Another Music in a Different Kitchen was Buzzcocks' first album, released in 1978 and including the hit single "I Don't Mind", which reached #55 in the UK Singles Chart in May 1978. The corresponding CD was released in March 1994 on the same record label. This was the second line-up of Buzzcocks, with Pete Shelley singing, following the departure of original leader Howard Devoto.
"It's all very surreal and Dada," says Pete Shelley, "All those elements that we were exploring back then. The first Buzzcocks album title was a kind of cut-up of the title of one of Linder [Sterling]'s other pieces of art. We called it 'Another Music In A Different Kitchen' which partially came from a Linder piece called Housewives Choosing Their Own Juices In A Different Kitchen."