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Pete Shelley

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Pete Shelley: Homosapien (Genetic)

Review by Gavin Martin, New Musical Express, 16 January 1982

SO LET'S consider the evolution of Pete Shelley from would be schoolboy glam pop poet, to starstruck love besotted voyager at the helm of the ...

Pete Shelley: Never Mind The Buzzcocks

Interview by Betsy Sherman, Boston Rock, 21 January 1982

PETE SHELLEY last appeared in these pages just over a year ago, during the Buzzcocks' final tour. They recorded three singles which were to lead ...

Pete Shelley: Let Your Fingers Do The Talking

Interview by Richard Cook, New Musical Express, 16 April 1983

PETE SHELLEY STRIKES UP A DIALOGUE OF HIS OWN ON THE LINE TO MARTIN RUSHENT'S COUNTRY STUDIOS. RICHARD COOK PLAYS TELEPHONE OPERATOR AND LISTENS IN. ...

Peter Shelley

Interview by Jim Green, Trouser Press, August 1983

Back when the much-saluted bywords of British punk were "rebellion," "relevance" and "gritty realism," Manchester's Buzzcocks brought something fresh, pithy and even humorous to their ...

Shelley-Devoto: The Odd Couple

Interview by Adam Sweeting, Uncut, April 2002

YOU HAVE BEEN parachuted into the middle of 1976. Text messaging, Hear'Say and Osama Bin Laden belong to an unknowable future, but The Sex Pistols ...

see also Buzzcocks

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