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Peter Campbell McNeish (17 April 1955 – 6 December 2018), known professionally as Pete Shelley, was an English singer, songwriter and guitarist, best known as the leader of Buzzcocks, and for writing "Ever Fallen in Love (With Someone You Shouldn't've)" (1978) and solo singles as "Homosapien" (1981) and "Witness the Change" (1981).

Discography

Albums

  • Sky Yen (1980) Groovy Records
  • Hangahar (1980) Groovy Records
  • Homosapien (1981) Genetic-Island/Arista
  • XL1 (1983) Island/Arista (UK #42)
  • Heaven and the Sea (1986) Mercury
  • Cinema Music and Wallpaper Sounds (2016) (Caroline True Records)

Singles

  • "Homosapien" (1981) Genetic-Island/Arista (AUS #4) (CAN #6) (US Dance #14)
  • "I Don't Know What Love Is" (1981) Genetic-Island/Arista (US Dance #22)
  • "Witness the Change" (1981) (US Dance #63)
  • "Qu'est-Ce Que C'est Que Ça" (1982)
  • "Homosapien" (1982) Genetic-Island/Arista
  • "Telephone Operator" (1983) Island/Arista (US Dance #22) (UK #66)
  • "Millions Of People (No One Like You)" (1983) (UK #94)
  • "Never Again" (1984) Immaculate
  • "Waiting For Love" (1986) Mercury
  • "On Your Own" (1986) Mercury (US Dance #10)
  • "Blue Eyes" (1986) Mercury
  • "I Surrender" (1986) Mercury
  • "Your Love" (1988)
  • "Homosapien. Pete Shelley Vs. Power, Wonder and Love" (1989) Immaculate





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