1. In many baby name books, Pete Shelley is listed as meaning "From the meadow on the ledge" or "clearing on a bank" sometimes truthful and pretty.
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2. Pete Shelley performed the song live, with several of the aforesaid, at the 2005 UK Music Hall of Fame .
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4. Pete Shelley is a British singer, songwriter and guitarist, best known as the leader of Buzzcocks, one of the first generation UK punk rock groups.
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14. Pete Shelley was productive during this stay, writing two of his most popular works, "Hymn to Intellectual Beauty", and the long poem Mont Blanc, his response to the Alps.
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20. Pete Shelley wrote poetry and Mary conceived the idea for her novel 'Frankenstein'.
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22. Pete Shelley told Stuff in April 2013 that his wife was Estonian but grew up in Canada.
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23. Pete Shelley relocated from London to Estonia as his wife, Greta, is from the northern European country.
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27. Pete Shelley went onto release music as a solo artist in the 1980s and played with various musicians during his career, including The Invisible Girls.
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29. The BBC is reporting Pete Shelley died of a suspected heart attack.
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40. Pete Shelley performed the song live at the 2005 UK Music Hall of Fame.
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