42 Facts About Pete Shelley

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 [1].

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3. In 1981, Pete Shelley released his first solo single, the song "Homosapien", which had originally been written for the next Buzzcocks LP.

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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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5. Pete Shelley began acting at the tender age of three and made her TV debut at the age of 10 when she appeared in an episode of Letter to Loretta.

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6. Pete Shelley recorded solo material that was released in 1980 his Groovy Records label.

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7. Pete Shelley was born in Leigh, a suburb to the west of Manchester in the north west of England, in 1955.

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8. Pete Shelley formed Buzzcocks with Howard Devoto [2] after the two met at Bolton Institute of Technology in 1975 and.

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9. Pete Shelley is an English singer, songwriter and guitarist, best known as the leader of Buzzcocks.

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10. Pete Shelley is an English singer, songwriter and guitarist, best known as the leader of the Buzzcocks.

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11. Pete Shelley wrote his longest poem, and the last of his youth, "The Revolt of Islam", in 1818.

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12. Pete Shelley was cremated and his ashes interred at the grave of John Keats in Rome's Protestant Cemetery.

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13. Pete Shelley deleted the offending passage and the work was published as The Revolt of Islam.

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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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15. At this point in time, Pete Shelley was not in England to be chafed by any less-than-positive reviews.

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16. Pete Shelley supposedly offered Harriet the option of staying with him and Mary as a sort of sister and companion, but Harriet refused such an offer.

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17. Pete Shelley was the author of plays, poetry, essays, and voluminous amounts of letters.

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18. Pete Shelley used a visionary approach in his next lengthy work, Laon and Cythna; or, The Revolution of the Golden City, written in friendly competition with Keats.

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19. Pete Shelley based the tragedy of The Cenci on the history of a sixteenth-century Italian noble family.

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20. Pete Shelley wrote poetry and Mary conceived the idea for her novel 'Frankenstein'.

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21. Pete Shelley came out as bisexual during the Buzzcocks' early days.

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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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24. Pete Shelley was created on Apr 17, 1955 as Peter McNeish.

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25. Pete Shelley has sadly passed away at the age of 63.

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26. Pete Shelley achieved Australian chart success as a solo artist in 1981 when his new wave, synth-pop solo single Homosapien reached number four on the Australian charts.

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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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28. Pete Shelley formed the group in 1976 and they achieved commercial success with hits including Ever Fallen In Love.

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29. The BBC is reporting Pete Shelley died of a suspected heart attack.

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30. Pete Shelley was the front man for the band who are best known for their hit, Ever Fallen In Love.

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31. Pete Shelley released five solo albums after the Buzzcocks broke up in 1980s.

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32. Pete Shelley credited the genre for putting people "in the driver's seat", adding: "Don't worry about the fact that nobody's making good music.

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33. Pete Shelley embraced a solo career and released six studio albums, including the groundbreaking Homosapien in 1981.

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34. Pete Shelley went on to a solo career, releasing Sky Yen—a krautrock-indebted slab of electronic pop—prior to Buzzcock's dissolution; somewhat curiously, the album was comprised of songs he had written as early as 1974, prior to Buzzcocks' formation.

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35. Pete Shelley pursued a solo career, introducing more experimental electronic music into his repertoire, and had a club hit with Homosapien.

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36. Pete Shelley was a songwriter, lead singer, and guitarist for the band.

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37. Pete Shelley wrote the band's most famous song Ever Fallen in Love, which was released in 1978—about two years after Buzzcocks' formation.

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38. Pete Shelley continued to tour with a reunited Buzzcocks, which had dates scheduled through June 2019.

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39. Pete Shelley moved to Tallinn, Estonia in 2012 with his wife Greta, an Estonian-born Canadian, preferring the less hectic pace there to London.

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40. Pete Shelley performed the song live at the 2005 UK Music Hall of Fame.

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41. Pete Shelley recorded a new version of "Homosapien" entitled "Homosapien II", in 1989.

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42. In 1981 Pete Shelley released his first solo single, the song "Homosapien", again produced by Rushent.

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