Pete Shelley left the seminal punk band The Buzzcocks to make comparatively icy synthesizer rock (an interest revealed in the early Sky Yen). Homosapien and its offspring yielded some minor club hits, including "Homosapien" and "Telephone Operator." Though Buzzcocks fans will find the voice and songwriting structure familiar, Shelley's solo work is better appreciated by fans of Gary Numan, Peter Schilling and other cold-blooded clubbers.
|Date||ALBUMS / Singles|
|1981 November||I Don't Know What It Is|
|1981||Witness The Change|
|1983 February||Telephone Operator|
|1983||(Millions of People) No One Like You|
|1984 November||Never Again|
|1986 March||Waiting For Love|
|1986 May||On Your Own|
|1986 June||HEAVEN AND THE SEA|
|1986 August||Blue Eyes|
|1986 November||I Surrender|
|1989 April||Homosapien II|
|2001 November 7||TELEPHONE OPERATOR: THE BEST OF PETE SHELLEY|
Complete PETE SHELLEY discography (PDF last rev. 11/06)
THE BUZZCOCKS discography
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