Pete Shelley - XL·1 mp3 album
XL1 is the second solo album by Buzzcocks frontman Pete Shelley. It reached number 42 in the UK Albums Chart, remaining in that listing for four weeks. The single "Telephone Operator" charted at in the UK Singles Chart, making it his biggest single release there. The original release was packaged with a computer program for the ZX Spectrum which featured lyrics and graphics which displayed in time with the music.
Festival Records, Island Records.
Album · 1982 · 12 Songs. Listen on Apple Music.
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Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). The songs such as XL-1 and telephone Operator bring him back in excllent form, like in the old Buzzcocks days.
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Pete Shelley was born Peter McNeish on 17th April 1955. His first band was The Jets of Air, featuring Steve Christie on drums and future Buzzcocks member Garth Smith on bass. He met Howard Devoto at Manchester’s Bolton Institute of Technology, forming the Buzzcocks with him in 1976. The initial line up included Steve Diggle on bass and John Maher on drums. There were various line ups, but Pete Shelley remained vocalist and main songwriter. The followup album XL1 contained a downloadable program for the Sinclair ZX Spectrum computer at the end of side two which produced graphics as well as the lyrics to the songs. Pete Shelley’s solo efforts were never quite as popular as his work with the Buzzcocks and they first reformed in 1989, touring to nostalgic crowds. Shelley moved to Tallinn, Estonia, in 2012 with his second wife Greta, an Estonian-born Canadian.
Pete Shelley’s solo career came completely out the blue and faded just as fast. It’s now seen as little more than a subplot in the Buzzcocks story, but Shelley’s two solo albums were revealing, entertaining and in some ways pioneering, embracing gay pride, computer technology and electropop with real enthusiasm. There’s also a signed photo, and new sleevenotes by David Quantick. It was followed by 1983’s chunkier XL1, which added guitar and further layers of ’80s synth-pop production.
|A2||Many A Time|
|A3||I Just Wanna Touch|
|A4||You Know Better Than I Know|
|A6||Homosapien (Dub Mix)|
|B1||(Millions Of People) No One Like You|
|B2||If You Ask Me (I Won't Say No)|
|B3||You & I|
|B4||What Was Heaven?|
|B6||Witness The Change(Dub Mix)|
- Manufactured By – PolyGram Inc.
- Distributed By – PolyGram Distribution Inc.
- Produced At – Genetic Sound
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Arista Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Arista Records, Inc.
- Performer – Barry Adamson, Jim Russell
- Producer, Performer – Martin Rushent
- Producer, Performer, Composed By – Pete Shelley
|XL 1||Pete Shelley||XL·1 (LP, Album)||Genetic Records , Island Records||XL 1||UK||1983|
|C 38057||Pete Shelley||XL·1 (Cass, Album)||Festival Records, Island Records||C 38057||Australia||1983|
|GRACD 202||Pete Shelley||XL·1 (CD, Album, RE)||The Grapevine Label||GRACD 202||UK||1999|
|XLC 1||Pete Shelley||XL1 + Dub Mix Album (Cass, Dol)||Genetic Records , Island Records||XLC 1||Scandinavia||1983|
|AL 6-8017, AL6-8017||Pete Shelley||XL•1 (LP, Album)||Arista, Genetic Records , Arista, Genetic Records||AL 6-8017, AL6-8017||US||1983|