Episode 491: Buzzcocks’ Pete Shelley, Rest in Power




December 10, 2018


  • Buzzcocks “Ever Fallen in Love” Love Bites (United Artists) 1978
  • Buzzcocks “Why Can’t I Touch It?” A Different Kind of Tension (United Artists) 1979
  • Buzzcocks “You Say You Don’t Love Me” A Different Kind of Tension (United Artists) 1979
  • Pete Shelley “Homosapien” Homosapien (Genetic Records/Island, Arista) 1981, 1982

Where credit is due: Photo of the Buzzcocks via their official website.


On December 6th, Pete Shelley of the Buzzcocks passed away at the age of 63.

Today, Jim and Patrick remember the co-founder of the popular English punk band. The group are known for their energetic singles that helped propel their name to the top of the music charts.

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