Big thanks to all who came along to raise a glass to Pete Shelley and revel in his glorious music. Special thanks also to David Nolan for his wonderful and poignant introduction and to Steve McNamee for bringing along extra (but essential) records to round out the night.
What lovely people at @GlossopRecord always so welcoming – thanks for inviting me to talk about #peteshelley … Here I am with the copy of #buzzcocks first album I bought in 1978. pic.twitter.com/jICRuGjjba
— David Nolan (@Nolanwriter) January 10, 2019
— Gavin Hogg (@WholeHogg) January 10, 2019
Buzzcocks – I Believe https://t.co/wCSgG4HHwp via @YouTube Thanks to Simon @GlossopRecord for a fantastic evening of blistering pop genius courtesy of Pete Shelley and Buzzcocks. Has anyone influenced popular music as much since the Beatles? 🤔
— squeezedmiddle (@squeezedmiddled) January 11, 2019
We’re back on Thursday 7th February (one week earlier than usual) for The Voices Of Scott Walker. Details soon.
All tracks by Buzzcocks unless otherwise stated.
Spiral Scratch (New Hormones, 1977)
SIDE ONE: Breakdown/Time’s Up
SIDE TWO: Boredom/Friends Of Mine
16 (from Another Music In A Different Kitchen, United Artists, 1978)
Singles Going Steady (United Artists, 1979)
SIDE ONE: Orgasm Addict / What Do I Get? / I Don’t Mind / Love You More / Ever Fallen In Love (With Someone You Shouldn’t’ve?) / Promises / Everybody’s Happy Nowadays / Harmony In My Head
SIDE TWO: Whatever Happend To? / Oh Shit / Autonomy / Noise Annoys / Just Lust / Lipstick / Why Can’t I Touch It? / Something’s Gone Wrong Again
Pete Shelley – Homosapien (from Homosapien, Genetic Records, 1981)
John Cooper Clarke – (I Married A) Monster From Outer Space (from Disguise In Love, CBS, 1978)
The Tiller Boys – What Me Worry? (from Big Noise From The Jungle EP, New Hormones, 1980)
Hollow Inside / I Believe / Radio Nine (from A Different Kind Of Tension, United Artists, 1979)
E.S.P. / Sixteen Again (from Love Bites, United Artists, 1978)
Fast Cars / Moving Away From The Pulsebeat (from Another Music In A Different Kitchen, United Artists, 1978)
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