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December 7, 2018

 

 

In 78, The Buzzcocks had five single hits on United Artists –

the first reaching No.37, was ‘What Do I Get’ 

and then ‘I Don’t Mind’ and ‘Love You More’ followed,

and ‘Ever Fall In Love (With Someone You Shouldn’tve’) – a Top 20 bet.

 

Finishing 78, ‘Promises’, also made the Top 20,

and in 79, ‘Everybody’s Happy Nowadays’ peaked at No. 29,

and ‘Harmony In My Head’, at No.32, (still on United Artists),

with ‘Spiral Scratch EP’ on New Hormones, at No.31, ending 79.

 

In 80, on United Artists, was double ‘A’ side -‘Are Everything’/

‘Why She’s A Girl From The Chainstore’ at No.61,

and in 83, the solo chart entry for Pete Shelley, on Genetic label –

was ‘Telephone Operator’   – Be sure your music will live on.

 

R.I.P.  Pete Shelley  –  1955 – 2018 

 

 

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