9 thoughts on “ Guess I Must Have Been In Love With Myself - Pete Shelley - Homosapien (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. limited edition • 3LP vinyl box • Signed by Pete Shelley. The Buzzcocks’ Pete Shelley‘s early ’80s work with producer Martin Rushent is celebrated in a new and highly limited vinyl box set The Genetic Years. The set features the two albums Homosapien () and XL1 () which saw Shelley embrace new a new sound thanks to new technology – such as drum machines, synthesizers.
  2. Titles like 'I Don't Know What Love Is' and 'Guess I Must Have Been In Love With Myself' are typical Shelley and it's easy to imagine The Buzzcocks performing most of these songs for their superb A Different Kind Of Tension (Special Edition) album. 'Pusher Man' is perhaps the odd track out, Shelley's attempt at aggression being somewhat comical/5(21).
  3. Jun 12,  · Pete Shelley- Homosapien () MP3 & FLAC Pete Shelley's unanticipated exit from the legendary punk-pop band The Buzzcocks and his incipient career as an artsy New Wave solo artist is not as shocking as it must have appeared to his fans in the early eighties. Guess I Must Have Been in Love with Myself () 8. Pusherman () 9. Just.
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  5. Homosapien, an Album by Pete Shelley. Released in December on Island (catalog no. ILPS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Synthpop, New Wave. Featured peformers: Martin Rushent (producer, engineer), Pete Shelley (producer, engineer, writer), Paul Henry (art direction), Bruno Christian Tilley (graphic design), Trevor Rogers (photography).
  6. Homosapien was a super-sad event upon its release in Buzzcocks fans were aware that the songs were originally intended for the band's fourth LP (even though some, such as the underground hit title track, had been composed before the band began) -- a new work that was set to continue the intriguing, strange, yet powerful and incredible direction the group had taken on side two of late.
  7. The song was later released as a single by Pete Shelley when he started a solo career, and as the title track on his debut album.
  8. Homosapien is the the second solo album by British musician Pete Shelley, following his work with the group Buzzcocks and the experimental instrumental album Sky Yen recorded in and eventually released in Guess I Must Have Been In Love With Myself: The first 10, copies of the vinyl LP came with a bonus LP MAD /5(8).
  9. Homosapien (Dub) Lyrics: I'm the shy boy, you're the coy boy / And you know we're Homosapien too / I'm the cruiser, you're the loser / Me and you sir, Homosapien too / Homosuperior in my interior.

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