“Homosapien” by Pete Shelley - album review

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TJR says

The second solo LP from Pete Shelley finally saw release in January, 1982, having been re-scheduled two or three times in recent months due to legalities. The release of an American version (which swaps three tracks) was first revealed in the 5th June 1982 edition of Billboard magazine.

The Jukebox Rebel
10-Dec-2007

A1 [04:35] 8.1.png Pete Shelley - Homosapien (Peter McNeish) New Wave
A2 [04:08] 6.0.png Pete Shelley - Yesterday’s Not Here (Peter McNeish) Pop
A3 [03:12] 7.1.png Pete Shelley - I Generate A Feeling (Peter McNeish) New Wave
A4 [01:58] 6.2.png Pete Shelley - Keat’s Song (Peter McNeish) Soft Rock / A.O.R.
A5 [04:22] 6.0.png Pete Shelley - Qu’ Estce Que C’ Est Que Ça (Peter McNeish) Pop
B1 [03:30] 5.6.png Pete Shelley - I Don’t Know What It Is (Peter McNeish) New Wave
B2 [03:36] 5.7.png Pete Shelley - Guess I Must Have Been In Love With Myself (Peter McNeish) New Wave
B3 [02:49] 5.5.png Pete Shelley - Pusher Man (Peter McNeish) New Wave
B4 [02:58] 5.9.png Pete Shelley - Just One Of Those Affairs (Peter McNeish) Pop
B5 [05:38] 8.5.png Pete Shelley - It’s Hard Enough Knowing (Peter McNeish) New Wave




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