XL1 is the second solo album by Buzzcocks frontman Pete Shelley. It reached number 42 in the UK Albums Chart, remaining in that listing for four weeks. The single "Telephone Operator" charted at #66 in the UK Singles Chart, making it his biggest single release there. The original release was packaged with a computer . Find a Pete Shelley - XL·1 first pressing or reissue. Complete your Pete Shelley collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for XL-1 - Pete Shelley on AllMusic - - With XL1, Pete Shelley integrates layers of.
Second solo album from Buzzcocks singer/songwriter. Combining electronics and Shelley's signature guitar sound, this sophomore release was produced by Martin Rushent (Human League/Stranglers/Buzzcocks). While not as successful as his debut album, "Homosapien", this album did include radio favorites such as . 23 Jul Mid 80's pop music and interactive programming crossover year: – format : ZX Spectrum – product: XL1 album >> What does any of that mean? Watching some documentaries on UK TV recently about the punk explosion of the 's has led me to rediscover my passion for the Buzzcocks, and in. You talked about the weather. What could I say. We're never seen together. We hide away. Didn't know what dreams were for. Didn't know what friends were for. Didn't know what love was for. You still don't know now. XL1 You had a secret passion. I had one too. You tend to follow fashion. Do what I do. Didn't know what .
XL1, an Album by Pete Shelley. Released in on Genetic (catalog no. XL1; Vinyl LP). Genres: Synthpop, New Wave. Rated # in the best albums of