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9 thoughts on “ Need A Minit - Pete Shelley - Heaven & The Sea (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. "Heaven And The Sea" was originally released as an 11 track album, cassette and CD in June Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode: 0 /5(2).
  2. Heaven and the Sea isn't quite as dance-oriented as Pete Shelley's first two albums, nor does it have the nervous pop energy that was a hallmark of those records and his work with the stevsurcecoghulolaxnazoremether.coinfod, it's a layered and textured release, given a polished, mature production which ironically only emphasizes the lack of notable songs.
  3. Limited digitally remastered and specially packaged edition of this release, the third solo album from the Buzzcocks main man. Heaven And the Sea was released on the Mercury label and produced by Stephen Hague, an American producer who in his time has produced such notables as Pet Shop Boys, New Order, Public Image Ltd, Peter Gabriel, and others/5(8).
  4. Pete Shelley - Homosapien Ultra Rare 12 Picture Disc Maxi Single Lp. Buzzcocks Pete - $ Buzzcocks Pete Shelley Rare U.k. Promo Poster Homosapien Debut Album Buzzcocks Pete - $ Buzzcocks Pete Shelley Ramones The Heartbreakers Sex Pistols New Wave Magazine.
  5. © Mercury. Waiting for Love On Your Own They're Coming for You I Surrender Life Without Reason Need a Minit Never Again My Dreams Blue Eyes You Can't Take That Away No Moon . #PeteShelley #Buzzcocks #England #
  6. Sep 13,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Pete Shelley – XL•1 () [full album w/ visuals] YouTube Yellow Magic Orchestra - Yellow Magic Orchestra (Full Album) - Duration: Roberto Martinez.
  7. Nov 19,  · The audio is from the original Genetic/Island vinyl LP, with the visuals generated from the program file included on the album, running on an Sinclair ZX Spectrum (48k, issue 3).
  8. Album. Heaven and the Sea Pete Shelley. Released Heaven and the Sea Tracklist. 1. Waiting For Love Lyrics. 2. On Your Own Lyrics. 3. They're.
  9. Jul 02,  · It seems Shelley is going for something more reflective on this album, and while songs such as "On Your Own" and "Life Without Reason" have their charms, overall, the album ends up sounding a little too glossy (thanks to Stephen Hague's production). As a result, Heaven & the Sea has not aged nearly as well as Shelley's earlier solo albums.

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