Friday, July 15, 2011

Show #6 'Rebellious Jukebox'

Marine Girls

The second installment of the Rebellious Jukebox edition.

I've sort of changed the whole concept of what these shows are.
What I've decided is they'll be kind of 'freeform' just a playlist of similar-sounding songs (in chronological order) that I really dig and have a certain vibe. Then I just see where the songs take me.

While compiling this I noticed there's quite a few songs from 1981, not sure how that happened, I suppose a lot of great music came out that year.

You hear The Common Men once again as you did in the last 'Rebellious Jukebox' show.
As well The Solar System which was heard on Show #7 of last Spring.
And Mirror Mirror whom we've played many a time.
Be certain to check out all of these bands!

By the way, Abecedarians is pronounced: A-B-C darians.
Yeah, so we did get that one wrong. :^P

**download / stream** REBELLIOUS JUKEBOX Air date 15th of July '11

Opening music: The Fall 'Rebellious Jukebox'
Wire 'I Feel Mysterious Today'
The Cure 'Fire In Cairo (Chestnut Studio Demo 5/78)'
Joy Division 'From Safety To Where'
Echo And The Bunnymen 'Simple Stuff'
Marine Girls 'Fridays'
Modern Eon 'Euthenics'
The Comsat Angels 'Eye Of The Lens (Peel Session 1/81)'
Eyeless In Gaza 'Others' 
Josef K 'Fun 'N' Frenzy'
Modern English 'Sixteen Days'
Siouxsie And The Banshees 'Into The Light'
The Lines 'Blow A Kiss'
The Sound 'Judgment'
Felt 'I Worship The Sun'
Television Personalities 'Three Wishes'
And Also The Trees 'Out Of The Moving Circle'
Pulp 'Wishful Thinking'
The Smiths 'Miserable Lie (Troy Tate Rare Mix)'
The Chameleons 'Don't Fall (Peel Session 1984)'
Abecedarians 'Beneath The City Of The Hedonistic Bohemians'
Furniture 'Brilliant Mind'
Homeland 'Bethel Towers'
The Sugarcubes 'Water'
I Love You But I've Chosen Darkness 'I Want To Die In The Hot Summer'
Editors 'I Buried The Devil'
The Common Men 'Perfect Gentleman'
The Solar System 'After School Special'
Mirror Mirror 'Straight Through' / 'The Story'
Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds 'Moonland'

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