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UNLUCKY – Musicians who experienced unexpected, unfortunate and untimely deaths.

HOUR ONE:

  1. VISAGE – MIND OF A TOY (STEVE STRANGE 28 May 1959 – 12 February 2015 – On 12 February 2015 Strange suffered a heart attack, at the age of 55, whilst in Egypt; he died later that day in hospital.)
  2. FRANK TOVEY (FAD GADGET) – COITUS INTERUPTUS (8 September 1956 – 3 April 2002 – Tovey suffered from heart problems since his childhood, and died of a heart attack on 3 April 2002 at the age of 45)
  3. SCHEMA – GETTING SMART (MARY HANSEN (1 November 1966 – 9 December 2002 – was an Australian-born guitarist and singer. She joined the London-based  band Stereolab in 1992. As a side-project, in late 1999 she formed the space rock group Schema with members of Seattle-based band Hovercraft, and they issued their debut album, Schema, on 19 September 2000.  On 9 December 2002, a truck hit and killed Hansen while she was riding her bicycle in London, aged 36.)
  4. MI-SEX – COMPUTER GAMES (DISCO VERSION)Steve Gilpin (28 April 1949 – 6 January 1992 was a New Zealand-born rock music vocalist and a founder of new wave band Mi-Sex. On 25 November 1991, while driving home from a gig, Gilpin was involved in a car accident.[6] He sustained serious head injuries that left him in a coma.[22] He never recovered consciousness and died on 6 January 1992, aged 42)
  5. FALCO – TANGO THE NIGHT (Johann Hölzel (19 February 1957 – 6 February 1998, better known by his stage name Falco, was an Austrian singer and songwriter.[1]Falco had several international hits, “Rock Me Amadeus“,[1] “Der Kommissar“,  and “Vienna Calling” – Falco died of severe injuries received on 6 February 1998, car collided with a bus in the Dominican Republic.
  6. INXS – ON A BUS (MICHAEL HUTCHENCE – (22 January 1960 – 22 November 1997) was an Australian musician, singer-songwriter and actor who co-founded the band INXS. On the morning of 22 November 1997, Hutchence, aged 37, was found dead in Room 524 at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Double Bay, Sydney. The report ruled that Hutchence’s death was suicide while depressed and under the influence of alcohol and other drugs.[52] “An analysis report of Hutchence’s blood [indicated] the presence of alcohol, cocaineProzac and prescription drugs.
  7. FREDDIE MERCURY – LOVE KILLS (5 September 1946 – 24 November 1991)[2] Freddie was a British singer, songwriter, record producer, and lead vocalist of the rock band Queen. On the evening of 24 November 1991 Mercury died at the age of 45 at his home in Kensington.[130] The cause of death was bronchial pneumonia resulting from AIDS.
  8. NAKED EYES – BURNING BRIDGES Rob Fisher (5 November 1956 – 25 August 1999) was a British keyboardist and songwriter from Cheltenham,[1] England, who achieved chart success as a member of the new wave band Naked Eyes and, later, Climie Fisher
  9. DEVO – UNCONTROLLABLE URGE (BOB CASALE – July 14, 1952 – February 17, 2014) was an American multi-instrumentalist, composer, record producer and audio engineer. He came to prominence in the late 1970s as the keyboardist and rhythm guitarist of the new wave band Devo. On February 17, 2014, Casale died at the age of 61, in Los Angeles, California, due to heart failure.
  10. THE B-52’S – NIP IT IN THE BUD (Ricky Helton Wilson – March 19, 1953 – October 12, 1985[1] was an American musician best known as the original guitarist and founding member and brother of fellow member, Cindy Wilson of the band the B-52’s. On October 12, 1985, at the age of 32, Wilson died from complications related to AIDS following the recording of the band’s fourth studio album Bouncing Off the Satellites. *** the b-52’s, OMD and Berlin will be performing live @ Foxwoods in CT next Friday! ***
  11. THE WAITRESSES – BRUISOLOGY – Patricia Jean Donahue (March 29, 1956 – December 9, 1996) was the lead singer of the 1980s new wave group the Waitresses. On December 9, 1996, Donahue, who had been a heavy smoker most of her adult life, died of lung cancer in New York at the age of 40.
  12. LET’S ACTIVE – MAKE UP WITH ME (FAYE HUNTER – BASS- & SARA ROMWEBER – DRUMS) HUNTER DIED OF AN APPARENT SUICIDE IN 2013, ROMWEBER DIED FROM COMPLICATIONS OF A BRAIN TUMOR IN 2019.
  13. THE ASSOCIATES – WAITING FOR THE LOVEBOAT (SINGER BILLY MACKENZIE  Mackenzie committed suicide in 1997.)

HOUR TWO:

  1. KIRSTY MACCOLL (THE SMITHS) YOU JUST HAVEN’T EARNED IT YET BABY (Kirsty Anna MacColl (10 October 1959 – 18 December 2000) was a British singer and songwriter. She recorded several pop hits in the 1980s and 1990s, including “There’s a Guy Works Down the Chip Shop Swears He’s Elvis” and cover versions of Billy Bragg‘s “A New England” and The Kinks‘ “Days”.  Kirsty was hit by a powerboat moving at high speed while vacationing with her family in Cozumel Mexico on  18 December 2000
  2. THE CRANBERRIES – THE SWEETEST THING (Dolores Mary Eileen O’Riordan6 September 1971 – 15 January 2018)[3] was an Irish musician, singer and songwriter. She was the lead vocalist for rock band The Cranberries from 1990 until they disbanded in 2003, later reuniting with her band in 2009, which she led until her death in 2018.[4] Her death caused the Cranberries to disband for the second and final time. On 15 January 2018, O’Riordan was found unresponsive at the London Hilton on Park Lane hotel in Mayfair. She was pronounced dead later that same morning.[43][63] The cause of death was not immediately made public, but an inquest held on 6 September[64] ruled that she died as a result of accidental drowning in a bathtub, following sedation by alcohol intoxication.
  3. BIG COUNTRY – 1000 STARS (William Stuart Adamson (11 April 1958 – 16 December 2001) was a Scottish guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter. He was the co-founder, lead vocalist, and guitarist of rock group Big Country. On 26 November 2001, Adamson was reported missing by his wife Melanie. At the time the couple had been estranged for several weeks, and Melanie filed for divorce on the day he had disappeared. According to a local police report he had committed suicide by hanging himself with an electrical cord from a pole in a wardrobe. On 16 December 2001 he was found dead in a hotel room in Hawaii.
  4. SNAKEFINGER – THERE’S NO JUSTICE IN LIFE (Philip Charles Lithman (17 June 1949 – 1 July 1987), who performed under the stage name Snakefinger, was an English musician, singer and songwriter. A multi-instrumentalist, he was best known for his guitar and violin work and his collaborations with The Residents. On 1 July 1987, Snakefinger and his band, The Vestal Virgins, arrived in Linz, Austria, on the European Night tour. The next morning, he was found dead in a guestroom of the Posthof Club where the band had been due to perform. He had suffered a heart attack. His single “There’s No Justice in Life” was released on the same day.
  5. GARY NUMAN & TUBEWAY ARMY – BOMBERS (Paul Mark Gardiner (1 May 1958 – 4 February 1984) was a British musician who played bass guitar with Gary Numan and Tubeway Army, as well as creating material under his own name. Paul Gardiner struggled with heroin addiction in his last years and died at the age of 25 from a fatal heroin overdose on 4 February 1984.
  6. THE REPLACEMENTS – DATE TO CHURCH (Robert Neil “Bob” Stinson (December 17, 1959 – February 18, 1995) was a founding member and lead guitarist of the band The Replacements. Stinson, a long-term alcoholic and drug addict, died on February 18, 1995. According to the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s Report, he did not die of a drug overdose (as is frequently reported) but rather frequent drug use caused his overall health to diminish, resulting in organ failure.
  7. RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS – GRAND PAPPY DU PLENTY (Hillel Slovak April 13, 1962 – June 25, 1988) was an IsraeliAmerican musician best known as the founding guitarist of the Los Angeles rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers. Slovak recorded two albums with the band, Freaky Styley (1985) and The Uplift Mofo Party Plan (1987). Slovak was found dead by police in his Hollywood apartment on June 27, 1988.[40][41] After his autopsy, authorities determined that he had died two days earlier on June 25 due to a heroin overdose.
  8. JOY DIVISION – DIGITAL (Ian Kevin Curtis 15 July 1956 – 18 May 1980 was an English singer-songwriter and musician. He was the lead singer and lyricist of the post-punk band Joy Division . Curtis ended his life by hanging himself ON MAY 18, 1980 in his kitchen. He was 23 years old.
  9. THE CRAMPS – HUMAN FLY (Erick Lee Purkhiser October 21, 1946 – February 4, 2009, better known by the stage name Lux Interior, was an American singer and a founding member of the American Blues band The Cramps from 1972[1] until his death in 2009 at age 62. Lux died of an Aortic dissection on February 4, 2009.
  10. THE LORDS OF THE NEW CHURCH – PORTOBELLOSteven John Bator October 22, 1949 – June 4, 1990), better known by his stage name Stiv Bators, was a vocalist and guitarist for  Dead Boys and The Lords of the New Church. In mid-1990, Bators died in Paris after being hit by a car.
  11. SKINNY PUPPY – NATURE’S REVENGE (Dwayne Rudolph Goettel February 1, 1964 – August 23, 1995 was a Canadian electronic musician, best known for his work in the industrial music group Skinny Puppy. In the months leading to his death, Goettel confided to Key that he had not curbed his use of heroin, despite telling others that he had cleaned up. On August 23, 1995, Goettel, age 31, was found dead from an apparent heroin overdose at his parents home in Edmonton.
  12. MICK KARN – MILK THE FILTHY (Andonis Michaelides 24 July 1958 – 4 January 2011, better known as Mick Karn, was a musician and songwriter and bassist for the art rock/new wave band Japan. In June 2010, Karn announced on his website that he had been diagnosed with advanced-stage cancer, though the specific type of cancer was not mentioned. Karn  died at his home in London on 4 January 2011.
  13. THE GITS – A (Mia Katherine Zapata August 25, 1965 – July 7, 1993 was an American musician who was the lead singer for the Seattle punk band The Gits. ZAPATA WAS MURDERED IN SEATTLE ON JULY 7, 1993.
  14. JOHNNY THUNDERS – IN COLD BLOOD John Anthony Genzale (July 15, 1952 – April 23, 1991), better known by his stage name Johnny Thunders, was an American guitaristsinger and songwriter for the band New York Dolls. He later played with The Heartbreakers and as a solo artist. He apparently died of drug-related causes in New Orleans, Louisiana, but it has been speculated that it was the result of foul play. The death didn’t seem to be drug related but some family members believe he may have died from advanced lukemia.
  15. JOE STRUMMER & THE MESCALEROS (THE CLASH) – LONDON IS BURNING (John Graham Mellor (21 August 1952 – 22 December 2002), known by his name from May of 1975, Joe Strummer, was a British musician, singer, composer, actor and songwriter who was the co-founder, lyricist, rhythm guitarist and co-lead vocalist of the Clash.  Strummer died suddenly on 22 December 2002 in his home at Broomfield in Somerset, the victim of an undiagnosed congenital heart defect.
  16. MINUTEMEN – THIS AIN’T NO PICNIC (Dennes Dale “D.” Boon April 1, 1958 – December 22, 1985 was an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist. Boon was best known as the guitarist and vocalist of the American punk rock trio Minutemen. In 1985 he was killed in a van crash at the age of 27.
  17. JOHN LENNON – OH MY LOVE (ELEMENTS MIX) (John Winston Ono Lennon[nb 1] MBE (born John Winston Lennon, 9 October 1940 – 8 December 1980) was an English singer, songwriter and peace activist[2] who gained worldwide fame as the founder, co-lead vocalist, and rhythm guitarist of the Beatles. On the evening of 8 December 1980 Lennon was fatally shot in the archway of the Dakota, his residence in New York City by Mark David Chapman.

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UNLUCKY – Musicians who experienced unexpected, unfortunate and untimely deaths.

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Tonight Subculture celebrates FIVE YEARS on air @ VFR! Tonight we feature five years of music, events and tributes. PLUS your chance to grab a VFR tee or Slicing Up Eye Balls classic badge set and bumpah stickah! //

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HOUR ONE: 2013-2015

  1. METRIC – WET BLANKET (2013)
  2. THE VELVET UNDERGROUND – CONEY ISLAND STEEPLECHASE (LOU REED DIES OF LIVER CANCER 2013)
  3. A LOOK BACK @ THE YEAR 2013
  4. LET’S ACTIVE – CO-STAR (BASSIST, FAYE HUNTER COMMITS SUICIDE 2013)
  5. DIVINYLS – SCIENCE FICTION (SINGER, CHRISSY AMPHLETT DIES OF BREAST CANCER : 2013)
  6. VERONICA FALLS – BROKEN TOY
  7. A LOOK BACK @ 2014
  8. MAYA ANGELOU – HUMAN FAMILY (DIED 2014)
  9. DEVO – UNCONTROLLABLE URGE (BOB CASALE, FOUNDING MEMBER OF DEVO, DIED OF HEART FAILURE 2014 // ALAN MYERS, DEVO DRUMMER DIED IN 2013)
  10. FRANKIE KNUCKLES – BABY WANTS TO RIDE (THE GODFATHER OF HOUSE MUSIC DIED FROM COMPLICATIONS OF DIABETES IN 2014)
  11. A LOOK BACK @ 2015
  12. THE DAMNED – THANKS FOR THE NIGHT (BRYN MERRICK, BASSIST FROM 1983-1989 DIED 2015)
  13. VISAGE – MIND OF A TOY (STEVE STRANGE, LEAD OF VISAGE DIED OF A HEART ATTACK WHILST VISITING EGYPT 2015)
  14. FFS – CALL GIRL (2015)
  15. BAL PARE – PALAIS D’AMOUR (1985)

 

HOUR TWO: 2016-2018

  1. SPECIAL 2016 MUSIC TRIBUTE MIX
  2. ALAN VEGA – KUNG FOO COWBOY
  3. RANDY RAINBOW – BRAGGADOCIOUS
  4. SIOUXSIE & THE BANSHEES – CANDYMAN (1986) (CHECK OUT THE 33 1/3 FORTHCOMING SIOUXSIE BOOK NOW ON PRE-ORDER!)
  5. BRAZILIAN GIRLS – NEVER MET A GERMAN (2006)
  6. LUSH – BURNHAM BEECHES (2016)
  7. A LOOK BACK @ 2016
  8. DAVID BOWIE – ALL SAINTS (FROM COLLECTED INSTRUMENTALS 1977-1999)
  9. A LOOK BACK @ 2017
  10. ALISON MOYET – I GERMINATE (2017)
  11. MARTINI RANCH – FAT-BURNING FORMULA (ACTOR BILL PAXTON AND BAND MEMBER, DIED OF A STROKE/COMPLICATIONS FROM SURGERY 2017)
  12. ELVIS COSTELLO (YOKO ONO) – WALKING ON THIN ICE (1987)
  13. LET’S TALK ABOUT 2018 (USA VOTING DATES AND DEADLINES VOTE!VOTE!VOTE!)
  14. THE FALL – HIT THE NORTH, PT.1 (LEAD MARK E. SMITH DIED OF LUNG AND KIDNEY CANCER JANUARY 2018)
  15. DELORES O’RIORDAN – BLACK WIDOW (LEAD SINGER OF THE CRANBERRIES, DIED JANUARY 2018 OF SUSPECTED SUICIDE)
  16. MEAT BEAT MANIFESTO – SYNTHESIZER TESTE (2018) (LIVE IN NYC 9/13 & 14!)

 

Original songs + a cover song by the band’s admirers. (Aired July 6 & 8, 2018 on WXOJ 103.3fm)

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Kleenex / Liliput

HOUR ONE:

  1. TELEX – L’AMOUR TOUJOURS
  2. TELEX (CANNED HEAT) – ON THE ROAD AGAIN
  3. OMD – HER BODY IN MY SOUL
  4. THE FAINT – ENOLA GAY
  5. SIMPLE MINDS – THIRTY FRAMES A SECOND
  6. UTAH SAINTS (SIMPLE MINDS) – NEW GOLD DREAM (81-82-83-84)
  7. KLEENEX/LILIPUT – DIE MOTROSEN
  8. BOOK OF LOVE (KLEENEX/LILIPUT) – DIE MATROSEN
  9. THE B-52’S – SONG FOR A FUTURE GENERATION
  10. CHICKS ON SPEED (THE B-52’S) – STROBELIGHT
  11. PLASTICS – DELICIOUS
  12. STEREO TOTAL (PLASTICS) – I LOVE YOU, ONO
  13. THE MONKS – BLAST OFF!
  14. THE FALL (THE MONKS) – SHUT UP!
  15. KRAFTWERK – ANTENNA
  16. THE CARDIGANS (KRAFTWERK) – DAS MODEL

 

HOUR TWO:

  1. TEARS FOR FEARS – THE PRISONER
  2. CURT SMITH – PALE SHELTER (AEROPLANE VERSION)
  3. VISAGE – MALPASO MAN
  4. ELIAS MATT & (the) RESCUE MISSION (VISAGE) – DER AMBOSS
  5. YAZ – UNMARKED
  6. MARIANNE NOWORTHY (YAZ) – I BEFORE E EXCEPT AFTER C
  7. EURYTHMICS – NEVER GONNA CRY AGAIN
  8. THE NYLONS (EURYTHMICS) – TAKE ME TO YOUR HEART
  9. ULTRAVOX – BREAK YOUR BACK
  10. THE CHURCH (ULTRAVOX) – HIRSHIMA MON AMOUR
  11. PET SHOP BOYS – ONE MORE CHANCE
  12. METRIC (PET SHOP BOYS) – IT’S A SIN
  13. THE HUMAN LEAGUE (YELLOW MAGIC ORCHESTRA) – KIMI NI MUNE KYUN
  14. YMO – KEY

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#26-51B*

*51B Two albums tied for #51 spot (The Stranglers’ Aural Sculpture & Housemartins London 0 Hull 4)

HOUR ONE:

  • 51B. THE HOUSEMARTINS – SITTING ON A FENCE – 1986 – LONDON 0 HULL 4
  • 50. UB40 – DON’T WALK ON THE GRASS – 1981 – PRESENT ARMS
  • 49. THE ENGLISH BEAT – SOLE SALVATION – 1982 – SPECIAL BEAT SERVICE
  • 48. THE CLASH – OVERPOWERED BY FUNK – 1982 – COMBAT ROCK
  • 47. CHINA CRISIS – TRAGEDY AND MYSETERY – 1983 – WORKING WITH FIRE AND STEEL
  • 46. LAURIE ANDERSON – LET X=X – 1982 – BIG SCIENCE
  • 45. THE HUMAN LEAGUE – OPEN YOUR HEART – 1981 – DARE
  • 44. R.E.M. – MORAL KIOSK – 1983 – MURMUR
  • 43. EURYTHMICS – CAVEMAN HEAD – 1981 – IN THE GARDEN
  • 42. THE B-52’S – GIVE ME BACK MY MAN – 1980 – WILD PLANET
  • 41. VISAGE – MIND OF A TOY – 1980 – VISAGE
  • 40. SQUEEZE – SOMEONE ELSE’S HEART – 1981 – EAST SIDE STORY
  • 39. BLONDIE – WALK LIKE ME – 1980 – AUTOAMERICAN

HOUR TWO:

  • 38. DEVO – SNOWBALL – 1980 – FREEDOM OF CHOICE
  • 37. BLANCMANGE – RUNNING THIN – 1982 – HAPPY FAMILIES TOO
  • 36. SIMPLE MINDS – WATERFRONT – 1984 – SPARKLE IN THE RAIN
  • 35. LET’S ACTIVE – EASY DOES – 1984 – CYPRESS
  • 34. U2 – SURRENDER – 1983 – WAR
  • 33. TALKING HEADS – CROSSEYED AND PAINLESS – 1980 – REMAIN IN LIGHT
  • 32. PETER GABRIEL – (INDABA REMIX) (ORIGINALLY ON 1980 PETER GABRIEL 3: MELT ALBUM)
  • 31. ULTRAVOX – NEW EUROPEANS – 1981 – RAGE IN EDEN
  • 30. THE JAM – THAT’S ENTERTAINMENT – 1980 – SOUND AFFECTS
  • 29. PET SHOP BOYS – OPPORTUNITIES – 1986 – PLEASE
  • 28. THE STYLE COUNCIL – MY EVERCHANGING MOODS (12″ VERSION) (ORIGINALLY ON 1984 CAFE BLEU)
  • 27. THE SMITHS – WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE – 1983 – THE SMITHS
  • 26. R.E.M. – HARBORCOAT – 1984 – RECKONING

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HOUR ONE:

  1. DEPECHE MODE – ENJOY THE SILENCE (RICHARD X MIX)
  2. JOY DIVISION – CONTROL (D.RAMIREZ MIX)
  3. YAZ – SITUATION (MIX)
  4. TONI BASIL – MICKEY (KILLA KLUB MIX)
  5. DURAN DURAN v. BRUNO MARS – NOTORIOUS FUNK
  6. BRYAN FERRY – DON’T STOP THE DANCE (PSYCHEMAGIK REMIX)
  7. BLANCMANGE – LIVING ON THE CEILING (VINCE CLARK REMIX)
  8. PET SHOP BOYS (U2) – WHERE THE STREETS HAVE NO NAME (12″ MIX)
  9. M – POP MUSIK (PARALYZER MIX)
  10. FALCO – WEINER BLUT (CLUB REMIX)
  11. SOFT CELL – DOWN IN THE SUBWAY (12″ MIX)

 

HOUR TWO:

  1. TONES ON TAIL – GO! (CLUB MIX)
  2. THOMAS DOLBY – HYPERACTIVE! (HEAVY BREATHER SUBVERSION)

and now… a moment of disco 🙂 …

  1. BLONDIE – RAPTURE (SPECIAL DISCO MIX)
  2. DONNA SUMMER – LOVE TO LOVE YOU BABY (GIORGIO MORODER & CHRIS COX MIX)
  3. FINE YOUNG CANNIBALS – SHE DRIVES ME CRAZY (MONIE LOVE REMIX)
  4. ALPHAVILLE – FOREVER YOUNG (DANCE MIX)
  5. VISAGE – FADE TO GREY (BASSHEADS REMIX)
  6. DEPECHE MODE – SHAKE THE DISEASE (TIGA REMIX)
  7. NEW ORDER – THIEVES LIKE US (12″ MIX)
  8. CULTURE CLUB – DO YOU REALLY WANT TO HURT ME? (QUIVVER MIX)
  9. KRAFTWERK – MUSIQUE NON-STOP

 

As a kid I grew up on Bugs Bunny cartoons that greatly utilized classical music. I thank Mel Blanc & co. for the introduction to the greatest music ever made. Screen Shot 2016-04-01 at 2.39.44 PM

Tonight Subculture brings you modern music that incorporates classical music. It fits into / compliments most every genre and its continued influence can be heard from top selling albums to underground masterpieces.

Hear an extended version of tonight’s program here:

(A special thanks to WXOJ trainees Lucy and Lary for jumping right in and learning the ropes tonight. They did a fantastic job! Their classical music program can be heard soon on WXOJ, Wednesday mornings. Check Valley Free Radio for updates!)

 

HOUR ONE:

  1. 2 CELLOS (THE PRODIGY) – VOODOO PEOPLE
  2. VISAGE – THE DAMNED DON’T CRY (ORCHESTRAL VERSION)
  3. PINK MARTINI – LET’S NEVER STOP FALLING IN LOVE
  4. BRANDT BAUER FRICK – PAPRAZZI
  5. DERADOORIAN – KOMODO
  6. WILLIAM ORBIT – OGIVE
  7. KATE BUSH – SUSPENDED IN GAFFA
  8. BJORK – JOGA
  9. JEM – THEY
  10. MY BLOODY VALENTINE – NO MORE SORRY
  11. SIOUXSIE & THE BANSHEES – HONG KONG GARDEN (STRING VERSION)

 

HOUR TWO:

  1. STARSAILOR – BRING MY LOVE
  2. ALPHAVILLE – FALLEN ANGEL (ORCHESTRAL DEMO VERSION
  3. DR. OCTAGON – BLUE FLOWERS
  4. AIR – SOMEWHERE BETWEEN WALKING AND SLEEPING
  5. YES – THEN
  6. MARC ALMOND – A LOVER SPURNED
  7. RUFUS WAINWRIGHT – BEAUTIFUL CHILD
  8. HERITAGE ORCHESTRA & DJ YODA – CONCERTO FOR TURNTABLES AND ORCHESTRA (GABRIEL PROKOFLEV CRATE DIGGIN’ REMIX)
  9. PET SHOP BOYS – LEFT TO MY OWN DEVICES
  10. DAVID SHIRE – NIGHT ON DISCO MOUNTAIN
  11. THE LEFT BANKE – WALK AWAY RENEE
  12. THE GENTLE WAVES – FALLING FROM GRACE
  13. ROXY MUSIC – TARA
  14. SHELLYAN ORPHAN – TIMEBLIND

 

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TONIGHT: Electronic and indie music featuring themes about cities, states and countries.

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HOUR ONE:

1. M- POP MUSIK (TODD TERJE REMIX)  (NEW YORK, PARIS, LONDON, MUNICH)

2. OF MONTREAL – OSLO IN THE SUMMERTIME (NORWAY)

3. KENT – COLUMBUS (STOCKHOLM)

4. THIEVERY CORPORATION – EXPO IN TOKYO (JAPAN)

5. OMD – 88 SECONDS IN GREENSBORO (About the five protesters killed by the KKK in Greensboro, NC, USA in 1979)

6. ALPHAVILLE – SUMMER IN BERLIN (GERMANY)

7. MAGNETIC FIELDS – ALL THE UMBRELLAS IN LONDON (ENGLAND)

8. KOMPUTER – LOOKING DOWN ON LONDON (ENGLAND)

9. METRONOMY – RESERVOIR (ENGLAND)

10. LOVE & HAPPINESS – A:STOCKHOLM B: GOTEBORG (SWEDEN)

11. KIRSTY MACCOLL – HE’S ON THE BEACH (12: MIX) (AUSTRALIA)

12. SIOUXSIE & THE BANSHEES – HONG KONG GARDEN (JAPAN)

HOUR TWO:

1. FULL FORCE – TOKYO SKYLINE (FIST MIX) (JAPAN)

2. FATBOY SLIM – YOU’RE NOT FROM BRIGHTON (ENGLAND)

3. PETER BJORN & JOHN – AMSTERDAM (NETHERLANDS)

4. THE BUGGLES – ELSTREE (HERTFORDSHIRE, ENGLAND)

5. GROOVE ARMADA – CHICAGO (USA)

6. THE BLUE NILE – TINSELTOWN IN THE RAIN (HOLLYWOOD, CA, USA)

7. DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE (CONEY ISLAND, NY, USA)

8. ARCADE FIRE – SPRAWL II (MOUNTAINS BEYOND MOUNTAINS) MIX (TEXAS, USA)

9. JAPAN – LIFE IN TOKYO (JAPAN)

10. VISAGE – MOON OVER MOSCOW (RUSSIA)

11. POSTAL SERVICE – THE DISTRICT SLEEPS ALONE TONIGHT (WASHINGTON, D.C., USA)

SUBCULTURE: Fridays, 8-10p EST USA on WXOJ 103.3fm in Northampton, MA or live online at valleyfreeradio.org. Repeats of tonight’s program can be heard the following Sunday morning from 1a-3a.