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Our week of 9.4 show is up

Our week of 9.4 show is up

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    Our week of 9/4 show podcast/syndication edit is up an davailable at hte botto of this post.

    This week on Revenge of the 80s, we play new music from The Waterboys and Doctor & the Medics plus classics from Split Enz. XTC, Kate bush, Icehouse and more.

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    Kate Bush honored with CBE award

    Kate Bush honored with CBE award

      Kate Bush today was honored in a special ceremony as a Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire. A medal was bestowed upon the singer today by Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle.

      Bush received the CBE for her services to music throughout her career, which began in 1978 with her first album, The Kick Inside, after begin discovered by respected rocker David Gilmour. In a statement she released on her official website, the singer dedicated the medal to her family and music collaborators:

      I feel incredibly thrilled to receive this honor which I share with my family, friends and fellow musicians and everyone who has been such an important part of it all. Now I’ve got something really special to put on top of the Christmas tree. The ‘everyone’ in the quote above of course includes all of you.  Thank you so very much for all your fantastic support and encouragement.  I feel extremely privileged to still have an audience.  It’s you that have made my work, which would otherwise have just been creative projects, into a success.

      Bush’s career is highlighted by several awards for her videos and music. Her most memorable songs include “Running Up That Hill,” “Wuthering Heights,” “Babooska,” “This Woman’s Work” and “The Man With the Child in His Eyes,’ which she wrote at age sixteen.

      Her most recent album, the award-winning 50 Words For Snow, was recorded and released in 2011.

      Review: Kate Bush - 50 Words for Snow

      Review: Kate Bush – 50 Words for Snow

        Over six years since her last new studio album, Kate Bush is back with 50 Words For Snow, a beautifully-composed set of tracks from one of history’s most unique musical minds combining wintertime imagery, romance, drama, wonder and a touch of whimsy.

        Each of the seven tracks in 50 Words For Snow is chilling in its musical imagery, but with the comforting sounds of Bush’s teasingly enchanting voice. For the album, she recruited top-notch jazz-rock greats Danny Thompson (bass) and Steve Gadd (drums) to form a studio supergroup while some other famous friends made guest appearances.

        The lead track, “Snowflake,” sets the tone of the album as Bush’s sensual vocals bring to life a calming snowfall mesmerizing an otherwise noisy town to a blissful serenity. We are also treated to Bush’s talented son, Albert, singing the high part. Each of the tracks continues the wintry theme as one naturally segues into the next. Bush’s haunting intro to “Lake Tahoe” brilliantly foreshadows her gently…

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        Our 10/21 show podcast edit is up

        Our 10/21 show podcast edit is up

          The podcast edit for our 10/21 Revenge of the 80s Radio show is up and available at the bottom of this post. This week, we play the new single from Kate Bush, “Wild Man,” and classics from XTC, Red Rockers, Amazulu, Gazebo, Wall of Voodoo, The Clash and more.

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          Kate Bush releases first single from her upcoming new album

          Kate Bush releases first single from her upcoming new album

            The first single from Kate Bush‘s soon-to-be-released 50 Words for Snow album is now available to the public. “Wild Man” is available via digital download through several music retailers. The track is one of seven on the collection, which is scheduled for release on November 21.

            Bush employs a simple instrumentation in “Wild Man” as she conveys a romantic, yet sympathetic portrayal of the Abominable Snowman of legend. The talented soprano sings primarily in a low tone, but harmonizes beautifully with her higher register as she leads the listener into the chorus. The track offers a delightfully tempting taste of what will be in 50 Words For Snow, which will also feature guest appearances from the likes of Sir Elton John and comedian Stephen Fry

            2011 has been a rather eventful year for Kate Bush: earlier this year, she released Director’s Cut, a compilation of remixes of some of her classic songs, while 50 Words For Snow will be her first album of new material since Aerial in 2005

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            You can pre-order a copy of 50 Words For Snow here.

            It's official: Kate Bush annouces release date for new album

            It’s official: Kate Bush annouces release date for new album

              Kate Bush confirmed rumors about the release of her first album of new music in six years. According to her website, 50 Words For Snow is scheduled to be available to the public on November 21, 2011. It will be distributed by her own record company, Fish People.

              Earlier this year, an Australian EMI executive leaked that the collection would be ready sometime in November. In May, Bush unveiled Director’s Cut, a compilation of remixes and special versions of her classic songs.

              50 Words For Snow will feature seven songs played over a background of running snow. The track listing will be:

              • SNOWFLAKES
              • LAKE TAHOE
              • MISTY
              • WILDMAN
              • SNOWED IN AT WHEELER STREET
              • 50 WORDS FOR SNOW
              • AMONG ANGELS

              Pre-orders can be made via iTunes.

              Continue reading on Examiner.com Kate Bush makes it official: new album release date set – National Alternative Music | Examiner.com http://www.examiner.com/alternative-music-in-national/kate-bush-makes-it-official-new-album-release-date-set#ixzz1Xwrjnx63

              EMI Exec: New Kate Bush album ETA November?

              EMI Exec: New Kate Bush album ETA November?

                Seven years since the release of 2005’s Ariel, the music industry and the alt-music blogosphere have been buzzing about a new album by Kate Bush. An interview with an EMI Records executive by Australia’s Star Observer revealed that he believes it will very likely be ready in November.While there is no mention of the new album or a release date, news of the quote from the high-ranking EMI-Australia officer spread quickly, although he tempered it by saying, “Of course, you can never be sure with Kate Bush. She does things at her own pace. But we’ve been told to prepare for a November release.”

                Bush, who has stayed out of the celebrity limelight for most of the past decade, indicated earlier this year that she would be recording new music. This came shortly after fans were delighted by the release of Director’s Cut, a collection of re-worked fan favorites that ran into a bit of a technological glitch before a later-than-expected distribution date in North America.

                Continue reading on Examiner.com EMI Exec says new Kate Bush album ETA November - National Alternative Music | Examiner.com http://www.examiner.com/alternative-music-in-national/emii-exec-says-new-kate-bush-album-eta-november#ixzz1TQXfUCaT

                The Podcast for our 9/25 Revenge of the 80s Radio Show Is Up

                The Podcast for our 9/25 Revenge of the 80s Radio Show Is Up

                  This week’s Revenge of the 80s Radio show features classic alternative music from artists including XTC, Icehouse, The Untouchables, Peter Gabriel & Kate Bush, The Motels, Kid Creole and the Coconuts, Romeo Void and Voice of the Beehive. We will also play new tracks from The Little Girls and Gorevette.

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                  Tonight's Show (6/12): ABC's Martin Fry in For a Chat

                  Tonight’s Show (6/12): ABC’s Martin Fry in For a Chat

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                    This week, we welcome the original Lexicon of Love, Martin Fry, to Revenge of the 80s Radio as he gets set to kick off his second straight year with the Regeneration Tour. We had Martin on last year and discussed some of ABC‘s history as well as Fry’s foray into Reality TV and last year’s “Traffic” CD.

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                    This time, we will talk about the several new things happening with ABC, including this year’s tour, Martin’s upcoming trek through Namibia for charity and upcoming new music from the band. We also get Fry’s thoughts on performing live for more than 30 years and, of course, cool suits. Our conversation leads off the second hour of the show.

                    The 5/8 Revenge of the 80s Podcast is Up

                    The 5/8 Revenge of the 80s Podcast is Up

                      In honor of Mother’s Day, Revenge of the 80s Radio salutes Moms. We play songs by moms, about moms and for moms (aside from the lead track because I like to be different).
                      This installment of Revenge of the 80s: A Salute to Mothers includes cuts from Voice of the Beehive, Tears For Fears, Strawberry Switchblade, Louise Robey, Kate Bush and Altered Images.

                      Tonight's Show (5/8)

                      Tonight’s Show (5/8)

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                        This week’s show will honor the Moms on Mother’s Day… we will have classic alternative music in celebration of mothers (“Mother Stands for Comfort” by Kate Bush comes to mind) while we will also play tracks from moms of the 80s (and a few NEW moms from the era).
                        Featured artists include Kate Bush, Voice of the Beehive, Strawberry Switchblade and Louise Robey.

                        Revenge of the 80s airs live on Friday nights 7-9ET on Q99.1FM in the Hudson Valley (www.wtbq.com) and on Wednesdays 12noon Melbourne, AUS time on Radio 80s 87.6FM. Podcasts are available on Saturdays after the live show. We also air Wednesdays 6-8pm and Saturdays 10am-12noon on The Volt.

                        The Podcast for our 4/24/09 Revenge of the 80s Radio Is Up`

                        The Podcast for our 4/24/09 Revenge of the 80s Radio Is Up`

                          The podcast for our April 24, 2009 Revenge of the 80s Radio show is up and available at the bottom of this post.
                          This week’s show features some classic alternative tracks from artists including Strawberry Switchblade, Captain Sensible, INXS and the Soup Dragons with some deeper cuts from The Flirts and Kate Bush. We also introduced a new feature: the “Later Cut,” where we play some of the artists’ post-1980s work between the end of the decade and new music from recent years. The first Revenge of the 80s “Later Cut” is Andy Prieboy‘s “Montezuma Was a Man of Faith” from the self-titled EP (and the album Upon My Wayward Son).
                          We also played a number of your requests. Keep them coming: e-mail us with yours at radio@revengeofthe80sradio.com.

                          Tonight's Show (4/24/09)

                          Tonight’s Show (4/24/09)

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                            Tonight’s Revenge of the 80s Radio will feature classic alternative tracks from Strawaberry Switchblade, Altered Images, INXS and REM as well as some deeper cuts from Kate Bush, The Flirts and Mojo Nixon.

                            Revenge of the 80s airs live on Friday nights 7-9ET on Q99.1FM in the Hudson Valley (www.wtbq.com) and on Wednesdays 12noon Melbourne, AUS time on Radio 80s 87.6FM. Podcasts are available on Saturdays after the live show. We also air Wednesdays 6-8pm and Saturdays 10am-12noon on The Volt.

                            The Podcast of our 4/3 Show is Up: With a Salute to Novelty Songs of the 80s

                            The Podcast of our 4/3 Show is Up: With a Salute to Novelty Songs of the 80s

                              The podcast for our April 3rd Revenge of the 80s Radio show is up and available at the bottom of this post.

                              This week, in honor of April Fool’s Day, our entire second hour pays homage to some of the best comedy tracks of the 1980s, including classics from Bad News, Neil, Mojo Nixon & Skid Roper, The Frantics and Julie Brown.

                              In the first hour we have cuts from alternative artists of the 80s including ABC, Kate Bush, Adam & the Ants and Nikki Corvette.

                              Tonight's Show 4/3/09

                              Tonight’s Show 4/3/09

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                                During the second hour of this week’s Revenge of the 80s, we honor April Fools Day with some of the great classic alternative novelty songs of the 80s with tracks from Bad News, Joe Dolce, Miss Julie Brown, The Kids in the Hall, Niel and more.
                                Artists featured in the first hour include ABC, Adam Ant, Nikki and the Corvettes and Kate Bush.

                                Revenge of the 80s airs live on Friday nights 7-9ET on Q99.1FM in the Hudson Valley (www.wtbq.com) and on Wednesdays 12noon Melbourne, AUS time on Radio 80s 87.6FM. Podcasts are available on Saturdays after the live show.

                                The Podcast For Our 2/20 Show Is Up

                                The Podcast For Our 2/20 Show Is Up

                                  The podcast for the February 20th Revenge of the 80s Radio show is up and available at the bottom of this post.
                                  This week, we feature classic alternative tracks from artists including REM, Altered Images, Kate Bush, Depeche Mode (whose new single, “Wrong,” will premiere on German TV on 2/21) and Aneka.

                                  For Aneka, whose real name is Mary Sandeman, the song “Japanese Boy” became an international hit and reached the Top 20 on the US Dance charts in 1981. Sandeman released some other very good songs as Aneka, but they never matched the success of “Japanese Boy.” The other problem seemed to be that the oriental persona of and image of Aneka kept the Scottish-born Sandeman from using her regular voice.
                                  After Aneka’s star faded, Sandeman resumed her career as a singer/songwiter performing under her own name, which she is still doing today.
                                  Interestingly, Aneka has found a new generation of fans thanks to the inclusion of “Japanese Boy” in the Grand Theft Auto: Vice City video game.


                                  Tonight's Show: 2/20

                                  Tonight’s Show: 2/20

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                                    This week’s show will feature classic alternative tracks from artists including Depeche Mode (whose first single from their upcoming album will premiere on German TV tomorrow), Kate Bush, Aneka and Book of Love. We will also catch up on some requests, which can be made by e-mailing us: radio@revengeofthe80sradio.com.

                                    Revenge of the 80s airs live on Friday nights 7-9ET on Q99.1FM in the Hudson Valley (www.wtbq.com) and on Wednesdays 12noon Melbourne, AUS time on Radio 80s 87.6FM. Podcasts are available on Saturdays after the live show.

                                    The Top 10 Movie Soundtrack Songs of the 80s

                                    The Top 10 Movie Soundtrack Songs of the 80s

                                      A short while back, Revenge of the 80s Radio did a show featuring great movie soundtrack songs of the 80s. We featured some of the more well-known tracks as well as some of the more obscure. The question, however, of which movie soundtrack songs stood out from the others bore answering.

                                      In coming up with the top movie soundtrack songs of the 1980s, there needed to be an ironclad list of criteria due to the fact that there were several memorable pieces. The most prolific were decided by these standards:

                                      1. Their overall contribution to the alternative music genre in the 80s
                                      2. How memorable they were in the particular movies where they were features
                                      3. The song’s impact on the band’s success
                                      4. The song’s impact on the memorability of the movie
                                      5. The novelty factor of the song and its place in the movie

                                      Here are the top 10 movie soundtrack songs of the 1980s:

                                      10. “Far Side of Crazy” – Wall of Voodoo (Head Office)

                                      Before Mike Judge’s Office Space, Judge Reinhold starred in the hilarious biz-based movie Head Office, where he plays a newbie who wonders why he keeps getting promoted. He later realizes it is because they want to appease his father, a powerful Senator. The movie is a cult classic featuring such stars as Reinhold, Wallace Shawn, Rick Moranis and Danny DeVito. Wall of Voodoo’s first release after bringing in Andy Prieboy was played in the scene where the business guys were smoking pot in the back seat of a limo

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                                      9. “My Male Curiosity” – Kid Creole and the Coconuts (Against All Odds)

                                      While most remember the Phil Collins song “Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now)” as the big hit from the move, Americans who were far too used to the regular Top 40 fare were first introduced to Kid Creole and The Coconuts through this hit movie. The multi-faceted tropical/new wave/alt-funk big band were making waves in the U.K. for several years before the 1984 movie came out.

                                      The Podcast For Our 1/23 Movie Soundtracks Salute Is Up

                                      The Podcast For Our 1/23 Movie Soundtracks Salute Is Up

                                        Coming soon to the Revenge of the 80s blog: the top 10 soundtrack songs of the 1980s

                                        Tonight:  The Revenge of the 80s Christmas Special

                                        Tonight: The Revenge of the 80s Christmas Special

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                                          Tonight, Revenge of the 80s features its first annual Christmas Special, featuring holiday music from artists of the era including The Alarm, Captain Sensible, Kate Bush, Wall of Voodoo and Squeeze. Of course, we wouldn’t be a Revenge of the 80s Christmas Special without the timeless classics from The Waitresses, Band Aid and The Pogues with Kirsty McColl. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from us at Revenge of the 80s Radio!

                                          Revenge of the 80s Christmas Special Set for This Friday (12/19)

                                          Revenge of the 80s Christmas Special Set for This Friday (12/19)

                                            This Friday, Revenge of the 80s will air its first Christmas Special, featuring classic holiday cheer from top new wave/alternative artists from the 1980s — the decade when even Santa wore thin ties and sunglasses with his suit.
                                            Along with the standards from The Waitresses, The Pogues (with Kirsty MacColl), David Bowie (with Bing Crosby) and The Pretenders, we will also feature holiday tracks from The Dickies, The Alarm, Kate Bush and Timbuk 3 as well as some hard-to-find ones from Wall of Voodoo, Dread Zeppelin, Captain Sensible and the British mock-band Bad News.

                                            Podcast for 10/17 Show Featuring Eddie Deezen Interview Is Up

                                            Podcast for 10/17 Show Featuring Eddie Deezen Interview Is Up

                                              This week’s show features an interview with 80s movie icon Eddie Deezen, who is best known to many as “Menlo Schwartzer” in Surf II, “Wesley” from Midnight Madness, “Eugene” from Grease (1 & 2). “Eddie Lipschitz” from The Whoopie Boys and several other characters. Our discussion kicks off the second half of the show; we also feature tracks from some of his movies.

                                              Deezen started out as a stand-up comedian and soon switched to acting, mainly because he did not like to memorize lines. That, apparently, was an excellent career decision. He is credited with creating the archetype “geeky” character that was very popular in 80s movies; his portrayal is (as Deezen puts it) a successor of the similarly-played type originated by Charles Martin Smith, who played “Toad” in the movie American Graffiti. Despite where the idea originated, Deezen’s persona was copied by many actors but never matched.
                                              After the 80s, Deezen became much more prominently known for his voice, which was prominent in several commercials, television cartoons and animated movies. His most famous roles of that variation to date are “Mandark” from Dexter’s Laboratory and “Know-It-All” from Polar Express.
                                              During the interview, Eddie and I talk about:

                                              • His early years as a comedian
                                              • How he got his first role of “Eugene” in Grease
                                              • What he took from working with several comedy greats over the years
                                              • Eddie’s thoughts and insights on some of his characters
                                              • Interesting behind-the-scenes discussion while starring in the movie Mob Boss opposite Morgan Fairchild.
                                              • His transition from movie icon to one of the most in-demand voices in Hollywood.

                                              While he is a star to many fans of all ages, Deezen is extremely humble and grateful for his success. He is very positive and complimentary toward his co-workers, as evidenced in our discussion, and a genuinely good fellow. >br>
                                              Eddie also has an interesting website, eddiedeezen.com, where he posts his thoughts on various subjects, offers some challenging trivia and has information on his movies.
                                              While most of Eddie’s movies and features can be purchased on DVD, one of his best performances, that of Surf II‘s Menlo, his first great villain character, is not. Fortunately for us, it is posted on Youtube, here is the first part of the movie (there will be links to other parts at the end):

                                              During the show, we also premiere a track from the new Children’s CD by Stan Ridgway and Pietra Wexstun: Silly Songs for Kids, Vol. 1, available on CD Baby.

                                              We also played music from other artists including Mondo Rock, The Divinyls, The Clash and Kate Bush.

                                              Podcast for 9/19 Show Featuring Will Powers Is Up

                                              Podcast for 9/19 Show Featuring Will Powers Is Up

                                                The podcast for this week’s Revenge of the 80s Radio show, featuring an interview with Will Powers, is up and available at the bottom of this post. Will is actually Lynn Goldsmith, the brilliant world-class photographer and director who brought us the album Dancing for Mental Health, which is currently available on CD Baby.


                                                Goldsmith made state-of-the-art videos for three singles: “Adventures in Success,” “Smile,” and “Kissing With Confidence.” The latter was a U.K. chart hit featuring Carly Simon on lead vocals. We talk about Will Powers’ origins, evolution and the future of the Will Powers Institute. Goldsmith found the character to be a truly inspirational one for many as it took off on its own international Adventure in Success.
                                                For the Will Powers project, Goldsmith had help from several friends in the music industry who wanted to be a part of it including Simon, Todd Rundgren, Nile Rodgers, Tom Bailey and Steve Winwood. Also, during the interview, Lynn Goldsmith and I talk about:

                                                • How she decided to present the Will Powers idea at a session in NYC
                                                • The technology behind the Will Powers videos
                                                • Will Powers philosophies and inspirational affirmations
                                                • Why Goldsmith used a vocoder for the Will Powers voice instead of her natural one
                                                • Plans for the future of Will Powers and the Will Powers Institute
                                                • More on her photography and upcoming shows and exhibits includingr Lynn’s “Rock and Roll” exhibit at the Jenkins Johnson Gallery, in Manhattan October 2-November 25.

                                                The interview with Will Powers kicks off the second hour of the show. We also feature music from several other artists including The Time Bandits, Kate Bush, Squeeze and Blancmange.

                                                Podcast for 9/5 Show Is Up

                                                Podcast for 9/5 Show Is Up

                                                  The podcast for our 9/5/08 Revenge of the 80s Radio Show is now available at the bottom of this post.

                                                  During the program, we featured music from various artists including REM, Kate Bush, Nick Cave, Strrawberry Switchblade and The Clash. We also features a studio recording of The Little Girls’ “The Earthquake Song” from their recentle-released 31 Pop Flavors CD (available through Ramo Records). The album features their hit songs as well as several demo recordings from 1985 which were previously unreleased.

                                                  Podcast for 8/22 Show Featuring Replay of the Stan Ridgway Interview Is Up

                                                  Podcast for 8/22 Show Featuring Replay of the Stan Ridgway Interview Is Up

                                                    Our poidcast for this week’s show is up. This week, we featured a replay of our earlier interview with the great singer/songwriter/musician/storyteller Stan Ridgway, which leads off the second hour. We also featured music from artists of the 80s including Madness, Amazulu, Kate Bush and Berlin

                                                    Tonight's Show WIll Feature a Re-Broadcast of our Stan Ridgway Interview

                                                    Tonight’s Show WIll Feature a Re-Broadcast of our Stan Ridgway Interview

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                                                      Tonight’s show will feature a re-broadcast of our interview with the great songrwiter/musician/singer/storyteller Stan Ridgway.
                                                      We will also feature tracks from artists including REM, Amazulu and Kate Bush.

                                                      Revenge of the 80s Radio airs live every Friday night 7-9pm on Q99.1FM in the Hudson Valley, NY and on www.revengeofthe80sradio.com; Wednesdays 12noon Melbourne, Australia time on 87.6FM “Radio 80s” in Korumburra, AUS and our podcast will be available on Saturday.

                                                      Podcast for 7/11 Show Featuring Martin Fry is Up

                                                      Podcast for 7/11 Show Featuring Martin Fry is Up

                                                        ABC is considered the defining group for the New Romantic style of music that was first popular in the U,K, before sweeping into the states. The style, the smoothness of the sound and (as our guest Martin Fry put it) the big choruses are what drew people to the new wave splinter genre. Fry was our guest on Revenge of the 80s; the podcast for the show is on the bottom of this post.

                                                        Martin Fry and ABC have a new CD out, Traffic, which is set to be released in the U.S. later this summer. We played a track from the new project, “For the Very First Time,” which is already a hit in Britain. The band will also be part of this year’s Regeneration Tour, which runs thruogh August in North America. Dates and locations can be found on the Regeneration Tour’s website.

                                                        During the interview, we talk about the new project, as well as:

                                                        • Fry’s musical influences, including the Motown style
                                                        • His cool suiits
                                                        • A short stint on a reality TV show
                                                        • Why ABC stayed as popular as they did through several different musical phases
                                                        • Other future projects

                                                        The interview leads off the second hour of the show.

                                                        We also played classic tracks from artists including Monte Video and the Cassettes, The Cramps, Kate Bush and The Little Girls, who will be in the studio in August to record a track for the upcoming Jonathan Richman Tribute CD.

                                                        Podcast for 4/18/08 Show Is Up

                                                        Podcast for 4/18/08 Show Is Up


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                                                          The podcast for our 4/18/08 show is up. Hour 1 features music from The Go-Gos, Trio, Voice of the Beehive, Amazulu and more; Hour 2 includes cuts from Kate Bush, Q-Feel, ABC and Paul King.

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