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    Midge Ure is back with us on Revenge of the 80s Radio. The acclaimed musician has a new album out, one that was two years in the making: Orchestrated

      This week, Chance Raspberry, a lead animator for The Simpsons, will give us an update on his new project, “Little Billy,” which is being billed as the Ultimate 80s Cartoon

        This week’s Revenge of the 80s Radio premiers tonight. We play new tracks from Kid Creole & the Coconuts and Blaine L. Reininger plus classics from Men Without Hats, The Beloved, Prefab Sprout, The Time Bandits, Amazulu and more classic alternative artists.

          We play an encore with with two hours of music by new wave, punk and alt-rock artists from Los Angeles including X, The Heaters, The Weirdos, Missing Persons, Wall of Voodoo, The Plugz, The Three O’Clock, The Vandals, The Go-Gos and many more.

            This week on Revenge of the 80s radio, we play new tracks from Simple Minds, Paul Kelly and Orchestral Maneuvers in the Dark plus classics by Julian Cope, The Hoodoo Gurus, Icicle Works, The Cramps, Rational Youth and more.

              This week, we feature new music from Paul Kelly, Gary Numan, Urang Matang (with Jim Paterson on trombone) and Colin Hay plus classics by Positive Noise, The Saints, Rose McDowall, Thomas Dolby, The Kings, Close Lobsters and more.

                Dweezil Zappa talks with Chris Cordani on Revenge of the 80s Radio

                  Cindy Wilson will talk with host Chris Cordani about her upcoming new album, “Change,” on Revenge of the 80s Radio. Wilson, a long-time member of the B-52s, offers fans and music lovers a new side of her with a band of talented musicians who created what they call a “Turbo Chill” sound. Wilson displays a different side of her musical talents through “Change” and her recent EPs. The first single, “Mystic,” is already released with the full album being made available on November 17th, 2017.

                    This week, we play a new track from Stan Ridgway plus music from Julie Brown, Mental As Anything, The Slickeee Boys, The Globos, Vis a Vis and many more. Also, Gregg Hammond is back to talk about his next Global Jam for Peace on Sept 23.

                      This week, we feature new music from Colin Hay, Edward Tudor-Pole, Man Parrish and The Godfathers plus classics by Dave & The Dynamos, Kid Creole & The Coconuts, The Beat, Spoons, Mental As Anything and more classic alternative artists.

                        Punk Globe Magazine releases its 40th Anniversary special issue on August 1, 2017. Ginger Coyote, Founder and Editor of Punk Globe talks about the publication’s history and celebrating 40 years of the magazine with host Chris Cordani.

                          we play music from Scottish artists of the classic alternative era including Rose McDowall, Orange Juice, Big Country, Fish, The Armoury Show, The Associates and many more.

                            This week, we have another one of our New Wave Dance Parties in Hour 2 with music from Alphaville, Clive Farrington, Dominatrix, Kevin Stanton (Mi-Sex), Seona Dancing and many more classic alternative artists.

                              This week, we have another one of our New Wave Dance Parties in Hour 2 with music from Alphaville, Clive Farrington, Dominatrix, Kevin Stanton (Mi-Sex), Seona Dancing and many more classic alternative artists.

                                we catch up with some requests and play music from X, The Nomads, Flesh For Lulu, INXS, Debbie Harry, Dr. Feelgood and many more classic alternative artists.

                                  As we prepare for the 2017 season of Revenge of the 80s Radio, we will air an encore broadcast of our German music special: During Hour 2, we play tracks from German New Wavers of the 80s, many of them part of the Neuve Deutshe Welle movement, featuring tracks from Nena, Trio, The Spider Murphy Gang, Spliff, Hubert Kah, Alphaville and many more.

                                    We play jaunting yuletide tunes from Captain Sensible, Squeeze, Book of Love, Wall of Voodoo, the Celibate Rifles, Nick Lowe, Tony Hadley, The Pogues with Kirsty McColl and many more.

                                      On this week’s Revenge of the 80s Radio, we play new music from Linda Jo Rizzo, Kate Bush and Cindy Wilson plus classic cuts by Mondo Rock, XTC, A Flock of Seagulls, Kid Creole and the Coconuts, Shakin’ Stevens and many more.

                                        we play music from Scottish artists of the classic alternative era including Rose McDowall, Orange Juice, Big Country, Fish, The Armoury Show, The Associates and many more.

                                          we play new music from Book of Love and Andy Prieboy plus classic tracks by King, Marquis de Sade, Wang Chung, Hothouse Flowers, The Earons, Hazel O’Connor and many more.

                                            Peter Flierl of Plan B is back on Revenge of the 80s with the band’s new album, Time Is a Diamond. With Peter Plan B’s new lead singer, David Robinson. The duo discuss the new CD, festival dates and an upcoming tour of the Far East. Our conversation takes place during hour 2 of our program

                                              Lauren Duvall, who sang for the final incarnation of Visage (2012-2015), talks with us about her latest project: :Infinite Hearts,” a collaboration with Steven Jones and Logan Sky

                                                This week is an encore show where we devote Hour 2 to the great horn sections and horn players of the classic alternative era with tracks from Dexy’s Midnight Runners, Fishbone, Oingo Boingo, Kid Creole & the Coconuts, The Specials, The Blasters and many more great hornmeisters.

                                                  Maggie Connell of The Heaters is our guest. The Heaters were one of the LA New Wave scene’s hottest live acts of the late 70s. Led by Maggie Connell, Missy Connell and Mercy Bermudez, the band forged their own sound amid the ascension of the new genre in southern California: a mix of 60s soul, the early girl groups and punk. The Heaters will release the tracks they recorded in 1983 in a few different locations (not in big studios) in a compilation titled: American Dreams: the Portastudio Recordings.

                                                    Our week of 8-5 podcast/syndication edit with Peter Godwin is up. One of the early new wave innovators, Godwin co-founded Metro before going solo. His classic tracks include “Images of Heaven,” “The Art of Love” and “Criminal World,” the latter of which he wrote with Metro and was covered by David Bowie.

                                                      During Hour 2, we play music from German New Wavers of the 80s, many of them part of the Neuve Deutshe Welle movement, featuring tracks from Nena, Trio, The Spider Murphy Gang, Spliff, Hubert Kah, Alphaville and many more.

                                                        We catch up with Donna Destri in New York City as her new single, “Man Without a Name” is now out.

                                                          We play new music from Dexy’s and Shonen Knife, plus classics by Squeeze, Taco, Hong Kong Syndicat, The Hoodoo Gurus, Modern English and many more

                                                            Steven Jones and Logan Sky are back with us. The duo present their new EP, Maria, and discuss it with Chris

                                                              We talk with Amanda Lloyd and Tanya Harrington about a special Blitz Club remembrance event set to take place on October 8th, 2016 at the Grand Pavillion in Porthcawl


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