Revenge of the 80s Radio

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Our March 23-28 show is up: Murray Grindlay (aka Monte Video) encore

This week, we play an encore presentation one of our favorite episodes: New Zealand musician Murray Grindlay, known to many as "Monte Video" from his 1982 international smash hit "Shoop-Shoop, Diddy-Wop, Cumma-Cumma, Wang-Dang" as Monte Video and the Cassettes is our guest

Monte Video and the Cassettes
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Our March 15-22 show is up

This week on Revenge of the 80s Radio, we play new music from The Flesh Eaters and Simple Minds plus classics by Icehouse, Neil (Nigel Planer), Toyah, The Smiths and more

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Our March 8-14 show with Andy Prieboy is up

Andy Prieboy is back with us on Revenge of the #80s Radio with a new EP: "Every Night of My Life." Andy tells the stories behind the music, which includes a 1981 composition, a duet with the late Tony Kinman, musings of his time in the New Wave scene and an homage to the man who gave the talented musician to his first practice. We also play one of his new tracks, "I Had a New Wave Act."

Andy Prieboy
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Our 3/1-7 show with Suzi Quatro is up

Suzi Quatro joins host Chris Cordani on the next Revenge of the 80s Radio. The rock legend and pioneer’s new album, No Control, will soon be released. Suzi talks about the tracks, collaborating with her son on the music and an upcoming tour of Australia

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Our Feb 22-28 show is up: Chance Raspberry has a new Little Billy update

Chance Raspberry, a lead animator for The Simpsons, is back with another update on his own project: Little Billy, the ultimate #80s cartoon. Chance is getting closer to making the pilot show happen, a comic strip is out and Little Billy is taking shape

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Out Feb 15-21 show with Edward Tudor-Pole is up

This week, we catch up with Edward, his new solo music, concert dates and a new album with a group of Norwegian musicians called the Tenpole Tudor Vikings. We also play tracks from The Hoodoo Gurus, Squeeze, Iam Siam, Nina Hagen and more.

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Our Jan 8-14 show with Chris D. of The Flesh Eaters is up

Chris D, John Doe, Dave Alvin, Bill Bateman, Steve Berlin and D. J. Bonebrake reformed the most well-known lineup of the LA Punk supergroup, The Flesh Eaters, for a new album and some tour dates. Chris D. talks with host Chris Cordani about I Used to be Pretty (available now), the band's history, the famous lineup and his own career.

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