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This week’s Revenge of the 80s Radio is up. We play music with colors in the title, featuring tracks from The Stranglers, Midnight Oil, Visage, Toni Basil, The Pogues and more.

Steve Kilbey of The Church talks with us about The Church’s North American tour, their 2017 album and plans to record new music, his many projects and a retrospect on his career.

This week’s Revenge of the 80s is up: an encore broadcast of our German Music Special: 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.

Paul Young talks with Chris Cordani on this week’s Revenge of the 80s Radio as it is now up via podcast.

Our Aug 31-Sep 6 Revenge of the 80s Radio show is up. We play new music from Paul Collins and Simple Minds plus classics by Madness, The Lopez Beatles, Icehouse, Amazulu and more

James King of James King and the Lonewolves talks with Chris on Revenge of the 80s Radio

Jeremy Thoms, of The President’s Men, Strawberry Tarts, The Revillos, The Desperados, The Naturals and several other bands out of Scotland throughout the 80s and beyond will talk with host Chris Cordani this week on Revenge of the 80s Radio about his newest band, The Cathode Ray.

This week, we present the Geography Edition of Revenge of the #80s Radio. We play tracks with names of locations (countries, towns, cities, neighborhoods, roadways) in the title, featuring cuts from Nina Hagen, The Fleshtones, The Stranglers, Falco, Billy Bragg, Midge Ure and more.

Robert Poss, founding member of Band of Susans, talks with Chris on Revenge of the 80s Radio about his upcoming solo album, Frozen Flowers Curse the Day, due out in August.

This week, we air an encore broadcast: Guitar Meister Dweezil Zappa talks with Chris Cordani on Revenge of the 80s Radio. Zappa discusses his music from his debut album he recorded at the age of 15 to his most recent work

Donna Destri talks with Chris about her new Double A-Side single with Paul Zone with covers of two Sonny & Cher deeper cuts: “It’s the Little Things” and “Just You.” “It’s the Little Things” was produced by Man Parrish and “Just You” was set to tune by Richard Citroen.

Tom Bailey talks with host Chris Cordani about his upcoming new album, “Science Fiction,” the former Thompson Twin’s first solo project. We discuss the tracks, musical influences, thoughts on pop over the years and Bailey’s upcoming tour.

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, we play new music from Midge Ure, Squeeze and Blaine L. Reininger plys classic from King, The Clean, Mental As Anything, Adam and the Ants, Taco, The Motels and more.

Dominique Davalos of Dominatrix, “Howard the Duck,” The Bluebonnets, Dogs & Diamonds and several other projects is with us this week on Revenge of the 80s Radio

This week’s Revenge of the 80s Radio is dedicated to songs with the artists names in the titles, featuring music from Immaculate Fools, Dog Police,Dominatrix, Falco, Madness, Tear Garden, Book of Love and more

Linda Jo Rizzo joins us as she reveals plans for a new album, which is going to be something quite different from what longtime fans might expect, and a new compilation album, Italo Disco Heroes, which features one of her tracks and those from other greats of the genre.

Robert Pereno has been on the edge of becoming a household name several times throughout the 80s. The dancer, singer, poet, actor and promoter was well known as the guy who could fill up a night club with the best of them thanks to skills he honed since the age of 8. Pereno is the subject of two documentary movies: 2013’s “The Promoter” and another one currently in the works

In hour 2, we feature classic alternative artists from New England with music by Robin Lane and the Chartbusters, The Del Fuegos, Jonathan Richman, The Fools, Til Tuesday and many more.

This week’s show features music from artists of the 80s out of New York City. We play tracks from Kid Creole & The Coconuts, The Dictators, Ron Rogers, Bush Tetras, The Toasters, Blondie and more.

Willie Nile is working on a new album and he talks about it with us on Revenge of the 80s Radio this week. The new creation is due out this summer. We also play music from Blancmange, The Associates, The Cockroaches, INXS, The Pogues and more.

as Chris recovers from eye surgery, we air a classic show where 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’s show features music from artists of the 80s out of New York City. We play tracks from Kid Creole & The Coconuts, The Dictators, Ron Rogers, Bush Tetras, The Toasters, Blondie and more.

This week, Clive Farrington joins us once again. His new book, The Further Confessions of a One-Hit Wonder, is finished and will be out soon. We also talk about some of the new music Farrington has recorded this year and some future concert dates.

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.

Dance music historian James Arena talks about his new book, Europe’s Stars of 80s Dance Pop, featuring interviews with 32 people who made the sub-genre a world-wide sensation. The book is out now and available on Amazon.

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.


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