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Category Archives: Post-Punk

Wire – Reuters

Well, this is, kinda, where it all started. The opening track from this fantastic bands debut album. Heavy, yet melodic. Clean edges and fuzzy edges merge on this cracker from their 1977 album ‘Pink Flag’.

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The Fall – We Wish You A Protein Christmas

Christmas time-uh!

Wire – Peel Session 1978

1. Practice Makes Perfect (0:07)

2. I Am The Fly (3:45)

3. Culture Vultures (7:35)

4. 106 Beats That (9:32)

Adam and the Ants – Peel Session 1979

1. Animals and Men (0:27)

2. Ligotage (3:37)

3. Tabletalk (7:00)

4. Never Trust a Man With Egg On His Face (12:29)

Devo – Make Me Dance [Demo]

A track that sadly did not make it onto 1980’s ‘Freedom of Choice’, as it’s a Devolution banger! All stiffened New Wave dance moves and minimal synth patterns.

The Slits – Peel Session 1981

1. Difficult Fun (0:07)

2. In The Beginning (5:48)

3. Earthbeat & Wedding Song (16:52)

Adam & the Ants – Peel Session 1978

1. You’re So Physical (0:07)

2. Cleopatra (3:15)

3. Friends (6:44)

4. I’m A Xerox Machine (9:58)

Gang of Four – Peel Session 1981

1. To Hell With Poverty! (0:07)

2. Paralysed (3:44)

3. History Is Bunk (7:04)

Thanks Vibracobra23.

The Monochrome Set – Peel Session 1979

1. Fallout (0:07)

2. Martians Go Home (2:29)

3. Viva Death Row (4:20)

4. Goodbye Joe/The Strange Boutique (6:22)

The Raincoats – Peel Session 1980

1. Using My Eyes (0:07)

2. Family Treet (2:31)

3. Baby Song (6:19)

Thanks, as always, to the Vibracobra23 YouTube channel for these Peel Sessions.

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