December 27, 2016

Rock show of ‘S’ bands played alphabetically. We start with The Saints and end with Belgium band The Strings. All tracks are vinyl spun in real time, except the first track by Silverhead, which is on a CD and gives me time to balance the tone arms and prepare the turntables for the show proper.

Listen to this show – Part Two appears further down the page

Artist Song Release Label
Silverhead Rolling with My Baby Silverhead Cherry Red
The Saints L-I-E-S This Perfect Day Harvest
Savage Republic The Ivory Coast Tragic Figures Independent Project
The Scissor Girls My Habit, Prescript To: The Imaginary Layer On Skeletons Quinnah Records
Secret Affair New Dance Glory Boys I-Spy
The Selector Black & Blue Too Much Pressure 2 Tone
Rebby Sharp I’m So Hot In One Mouth And Out The Other Shimmy Disc
The Shirts Teenage Crutch The Shirts Capitol
The Shivvers Teen Line Shake Some Action Vol 2.1 USA Shake Some Action
The Shoes Hangin’ Around With You Present Tense Elektra
Short Dogs Grow Doesn’t Somebody Want to Be Wanted Self Entitled Rough Trade
Sic F*cks Rock Or Die Sic F*cks Sozyyamuda
Silverhead Hello New York 16 and Savaged MCA

Artist Song Release Label
Silverhead Hello New York 16 and Savaged MCA
Slade Look Wot You Dun Sladest Reprise
Siouxsie And The Banshees Mirage The Scream Polydor
The Slickee Boys Escalator 66 Cybernetic Dreams of Pi Twin/Tone
The Smithereens Tracey’s World Beauty And Sadness Little Ricky
Snatch Joey Shopping For Clothes Fetish
Sparks Beaver O’Lindy A Woofer in Tweeter’s Clothing Bearsville
Anthony Newell My Mind Goes Round In Circles Hits From 3000 Years Ago Hi-Lo
Sort Sol Misguided Under en Sort Sol Parlophone Denmark
Squire Every Trick (In The Book Of Love) Every Trick (In The Book Of Love) Hit
Steaming Coils Singing Notice Breaded Quaquaversal Vinyl
Spitboy Isolation Burns True Self Revealed Ebullition
The Strings Deflower Yum Yum Parsley

One thought on “#267

  1. Frank Trippi

    I listen to your show every week. I upload a lot of the afro rock stuff, electro pretty much everything I can get my hands on. I think when I accidentally hit weekly pics in Spotify your playlists helped this band come up. William Onyeabor. Pretty cool keyboard work.


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