December 14, 2021

Part 31 in the 7″ played alphabetically series on Gulls Window Circus. This week we travel from Hanterhir to Heroin. There are 2 covers this week: Hanterhir with Bowie’s Dancing Out In Space and Herbal Flesh Tea with Hawaii 5-0. Boston SSD vocalist Spring breaks the expected mold in his Chicago band The Hedonists. Corin Tucker’s first band Heavens To Betsy sounds great. Walter Lure’s first post-Heartbreakers project The Heroes get air. Absolute song of the week belongs to The Heat. All tracks could be expanded upon here, best plan is to listen and discover.

The Heat

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

Artist Song Release Label
Guv’ner She Dog Stop Earl Grey Tea Gap Year Records
Grup Bunalım Taş Var Köpek Yok Yeter Artık Kadın Türkofon
Hanterhir Dancing Out In Space Schizophrenia Easy Action
Happy Hate Me Nots Salt Sour And Brighton Salt Sour And Brighton Waterfront Records
The Hard-Ons I Heard Her Call My Name The Girl In The Sweater Waterfront Records
Harriet The Spy We Have The Codes, We Can Tear Off Arms Circle A Indicator Donut Friends
The Hattifatteners Dirt Rd @ Night Vogue Bambini Dark Beloved Cloud
Hawkwind Damnation Alley Hassan I Sahba Atomhenge
Hayleys Cake See You Tomorrow See You Tomorrow Invicta Hi-Fi
Hazel Blank Florida Blank Florida Pacific Wonderland Records
Headless Heyday Competitor Nothing Up There Always Tantrum Records
Heartbreakers Do You Love Me One Track Mind Track Record
Heartworms Thanks For The Headache Thanks For The Headache Darla Records
The Heat Instant Love Instant Love Hot Stuff Records
Heavenly Space Manatee Space Manatee K
Heaven 17 We Live So Fast Temptation Virgin

Artist Song Release Label
Heavens To Betsy Playground These Monsters Are Real. Kill Rock Stars
Heck Yours Terminally Elvis Quench Yin’s Misgivings Yang’s Whispering Campaign Piao!
The Hedonists Know Your Angers Name Know Your Angers Name Homestead Records
Hefner The Sweetness Lies Within The Sweetness Lies Within Too Pure
Helen Love Red Light Pogo Pogo Elefant Records
Helium Pat’s Trick Pat’s Trick Matador
Richard Hell The Night Is Coming On 3 New Songs The Night Is Coming On
Hello I’m A Truck My Uncle’s Boat Bad Bad Poisonous Alien Love Snack Sac Records
Helmettes I Don’t Care What The People Say I Don’t Care What The People Say No Fun
Helter Skelter I Need You I Need You Just Add Water
Jimi Hendrix Trash Man Mannish Boy Legacy
Henry’s Dress 1620 1620 I Wish I Was A Slumberland Record
Herbal Flesh Tea Hawaii 5-0 Midwesterner EP Faithful Goat Records
The Heroes Too Much Junkie Bizness Seven Days Week End Skydog International
Heroin This One Has No Name Heroin Gravity

7" played alphabetically

The original series:

  1. #319: Adverts - Angel Corpus Christi
  2. #320: Angry Samoans - Bakamono
  3. #321: Band of Susans - The Bishops
  4. #323: Black Barbie - David Bowie
  5. #324: David Bowie - Butterglove
  6. #325: Cake Like - Chia Pet
  7. #326: Chickita - Common Thread
  8. #327: Comet Gain - Damon & Naomi
  9. #337: Dalek I - Deluxx
  10. #338: Dexys Midnight Runners - Driver UFO
  11. #357: Drinking Woman - Electric Chairs

B-sides of Floor Filler 7″ played alphabetically:

  1. #352: The Action Suits - Lizzy Mercier Descloux
  2. #353: Dexy’s Midnight Runners - Girlfrendo
  3. #354: The Go-Betweens - The Records
  4. #355: Mott The Hoople - The Records
  5. #356: Revelons - The The

Tightly scoped 5-week A-Z:

  1. #367: The Action Suits - The Detroit Cobras
  2. #368: The Deviants - Bert Jansch
  3. #369: Japanese Girl - Permanent Clear Light
  4. #370: Politrio -The Tea Set
  5. #371: Ted & Ray - Zelators

The original series re-visited 3 years later, starting from 'A' once again:

  1. #487: A Certain Ratio - Capri
  2. #489: Cassie - Denim
  3. #490: The Desert Wolves - East River Pipe
  4. #491: East Village - The Ex
  5. #492: Expelaires - Fluffy
  6. #493: Fabric - Furtips
  7. #494: Aaron Frazer - The Girls
  8. #495: Girls With Credit Cards - Grace Budd
  9. #496: Green Seagull - Martin Hannett & Steve Hopkins
  10. #497: Hanterhir - Heroin

One thought on “#497

  1. frank J Saragnese

    Didn’t know you knew or liked The Heat . I too have this single . Eric & I saw them at Studio 10 in NYC with The Speedies in I think 1980(?). Great show. Both were great power pop bands .


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