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Off The Record / 10-12pm / 1st October 2019

Thank you for joining me for this week’s show, where we doffed our pork pie hat to Rhoda Dakar and her work of art with The Special AKA on The Boiler. We dipped our toe into the political sea on electioneering with Radiohead, The Jam and the Sex Pistols, before we returned to frolic on insanity beach with the American Music Club. We also said ‘how old?’ to Phil Oakey and shouted ‘BELL BOY’ to Sting. Plus our ‘what was the year?’ feature tested your chart knowledge by asking when did David Essex and The Police both enjoy #1 records that coincided with West Ham winning the FA Cup. LLTB!

Click here to listen again:

Show#8 Playlist

Franz Ferdinand – Take Me Out
Simple Minds – Glittering Prize
Junior Murvin – Police and Thieves
The Special A.K.A – The Boiler
Air – All I Need
Travis – Why Does It Always Rain On Me
The Blue Nile – The Downtown Lights
Radiohead – Electioneering
The Jam – Eton Rifles
Sex Pistols – Liar
Prefab Sprout – When Love Breaks Down
The Divine Comedy – Becoming More Like Alfie
Frank Sinatra – Summer Wind
David Bowie – Ziggy Stardust
The Regents – 7Teen
David Essex – Hold Me Close
The Police – Don’t Stand So Close To Me
American Music Club – Johnny Mathis’ Feet
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark – Souvenir
The Human League – Being Boiled
The Who – Bell Boy
John Cougar – Jack and Diane
Oasis – Morning Glory
Edwyn Collins – One Track Mind
Norman Connors – You Are My Starship
Gary Jules – Mad World
Elton John – Song for Guy

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 1st October 2019

Thank you for joining me for this week’s show, where we doffed our pork pie hat to Rhoda Dakar and her work of art with The Special AKA on The Boiler. We dipped our toe into the political sea on electioneering with Radiohead, The Jam and the Sex Pistols, before we returned to frolic on insanity beach with the American Music Club. We also said ‘how old?’ to Phil Oakey and shouted ‘BELL BOY’ to Sting. Plus our ‘what was the year?’ feature tested your chart knowledge by asking when did David Essex and The Police both enjoy #1 records that coincided with West Ham winning the FA Cup. LLTB!

Click here to listen again:

Show#8 Playlist

Franz Ferdinand – Take Me Out
Simple Minds – Glittering Prize
Junior Murvin – Police and Thieves
The Special A.K.A – The Boiler
Air – All I Need
Travis – Why Does It Always Rain On Me
The Blue Nile – The Downtown Lights
Radiohead – Electioneering
The Jam – Eton Rifles
Sex Pistols – Liar
Prefab Sprout – When Love Breaks Down
The Divine Comedy – Becoming More Like Alfie
Frank Sinatra – Summer Wind
David Bowie – Ziggy Stardust
The Regents – 7Teen
David Essex – Hold Me Close
The Police – Don’t Stand So Close To Me
American Music Club – Johnny Mathis’ Feet
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark – Souvenir
The Human League – Being Boiled
The Who – Bell Boy
John Cougar – Jack and Diane
Oasis – Morning Glory
Edwyn Collins – One Track Mind
Norman Connors – You Are My Starship
Gary Jules – Mad World
Elton John – Song for Guy

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 1st October 2019

Thank you for joining me for this week’s show, where we doffed our pork pie hat to Rhoda Dakar and her work of art with The Special AKA on The Boiler. We dipped our toe into the political sea on electioneering with Radiohead, The Jam and the Sex Pistols, before we returned to frolic on insanity beach with the American Music Club. We also said ‘how old?’ to Phil Oakey and shouted ‘BELL BOY’ to Sting. Plus our ‘what was the year?’ feature tested your chart knowledge by asking when did David Essex and The Police both enjoy #1 records that coincided with West Ham winning the FA Cup. LLTB!

Click here to listen again:

Show#8 Playlist

Franz Ferdinand – Take Me Out
Simple Minds – Glittering Prize
Junior Murvin – Police and Thieves
The Special A.K.A – The Boiler
Air – All I Need
Travis – Why Does It Always Rain On Me
The Blue Nile – The Downtown Lights
Radiohead – Electioneering
The Jam – Eton Rifles
Sex Pistols – Liar
Prefab Sprout – When Love Breaks Down
The Divine Comedy – Becoming More Like Alfie
Frank Sinatra – Summer Wind
David Bowie – Ziggy Stardust
The Regents – 7Teen
David Essex – Hold Me Close
The Police – Don’t Stand So Close To Me
American Music Club – Johnny Mathis’ Feet
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark – Souvenir
The Human League – Being Boiled
The Who – Bell Boy
John Cougar – Jack and Diane
Oasis – Morning Glory
Edwyn Collins – One Track Mind
Norman Connors – You Are My Starship
Gary Jules – Mad World
Elton John – Song for Guy

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 1st October 2019

Thank you for joining me for this week’s show, where we doffed our pork pie hat to Rhoda Dakar and her work of art with The Special AKA on The Boiler. We dipped our toe into the political sea on electioneering with Radiohead, The Jam and the Sex Pistols, before we returned to frolic on insanity beach with the American Music Club. We also said ‘how old?’ to Phil Oakey and shouted ‘BELL BOY’ to Sting. Plus our ‘what was the year?’ feature tested your chart knowledge by asking when did David Essex and The Police both enjoy #1 records that coincided with West Ham winning the FA Cup. LLTB!

Click here to listen again:

Show#8 Playlist

Franz Ferdinand – Take Me Out
Simple Minds – Glittering Prize
Junior Murvin – Police and Thieves
The Special A.K.A – The Boiler
Air – All I Need
Travis – Why Does It Always Rain On Me
The Blue Nile – The Downtown Lights
Radiohead – Electioneering
The Jam – Eton Rifles
Sex Pistols – Liar
Prefab Sprout – When Love Breaks Down
The Divine Comedy – Becoming More Like Alfie
Frank Sinatra – Summer Wind
David Bowie – Ziggy Stardust
The Regents – 7Teen
David Essex – Hold Me Close
The Police – Don’t Stand So Close To Me
American Music Club – Johnny Mathis’ Feet
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark – Souvenir
The Human League – Being Boiled
The Who – Bell Boy
John Cougar – Jack and Diane
Oasis – Morning Glory
Edwyn Collins – One Track Mind
Norman Connors – You Are My Starship
Gary Jules – Mad World
Elton John – Song for Guy

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