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Sunday Breakfast Show – 18/04/2021

Taylor Swift or The Beatles?  Festivals following lockdown, will Hamilton make 100 polls soon, this was just some of the things I gave my thoughts on during the show, and I played the following –

Mel and Kim – That’s the Way It Is
Walk Off the Earth – How It Is
Happy Mondays – Kinky Afro
The Beatles – Day Tripper
Billie Marten – Creature of Mine
Years and Years – Starstruck
Blur – There’s No Other Way
Oscar Lang- Stuck
Tramp Stamps – I’d Rather Die
The Specials – A Message to You Rudy
Rag ‘n’ Bone Man and Pink – Anywhere Away From Here
Inhaler – We Have To Move On
R.E.M. – The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite
Madonna – Express Yourself
NWA – Express Yourself
Tourniquet -Zeitklein
The Killers – When You Were Young
Supertramp – Give A Little Bit
BAXTR – In Pop We Trust
The Isley Brothers – Summer Breeze
Dick Dent – Click Of The Fingers
Michael Sembello – Maniac
Paul Weller – Shades Of Blue
New Order – Regret
A-Ha – The Sun Always Shines on T.V.
Whitney Houston – How Will I Know
Curiosity Killed The Cat – Misfit
Climbing Trees – Troubling Times
Arctic Monkeys – Knee Socks
Aztec Camera – Somewhere in My Heart
Bee Gees- Tragedy
Diana Ross – Chain Reaction
Alexander O’Neal – Criticize
Rina Sawayama and Elton John – Chosen Family
Prince – Purple Rain
Luther Vandross – If Only For One Night

Blur’s brilliant There’s No Other Way turned 30 years old this week, making me feel very old indeed.  Released on April 15th 1991 it was the bands first top 10 single, reaching number 8

Sunday Breakfast Show – 18/04/2021

Taylor Swift or The Beatles?  Festivals following lockdown, will Hamilton make 100 polls soon, this was just some of the things I gave my thoughts on during the show, and I played the following –

Mel and Kim – That’s the Way It Is
Walk Off the Earth – How It Is
Happy Mondays – Kinky Afro
The Beatles – Day Tripper
Billie Marten – Creature of Mine
Years and Years – Starstruck
Blur – There’s No Other Way
Oscar Lang- Stuck
Tramp Stamps – I’d Rather Die
The Specials – A Message to You Rudy
Rag ‘n’ Bone Man and Pink – Anywhere Away From Here
Inhaler – We Have To Move On
R.E.M. – The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite
Madonna – Express Yourself
NWA – Express Yourself
Tourniquet -Zeitklein
The Killers – When You Were Young
Supertramp – Give A Little Bit
BAXTR – In Pop We Trust
The Isley Brothers – Summer Breeze
Dick Dent – Click Of The Fingers
Michael Sembello – Maniac
Paul Weller – Shades Of Blue
New Order – Regret
A-Ha – The Sun Always Shines on T.V.
Whitney Houston – How Will I Know
Curiosity Killed The Cat – Misfit
Climbing Trees – Troubling Times
Arctic Monkeys – Knee Socks
Aztec Camera – Somewhere in My Heart
Bee Gees- Tragedy
Diana Ross – Chain Reaction
Alexander O’Neal – Criticize
Rina Sawayama and Elton John – Chosen Family
Prince – Purple Rain
Luther Vandross – If Only For One Night

Blur’s brilliant There’s No Other Way turned 30 years old this week, making me feel very old indeed.  Released on April 15th 1991 it was the bands first top 10 single, reaching number 8

Sunday Breakfast Show – 18/04/2021

Taylor Swift or The Beatles?  Festivals following lockdown, will Hamilton make 100 polls soon, this was just some of the things I gave my thoughts on during the show, and I played the following –

Mel and Kim – That’s the Way It Is
Walk Off the Earth – How It Is
Happy Mondays – Kinky Afro
The Beatles – Day Tripper
Billie Marten – Creature of Mine
Years and Years – Starstruck
Blur – There’s No Other Way
Oscar Lang- Stuck
Tramp Stamps – I’d Rather Die
The Specials – A Message to You Rudy
Rag ‘n’ Bone Man and Pink – Anywhere Away From Here
Inhaler – We Have To Move On
R.E.M. – The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite
Madonna – Express Yourself
NWA – Express Yourself
Tourniquet -Zeitklein
The Killers – When You Were Young
Supertramp – Give A Little Bit
BAXTR – In Pop We Trust
The Isley Brothers – Summer Breeze
Dick Dent – Click Of The Fingers
Michael Sembello – Maniac
Paul Weller – Shades Of Blue
New Order – Regret
A-Ha – The Sun Always Shines on T.V.
Whitney Houston – How Will I Know
Curiosity Killed The Cat – Misfit
Climbing Trees – Troubling Times
Arctic Monkeys – Knee Socks
Aztec Camera – Somewhere in My Heart
Bee Gees- Tragedy
Diana Ross – Chain Reaction
Alexander O’Neal – Criticize
Rina Sawayama and Elton John – Chosen Family
Prince – Purple Rain
Luther Vandross – If Only For One Night

Blur’s brilliant There’s No Other Way turned 30 years old this week, making me feel very old indeed.  Released on April 15th 1991 it was the bands first top 10 single, reaching number 8

Sunday Breakfast Show – 18/04/2021

Taylor Swift or The Beatles?  Festivals following lockdown, will Hamilton make 100 polls soon, this was just some of the things I gave my thoughts on during the show, and I played the following –

Mel and Kim – That’s the Way It Is
Walk Off the Earth – How It Is
Happy Mondays – Kinky Afro
The Beatles – Day Tripper
Billie Marten – Creature of Mine
Years and Years – Starstruck
Blur – There’s No Other Way
Oscar Lang- Stuck
Tramp Stamps – I’d Rather Die
The Specials – A Message to You Rudy
Rag ‘n’ Bone Man and Pink – Anywhere Away From Here
Inhaler – We Have To Move On
R.E.M. – The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite
Madonna – Express Yourself
NWA – Express Yourself
Tourniquet -Zeitklein
The Killers – When You Were Young
Supertramp – Give A Little Bit
BAXTR – In Pop We Trust
The Isley Brothers – Summer Breeze
Dick Dent – Click Of The Fingers
Michael Sembello – Maniac
Paul Weller – Shades Of Blue
New Order – Regret
A-Ha – The Sun Always Shines on T.V.
Whitney Houston – How Will I Know
Curiosity Killed The Cat – Misfit
Climbing Trees – Troubling Times
Arctic Monkeys – Knee Socks
Aztec Camera – Somewhere in My Heart
Bee Gees- Tragedy
Diana Ross – Chain Reaction
Alexander O’Neal – Criticize
Rina Sawayama and Elton John – Chosen Family
Prince – Purple Rain
Luther Vandross – If Only For One Night

Blur’s brilliant There’s No Other Way turned 30 years old this week, making me feel very old indeed.  Released on April 15th 1991 it was the bands first top 10 single, reaching number 8

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