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Off The Record / 10-12pm / 2nd November

In this week’s show we remembered when The Selector and Elvis Costello collectively thumbed their noses to the radio industry while averting a finger wagging from Ofcom by playing the ‘radio friendly’ version of Sucker by the excellent Midwich Cuckoos. We celebrated two classic Ska albums that were released on the same day back in 1979 and doffed our bucket hat to the best opening lyric in a song EVER from Shaun Ryder and when Slade were film stars. Plus we celebrated Spurs appointing their 4th manager for this year. COYI! All this while featuring two of the greatest covers of all time, getting in the mood for another Soul Weekender, and testing your musical knowledge on lyrics from The Dame and when Ken Boothe and The Police topped the charts?

So, if you missed it because an old friend came in from out of town. Or there was an earthquake. A terrible flood. Locusts! IT WASN’T YOUR FAULT; YOU SWEAR TO GOD!!!!…. Then you can listen to the show by simply clicking on the link below.

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Off The Record - Show 43
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#43 Playlist
U2 – Pride (In The Name Of Love)
Joe Jackson – I’m The Man
The Selector – On My Radio
Elvis Costello & The Attractions – Radio Radio
The Smiths – The Queen Is Dead
Midwich Cuckoos – Sucker (Radio Edit)
The Specials – Concrete Jungle
The Specials – It Doesn’t Make It Alright
Madness – Land Of Hope And Glory
Madness – My Girl
Happy Mondays – Kinky Afro
Yarborough & Peoples – Don’t Stop The Music
Slade – How Does It Feel
The Jam – Down In The Tube Station At Midnight (Off The Record Spursy Mix)
The Jam – The Eton Rifles
Ken Boothe – Everything I Own
The Police – Message In A Bottle
David Bowie – Sorrow
David Bowie – Rosalyn
Duran Duran – Planet Earth
Lou Reed – Walk on the Wild Side
Johnny Cash – Hurt
The Stranglers – Walk on By
Primal Scream – 100% Or Nothing
The Divine Comedy – Timestretched
Edwyn Collins – Gorgeous George
Pulp – Help The Aged

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 2nd November

In this week’s show we remembered when The Selector and Elvis Costello collectively thumbed their noses to the radio industry while averting a finger wagging from Ofcom by playing the ‘radio friendly’ version of Sucker by the excellent Midwich Cuckoos. We celebrated two classic Ska albums that were released on the same day back in 1979 and doffed our bucket hat to the best opening lyric in a song EVER from Shaun Ryder and when Slade were film stars. Plus we celebrated Spurs appointing their 4th manager for this year. COYI! All this while featuring two of the greatest covers of all time, getting in the mood for another Soul Weekender, and testing your musical knowledge on lyrics from The Dame and when Ken Boothe and The Police topped the charts?

So, if you missed it because an old friend came in from out of town. Or there was an earthquake. A terrible flood. Locusts! IT WASN’T YOUR FAULT; YOU SWEAR TO GOD!!!!…. Then you can listen to the show by simply clicking on the link below.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 43
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#43 Playlist
U2 – Pride (In The Name Of Love)
Joe Jackson – I’m The Man
The Selector – On My Radio
Elvis Costello & The Attractions – Radio Radio
The Smiths – The Queen Is Dead
Midwich Cuckoos – Sucker (Radio Edit)
The Specials – Concrete Jungle
The Specials – It Doesn’t Make It Alright
Madness – Land Of Hope And Glory
Madness – My Girl
Happy Mondays – Kinky Afro
Yarborough & Peoples – Don’t Stop The Music
Slade – How Does It Feel
The Jam – Down In The Tube Station At Midnight (Off The Record Spursy Mix)
The Jam – The Eton Rifles
Ken Boothe – Everything I Own
The Police – Message In A Bottle
David Bowie – Sorrow
David Bowie – Rosalyn
Duran Duran – Planet Earth
Lou Reed – Walk on the Wild Side
Johnny Cash – Hurt
The Stranglers – Walk on By
Primal Scream – 100% Or Nothing
The Divine Comedy – Timestretched
Edwyn Collins – Gorgeous George
Pulp – Help The Aged

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 2nd November

In this week’s show we remembered when The Selector and Elvis Costello collectively thumbed their noses to the radio industry while averting a finger wagging from Ofcom by playing the ‘radio friendly’ version of Sucker by the excellent Midwich Cuckoos. We celebrated two classic Ska albums that were released on the same day back in 1979 and doffed our bucket hat to the best opening lyric in a song EVER from Shaun Ryder and when Slade were film stars. Plus we celebrated Spurs appointing their 4th manager for this year. COYI! All this while featuring two of the greatest covers of all time, getting in the mood for another Soul Weekender, and testing your musical knowledge on lyrics from The Dame and when Ken Boothe and The Police topped the charts?

So, if you missed it because an old friend came in from out of town. Or there was an earthquake. A terrible flood. Locusts! IT WASN’T YOUR FAULT; YOU SWEAR TO GOD!!!!…. Then you can listen to the show by simply clicking on the link below.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 43
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#43 Playlist
U2 – Pride (In The Name Of Love)
Joe Jackson – I’m The Man
The Selector – On My Radio
Elvis Costello & The Attractions – Radio Radio
The Smiths – The Queen Is Dead
Midwich Cuckoos – Sucker (Radio Edit)
The Specials – Concrete Jungle
The Specials – It Doesn’t Make It Alright
Madness – Land Of Hope And Glory
Madness – My Girl
Happy Mondays – Kinky Afro
Yarborough & Peoples – Don’t Stop The Music
Slade – How Does It Feel
The Jam – Down In The Tube Station At Midnight (Off The Record Spursy Mix)
The Jam – The Eton Rifles
Ken Boothe – Everything I Own
The Police – Message In A Bottle
David Bowie – Sorrow
David Bowie – Rosalyn
Duran Duran – Planet Earth
Lou Reed – Walk on the Wild Side
Johnny Cash – Hurt
The Stranglers – Walk on By
Primal Scream – 100% Or Nothing
The Divine Comedy – Timestretched
Edwyn Collins – Gorgeous George
Pulp – Help The Aged

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 2nd November

In this week’s show we remembered when The Selector and Elvis Costello collectively thumbed their noses to the radio industry while averting a finger wagging from Ofcom by playing the ‘radio friendly’ version of Sucker by the excellent Midwich Cuckoos. We celebrated two classic Ska albums that were released on the same day back in 1979 and doffed our bucket hat to the best opening lyric in a song EVER from Shaun Ryder and when Slade were film stars. Plus we celebrated Spurs appointing their 4th manager for this year. COYI! All this while featuring two of the greatest covers of all time, getting in the mood for another Soul Weekender, and testing your musical knowledge on lyrics from The Dame and when Ken Boothe and The Police topped the charts?

So, if you missed it because an old friend came in from out of town. Or there was an earthquake. A terrible flood. Locusts! IT WASN’T YOUR FAULT; YOU SWEAR TO GOD!!!!…. Then you can listen to the show by simply clicking on the link below.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 43
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#43 Playlist
U2 – Pride (In The Name Of Love)
Joe Jackson – I’m The Man
The Selector – On My Radio
Elvis Costello & The Attractions – Radio Radio
The Smiths – The Queen Is Dead
Midwich Cuckoos – Sucker (Radio Edit)
The Specials – Concrete Jungle
The Specials – It Doesn’t Make It Alright
Madness – Land Of Hope And Glory
Madness – My Girl
Happy Mondays – Kinky Afro
Yarborough & Peoples – Don’t Stop The Music
Slade – How Does It Feel
The Jam – Down In The Tube Station At Midnight (Off The Record Spursy Mix)
The Jam – The Eton Rifles
Ken Boothe – Everything I Own
The Police – Message In A Bottle
David Bowie – Sorrow
David Bowie – Rosalyn
Duran Duran – Planet Earth
Lou Reed – Walk on the Wild Side
Johnny Cash – Hurt
The Stranglers – Walk on By
Primal Scream – 100% Or Nothing
The Divine Comedy – Timestretched
Edwyn Collins – Gorgeous George
Pulp – Help The Aged

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