Friday, September 12, 2008

September 12, 2008

Another good show - I was around for the whole thing for a change :-) For a video made to part of David's 9/11 tribute from last night's show, go to:

Civilian's YouTube Video

Alarm - Rain In The Summertime
Autograph - Turn Up The Radio
Be Bop Deluxe - Electrical Language
Boys Brigade - Into The Flow
Bronski Beat - Smalltown Boy (1994)
Cabaret Voltaire - Crackdown
Cake - Sheep Go To Heaven
Chameleons - Swamp Thing
China Crisis - African & White
City Boy - 5,000 Years/Don't Know Can't Tell
Clash - Police on My Back
Crystal Method - Name Of The Game
Darkroom - San Paku
Dee Long - Good Night Universe
Depeche Mode - Blasphemous Rumours
Diodes - Jenny's In A Sleep World
Dr. John - I Walk On Guilded Splinters
Echo & the Bunnymen - Bring On The Dancing Horses
Elsiane - Prosaic
Frank Zappa - Happy Together
Front Line Assemby (?) - New Year's Day (I'm pretty sure that David ID'd this cover of U2 with a female vocal as by FLA, but not 100%)
Genesis - The Cinema Show
Golden Dogs - Saints At The Gates
Hard-Fi - Suburban Knights
Ian McCulloch - The Prettiest Star
James Collins - He's Planning His Funeral
Japan - Life In Tokyo
Jeff Wayne - Thunder Child
Jesus & Mary Chain - Head On
Jimi Hendrix - Rainy Day, Dream Away
John Martyn - I'd Rather Be The Devil
National Velvet - Sex Gorilla
Pink Floyd - Pigs (Three Different Ones)
Priddle Concern - Dive
Prodigy - Their Law (Fearturing Pop Will Eat Itself)
Rialto - Monday Morning 5:19
Robert Hazard - Escalator Of Life
Rough Trade - Shaking the Foundations
Rymes With Orange - Marvin
Satellite Party - Wish Upon a Dog Star
Simply Red - Positively 4th Street
Slave to the SQUAREwave - Hopeless Believers
Slave to the SQUAREwave - New York's a Go-Go
Spoken Word - Shoes For Industry
Spoons - 2,000 Years
Status Quo - In the Army Now
Stranglers - Skin Deep
Tantric - Paranoid
Tom Robinson Band - 2-4-6-8 Motorway
Undertones - My Perfect Cousin
Vitamin Z - Circus Ring
Water Walk - Never Leaving Eden Again
Who - Eminence Front

Note: tracks above are presented in alphabetical order rather than the order they were played. Anything that couldn't be partially ID'd isn't included.

1 comment:

Miss Parker said...

I was very taken by the version of "Smalltown Boy" that David played last night. It was more introspective and emotionally low-keyed than the original. Was surprised to see that it was done by Bronski Beat as I had (wrongly) assumed it was a cover.