Dark Wave Playlists, Radio — March 28, 2010 at 10:37 pm

Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave,’ 3/28/10

Sirius XM's 1st Wave

We may have missed last week’s “Dark Wave” on Sirius XM’s 1st Wave, but it seems some things never change: Opening the show with Public Image Ltd.’s “Rise”? Check. Hitting the rest of the weekly playlist staples (The Sisters of Mercy’s “Lucretia, My Reflection,” The Mission UK’s “Wasteland” and Siouxise and the Banshees’ “Slowdive”)? Check, check, check. At least tonight’s installment featured a couple album cuts from The Cure (“If Only Tonight We Could Sleep,” “Disintegration”) and a Depeche Mode rarity (“Death’s Door”) — but otherwise it was a fairly middle-of-the-road and somewhat repetitious playlist.

“Dark Wave” airs each Sunday from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Eastern/7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Pacific.

See full ‘Dark Wave’ playlist after the jump…

Playlist: 1st Wave’s “Dark Wave,” 3/28/10

Public Image Ltd., “Rise”
Morrissey, “Disappointed”
The Mission UK, “Wasteland”
New Order, “Procession”
Joy Division, “She’s Lost Control”
Modern English, “Life in the Gladhouse”
Nitzer Ebb, “Join in the Chant”
Siouxsie and the Banshees, “Slowdive”
Yaz, “Winter Kills”
The Sisters of Mercy, “Lucretia, My Reflection”
Tones on Tail, “There’s Only One”
Visage, “Fade to Grey”
Lords of the New Church, “Livin’ on Livin'”
Depeche Mode, “Death’s Door” (Live)
Jesus and Mary Chain, “Sidewalking”
The Cure, “If Only Tonight We Could Sleep”
Ministry, “Everyday is Halloween”
Specimen, “Kiss Kiss Bang Bang”
The Mission UK, “Tower of Strength”
The Tourists, “Everywhere You Look”
The Smiths, “I Know It’s Over”
Echo & The Bunnymen, “The Killing Moon”
Duran Duran, “Tiger Tiger”
Joy Division, “Dead Souls”
Crash Baptists, “One By One”
The Chameleons, “Swamp Thing”
Damned, “In Dulce Decorum”
The Sisters of Mercy, “This Corrosion”
Cocteau Twins, “Carolyn’s Fingers”
Depeche Mode, “But Not Tonight”
Roxy Music, “The Main Thing”
The Cure, “Disintegration”
The Mission UK, “Serpent’s Kiss”
Skinny Puppy, “Worlock”
Divinyls, “Pleasure & Pain”
Frankie Goes to Hollywood, “Two Tribes”
The Smiths, “Half a Person”
New Order, “1963”

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2 Comments

  1. nice to see the playlist posted.
    are even half these songs considered “goth”? (Chameleons, Divinyls, Duran Duran) back when the Fred channel was on XM, all those songs were part of the regular playlist.

    I sure miss Fred. I’ve found your website trying to find any 80s alternative stations to replace it.

  2. I was listening to this station non stop over the past weekend because the rent a car we had down in Nashville had a satellite radio. I love this station because it was almost like my iPod on shuffle.

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