Auto Reverse September October 2013

Well, this is a tad more than just a little embarrassing. We’re not just a couple weeks behind, but, rather, nearly two months late in posting the next installment in the Auto Reverse mixtape series — so late, in fact, that we’ve gone ahead and made it a double.

Below you can stream via Mixcloud, or download, at least for a limited time, four 45-minute sides brimming with great music new and vintage from your favorite ’80s alternative artists. That’s the September and October mixtapes all bundled together into one very belated package.

This double cassette features brand-new music from the Pixies, Mazzy Star, Johnny Marr, The Mission, Tears For Fears and OMD, plus old favorites by the likes of New Order, The Sisters of Mercy, Thomas Dolby, Peter Gabriel, Blondie, The B-52s, Ian McCulloch, Love and Rockets and the Ramones (who we like so much we inadvertently used the same song of theirs twice. Oops).

Check it about below — and enjoy.

 

DOWNLOAD: Auto Reverse — Slicing Up Eyeballs Mixtape (September/October 2013)

 

SIDE A
1. The Cult, “Wildflower” (Manor Sessions)
2. MIdnight Oil, “Only the Strong”
3. Pixies, “Another Toe in the Ocean”
4. The Replacements, “Monkey Gone to Heaven”
5. Ramones, “Pet Sematary”
6. Ian McCulloch, “Candleland”
7. The Sisters of Mercy, “1959″
8. Ministry, “Lay Lady Lay”
9. The Mission, “Sometimes the Brightest Light Comes From the Darkest Place” (MGT4 Remix)
10. New Order, “Sub-Culture”
11. David J, “Can’t Shake the Shadow of Fear”
12. “The Jesus and Mary Chain, “Taste of Cindy”

 

SIDE B
1. Oingo Boingo, “We Close Our Eyes”
2. Fad Gadget, “Collapsing New People”
3. Morrissey, “You Have Killed Me”
4. Mazzy Star, “California”
5. The Jam, “Eton Rifles”
6. Love and Rockets, “Haunted When the Minutes Drag” (Album Version)
7. James, “Born of Frustration”
8. Johnny Marr, “New Town Velocity”
9. Elvis Costello, “Spooky Girlfriend”
10. John Foxx, “Europe After the Rain” (1981 Single Edit)
11. The Church, “Fly”

 

SIDE C
1. XTC, “The Ballad of Peter Pumpkinhead”
2. The The, “The Beat(en) Generation”
3. Tears For Fears, “Ready to Start”
4. Arcade Fire, “Games Without Frontiers”
5. Peter Gabriel, “Mercy Street”
6. Ramones, “Pet Sematary” *
7. The Waterboys, “Fisherman’s Blues” (Alternate)
8. The Wedding Present, “Hand in Glove”
9. Depeche Mode, “Only When I Lose Myself”
10. OMD, “Night Cafe”
11. David Byrne, “Dance on Vaseline”

* You believe this? We actually used the same song twice. Embarrassing.

 

SIDE D
1. Wall of Voodoo, “Ring of Fire”
2. Blondie, “Call Me” (Original Long Version)
3. Joe Jackson, “Beat Crazy”
4. The Go-Betweens, “Right Here”
5. Thomas Dolby, “Airhead”
6. Violent Femmes, “Confessions”
7. Siouxsie and the Banshees, “Cities in Dust” (Live)
8. The B-52s, “Girl From Ipanema Goes to Greenland”
9. The Call, “The Walls Came Down”
10. R.E.M., “(All I’ve Got To Do Is) Dream”

 

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