Auto Reverse, Mixtape — January 27, 2014 at 10:44 am

Stream/Download: Auto Reverse — Slicing Up Eyeballs Mixtape (January 2014)

Auto Reverse January 2014

Another month, another mixtape: The Auto Reverse series returns for January, with two fresh 45-minute sides that you can stream via Mixcloud, or download, at least for a limited time, courtesy of the link included below. This month’s tape includes new music from The Mission and the Pixies, plus old favorites by the Ramones, Jane’s Addiction, Bauhaus, The Clash, Robyn Hitchcock, Midnight Oil, The Sisters of Mercy, The Church and much more.

Check it about below — and enjoy.


DOWNLOAD: Auto Reverse — Slicing Up Eyeballs Mixtape (January 2014)


1. Ramones, “I Believe in Miracles”
2. INXS, “Listen Like Thieves”
3. Public Image Ltd., “The Order of Death”
4. Julian Cope, “Charlotte Anne”
5. Dukes of Stratosphear, “Vanishing Girl”
6. Robyn Hitchcock and the Egyptians, “Madonna of the Wasps”
7. Talking Heads, “Heaven” (Live)
8. Pixies, “Greens and Blues”
9. The Clash, “(White Man) In Hammersmith Palais” (Live)
10. The Church, “You’re Still Beautiful”
11. The Cult, “Love Removal Machine” (Manor Session)
12. Echo & The Bunnymen, “Paint It Black” (Live)


1. David Bowie, “Panic in Detroit”
2. The Sisters of Mercy, “1969”
3. Folk Implosion, “Natural One” (Acoustic)
4. Midnight Oil, “Sell My Soul”
5. Lloyd Cole and the Commotions, “Rattlesnakes”
6. Aztec Camera, “Oblivious” (12-inch Extended Mix)
7. Jane’s Addiction, “I Would For You” (Demo)
8. The Mission, “Swan Song” (Reconstruction Circa 1984)
9. Depeche Mode, “Lie To Me”
10. Siouxsie and the Banshees, “The Killing Jar” (Live)
11. Bauhaus, “Spirit in the Sky”






  1. Thanks for the mix- Enjoying very much! Especially the Manor Session version of Love Removal Machine!!!

  2. Great as usual. Love the Julian Cope song. Haven’t heard that in a long time. Still holds up, as does most of his work. I always like to throw ideas your way, so think about Kidney Bingos by Wire for the next mix. Another lost classic.

  3. Carlos Salgado

    Think Bauhaus’ track is Spirit, without the ‘in the sky’

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