Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (7/30/17)

“Dark Wave,” hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs’ Matt Sebastian, airs 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. EDT every Sunday on Sirius XM satellite radio’s 1st Wave (Channel 33). The most recent two episodes also are available via Sirius XM’s On Demand service for online subscribers.

Pictured: Soft Cell

The Cure, “Sinking” (The Head on the Door)
Ministry, “Breathe” (The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste)
The Jesus and Mary Chain, “Coast to Coast” (Alternate Take) (Automatic: Expanded Edition)
Peter Murphy, “Deep Ocean Vast Sea” (Deep)
Lead Into Gold, “Faster Than Light” (Side Trax)
Echo & The Bunnymen, “All That Jazz” (Crocodiles)
Kate Bush, “Hounds of Love” (Hounds of Love)
The Lucy Show, “The White Space” (…Undone)
Alan Vega, “Saturn Drive” (Saturn Strip)
Alien Sex Fiend, “I’m Doing Time in a Maximum Security Twilight Home” (Maximum Security)
Christian Death, “Down in the Park” (Live) (The Iron Mask)
Cabaret Voltaire, “Sex, Money, Freaks” (C.O.D.E.)
The Cult, “She Sells Sanctuary” (Howling Mix) (Love: Expanded Edition)

Siouxsie and the Banshees, “Happy House” (Live) (At the BBC)
Spear of Destiny, “Never Take Me Alive” (Time of Our Lives)
UK Viva, “Mr. Mystery” (Radio Saviour)
Nitzer Ebb, “Smear Body” (That Total Age)
The Boys Next Door, “These Boots Are Made For Walking” (Lethal Weapons)
Red Lorry Yellow Lorry, “Chance” (The Very Best Of)
Bauhaus, “In Fear of Dub” (Mask: Omnibus Edition)
Morrissey, “The Boy Racer” (Southpaw Grammar)
New Order, “The Him” (Movement)
The Glove, “Sex-Eye-Make-Up” (Blue Sunshine)
Visage, “Mind of a Toy” (Fade to Grey)
The Danse Society, “Hide” (Seduction)
Luxuria, “Redneck” (Unanswerable Lust)
Moskwa TV, “Brave New World” (Razormaid Dub Mix) (Blue Planet)
This Mortal Coil, “Kangaroo” (It’ll End in Tears)
The Naked and the Dead, “The Gate” (The Naked and the Dead)

Depeche Mode, “Dangerous” (7-Inch Version) (Personal Jesus)
Recoil, “Edge to Life” (Bloodline)
The Bollock Brothers, “The Last Supper” (The Best of the Bollocks)
The Sisters of Mercy, “Doctor Jeep” (Vision Thing)
Cocteau Twins, “Five Ten Fiftyfold” (Head Over Heels)
The Chameleons, “Intrigue in Tangiers” (What Does Anything Mean? Basically)
Soft Cell, “Memorabilia” (Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret)
KMFDM, “Don’t Blow Your Top” (Don’t Blow Your Top)
Joy Division, “Leaders of Men” (Heart and Soul)
Au Pairs, “Tongue in Cheek” (Stepping Out of Line)
Dalis Car, “His Box” (The Waking Hour)
The Smiths, “Headmaster Ritual” (Meat is Murder)
The Mission, “Hands Across the Ocean” (Carved in Sand: Expanded Edition)


Requests for next week? Please leave them in the comments below.





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  • Mat Gillespie

    My Bloody Valentine- When You Sleep
    Tones on Tail- Lions
    The Cure- If Only Tonight We Could Sleep
    Dead Can Dance- Musica Eternal
    Love. And Rockets- Mirror People
    Cocteau Twins- Blue Bell Knoll


  • Really great show ! Loved hearing Alien Sex Field, Cabaret Voltaire, and Danse Society to name a few, but a big thanks for playing the RLYL and New Order songs ! “The Him” is such a great song, and after all these years, I still listen to Movement regularly. OK, for next week, may I suggest :
    Kraftwerk : It’s More Fun to Compute
    Lloyd Cole : Brand New Friend
    Cabaret Voltaire : Kino
    Stranglers : Always the Sun
    Love and Rockets : Bound for Hell
    Joy Division : Komakino

  • Howie

    For next week:
    NIN – Burn,
    Cranes -Starblood

  • George Marshall

    Strange Advance -World’s Away.

  • Patrick

    I Control- Meat Beat Manifesto
    Ich Bin Ein Auslander- PWEI


  • kimmi

    Excellent darkwave, Thankyou

  • Kieth

    Another good eclectic set-including The Him-SO under played!
    Speaking of Kate Bush maybe a request for “Sat In Your Lap” “Waking The Witch” or “Experiment IV”…which do you think fits the program best?
    Until December “Heaven” or their version of “Bela Lugosi’s Dead”
    Propaganda “The Murder Of Love”
    Thanks so much for your program !

  • Great show! Request: Face to Face by Siouxsie & the Banshees



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