Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (3/11/18)


The Slits

“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.

HOUR 1
Revolting Cocks, “Crackin’ Up” (Linger Ficken’ Good)
The Mission, “Amelia” (Carved in Sand)
The Cult, “Love” (Love)
Strawberry Switchblade, “Deep Water” (Strawberry Switchblade)
My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult, “After the Flesh” (The Crow soundtrack)
The Teardrop Explodes, “Treason” (Kilimanjaro)
The The, “Infected” (12-Inch Remix) (45 RPM: The Singles)
Red Lorry Yellow Lorry, “Push” (Talk About the Weather)
Peter Murphy, “The Scarlet Thing In You” (Cascade)
Cabaret Voltaire, “Ghost Talk” (Technology: Western Re-Works 1992)
A Certain Ratio, “Knife Slits Water” (7-Inch) (Sextet)
Lords of the New Church, “Holy War” (The Lords of the New Church)
Love and Rockets, “Kundalini Express” (Express)

HOUR 2
The Slits, “Typical Girls” (Cut)
Pailhead, “Ballad” (Side Trax)
The Glove, “Punish Me With Kisses” (Blue Sunshine)
The Damned, “The Limit Club” (The Chiswick Singles)
Fad Gadget, “One Man’s Meat” (Gag)
Shriekback, “This Big Hush” (Oil & Gold)
Cocteau Twins, “In the Gold Dust Rush” (Head Over Heels)
1,000 Homo DJs, “Supernaut” (Side Trax)
Kate Bush, “The Big Sky” (Hounds of Love)
Bauhaus, “In Fear of Dub” (Mask)
Nine Inch Nails, “Metal” (Remix Version) (Things Falling Apart)
The Jesus and Mary Chain, “Far Gone and Out” (Arc Weld Mix) (Honey’s Dead: Expanded Edition)
Front 242, “Terminal State” (Front By Front)

HOUR 3
The Sisters of Mercy, “Walk Away” (First and Last and Always)
The Wolfgang Press, “Kansas” (Bird Wood Cage)
Iron Curtain, “Television Saved My Life” (Artifact)
Depeche Mode, “In Your Room” (Songs of Faith and Devotion)
New Order, “In a Lonely Place” (Movement)
Modern English, “Carry Me Down” (After the Snow)
Clan of Xymox, “After the Call” (Medusa)
Escape With Romeo, “Physical” (Escape With Romeo)
The Cure, “The Funeral Party” (Faith)
Siouxsie and the Banshees, “Cascade” (A Kiss in the Dreamhouse)
Felt, “Primitive Painters” (Ignite the Seven Cannons)
The Smiths, “Some Girls are Bigger Than Others” (The Queen is Dead)
Super Heroines, “Children of the Light” (Anthology 1982-1985)
Joy Division, “Dead Souls” (Heart and Soul)

 

Got a request for next week? Drop it in the comments below.

 

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12 Comments

  • Daibh

    The Ubitquitous Mr. Lovegrove, from Dead Can Dance

     
  • Rick Parker

    My Bloody Valentine, “All I Need” (Isn’t Anything)
    Nine Inch Nails, “Get Down Make Love” (Pretty Hate Machine)
    The Cure, “One Hundred Years” (Pornography)

     
  • Mat Gillespie

    Great Show as alway Matt.

    Loved the songs by Felt, Xymox, and Siouxsie… all good stuf.

    For next week:
    This Mortal Coil- Firebrothers
    The Cure- Give Me It

     
  • Cool, you played Cabaret Voltaire’s “Ghost Talk” – all 8 minutes of it – thanks ! Also, you think you’ve heard it all before, since most of this stuff is decades old, but the most refreshing part of listening to this great show is hearing stuff you’ve never heard before … and liking it. That A Certain Ratio song was excellent ! Can’t believe I never heard it before. OK, for next week, how about something from this list :

    Front 242 – Masterblaster
    Love & Rockets – If There’s A Heaven Above (Canada Mix)
    Clan of Xymox – Into Extremes
    And Also the Trees – Shrine

     
  • Glenn Page

    Great show as usual! My requests for next week

    Tones on Tail! – Go
    The Church – Constant in Opal
    Clan of Xymox – Stranger

     
  • glenn

    Dukes of the Stratosphere -25 o’clock

     
  • Hi Matt,

    How about:
    Curcible by Skinny Puppy
    Burning in Water, Drowning in Flame by Skrew
    Pagan Lovesong by Virgin Prunes

    Thanks Matt!

     
  • Joy Division Autosuggestion
    Depeche Mode The Landscape is Changing

     
  • Christine

    Love this show. Could you please play “Do you believe in the West world” by Theatre of Hate??

     
  • Jeffa

    Skinny puppy:burnt with water

     
  • Burney

    Just got a chance to listen to the show, Thanks for the Teardrop Explodes and Iron Curtain

     
 

 

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