Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (4/15/18)


Love and Rockets

“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
Lords of the New Church, “Goin’ Downtown” (Is Nothing Sacred?)
Love and Rockets, “Mirror People” (Live) (Assorted!)
Nitzer Ebb, “Getting Closer” (Showtime)
Christian Death, “Romeo’s Distress” (Only Theatre of Pain)
The Jesus and Mary Chain, “Her Way of Praying” (Automatic)
The Cult, “Black Angel” (Love)
The Chameleons, “Time, The End of Time” (Strange Days)
Concrete Blonde, “Mexican Moon” (Mexican Moon)
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, “Do You Love Me?” (Let Love In)
Ministry, “So What” (The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste)
Revolting Cocks, “(Let’s Get) Physical” (Side Trax)
Tubeway Army, “Down in the Park” (Replicas)
X, “Under the Big Black Sun” (Under the Big Black Sun)

HOUR 2
Bauhaus, “Hair of the Dog” (Mask)
Nine Inch Nails, “March of the Pigs” (The Downward Spiral)
Schnitt Acht, “He Bought the Farm” (Subhuman Minds)
Eleven Pond, “Tear and Cinnamon” (Bas Relief)
The Cure, “Untitled” (Disintegration)
Tones on Tail, “War” (Weird Pop)
Cabaret Voltaire, “Do Right” (Mirco-Phonies)
The The, “Perfect” (Original 7-Inch Version) (45 RPM The Singles)
The Bolshoi, “A Way II” (Away)
Alien Sex Fiend, “Dead and Re-Buried” (Acid Bath)
New Order, “Lonesome Tonight” (12-Inch Version) (Power, Corruption & Lies)
Section 25, “Girls Don’t Count” (Always Now)
The Mission, “Severina” (Gods Own Medicine)

HOUR 3
Siouxsie and the Banshees, “Dazzle” (Hyaena)
The Sisters of Mercy, “First and Last and Always” (First and Last and Always)
Ultravox, “Visions in Blue” (Quartet)
Depeche Mode, “Dangerous” (7-Inch Version) (Personal Jesus)
Killing Joke, “Wardance” (Killing Joke)
Dalis Car, “His Box” (The Waking Hour)
Cocteau Twins, “Lorelei” (Treasure)
Ghost Dance, “Walk in My Shadow” (Stop the World)
Joy Division, “Decades” (Closer)
Skinny Puppy, “Stairs and Flowers” (The Singles Collect)
Dead Can Dance, “Opium” (Anastasis)
Echo & The Bunnymen, “Crystal Days” (Ocean Blue)
Flesh for Lulu, “Seven Hail Marys” (Fresh Flesh)
The Smiths, “Miserable Lie” (The Smiths)

 

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

 

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15 Comments

  • Mat Gillespie

    Omg! Epic show tonight…. hearing Opium over the radio was outstanding… so good…. Dalis Car was killer as well.. and Lorelei- wow! Dazzle, Down In the Park, decades… all great tunes! Love it all!

    For next week:

    The Cure – M
    Cocteau Twins- Mussette and Drums
    This Mortal Coil – Acid Bitter and Sad
    Dead Can Dance- Musica Eternal

     
  • Rick Parker

    Great show again Matt!

    Joy Division, “A Means To A End” (Closer)
    The Cure, “Plainsong” (Disintegration)
    Bauhaus, “Stigmata Martyr” (In The Flat Field)
    The The, “Song Without An Ending” (Burning Blue Soul)
    Love And Rockets, “Motorcycle” (Love And Rockets)

    Thanks as always.

     
  • Matthew Gurrola

    Some ideas for next week:

    The Creatures – But Not Them

    Current 93 – Lucifer Over London

    Iggy Pop – Mass Production

     
  • nicci

    If only you made weekly spotify playlists of your setlists! (hint hint) :-)

     
    • The show is on Sirius “Demand,” for 2 weeks after the broadcast in case you missed it.

      Please play “Happy to See Me,” by Red Lorry Yellow Lorry

       
  • Matt, thanks for playing my New Order request. Some suggestions for next week :

    Front 242 : Animal (Guide)
    Xymox : Obsession
    Japan : Taking Islands in Africa
    Meat Beat Manifesto : Helter Skelter
    Section 25 : Visitation (also thanks for playing the Ian Curtis produced “Girls Don’t Count” on Sunday night !)

    And I know it’s mostly instrumental, but anything from the Front Line Assembly side-project “Intermix” would be fantastic.

    Thanks again !

     
  • Great show!

     
  • Kimmi

    Great show! Thank you :)

     
  • El Arreglardo

    Righteous Skinny Puppy selection Matt!

     
  • Traci

    Hey Matt,

    Great show thanks for playing Mirror People and Dangerous! I was excited to hear two of my requests in the show.

    This week could you play If Only Tonight We Could Sleep – Kiss Me, Kiss Μe, Kiss Me – The Cure

    Traci

     
  • David D

    Great playlist!

     
  • Hey Matt,

    I know you love covers so how about “Man on the Silver Mountain” by His Name is Alive – a dreamy take on the Rainbow rocker?

    Thanks!
    Bob

     
  • Jason

    “Jacob Fleet” by And Also The Trees, please!

     
  • GORDON SCHAFER

    Love your show. Suggestions:
    PJ Harvey-Ministry of Defence
    Stranglers-All roads lead to Rome
    X-Blue Spark
    And if it not too far out of the box……..
    Rammstein-Haifisch and Rosenrot, I find Rammstein to sound closer to Nine Inch nails and Ministry at times than Metal, and I have grown to really like them.

     
 

 

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