Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (8/19/18)


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“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
Bauhaus, “Telegram Sam” (Bauhaus 1979–1983)
Depeche Mode, “Fragile Tension” (Songs of the Universe)
Douglas J. McCarthy, “Move On” (Kill Your Friends)
Anne Clark, “Our Darkness” (Joined Up Writing)
Xmal Deuthschland, “Incubus Succubus II” (Tocsin)
Shriekback, “My Spine (Is the Bass Line)” (The Dancing Years)
ESG, “Moody (Cut Down)” (Come Away with ESG)
Joy Division, “Dead Souls” (The Best Of)
Revolting Cocks, “Drums Along the Carbide” (Trax! Rarities)
Ministry, “So What” (The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste)
The Jesus and Mary Chain, “Far Gone and Out” (The Arc Weld Mix) (Honey’s Dead)
Marc Almond featuring Siouxsie Sioux, “Threat of Love” (Open All Night)
Front 242, “Welcome to Paradise” (Front By Front)

HOUR 2
Tubeway Army, “Replicas” (Replicas)
Japan, “Fall in Love With Me” (In Vogue)
New Order, “Everything’s Gone Green” (Substance)
Colourbox, “Just Give Em Whiskey” (Best of Colourbox)
The Cure, “Kyoto Song” (The Head on the Door)
The Damned, “Neat Neat Neat” (Peel Session) (Damned Damned Damned)
Tones on Tail, “The Never Never (Is Forever)” (Weird Pop)
Theatre of Hate, “Do You Believe in the Westworld” (Westworld)
Southern Death Cult, “All Glory” (The Southern Death Cult)
Acid Horse, “No Name No Slogan” (Side Trax)
Abecedarians, “Panic in Needle Park” (Resin)
Meat Beat Manifesto, “Everything Counts” (For the Masses)
My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult, “X-Communication” (I See Good Spirits and I See Bad Spirits)

HOUR 3
Siouxsie and the Banshees, “Happy House” (Live) (At the BBC)
The Mighty Lemon Drops, “Inside Out” (World Without End)
The The, “Kingdom of Rain” (Mind Bomb)
Steve Kilbey, “Pretty Ugly, Pretty Sad” (Unearthed)
Dalis Car, “Sound Cloud” (InGladAloneness)
Daniel Ash, “Get Out of Control” (Foolish Thing Desire)
Felt, “Primitive Painters” (Ignite the Seven Cannons)
The Smiths, “Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others” (The Queen is Dead)
Echo & The Bunnymen, “Blue Blue Ocean” (Echo & The Bunnymen)
Pigface, “Suck” (Gub)
Nitzer Ebb, “Family Man” (Ebbhead)
Martin L. Gore, “In a Manner of Speaking” (Counterfeit EP)
The Sisters of Mercy, “Black Planet” (First and Last and Always)
Nine Inch Nails, “Get Down, Make Love” (Pretty Hate Machine: Expanded Edition)

 

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6 Comments

  • Charles Gilliland

    PLaylist for this show, or as close as I could get it. Keep circulating the tapes! ;) https://open.spotify.com/user/bitrott/playlist/6wXo4dKjNQNBC7ou1dGFtJ?si=Uxg3thS8T_WC-XX2YohRKA

     
  • Bryant

    B-Movie – Nowhere Girl

    The Police – Invisible Sun

     
  • David

    Very good to hear The Mighty Lemon Drops. Also…”Blue Blue Ocean” from Echo & the Bunnymen is a powerful track.

     
  • Kimmi

    Great show last night!

     
  • Hi Matt, thanks for another great show. Good to hear the Daniel Ash and Japan songs, plus it’s always a great show when I hear my favorite song of all-time (Everything’s Gone Green by New Order). Some suggestions for next time :

    Peter Murphy – I’ve Got a Miniature Secret Camera
    Sisters of Mercy – Burn
    New Order – Too Late
    Clan of Xymox – Doubts
    And Also the Trees – Secret Sea

    Thank you.

     
  • Burney

    Great show. Loved the Abcedarians track especially.

    How about maybe for next week:

    ‘O’Malley’s Bar’ by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds off of Murder Ballads

    ‘Happy’ by Red Lorry Yellow Lorry off Talk About the Weather

    ‘It’ll Chew You Up and Spit You Out’ by Concrete Blonde off their first album. In that vein, have you ever done a show or segment about alternate versions of songs by the same band? Sort of like the way this one is basically an alternate version of Still In Hollywood? Just curious.

    Anyway, thanks

     
 

 

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