Dark Wave Playlists, Radio — October 10, 2010 at 11:46 pm

Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave,’ 10/10/10

1st Wave

Tonight’s installment of “Dark Wave” — the weekly Sunday night show on Sirius XM’s ’80s alternative station 1st Wave — featured a few nice surprises, including a live version of Depeche Mode non-album cut “Death’s Door,” rare appearances by Fad Gadget (“Collapsing New People”) and Misfits (“London Dungeon”), and, as requested last week, a House of Love track that’s not “Christine” (that would be, this week anyway, “Destroy the Heart”).

“Dark Wave” airs each Sunday from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Eastern/7 p.m. to 10 p.. Pacific.

See full ‘Dark Wave’ playlist after the jump…

Playlist: Sirius XM’s “Dark Wave,” 10/10/10

Love and Rockets, “The Light”
Passions, “I’m In Love With a German Film Star”
The Cure, “Subway Song”
Frankie Goes to Hollywood, “Welcome to the Pleasuredome”
Ministry, “What He Say”
Skinny Puppy, “Testure (S.F. Mix)”
Duran Duran, “The Chauffeur”
Peter Murphy, “The Line Between the Devil’s Teeth”
Joy Division, “She’s Lost Control”
The House of Love, “Destroy the Heart”
Public Image Ltd., “Rise”
Misfits, “London Dungeon”
Depeche Mode, “Pleasure, Little Treasure”
Swans, “Saved”
The Smiths, “Half a Person”
Sinead O’Connor, “Jerusalem”
The Cult, “Nirvana”
Cocteau Twins, “Ivo”
The Cure, “The Walk (Everything Mix)”
The Sisters of Mercy, “Flood II”
The Church, “Tantalized”
Crash Baptists, “One By One”
The The, “Love is Stronger Than Death”
Fad Gadget, “Collapsing New People”
Depeche Mode, “Death’s Door (Live)”
Duran Duran, “Night Boat”
Peter Murphy, “Marlene Dietrich’s Favorite Poem”
Stranglers, “Golden Brown”
Underworld, “Underneath the Radar”
The Smiths, “Meat is Murder”
The Mission U.K., “Severina”
Nitzer Ebb, “One Man’s Burden”
The Jesus and Mary Chain, “Happy When It Rains”
The Cult, “She Sells Sanctuary”
The Sisters of Mercy, “Alice”
The Cure, “Fascination Street”
Siouxsie and the Banshees, “Dazzle”


One Comment

  1. I would love to see more recent stuff on Dark Wave. I know they’ve had some recent Bauhaus tracks and stuff like that, but I’d love to see a lot more of that, alongside some more recent Dark-Wave sounding acts, like Jill Tracy or IAMX. I think that would make the playlist more well-rounded.

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