Dark Wave Playlists, Radio — October 17, 2010 at 11:30 pm

Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave,’ 10/17/10

1st Wave

Notable spins on tonight’s “Dark Wave” — the weekly Sunday night show on Sirius XM’s classic-alt outlet 1st Wave — include two cuts off The Teardrop Explodes just-reissued 1980 debut Kilimanjaro (“When I Dream,” “Poppies in the Field”), a track from Bauhaus’ 2008 reunion album Go Away White (“Endless Summer of the Damned”) and a lesser-played Yazoo album cut (“Winter Kills”).

“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,” 10/17/10

Fad Gadget, “Collapsing New People”
Siouxise and the Banshees, “Cities in Dust”
The Sisters of Mercy, “Marian (Verison)”
The Normal, “Warm Leatherette”
Ministry, “Should Have Known Better”
Skinny Puppy, “Worlock”
The Cult, “Love Removal Machine (Original)”
“Everything That Rises (Must Converge)”
The Smiths, “Cemetery Gates”
Peter Murphy, “You’re So Close”
Depeche Mode, “A Question of Lust”
Modern English, “After the Snow”
Cocteau Twins, “In the Gold Dust Rush”
The Cure, “Lullaby”
The Teardrop Explodes, “When I Dream”
Camouflage, “That Smiling Face”
Bauhaus, “She’s in Parties”
Duran Duran, “Friends of Mine”
Siouxsie and the Banshees, “The Passenger”
The Sugarcubes, “Birthday”
The Jesus and Mary Chain, “Head On”
Yaz, “Winter Kills”
Death Cult, “Horse Nation”
Gruesome Twosome, “Hallucination Generation”
Clan of Xymox, “No Words”
The Smiths, “Hand in Glove”
Tourists, “Everywhere You Look”
Depeche Mode, “Stripped”
The Chameleons, “Swamp Thing”
The Cure, “A Night Like This”
Bauhaus, “Endless Summer of the Damned”
Nitzer Ebb, “Join in the Chant”
The Teardrop Explodes, “Poppies in the Field”
Love and Rockets, “All In My Mind”
Roxy Music, “The Main Thing”
Joy Division, “Dead Souls”
The Sisters of Mercy, “Detonation Boulevard”


One Comment

  1. chris cummins

    Some great choices here, wish I had Sirius to check it out. They seem to really like that Fad Gadget song…and can you blame them?

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