Dark Wave Playlists, Radio — November 21, 2010 at 11:24 pm

Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave,’ 11/21/10

Sirius XM's 1st Wave

If it’s Sunday night again, that means one things: time to check in with the playlist from “Dark Wave,” the weekly “darker side of alternative” show on Sirius XM’s 1st Wave. This week’s episode features a pretty routine lineup, with notable appearances by a pair of lesser-played Depeche Mode tracks (“Monument,” off A Broken Frame, and Violator-era B-side “Sea of Sin”) — plus the return of the always-out-of-place Puscifer.

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

See full ‘Dark Wave’ playlist after the jump…

Playlist: Sirius XM’s “Dark Wave,” 11/21/10

Swans, “Love Will Tear Us Apart”
The Smiths, “Unloveable”
Stranglers, “Skin Deep”
Bauhaus, “Adrenalin”
Duran Duran, “The Chauffeur”
Cabaret Voltaire, “Sensoria”
Damned, “The Shadow of Love (The Ten Inches of Hell Mix)”
Nine Inch Nails, “Dead Souls”
Siouxsie and the Banshees, “Face to Face”
Camouflage, “Love is a Shield”
Anne Clark, “Our Darkness”
Depeche Mode, “Sea of Sin (Sensoria)”
Ministry, “Revenge”
The Cure, “The Figurehead”
The Jesus and Mary Chain, “Head On”
Yaz, “In My Room”
Killing Joke, “Change”
Morrissey, “You’re Gonna Need Someone On Your Side”
The Sugarcubes, “Hit”
T.S.O.L., “Flowers By the Door”
Puscifer, “Sour Grapes (Late for Dinner)”
Death Cult, “Christians”
New Order, “Thieves Like Us”
Cocteau Twins, “Blood Bitch”
Depeche Mode, “Monument”
Lords of the New Church, “Russian Roulette”
Giorgio Moroder, “Leopard Tree Dream”
Siouxsie and the Banshees, “Slowdive”
The Cure, “The Baby Screams”
Killing Joke, “Love Like Blood”
Public Image Ltd., “Disappointed”
Laibach, “Sympathy for the Devil”
Gene Loves Jezebel, “Break the Chain”
The Smiths, “Cemetry Gates”
Gary Numan, “I Die: You Die”
Frankie Goes to Hollywood, “The Power of Love”
Love and Rockets,
“Kundalini Express”\\


One Comment

  1. Don’t particularly see the Stranglers fit very well on Dark Wave. I love that they played a ’90s Moz song, though; they tend to not play much music that’s not from the 80’s unless it’s Nine Inch Nails or Puscifer.

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