Auto Reverse, Mixtape — September 4, 2012 at 9:00 am

Download: Auto Reverse — Slicing Up Eyeballs Mixtape (September 2012)

Hey, what do you know? It’s September. How about a new installment in our monthly series of Auto Reverse mixtapes — two 45-minute slabs of music to help get you over the post-Labor Day blues. Below, you can stream or download the two sides, brimming with vintage ’80s college rock goodness and some fresh new tracks.

This month’s tape includes brand-new music from Bob Mould, Pet Shop Boys and Kate Bush, plus some beloved older tunes by the likes of Wire, The House of Love, The Stranglers, Game Theory, That Petrol Emotion, Ramones, Electrafixtion, Sonic Youth and The The.

Check it about below — and enjoy.



Tracklist: Auto Reverse — Slicing Up Eyeballs Mixtape (September 2012)

1. Bob Mould, “The Descent”
2. Sonic Youth, “The Disappearer”
3. Ramones, “Needles and Pins” (Jack Nitzsche/Sonny Bono)
4. The The, “This is the Day” (Disinfected Version)
5, Simple Minds, “Thirty Frames a Second”
6, Kate Bush, “Running Up That Hill” (2012 Remix)
7. Electrafixion, “Zephyr”
8. The House of Love, “Purple Killer Rose”
9. Morrissey and Siouxsie, “Interlude”
10. Wire, “Ahead”
11. David Byrne, “These Boots are Made for Walkin'” (Lee Hazelwood)

1. Pet Shop Boys, “I Started a Joke (Bee Gees)
2. Erasure, “A Little Respect”
3. Monaco, “What Do You Want From Me”
4. The Stranglers, “Always the Sun” (Original 7-inch Edit)
5. The Sugarcubes, “Planet”
6. Shona Laing, “Soviet Snow”
7. Laibach, “Warm Leatherette” (The Normal)
8. That Petrol Emotion, “V2”
9. Game Theory, “Erica’s Word”
10. The Gun Club, “Ghost on the Highway”
11. David Bowie, “Day In Day Out”
12. Love Spit Love, “How Soon is Now?” (The Smiths)







  1. Thank you very much Matt. I meant to tell you last month, Happy Anniversary with the Auto Reverse as you started in August 2011! Thanks for all the wonderful tunes and news.

  2. These are always so good! Thanks for the consistency :-D

  3. Love hearing the Moz/Siouxsie duet (I forgot I actually own this on import CD). Also love hearing Ian McCullough’s brief side project Electrafixion (got that import EP too).

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