Echo & The Bunnymen

“Dark Wave,” hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs’ Matt Sebastian, airs 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Eastern 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.


Killing Joke, “Change” (Killing Joke)
Lard, “Hellfudge” (Power of Lard)
A Split-Second, “Mambo Witch” (12-Inch Version) (…From the Inside)
Ministry, “We Believe” (Twitch)
KMFDM, “Money” (Money)
The Sisters of Mercy, “Marian” (First and Last and Always)
Fields of the Nephilim, “Chord of Souls” (The Nephilim)
Asylum Party, “Play Alone” (Borderline)
Tones on Tail, “Go!” (Club Mix) (Everything!)
My Bloody Valentine, “New You” (m b v)
Lush, “Hey Hey Helen” (Gala)
Felt, “Penelope Tree” (Gold Mine Trash)
Kitchens of Distinction, “Hammer” (Love is Hell)

The Cure, “Charlotte Sometimes” (Faith)
And Also the Trees, “Talk Without Words” (And Also the Trees)
Cocteau Twins and Harold Budd, “She Will Destroy You” (The Moon and the Melodies)
Simple Minds, “Love Song” (Sons and Fascination/Sister Feelings Call)
Martin L. Gore, “Gone” (Counterfeit EP)
Meat Beat Manifesto, “Dogstar Man-Helter Skelter” (90%)
Coil, “Windowpaine” (Love’s Secret Domain)
Cabaret Voltaire, “Ghost Talk” (Drinking Gasoline)
The The, “The Beat(en) Generation” (Mind Bomb)
The Smiths, “What She Said” (Meat Is Murder)
Crime and the City Solution, “Six Bells Chime” (Room of Lights)
Echo & The Bunnymen, “Friction” (Live) (Crystal Days 1979-1999)

Bauhaus, “Spirit in the Sky” (Singles)
Siouxsie and the Banshees, “Slowdive” (Live) (Nocturne)
The Sound, “Unwritten Law” (Jeopardy)
Executive Slacks, “Say It Isn’t So” (Fire and Ice)
PTP, “Rubber Glove Seduction” (Side Trax)
Johnson Engineering Co., “Floorslammer” (Unleash)
Public Image Ltd., “Banging the Door” (The Flowers of Romance)
Joy Division, “Decades” (Closer)
Depeche Mode, “John the Revelator” (Playing the Angel)
Japan, “Visions of China” (Tin Drum)
Twice a Man, “Battle” (Music for Girls)
Kraftwerk, “Trans Europe Express” (Trans Europe Express)
The Jesus and Mary Chain, “Coast to Coast” (Alternate Take) (Automatic)


Got a request? To be considered for next week’s show, drop it in the comments below by noon Tuesday. Requests will be considered as long as they fit the show’s format and generally within the 1stWave era — and provided the host doesn’t harbor an intense dislike of the song. 





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