This episode was tough to get together, as I didn’t want to celebrate a death, I didn’t want to just talk about Peel’s influence on music – especially in the UK, …
This episode was tough to get together, as I didn’t want to celebrate a death, I didn’t want to just talk about Peel’s influence on music – especially in the UK, but inevitably across Europe, so I ended up doing a Peel inspired show – in the way Peel did some of his shows in the 80’s. So it’s a bit of things Peel played a lot of (holy shit, did he love the Fall) and things Peel might’ve been playing were he still alive and working.
I should explicitly mention that the header image is a photo by William Murphy, who shared it under a Creative Commons (CC-SA-BY 2.0) license.
Here’s the playlist:
- Prince Far I – No More War
- Extreme Noise Terror – Carry On Screaming/Conned Through Life
- The KLF w/Extreme Noise Terror – 4 AM Eternal
- Atari Teenage Riot – Destroy 2000 Years of Culture
- Perma War – Człowiek
- PJ Harvey – Sheela Na Gig (Peel Session)
- The Stupids – You Shoulda Listened
- Eddie And the Hot Rods – Do Anything You Wanna Do
- Future Sound of London – We Have Explosive
- The Damned – Love Song (Peel Session)
- The Fall – Hip Priest
- The Undertones – Teenage Kicks
Here’s where you can hear the podcast:
- On Google Play: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9nZW5lcmFsYWRtaXNzaW9uc2hvdy5wb2RiZWFuLmNvbS9mZWVkLw
- On iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/general-admission/id1343625284?fbclid=IwAR3Dc52SEZpCj2WE076YP5pOiosOzxHXqBwHk-x21LSndwwHQ4DTPRAJtzE&mt=2
- On Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3TLNN4QAHgh9xQXnGXg9RP
- On Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/general-admission-show/general-admission-3
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