When there’s blood in the streets and the markets are crashing, there’s only ONE THING that can help: MUSIC! I am here for YOU!
Punktronic Disco Dirge – Ep. 34!
Approx. 1 hour and 10 minutes
---Gloria Jones – “Tainted Love” from Tainted Love single (1982) (song originally released in 1965!)
---The Mods – “Ritual” from Hang It Out to Dry! (1994) (song originally released in 1965)
---The Tornados – “Telstar” from The Tornados Play Telstar and Other Great Hits (1962)
---Sex Kino – “Scream in the City” from Scream in the City (2020)
---Peter Gabriel – “Growing Up” from Up (2002)
---Modern English – “Life in the Gladhouse (BAD 208)” from After the Snow (1992) (song originally released in 1982)
---Holly Walker – “Straight Line (Frits Wentink Remix)” from Straight Line (Remixed) EP (2019)
---Krome & Time – “Manic Stampede” from This Sound is for the Underground single (2013) (song originally released in 1992)
---Bo Bud Greene – “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart” from Super Fantastic Mega Smash Hits! (1995)
---Misfits – “Skulls” from Walk Among Us (1982)
---The Godfathers – “If I Only Had Time” from Birth, School, Work, Death (1988)
---Haujobb feat. Vanessa Briggs – “Less” from Less (feat. Vanessa Briggs) EP (1998)
---Soft Cell – “Hendrix Medley (Hey Joe / Purple Haze / Voodoo Chile)” from The Art of Falling Apart (1999) (song originally released in 1983)
[I read the list to you, and you are grateful (but not dead.)]
And that’s today’s thrill packed action adventure fest! This was a bit of a trip, but I think the mix moves pretty well! (Well, I like it anyway…) These tracks were all chosen because I love them and are played here for educational / appreciation purposes only! (KEEP THESE TUNES ALIVE!!!) If you enjoyed anything on this list, please consider purchasing a copy (either physical or digital) as opposed to just listening to the track on a streaming service. I’ve said a hundred times in various places why I don’t approve of streaming services, but the main reason is that the artists who MADE the music don’t get much of the profit, even though it’s their works that people are enjoying. Paying for a track (even a buck or two for a digital download) helps the artists eat and (subsequently) produce more music for the entire universe to enjoy! Do your part, if you’re enjoying the show! Ya?
Thanks for stopping by!!!
---Richard F. Yates (Holy Fool)