Thursday, May 22, 2008

Synthpop Tranny Timetravel!

The synthpop Slave to the Rhythm show was a tranny timewarp! From Wendy Carlos to Tobias Bernstrup, I somehow managed to start and end my set with a tranny! Jeffrey Sfire said it best "tranny pirate radio!"

Next Wednesday, May 28th tune in for my tribute to Wax Trax! Records... an influential Chicago record label responsible for launching the Industrial and EBM scenes!


download last weeks show HERE:

http://www.westaddradio.com/slavetotherhythm/slavetorhythm-05-14-08.mp3


Slave to the Rhythm - 05-14-08 Synthpop Tranny Timetravel!

wendy carlos - title music from a clockwork orange (1972)
kraftwerk - trans-europe express (1977)
human league - the black hit of space (1980)
yellow magic orchestra - technopolis (1979)
orchestral manoeuvers in the dark - waiting for the man (1980)
silicon teens - memphis tennessee (1979)
absolute body control - baby's on fire (1981)
john foxx - underpass (1980)
landscape - einstein a go-go (1981)
MIC BREAK gary numan - aircrash bureau (1981)
depeche mode - television set (live) (1981)
soft cell - chips on my shoulder (1981)
our daughters wedding - lawnchairs (1981)
yazoo - goodbye 70's (1982)
fad gadget - love parasite (1982)
men without hats - utterspace (1983)
ministry - revenge (1984)
bronski beat - smalltown boy (1984)
robert gorl - play time (1985)
MIC BREAK psyche - ride on (1988)
martin gore - compulsion (1989)
wolfsheim - sparrows and the nightingales (1991)
anything box - living in oblivion (1990)
de/vision - try to forget (1994)
distain! - confession (1995)
kiethevez - one roman choir (1999)
elegant machinery - portrait without life (1998)
magnetic fields - i cant touch you anymore (1999)
avant garde - pair of dice (2000)
iris - annie would i lie to you (1999)
jupiter black feat fred ventura - hold me (2007)
tobias bernstrup - neon love (2007)
MIC BREAK
john maus - rights for gays (2007)

1 comment:

Darren said...

Found your blog via a our daughters wedding google alert.

Brilliant selection of tracks - well the ones I recognise ;-)

I especially love the Yazoo track. One of their lesser known gems.

Don't know if you know but they've recently reformed for some gigs and they performed one of their old classics on a British tv show last week:

Yazoo on Jonathan Ross

all the best,
Darren