- Ö3 (Austria)
- John mentions attending the legendary first gig, opening for Cornershop, by the Voodoo Queens, in which they only had three songs (one of which was repeated) and the entire set lasted nine minutes. He compares it to seeing the Slits for the first time (Peel review mentioned here).
- Therapy?: 'Teenage Kicks (7"-Have A Merry Fucking Christmas)' (A&M)
- F.I.A.F.: 'Chart Material (12")' (white label) (edited out) 
- Shorty: 'Dynamite Lover (7"-Niggerhat)' (Bovine)
- Huggy Bear: 'Carnt Kiss (EP-Kiss Curl For The Kid's Lib Guerillas)' (Wiiija)
- Hum: 'Sundress (7")' (Mud)
- Ukrainians: 'Batyar (Bigmouth Strikes Again) (CDS-Pisni Iz The Smiths)' (Cooking Vinyl)
- Sub Love: 'Dark Side (12"-Underground EP)' (Earth Recordings) (partly edited)
- Trumans Water: 'Silver Tongue Please (7"-Laugh Light's Lit)' (Drunken Fish)
- Northern Bushmen: 'Biggest Player (7")' (Pop Bus) 
- Barry Brown: 'Politician (CD-Barry Brown Meets Cornell Campbell)' (Culture Press)
- Bicycle Thieves: 'Deadline (LP-Liquid Dandies)' (Sacro)
- Trains And Boats And Planes: 'Leap Over (CD-Hum)' (UFO)
- Polygon Window: 'Audax Powder (EP-Surfing On Sine Waves)' (Warp) 
- John Peel Nachtexpress 1st Nov 1992 vbr
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- ↑ As John reminds us, this is actually an alias for Foreheads In A Fishtank.
- ↑ John also plays a snatch of the B side, a cover of the Damned's 'Neat Neat Neat', before opining, "It's OK, but not so different to the original really that it's worth doing, I think. If you're going to do that, you have to radically redo it."
- ↑ An alias for Aphex Twin.
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