- Ô3 (Austria)
- John alludes to his Little Richard cover version search, and begs for listener information on a deep soul cover of 'Over The Rainbow' that he heard on Austrian radio.
- Babes In Toyland: 'Bruise Violet (7")' (Reprise)
- Phantom Surfers: 'Pursuit Of The Leather Girls (CD-Play The Music From The Big Screen Spectaculars)' (Estrus)
- Mental Overdrive: unknown
- In Dust: 'Legal Speed (CD-Nosebleed)' (Walcreeper)
- Nelories: 'Banana'
- Terry Edwards: 'Seven Steps To Heaven (EP-Terry Edwards Executes Miles Davis Numbers)' (Sartorial)
- (JP: 'And time now, I think, for your monthly dose of the guitar playing of Diblo Dibala.')
- Lisssango: unknown (CD-Africa Force Unie Vol. 1)
- Unsane: 'Breathththing Out (split 7" with Slug)' (PCP Entertainment)
- Freefall: 'Our Eyes (Maxi CD-Dehydrate)' (Liquid Noise)
- (JP: 'I don't know whether I've mentioned this to you before, but I haven't exactly become fixated, but I know that somewhere in my collection of seven inch singles, there's a really good cover version of a Little Richard song, except that I can't remember which Little Richard song it is, nor can I remember who it is who's recorded it. So, out of sheer desperation, I'm having to make my way through my entire collection of seven inch singles until I find it, and of course, in the course of doing this, I come up with one or two interesting records that I forget I've ever owned, and if you'd asked me a week ago, "Do you have a record by somebody called Eddie Buster Forehand?", I'd have said, "No, I don't think I do, as a matter of fact", but I do, and it's a stormer as well!')
- Eddie Buster Forehand: 'Young Boy Blues (7")' (Josie)
- CJ Bolland: (2x12") - details unknown even to Peel
- Gibson Brothers: 'Girl Can't Help It (7"-Mean Mistreater)' (Homestead) (JP: 'What must be the most politically incorrect sleeve of 1992.')
- (JP: 'Also a couple of weeks ago, well about four or five weeks ago, whenever it was, just after I'd crossed the Austro-Hungarian border, I heard somebody on a radio station, an English language radio station, asking somebody in all seriousness, "And do you rock'n'roll yourself?", they asked, and that was for that person, whose name, alas, I don't know.')
- Filler: 'First Out (7"-Touched)' (Dirtier Promotions)
- Franz Beckenbauer: 'Du Allein (Compilation CD-Bend It! 1992)' (Exotica)
- John Peel Nachtexpress 7th December 1992
- "Audible static noise on recording" (taper's note)
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