- (Introduction to show, mood of Peel, interesting comments, etc). If possible, please add mentions of gigs attended, TV appearances, etc, for use elsewhere on John Peel Wiki.
- Chinese Gangster Element only session, recorded 1st September 1984
(Please add details of any commercial release of these sessions)
- Smiths: Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want (12" - William, It Was Really Nothing) Rough Trade RTT 166
- Fall: New Fiend (promo for The Wonderful And Frightening World Of The Fall) track would become known as 2 by 4
- Bring Philip: Fire Truck (12" EP - Endoscopy) Major Record Company YPRX 2119
- Chinese Gangster Element: In My Body (session)
- Fall: Elves (promo for The Wonderful And Frightening World Of The Fall)
- Higsons: Music To Watch Girls By
- Chinese Gangster Element: Red Light (session) (JP - 'There's a sort of innocence to this session that I find rather attractive. I mean a lot of them 4 or 5 years ago used to have a kind of innocence about them as well and there's not a great deal of that about.')
- Float Up C·P: Joy's Address (7") Rough Trade RT 150
- Fall: Copped It (promo for The Wonderful And Frightening World Of The Fall) (JP -'There have been aspects of The Fall's recent work have had me staring into the night skies and poring over the entrails of goats, but I think they're going to be alright based on the evidence of the three tracks we've heard. I look forward to hearing the rest of the LP, which I haven't got')
- Black Uhuru: No No No (7") Taxi
- Life: Tell Me (7") Factory FAC 106 ~
- Earl Bostic: unknown (album - Sax "O" Boogie) Oldie Blues OL 8007 cuts out after intro ~
Tracks are in the order played, but are edited highlights. Tracks marked # may be from adjacent shows.. ~ on file 2.
- 1984-08-30 to 1984-09-10 Peel Aug Sept 1984.mp3
- 1984-09-10-17 Peel Mid Sept 1984.mp3
- 1:30:57 (from 58:57) (mixtape contains portions of other shows, see Peel Aug-Sep 1984)
- 48:50 (to 2:41)
- Created from SB003 SB004 and SB017
- Many thanks to ...Weatherman22
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