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Show

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 2000-01-13
Comments
  • The show includes the 1997 Peelenium and the fifth part of the All-Time 2000 Festive Fifty.
  • Start of show: "Now this is the programme for yer messages from Mars and no mistake."

Sessions

  • Bluetip, one and only session. Recorded 1999-11-10. No known commercial release.

Tracklisting

Peelenium 1997

  1. Inter: 'Happy Ending (CD single)' (Pet Sounds)
  2. Clinic: 'IPC Subeditors Dictate Our Youth (7 inch)' (Aladdins Cave Of Golf)
  3. Helen Love: 'Does Your Heart Go Boom (CDS)' (Ché Trading)
  4. Delgados: 'Pull The Wires From The Wall' (Peel Session)

2000 Festive Fifty (All-Time): Numbers 30-26

(JP: 'This is from, er, hold on a second, make sure I'm gonna play you the right thing. No more mistakes in tonight's programme.')
(JP: 'There was quite an interesting article, well, interview really, question and answer session with Malcolm McLaren in the Guardian, was it yesterday, or the day before, linked to his candidature as Mayor Of London. It all made you feel quite sympathetic to him, by and large, but he repeated the old canard about 'God Save The Queen' not being played on the radio at all. Well, that's complete bollocks, because it was played at least a dozen times on these programmes.')
(JP: 'Will we hear them again before the Festive Fifty is through?')
(JP: 'And that's for the Shend, should he be listening, because he told me about two years before anybody else did that My Bloody Valentine were wonderful.')
(JP: 'Has this been the first time that the same song by the same band in two different versions has been featured in one programme? There will be people who know, but I'm not one of them.')

File

Name
  • a) Peel Show 2000-01-13
  • b) jp130100
Length
  • a) 02:00:29
  • b) 01:59:50
Other
  • a) Many thanks to Isector.
  • b) Many thanks to Max-dat.
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