- Peel reckons that Pat Nevin probably doesn't listen much of his radio shows since he stopped playing Cocteau Twins records that much.
- Peel mentions miscalculating his last night show which had 10 minutes less of music, but he doesn't remember what two additional tracks he played to compensate it. He goes on to say that one of the tracks may be from the Tar Babies, which he plays on the show.
- Peel says that Phil Everly's Star Spangled Springer LP has one of the worst record sleeve in recorded history. He goes on to say that he bought the LP because Duane Eddy produced it and wanted to hear his guitar playing, but couldn't find it until the last track called Snowflake Bombardier.
- MC Duke #1. Recorded: 1987-09-20. Broadcast: 28 September 1987
- Walking Seeds #2. Recorded: 1987-09-22. Broadcast: 30 September 1987
- Eric B. & Rakim: Paid In Full (Mini Madness - The Coldcut Remix) (7") 4th & Broadway
- Close Lobsters: Pathetique (LP - Foxheads Stalk This Land) Fire
- J.B.'s: Gimme Some More (v/a LP - James Brown's Funky People) PolyGram
- Walking Seeds: Schoolfinger (session)
- Last Party: Tree Shada (12") Idol
- Bhundu Boys: African Woman (LP - True Jit) Jit Five
- Pussy Galore: Pig Sweat (LP - Right Now!) Caroline
- MC Duke: Free (session)
- Tar Babies: More Salt (LP - Fried Milk) SST
- Tot: Kill All The Boys (12") Rough Trade
- Phil Everly: Snowflake Bombardier (LP - Star Spangled Springer) RCA
- Walking Seeds: El Sexorcist (session)
- Nitro Deluxe: On A Mission (12") Cutting
- John Peel Oct 1987.mp3
- Many thanks to Tim
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