• 1988-10-18
  • Peel is disappointed in not seeing his own article in Time Out magazine.
  • Peel mentions seeing the Pixies perform at the end of last week and thought their gig was wonderful. He also saw the Band Of Susans perform, who were the supporting act to Rapeman, the following night, but thought Rapeman's performance was really good. although he was not happy with their name. However, he thought Band Of Susan's performance was OK.
  • Peel plays a track from the latest LP from That Petrol Emotion, which doesn't excite him as much as their earlier work.
  • Peel mentions seeing the Marxist Brothers perform, whilst in Zimbabwe early in the year and plays some Zimbabwean records from his friend's mother who visited the country and brought some records for him.
  • Throughout the programme, Peel plays snippets of British TV, that are broadcasting live, whilst he's in the studio.
  • Peel mentions that the Three Johns' music is lately perhaps becoming a little fatigue.
  • Peel plays a track from Zambian group, Amayenge, but doesn't know the name of the track or the album, as it doesn't feature any names on the record, given to him by the band. The track turns out to be Umwana Amonekela Uluchelo and the album, Asoza.



  • 1) Peel On Bremen Vier - 1988-10-18A.mp3
  • 2) Peel On Bremen Vier - 1988-10-18B.mp3
  • 1) 0:54:41
  • 2) 0:55:33
  • 1-2) Thanks to Eddie Berlin!
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