• 1993-06-19
  • ‘...was your programme rich in new gold Andy?’
  • The Phantom Fifty reaches number four.
  • Show complete from Isector. Almost complete from the SL tapes but it looks like Steve flipped over L466 a second time and recorded over a couple of tracks just recorded 90 minutes previously..... probably in a panic as the Locator track over-ran the end of that tape. In fact this is confirmed by a little snippet from Steve on the condenser mike when he realises his mistake.
  • The stereo tracks available on LE182 indicate that there is a problem with the audio balance on the records with the left channel faded down, but John's voice is OK


  • Tsunami one and only session. Recorded 20 May 1993. No known commercial release.
  • Ukrainians #2, repeat, first broadcast 20 February 1993. Recorded 19 January 1993. No known commercial release.


File 1 and a begin

File a ends and b begins

  • Tsunami: ‘460’ (Peel Session)
  • Us3: ‘Bu’s Riddim (12 inch – Riddim)’ (Blue Note)
(JP: ‘You don’t get a lot of Blue Note stuff on 1 FM, although it is quality, no question about that. A record company founded in the year that I was born.’)
(11:30 news)

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File c begins L466a2

1991 Festive Fifty

(JP: ‘In one’s darkest hour The Fall always bring relief I find.’)
(12:30 news)
(JP:‘...but first Simon Bates saying Sonic Youth. I’d bet you’ve never heard that before. Stay with me.’)
(1:30 news)

File c ends and d begins

(JP: ‘Brides Make Acid who are Hanni Bear and Paula Echo. Demonstrating that women can make an unholy racket too...Lynn.’)

File 1 ends
File d continues to Lynn Parsons show


  • 1) Peel Show 1993-06-19
  • a) 1993-06-19 Peel Show L379
  • b) 1993-06-19 Peel Show L465
  • c) 1993-06-19 Peel Show L466
  • d) L306-a
  • 1) 03:01:16
  • a) 00:10:26
  • b) 00:43:20
  • c) 01:23:11
  • d) 00:31:32
  • 1) Many thanks to the original taper.
  • a) File created from L379 of the SL Tapes, digitised by SB.
  • b) File created from L465 of the SL Tapes, digitised by SB.
  • c) File created from L466 of the SL Tapes, digitised by SB.
  • d) File created from L306, side A of the SL Tapes, digitised by Bill.
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