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Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1987-04-XX
Comments
  • Peel mentions coming back from a road trip to Scandinavia driving 2000 miles. He goes on to say the cassette he'd listened to the most in that trip was from Culture.
  • Peel says that his first objective on the road trip was to get to Helsinki, Finland, which he admitted that he failed to do, but his secondary objective was to go to Huskvarna in Sweden, where his refrigerator is made, which he managed to get there. He describes Huskvarna as the most boring town in Sweden and says there is nothing much to do in that country, because everywhere he went, everything was shut. Plus he mentions that it was also expensive.
  • Peel mentions that he forgot to put the Bhundu Boys on cassette, when travelling on his road trip.
  • Peel says that he bought a couple of records in Sweden during his road trip and plays a record bought there that he has not heard before the show. After playing it, which is an Italo-Disco track from Scotch, he immediately stops it, saying it's pretty terrible and a waste of money. He then plays another record bought in that country, this time by Hemliga Byrån, which he describes as looking more authentically Swedish.
  • Peel says he also visited Denmark and the highest point visiting to the country was seeing Hans Christian Anderson made out of Lego bricks at Legoland. He also says his children enjoyed it as well, asking them in the studio, whether they liked it, but responding shyly with one of them nodding.
  • Peel plays a wrong track moment, where he was supposed to play Descendents' Coolidge, but instead played the song Van. He then plays the correct song after he plays Public Enemy.
  • Peel plays a minute of Diblo Dibala's song before the news, but then decides the play the whole of it in the second part.
  • Peel plays a couple of tracks from Great Leap Forward's 12" single.
  • Peel plays a track from Pigbros With The Membranes covering Cameo's Word Up.
  • Peel says the best film in the world is the Blues Brothers and the best record in the world is Teenage Kicks by the Undertones.

Tracklisting

File 

Name
  • 1) Peel On Bremen Vier - 1987-04-XXA.mp3
  • 2) Peel On Bremen Vier - 1987-04-XXB.mp3
Length
  • 1) 0:55:01
  • 2) 0:55:10
Other
  • 1-2) Thanks to Eddie Berlin!
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