• Best Of Peel Vol 29
  • BBC Radio One
  • 1991-06
  • One of a continuing series of early 90s Peel compilations by Peel Mailing List user parkermike81, which he describes as 'a rather muffled one but enjoyable all the same.'
  • Session recordings:
Prophecy Of Doom, #2. Recorded 1991-04-07. No known commercial release. 'Onward Ever Backward' not included on this recording.
Exit Condition, one and only session. Recorded 1991-05-05. No known commercial release.


Part 1

(JP: 'In the current edition of the NME, there are quite a few pictures of Bobby Gillespie (Primal Scream-SIG) lying down with his hand thrust down his trousers. I must admit, I thought when you became a big pop star, you had people to do that sort of thing for you.')
(JP: 'I think we can all rest easier in our beds tonight knowing that they're out there somewhere.') 01 June 1991
(JP: 'When I put that record on, Andy Kershaw got up and walked out of the studio. Sometimes, I have my doubts about that boy, you know.')
(JP: 'I feel positively light-headed: I've obviously slipped into that mode where I've become a kind of snot generator and not in absolutely perfect working order.')
(JP: 'Third Earache record in one programme. They must be paying me money...Possibly another track from that in tomorrow night's programme, provided the envelope is left in the usual place.')
  • Belt: 'Bad Breed (7 inch)' (Belt) 08 June 1991
  • unknown (comes to a violent halt)

Part 2

(JP: 'A bit of a cold hand on my heart when they mentioned Flock Of Seagulls. Remember them? The worst haircut in the entire world!')
(JP: 'Sorry you didn't hear that one, Andy.')


  • best of peel parts 1 & 2 (with introductions)
  • 00:45:59, 00:46:10
  1. A Stranglers cover.