- b/w JLP002
- The first of the JLP Tapes and consequently played to death during the 1980s - literally so, since two sections totalling 10+ minutes are no longer present following a catastrophic tape-scrunching accident. The quality of the remaining repaired tape ranges from fair to poor.
- Details of the missing tracks are supported by inlay card, tracklisting notebook and JLP's own memory.
- Revillos: Motor Bike Beat (single) A
- Sham 69: Hersham Boys (single) A
- Spizzenergi: Where's Captain Kirk? (single) B
- Specials: Stupid Marriage (from album "Specials") B
- Angelic Upstarts: Out Of Control (single) B
- Public Image Ltd: Careering (from album "Metal Box") B
- Vapors: Turning Japanese (single) B
- Stiff Little Fingers: At The Edge (single) (cuts out halfway through) B
- Magazine: A Song From Under The Floorboards (single) (missing from tape) B
- Ramones: Baby I Love You (single) (missing from tape) B
- Dickies: Fan Mail (single) C
- Psychedelic Furs: Sister Europe (single) (cuts out near end) C
- Holly & the Italians: Tell That Girl To Shut Up (single) (first half missing) C
- Dexy's Midnight Runners: Dance Stance (single) D
A - Evening Show 07 February 1980 (Mike Read)
B - John Peel Show 07 February 1980 
C - probably Anne Nightingale Show 08 February 1980
D - Top Forty 10 February 1980 (Tony Blackburn)
- JLP001 v2.mp3
- (reuploaded in stereo)
- ↑ The John Peel Papers tracklisting for this show does not include the Magazine or Ramones tracks, although the Magazine title is jotted at the foot of the page, Since Peel's voice can be heard at the start of the Dickies track (actually at the close of the Ramones single which is lost) and records from the weekend follow on JLP001 and JLP002, there seems little doubt that he played the Ramones near the end of this Thursday night show. Conceivably one or more tracks from source C were also played in the show but I have assigned them to C until any evidence emerges to prove this.