- John Peel In Store No.1
- Virgin In Store
- ”I’m John Peel and this is a special programme for Virgin Records designed to give the shops a touch of class and make me enormously wealthy overnight.”
- Unlike the three other surviving tapes, this is one side of a C90. The tape rapidly fades after John’s outro for the Monochrome Set. Was this a faulty tape or a faulty sound engineer? We may never know.
- After the Out track, Peel mentions, 'And if there are any 15 year old girls who are listening to this who consider that they are innocent, well they can leave me a message for me this Virgin record store and I'll see if I can do something about it sometime.'
- No Sessions
- Undertones: You’ve Got My Number (7 inch) Sire
- Selecter: Too Much Pressure (7" - On My Radio) Two Tone
- Gang Of Four: I Found That Essence Rare (LP – Entertainment!) EMI
- Black Uhuru: General Penitentiary (7 inch) Taxi
- Ruts: Savage Circle (LP – The Crack) Virgin
- Neil Young: Hey Hey My My (Into The Black) (LP – Rust Never Sleeps) Reprise
- Out: Who Is Innocent (7 inch) Rabid Records
- Crooks: Modern Boys(7 inch) Blueprint
- N***** Kojak: Nice Up Jamaica (7 inch) N***** Kojak
- Slits: I Heard It Through The Grapevine (7" - Typical Girls) Island
- Rosco Gordon: No More Doggin’ (7 inch) Modern Oldies
- Monochrome Set: Mr Bizarro (7" - Monochrome Set)Rough Trade
- 1979-10-00 Virgin In-Store
- Many thanks to Haze
- ↑ Not the actual label name, but Fandom rules forbids using the uncensored word.
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