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    This article was written on 13 Oct 2016, and is filled under 1970s, Eclectic, Glam Rock, History, Radioactive.

    Adventures in Stereo #171


    This week we time travel back to the 70’s with tracks released, about and covers from Glam Rock.

    Luke Vibert & B.J. Cole – Intro

    The Fall – Glam-Racket

    The Glitter Band – Just For You

    Crushed Butler – High School Dropout

    The Sweet – Teenage Rampage

    Slade – How Does It Feel

    Negativland – No Business

    Hello – New York Groove

    Jobriath – Heartbeat

    New York Dolls – Trash

    American Jam Band – Jam Jam

    Sparks – This Town Ain’t Big Enough For The Both Of Us

    Denim – The Osmonds

    Morrissey – Satellite of Love

    Roxy Music – If There Is Something

    Black Box Recorder – Rock’N’Roll Suicide

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