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    This article was written on 29 Dec 2016, and is filled under 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, Alternative, Eclectic, Indie, Radioactive, Rock.

    Adventures in Stereo #182

    This week a selection of tracks spanning the years of John Peel’s Festive 50.
    Happy New Year & Enjoy!

    Luke Vibert & B.J. Cole – Intro

    Asa-Chang and Junray – Hana

    The Fall – Theme From Sparta F.C.

    The White Stripes – Fell in Love with a Girl

    Mekons – Where Were You

    Ballboy – Born in the USA

    Neko Case And Her Boyfriends – Twist The Knife

    Little Feat – Willin’

    Prefab Sprout – Faron Young

    Smog – Dress Sexy at My Funeral

    Listen With Sarah – Animal Hop

    Half Man Half Biscuit – Tending the Wrong Grave for 23 Years

    Hefner – The Day That Thatcher Dies

    The Primitives – Crash

    Scritti Politti – The Sweetest Girl

    Broadcast – Come On Lets Go

    The Sundays – Can’t be Sure

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