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DJ Panix at TALLY HO! playlist (Nov 27th, at Mercury)*

DJ Panix at TALLY HO! playlist (Nov 27th, at Mercury)*

First Set:
Birdeatsbaby: Feast of Hammers
Wire: Kidney Bingos
Moontrekkers: Night of the Vampire**
Wreckless Eric: Whole Wide World
The Cult: Nirvana
David Bowie: Ashes to Ashes
Lush: De-Luxe
Oppenheimer: Hearts Don't Listen
Roxy Music: Oh Yeah!
Pink Floyd: Not Now John

Second Set:
The Fall: Totally Wired
The Cure: Jumping Someone Else's Train
Georgie Fame: The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde
The Damned: Smash It Up (Parts 1 & 2)
New Order: Ceremony
Dead or Alive: You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)
XTC: Life Begins at the Hop
Professor Elemental: I'm British
The Jesus and Mary Chain: Upside Down
Alabama 3: Woke Up this Morning (Sopranos Mix)
Sex Pistols: Anarchy in the UK (demo)
Love and Rockets: Ball of Consfusion (12" UK Mix)
Ultravox: Hiroshima Mon Amour
The Smiths: Panic
Siouxsie & the Banshees: Peek-a-Boo
The Jam: The Modern World

Third Set:
The Specials: Rudi, a Message to You
Nick Lowe: So It Goes
The Beatles: Help!
A Certain Ration: Choir
Franz Ferdinand: Take Me Out
Echo & the Bunnymen: Lips Like Sugar
Frankie Goes to Hollywood: Relax
Bauhaus: Kick in the Eye
Sunday Driver: Concubine Waltz
The (English) Beat: Mirror in the Bathroom
Adam and the Ants: Stand and Deliver

Final Set:
The Honeycombs: Have I the Right
Stranglers: Duchess
The Men That Will Not be Blamed for Nothing: Stephvenson (demo)
Buzzcocks: Ever Fallen in Love (With Someone You Shouldn't've)
U2: New Year's Day
Billy Bragg: A New England
The Undertones: Teenage Kicks
Slade: Cum on Feel the Noize
Nitzer Ebb: Getting Closer
The Clash: Should I Stay or Should I Go?
Siouxsie & the Banshees: Dear Prudence



*being 50+ years or music from the UK/British Isles, an aural tribute to my favorite Timelord (after a fashion)

**the oldest song I spun at this gig, circa 1961.
From the Wikipedia
"The record was banned by the BBC as being "unsuitable for people of a nervous disposition" when released on the Parlophone label in 1961, but rose to #50 on the UK singles chart."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Moontrekkers
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DJ Panix at TALLY HO! playlist (Nov 27th, at Mercury)*

DJ Panix at TALLY HO! playlist (Nov 27th, at Mercury)*

First Set:
Birdeatsbaby: Feast of Hammers
Wire: Kidney Bingos
Moontrekkers: Night of the Vampire**
Wreckless Eric: Whole Wide World
The Cult: Nirvana
David Bowie: Ashes to Ashes
Lush: De-Luxe
Oppenheimer: Hearts Don't Listen
Roxy Music: Oh Yeah!
Pink Floyd: Not Now John

Second Set:
The Fall: Totally Wired
The Cure: Jumping Someone Else's Train
Georgie Frame: The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde
The Damned: Smash It Up (Parts 1 & 2)
New Order: Ceremony
Dead or Alive: You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)
XTC: Life Begins at the Hop
Professor Elemental: I'm British
The Jesus and Mary Chain: Upside Down
Alabama 3: Woke Up this Morning (Sopranos Mix)
Sex Pistols: Anarchy in the UK (demo)
Love and Rockets: Ball of Consfusion (12" UK Mix)
Ultravox: Hiroshima Mon Amour
The Smiths: Panic
Siouxsie & the Banshees: Peek-a-Boo
The Jam: The Modern World

Third Set:
The Specials: Rudi, a Message to You
Nick Lowe: So It Goes
The Beatles: Help!
A Certain Ration: Choir
Franz Ferdinand: Take Me Out
Echo & the Bunnymen: Lips Like Sugar
Frankie Goes to Hollywood: Relax
Bauhaus: Kick in the Eye
Sunday Driver: Concubine Waltz
The (English) Beat: Mirror in the Bathroom
Adam and the Ants: Stand and Deliver

Final Set:
The Honeycombs: Have I the Right
Stranglers: Duchess
The Men That Will Not be Blamed for Nothing: Stephvenson (demo)
Buzzcocks: Ever Fallen in Love (With Someone You Shouldn't've)
U2: New Year's Day
Billy Bragg: A New England
The Undertones: Teenage Kicks
Slade: Cum on Feel the Noize
Nitzer Ebb: Getting Closer
The Clash: Should I Stay or Should I Go?
Siouxsie & the Banshees: Dear Prudence



*being 50+ years or music from the UK/British Isles, an aural tribute to my favorite Timelord (after a fashion)

**the oldest song I spun at this gig, circa 1961.
From the Wikipedia
"The record was banned by the BBC as being "unsuitable for people of a nervous disposition" when released on the Parlophone label in 1961, but rose to #50 on the UK singles chart."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Moontrekkers