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Show #54 – The Night Listener
(Original upload date 21 August 2006)

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Something by Coil
Black Box (Complete) by Recoil
September Song (Live) by The Young Gods
Tree Frog by Facil
Like Cockatoos by The Cure
A message from the eye of the storm, September 6, 2004
Ikebukuro by Brian Eno
Shunt (Panasonic Mix) by Recoil
O Superman by Laurie Anderson

In the interest of trying something different I’ve put together this collection of songs that I tend to listen to in the middle of the night when I can’t sleep. They definitely set a mood, so I’ve left off the show intro and included an anonymous phone message from someone who happens to be a regular listener.

Try listening in the dark. With headphones.

moody


Show #29 – (Untitled)
(Original upload date 18 January 2006)

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Computer Love by Kraftwerk
Talk by Coldplay
Hurt by New Order
I Feel Love by Donna Summer
You Gonna Want Me (12″ Dance Mix) by Tiga
Ride A White Horse (Serge Santiago Re-Edit) by Goldfrapp
White Horse by Laid Back
I Don’t Need God by Greater Than One
Christianity Is Stupid by Negativland
Sympathy For The Devil (Who Killed The Kennedys?) by Laibach
Baby’s On Fire by Brian Eno
All Saints by David Bowie
Margaret’s Apartment II from Liquid Sky
Empire State Human by The Human League
Oberkorn (It’s A Small Town) by Depeche Mode
Murderous (Phil Kieran Remix) by Nitzer Ebb
Nag Nag Nag (Tiga & Zyntherius Full Version) by Cabaret Voltaire
Stripper by Miss Kittin & The Hacker
Idioteque (Live) by Radiohead

Another mood piece – I’m quite fond of this one.

moody


Show #19 – Depeche Mode’s Black Day
(Original upload date 25 November 2005)

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Painkiller (Bootleg Mix)
In Your Room (Apex Mix)
Little 15 (Ulrich Schnauss Mix)
St. Jarna
Home (Grantby Mix)
Walking In My Shoes (Ambient Whale Mix)
I Feel You (Swamp Mix)
Waiting For The Night
Fly On The Windscreen (Quiet Mix)
It Doesn’t Matter Two
Judas
Sonata No. 14 C#m (Moonlight Sonata)
Halo (Goldfrapp Mix)
FPMIP
Black Celebration (Live Half-Speed Version, 2001)
Black Day
Painkiller (Ambient Mix)

A nice, moody mix of Depeche Mode’s more ambient work, for headphone listening in the dark.