The Young Gods



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WRFL 88.1 FM Alumni Show, 16 October 2018

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Kerosene by Big Black
Just Too Bloody Stupid by Close Lobsters
Planet Of Sound by Pixies
Digital Meltdown by Pop Will Eat Itself
Ambition by Velvet Elvis
Misinformed by Overhead
Somewhere by Scissor Sisters
Faît Accompli (Single Version) by Curve
The Upstairs Room by The Cure
Pity For The Self by Poésie Noire
Control I’m Here by Nitzer Ebb
If You Want by Depeche Mode
This Boy’s In Love by The Presets
Hot Doggie by Colourbox
Give Me Back My Man by The B-52’s
The Big Sky by Kate Bush
Feurio! by Einstürzende Neubauten
Now, An Explosive New Movie by Severed Heads
Love’s Secret Domain by Coil
This Corrosion (Single Version) by The Sisters Of Mercy
You Often Forget (Benign) by Revolting Cocks
Rise by Public Image Limited
Academic by New Order
September Song by The Young Gods

“I was born in this town, lived here my whole life…”

During a recent trip to my hometown of Lexington, Kentucky, I had the opportunity to go back on the air at WRFL 88.1 FM for an alumni show. Co-host Brian Manke joined me for two hours of classic college rock (with a few new things thrown in), and reminiscing about my time at the station.

(Full disclosure: I didn’t mention this on the air, but I was in the band Overhead. The song Misinformed was written by Brian Fifield and myself, recorded and self-released in 1995. Brian is singing lead.)


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The Young Gods


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.