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The Electronic Music Hour #10

The Electronic Music Hour #10

About the show

Playing tracks by

The Human League, Alison Moyet, A-Ha, Blume, Minerve and more.

Chart positions

This upload was 9th in the #electro pop chart and 15th in the #synth-pop chart.

Welcome to edition #10 of our series "The Electronic Music Hour", which features some of the best electronic and synthpop music from the last 40 years.

These shows not only include well known artists from the last 4 decades but new and emerging bands on the electronic music scene from around the world, a lot of which are either unsigned, or on a small independent label, or self release their material.

So the shows will feature old and new tracks that fit in the electronic/synthpop genre.

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Comments

The Lemon Circus

hadn't heard the depeche mode track in ages, this was the time I thought they were at their most interesting then gahan went all rock god and lost the plot, thankfully not forever. some great new tracks (well to me anyway) Arizona lights, la femme and to the night, and enjoyed the obscure gem derrick is a strange machine the moody shades of secret. Alison Moyet was a slow one, quite charming. Difficult to compete with classics we are glass and sun always shines but without a doubt the one I was happiest to hear was human league tell me when I also remember they released one man in my heart after this hit, we need more of that :) I speak for Jamie the safety dance was the best as it's one of all time faves - played it at his wedding and managed to clear the dancefoor in seconds

Trinity Ward

Totally agree re DM. They morphed from a unique style into just another rock/blues band with an electro backing track. While it's hard to innovate over the course of such a long career, I'd have been happy for them to stay in the Construction Time to Violator era.

White Lion Radio

Agree with both of you "Violator" was the pinnacle of their career, I do like "Delta Machine", "Songs Of Faith And Destruction" was awful, it's a shame they seem to have turned their back on the earlier electronic stuff.

Thanks to both of you for listening and posting a comment.