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The Electronic Music Hour #4

The Electronic Music Hour #4

About the show

Playing tracks by

Fotonovela Ft James New, Blancmange, Erasure, Pet Shop Boys, OMD and more.

Chart positions

This upload was 7th in the #synth-pop chart, 10th in the #electro pop chart and 76th in the #electronica chart.

Welcome to edition #4 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

White Lion Radio

Thanks for the comments Christian. OMD's track "Stanlow" is about a power station situated in the North West of England and is from their 1980 album "Organisation"!

The Lemon Circus

Good selection - heard a fair few always glad to hear them again, Blancmange was new to me and I first thought it was the editors - great track. Think I heard that Eurotix track before on your sets, and I still think it sounds Stock Aitken & Waterman (for me that is a compliment as I love the SAW sound) but I know some peeps think it's dismissive, but I enjoyed it. Rename had a nice key change and went from pop to dance smoothly. OMD very atmospheric and relaxing - good tune :) another escape into the world of perfect synth for the hour - I think I'm going to give my award to The Reflex for the simple reason I was listening to it only the other day think how awesome a tune it really is over 30 years and still sounds fantastic