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The Electronic Music Hour #42

The Electronic Music Hour #42

Playing tracks by

New Order, Elegant Machinery, Depeche Mode, Electro Spectre, The Frixion and more.

Chart positions

This show was 15th in the global electro pop chart and 27th in the global electronica/dance chart.

Welcome to edition #42 of our series called The Electronic Music Hour, on White Lion Radio

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.

This months show includes music by New Order, The Frixion, David Bowie, John Foxx, Maschine Brennt, Metroland, The Human League & more!

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The Lemon Circus

Not heard the pet shop boys track before - and if I have I need to go check out the LP (googled it seems to be an extra track on a reissued Nightlife). Thought Zynic was fab. Also Depeche Mode was a new one to me and Simple Minds was new only in title, it sounded like another of their tracks (around the same time in the 80s a fair few were very similar. Tell Me When a 90's classic :) Another great set Gary, cheers!

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New Order - Tutti Frutti
Elegant Machinery - Process (Radio Edit)
Depeche Mode - Puppets
Electro Spectre - The Secret Path
The Frixion - Heartbroke Disco
Starcluster And Marc Almond - Smoke And Mirrors
Simple Minds - I Wish You Were Here
Maschine Brennt - Man Or Machine (Radio Edit)
David Bowie - Thursday's Child (Radio Edit)
John Foxx - Walk Away
Metroland - Utopia (Gary Hunter's Radio Edit)
Pet Shop Boys - Call Me Old-Fashioned (Demo)
Zynic - Free To Decide
The Human League - Tell Me When
TourdeForce - Life On The Line