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The Electronic Music Hour #7

The Electronic Music Hour #7

About the show

Playing tracks by

The Human League, Alison Moyet, Cosmicity, Blume, Gary Numan and more.

Chart positions

This upload was 12th in the #electro pop chart and 92nd in the #electronica chart.

Welcome to edition #7 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

Full Playlist - !Distain - A Million Engines (Album Version)
Japan - Gentlemen Take Polaroids (7 Inch Version)
Pet Shop Boys - Love Is A Bourgeois Construct (The Penelope's Radio Edit Remix)
Cosmicity - Seriously
Chrom - Blame You
Kraftwerk - The Telephone Call (Single Version)
Alison Moyet - Is This Love?
China Crisis - Wishful Thinking
Blume - Western Rust
Minuit Machine - Sabotage
Alphaville - Sounds Like A Melody
The Human League - The Touchables
Tears For Fears - Head Over Heels (Remix)
Zynic - Mourning Light
Gary Numan - Metal

The Lemon Circus

A fantastic track to start the hour and Japan but PSB what a tune - should have launched their careers :( but sadly the LP wasn't up to a great deal, and trying to buy any remix CDs of that single Love Is A Bourgeois Construct is hugely expensive. Alison Moyet, China Crisis both songs I listen to and always welcome. I think the Tears for Fears was the best song (other than PSB) but great to hear music I missed out on in the 80s like Alphaville and Human League. Another hour well spent in the company of good radio :)

White Lion Radio

Thank you my friend and glad you enjoyed the show. I'm a massive PSB fan and the album "Electric" was the first album of theirs I didn't buy, it is an awful album apart from one or two tracks. They have a new album out March/April, which is again produced by Stuart Price" who did "Electric" with them, i'm just hoping it ticks a few more boxes for me.