Huggy Bear

Member Since: 11/14/2003
Total Mixes: 39
Total Feedback: 44

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Time Capsule Radio 1979

Side A
Artist Song
Pino D'Angio  Ma Quale Idea 
A Certain Ratio  Do the Du 
Television Personalities  Where's Bill Grundy Now? 
I'm Coming Over (demo) 
The B-52's  52 Girls 
Demics  New York City 
Fad Gadget  Back to Nature 
The Cure  Foxy Lady 
The Selector  On My Radio 
Madness  In the middle of the night 
Lene Lovich  Lucky Number 
The Clash  The Guns of Brixton 
Human League  Empire State Human 
Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark  Electricity 
Edwin Birdsong  Cola Bottle Baby 
XTC  Complicated Game 
Side B
The Durutti Column  Sleep Will Come 
Wire  The 15th 
The Raincoats  No Side to Fall In 
Young Marble Giants  Ode to Booker T. (demo) 
Bee Gees  Love You Inside Out 
Kirsty MacColl  They Don't Know 
Machine  There But For The Grace Of God Go I 
Patti Smith Group  Dancing Barefoot 
Gang of Four  I Found that Essence Rare 
Squeeze  Cool For Cats 
Magazine  Permafrost 
Talking Heads  Drugs 
Blondie  Dreaming 


This is my first radio show on KPSU in Portland, OR. The show, named Time Capsule Radio, features songs released in a single year - in this case 1979. Big thanks to ian1, who's 1979 mix tape led to my discovery of the tracks from X, The Raincoats, The Durutti Column, and XTC. Listen - Side One Side Two


Date: 3/8/2008
Funny thing, several here I have listened to in the last week. Looks like a good show.
Rob Conroy
Date: 3/8/2008
This is a great mix/radio tribute to a great year. A friend of mine recently did a two-disc tribute to it, as well, with many of these same artists. I'm pretty sure, however, that "Primitive Painters" was released in 1985....
Huggy Bear
Date: 3/9/2008
Ah. Indeed you are correct, Rob. I've removed the offending track.
Date: 3/10/2008
It all promised so much for the 80's :). That's my favourite Wire song. A wonderful year it surely was.
Date: 4/3/2008
My favorite Clash song, among many other surprises.