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Show

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1999-12-07
Comments
  • Start of show: "Eeeughm!"
  • John mentions going to a pre-Christmas BBC party and meeting Stephen Fry, "a bit of a hero".
  • The dates for the twin Festive Fifty broadcasts are announced: originally, the All-Time chart was due to go out on 04 January 2000 - 06 January 2000, but ultimately Peel decided to split it into ten segments due to its predictability.

Sessions

  • Nectarine No.9, recorded live at the QEH London on 04 December 1999. Listed as their 6th session by the BBC's Keeping It Peel site, but not as such in The Peel Sessions. No known commercial release.
  • Yo La Tengo, recorded live at the QEH London on 04 December 1999. Listed as their 3rd session by the BBC's Keeping It Peel site, but not as such in The Peel Sessions. No known commercial release. [1]

Tracklisting

Peelenium 1981

  1. Birthday Party: 'Release The Bats (7")' (4AD)
  2. Specials: 'Ghost Town (7")' (Two-Tone)
  3. Heaven 17: '(We Don’t Need This) Fascist Groove Thang (7")' (Virgin)
  4. Altered Images: 'Dead Pop Stars (7")' (Epic)

File

Name
  • a) Peel Show 1999-12-07
  • b) jp071299.mp3
Length
  • a) 02:02:59
  • b) 02:01:49
Other
  • a) Many thanks to the original taper, ripper and sharer.
  • b) Many thanks to max-dat.
Available
Footnotes
  1. This is also available on John Peel Torrent Compilation 9 of 17 (1994-2001), listed under 'YLT-John Peel Show-12-4-99' (note incorrect file name).

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