• 1994-03-18
  • The DJ who hands over (Pete Tong) admits to going to one of John’s gig’s in Liverpool. He even got an autograph and photo of JP.
  • A 45 minute recording of the start of the show is available (tape a). Two separate recordings of the Thinking Fellers Union Local 282 session tracks are also available. (Tape (b), tracks marked ±), and c (c)
  • Tracklisting for the full show are included: tracks not on either recording are marked §. The details were taken from Lorcan's Playlist Archive.


  • Thinking Fellers Union Local 282, one and only session. Recorded: 1994-02-13. No known commercial release.
  • Drum Club, one and only session. Recorded: 1994-02-08. No known commercial release. Only the track ‘Crystal Express’ is included in the recording. "John goes for tribal techno sounds in a rub-a-dub style tonight, with four specially recorded tracks from London band Drum Club." (Radio Times) [1]


(JP: ‘Here’s something noisy from Liverpool.’)
(JP: ‘Just exactly what the doctor ordered at least as far as your little fat friend is concerned.)
(JP tries to play the first song from the Drum Club session but nothing happens. John then fumbles around for a while trying find something to play. 'Someone’s going to die for this.')
(10:30 news)
  • Johnboy: ‘New Jersey Road Base (7 inch – CalYx)’ (Undone Records)
(JP: ‘Hopelessly out of date as always that’s from 1992.’)


  • Tape (a) Peel Show 1994-03-18 (incomplete)
  • Tape (b)
  • c) best of peel vol 68 part 2 (with introductions)
  • Tape (a) 00:46:25
  • Tape (b) 00:19:04
  • c) 00:46:22 (22:33-43:15) (from 27:10 unique)
  • Many thanks to tapers and to Stuart for the re-up of (b).

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