Nippon Music Champ Play List For 10/25/09

Song Title / Artist / Album

6:00pm to 6:30pm

1. Kinoco Hotel Shouka ~ Shizukana Mori de / Kinoco Hotel / The Time Was Then Is Now (VA)
2. Bijuutsukan de Atta Hito Darou / P-MODEL / Technoloid Japanese 80s New Wave (VA)
3. Pretty Smile / DEA / No Shibuya: Electo Dub & Breaks ~ No Wave In Japanese Underground 1980 - 1985 (VA)
4. Space Tug (Departures From Universe 2) / Pine*am (cover of Valvola) / All The Colours From Vensus 69 (VA)
5. Flask / The Warm / Fantastic Something
6. Fire Bison / Polysics / Absolute Poylsics

6:30pm to 7:00pm

7. Flying Love / Shuta Hasunuma / Pop Ooga
8. Moon and Cello / Piana / Ephemeral
9. Toukamachi Kouta / Umekichi / The Voice Of Geisha Doll
10. Donna Donna / Tenniscoats / Totemo Aimashou
11. You Were Holding An Umbrella / Boris / Smile

7:00pm to 7:30pm

12. Cold Heat / detroit7 / Black & White
13. Stooges / detroit7 / Black & White
14. She Lied (The Rockin' Ramrods cover) / Darkside Mirrors / Stay Evil!!
15. Polaroid / GO!GO!7188 / Tategami
16. Buttercup (I'm A Super Girl) / Shonen Knife / Heroes & Villians Music Inspired By The Powerpuff Girls (VA)
17. Punk de GO!! (Live Version) / Lolita no. 18 / Best Best Best Must!!
18. Linda Linda / The Blue Hearts / The Blue Hearts (and numerous Best Ofs).

7:30pm to 8:00pm

19. I Miss Seeing All / Lite / Lite
20. Ashita / Asai Kenichi / Rod Snake Shock Service
21. Hoshi no Suna / Fleckfumie / Ausland
22. Song 2 / DJ Krush / Jaku
23. Sleep Warm / Cornelius / Sensuous
24. Sugarplastic / Luminous Orange / Luminousorangesuperplastic

Show Notes

New Music - detroit7's Black & White
This can get a bit complicated but detroit7's most recent U.S. release is an digital EP called Black & White. Earlier this year, detroit7 released an album in Japan called Black & White and some of those songs were put on the band's first U.S. release detroit7. The songs from the Japanese album not released in the U.S. are now available domestically as Black & White - EP. Yes? No? Yes!

She Lied (The Rockin' Ramrods cover) - Darkside Mirrors
The Rockin' Ramrods were an early 60s mod/garage band from Boston. You can hear the original song here.

Sleep Warm - Cornelius
Sleep Warm was written by Lew Spence, Marilyn Keith, and Alan Bergman has been performed by artists such as Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra.

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