Nippon Music Champ Play List For 11/01/09
Hollow Hills and Flat Fields: Post Halloween Show

Song Title / Artist / Album

6:00pm to 6:30pm

1. Ape Shall Never Kill Ape [Cornelius Mix] / U.N.K.L.E. / CM - Cornelius Remixes
2. Black Leather Blitz / MAD 3 / Black Leather Blitz
3. Gokiburi Sanka / The 50 Kaitenz / 50 Kaitenz no Bikkuri!!
4. Derringer / Blankey Jet City / Harlem Jets
5. Chi no Yowanai Ko / Kokeshi Doll / Tantalus Rhythm
6. Lost Parts Stinging Me So Cold / Melt-Banana / Cell-Scape

6:30pm to 7:00pm

7. Gokuraku Hakaba / Goto Izumi + Accordion / I am a piteous accordionist.
8. Cluster Of Lights / Hisato Higuchi / Tokyo Flashback Vol. 5 (VA)
9. Memorie Dal Futuro / Mono / Gone: A Collection Of EPs 00-07
10. 100 Years Of Choke / World's End Girlfriend / Hurtbreak Wonderland

7:00pm to 7:30pm

11. Kieta Sabrina / lloy / Shadan
12. Zombie / Darkside Mirrors / Stay Evil!!
13. Peare / Classic Pearl / No Shibuya: Electo Dub & Breaks ~ No Wave In Japanese Underground 1980 - 1985 (VA)
14. Insomnia / Yellow Magic Orchestra / Solid State Survivor
15. Farewell / G-Schmitt / Get The Punk J Punk & New Wave 1972-1991 (VA)
16. Slice Of Life (Bahaus Cover) / Mayumi Chiwaki + Pilar Stupar / Satori: A Tribute To Bauhaus

7:30pm to 8:00pm

17. Sleepwalker / Anna Yamada / 14 Girls' Life (VA)
18. Chronograph / Sketch Show / Loophole
19. Silent Way / Arakajime Kimerareta Koibitotachi e / Kara
20. Nowhere I'd Like To Be (Kouya no Hate) / dip / 9souls soundtrack
21. My Shadow / Cube Juice / III

Show Notes

Farewell - G-Schmitt
I do my best to make sure that everything I play is available for purchase, but every once and a while I will play something that is out of print. This version of Farewell is from the band's 1987 album Struggle To Survive, however both this and the compilations I played it from are currently not available.

Slice Of Life (Bahaus Cover) - Mayumi Chiwaki + Pilar Stupa
Satori: A Tribute To Bauhaus was released in 1999 by Creativeman Disc. It is out of print but not that hard to find.
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