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Spinitron - KDHX: Uncontrollable Urge Wed Apr 10th 2013

Uncontrollable Urge (Music)

Wed Apr 10th 2013 10.00am–12.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links

Time zone: central

10:03am

Elvis Costello “Tramp The Dirt Down”
from Spike MP3/file Album (Warner Bros. 1989) —Special Maggie Thatcher edition of U.U. today.

10:08am

Billy Bragg “Between the Wars”
from Life's A Riot, Etc. (With Between The Wars EP) (CD 1985)

10:11am

The Clash “Working and Waiting”
from London Calling: 25th Anniversary Legacy Edition (Epic www.epicrecords.com 2004) —music bed.

10:12am

Pete Wylie & Wah “The Day That Margaret Thatcher Dies (A Party Song)”
from Mojo Presents: Panic (Mojo Magazine www.mojo4music.com 2011)

10:16am

Poison Girls “Another Hero”
from Statement: The Complete Recordings (Cooking Vinyl 1995) —1980.

10:22am

Cheap “Third Term”
from A Pox Upon The Poll Tax (Revolt 1989) —Thatcher did get 3 terms.

10:24am

Morrissey “Margaret on the Guillotine”
from Viva Hate (sire 1988)

10:31am

The Larks “Maggie, Maggie, Maggie”
from Here We Go (Sterile Records 1985) —a benefit compilation for the striking miners

10:33am

Newton Neurotics “Kick Out The Torries”
from Punk And Disorderly (Deluxe Edition) (Cleopatra Records 2009) —1981.

10:37am

The Subhumans [UK] “British Disease”
from Worlds Apart (Bluurg 1985)

10:42am

Mogwai “George Square Thatcher Death Party”
from Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will (Sub Pop 2011) —They did have a party in George Square the other day, I think that's in Glasgow (?) but could be wrong.

10:46am

Thatcher On Acid “Thatcher On Acid”
from Curdled/The Moondance (Broken Rekids 1997) —1987.

10:53am

Klaus Nomi “Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead”
from Simple Man (RCA 1982) —He wrote this about Thatcher, not too many Americans were focused on her, we had Reagan to worry about.

10:57am

Attila The Stockbrocker “Maggots 1 Maggie 0”
from Live In Norway (Crispin Glover Records 2008) —He had to wait about 5 years for this one to come true.

11:03am

Chumbawamba “Coal Not Dole”
from English Rebel Songs 1381-1984 (Mute Records 2003) —Song about the Miners Strike. For more info about the miner's strike go see Jeremy Deller's exhibit at the Contemporary Art Museum http://www.camstl.org/exhibitions/main-gallery/jeremy-deller-joy-in-people/

11:05am

South Wales Striking Miners Choir “Comrades In Arms”
from Shoulder To Shoulder (Ministry Of Power 1985) —Split album between Men's Choir and Industrial band Test Dept.

11:15am

The English Beat “Whine and Grine/Stand Down Margaret”
from I Just Can't Stop It (I.R.S. 1980)

11:18am

The Style Council “Money-Go-Round, Pts. 1 & 2 (Bert Bevans Remi) [Club Mix]”
from Introducing The Style Council (Polydor 1983) —Disco Revolution from Paul Weller and co.

11:28am

Crass “HOW DOES IT FEEL?”
from Best Before (Crass 1984) —1982. To Be The Mother Of 1000 Dead. one of Crass' responses to the Faulklands War. Have to cut off the end.

11:32am

Anti-Pasti “No Government”
from The Best Of - No Government (Cleopatra Records 2006) —1981. No Maggie Thatcher & No Government

11:36am

The Damned “Bed Time For Bonzo”
from Strawberries (Deluxe Edition) (Castle 2005) —1982. For Thatcher's American Counterpart, Ronald Reagan.

11:40am

The Larks “Maggie, Maggie, Maggie (Out, Out, Out)”
from Pain In The Neck EP (Exaltation 1987) R  —Another version.

11:43am

Chumbawamba “The Police Have Been Wonderful”
from Dig This: A Tribute To The Great Strike (Forward Sounds International 1985) —Maggie in her own words.

11:48am

Heaven 17 “(We Don't Need This) Fascist Groove Thang”
from Heaven 17 (Arista Records 1982)

11:54am

Billy Bragg “Thatcherites”
from William Bloke (Ekektra 1996) —A song for her followers, who unfortunately followed.


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.