The History of Punk Radio Show #13

Here’s the History of Punk Playlist on CJSR from 22 December, when Professor David Marples visited the show!

1. Flesh for Lulu (Brixton) – “I Go Crazy”
2. Chelsea (London) – “Right to Work”
3. Generation X (London) – “Your Generation”
4. Buzzcocks (Bolton) – “Orgasm Addict”
5. Magazine (Manchester) – “Shot by Both Sides”
6. Joy Division (Manchester) – “Disorder”
7. New Order (Manchester) – “Blue Monday”
8. The Exploited (Edinburgh) – “Punk’s Not Dead”
9. Simple Minds (Glasgow) – ‘Don’t You (Forget About Me)”
10. Elvis Costello (London) – “Pump it Up”
11. Arctic Monkeys (Sheffield) – “I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor”
12. The Pogues (London) – “Fairytale of New York”

David Marples The Gateway British Subcultures 3 April 1980 pp 8 and 9
Article by David Marples in the University of Alberta’s The Gateway, April 1980 (Thanks Peel’s Prairie Provinces’s Archive) 

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