01 Madness - Blue Skinned Beast
02 Robert Wyatt - Shipbuilding
03 Billy Bragg - Which Side Are You On?
04 Three Johns - World of Workers is Wild
05 Girls at Our Best - Getting Nowhere Fast
06 HMHB - National Shite Day
07 Wah - The Day Margaret Thatcher Dies
08 Orange Juice - Lean Period
09 Nightingales - First My Job
10 Television Personalities - Paradise Estate
11 Felt - Grey Streets
12 Mekons - Abermant 1984/5
13 Redskins - Lev Bronstein
14 McCarthy - Red Sleeping Beauty
15 Band of Holy Joy - Who Snatched the Baby?
VA - Utopia Revisited: Radio Utopia II (1998, Radio B92)
Radio B92 Selection Of Groovy Tunes:
01 Faze Action - Original Disco Motion
02 A.D.N.Y. - That Sax Song
03 The Amalgamation Of Soundz - 63rd Suite
04 16B - Water Ride
05 Les Rythmes Digitales - Jacques Your Body
06 Future Legends - The Music
07 Subject 13 - True Skillz (Endemic Void remix)
08 Two Lone Swordsmen - Glide By Shooting
09 Maas - Look At Me Now, Falling (I-Cube Simple Mix)
10 Larry Heard - Guidance
11 Mouse On Mars - Cache Coeur Naif
During the past twelve years of its existence, Radio B92 has traveled a long way. It was the very first radio station in this corner of the world to put diverse styles of urban underground music on air. Back in 1989 it was the distorted guitar noise of Mudhoney and My Bloody Valentine, hip-hop breaks of A Tribe Called Quest and BDP and the sophisticated house grooves of Mr. Fingers and Inner City. In the years that followed, besides regular broadcast, B92 has been supporting Yugoslav alternative acts through numerous record releases as well as creating a lively club scene by organizing hundreds of parties which have presented both local and famous international DJs such as Slam, DJ Hell, John Acquaviva, Phil Perry, Misjah, Trevor Rockcliffe and many more.
Utopia Revisited was the first release published under license in Yugoslavia since 1991 and there is only 1,000 copies. The inner sleeve of cd contains a short story called "Utopia Revisited" by Matthew Colin, author of Altered State: The Story Of Ecstasy Culture And Acid House. Dedicated to all the Belgrade people who have hammered a spike into dial-jog at 92.5 FM. Radio B92 - founded in '89, still surfin' the waves.
The Smiths - The 12 Inch Mixes (1988, CBS Records Australia)
01 This Charming Man (New York) 02 How Soon Is Now? 03 Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before 04 Bigmouth Strikes Again
This release is the Smiths volume in a series of compilations of 12" mixes released for many artists in Australia. Because the Smiths only had "This Charming Man" remixed, it is the only song in this compilation to fit the theme. The others are the versions as they appeared on the 12" singles, so identical to the album versions.
Coulter - Send To Coventry (2009, Hairball 8 Records)
01 See You Next Tuesday
02 Lights, Camera, Dissatisfaction
03 Give it a Chance
04 The More I See
05 A Lifelong Romance
06 The Path of Most Resistance
07 The Happiest Days of My Life
08 How Would You Know I Was Looking At You...
09 Martial Hearts
10 Je Vous Pardonne Tout
“Listened to the right records growing up, and this album proves that the heart is still what matters when it comes to making great music”
- Andy Rourke from THE SMITHS
"With such a depressing album cover you might expect the music of this Seattle based solo artist to follow suit, but this album provides quite the opposite. Despite lyrics covering topics like lost love and dissatisfaction, Coulter manages to sound like an upbeat Morrissey, if such a thing exists."
- Lifestyle Magazine (UK)
“Sent To Coventry’ is pop with thoughtful musings layered over jangly, guitars. Give It A Chance is about as raucous and as catchy as it gets.”
- Birmingham Sunday Mercury (UK)
“Like a destitute Morrissey performing Killers covers onstage at a local pub, (this) selection of songs wouldn’t sound out of place being performed on a 1980’s Eurovision song contest”