Pere Ubu – Street Waves (1976)
The Screamers – Peer Pressure (1977)
Devo – Sloppy (I Saw My Baby Gettin’) (1977)
Chrome – Chromosome Damage (1977)
Suicide – Ghost Rider (1977)
The Normal – T.V.O.D. (1978)
Throbbing Gristle – United (1978)
Eno And Snatch – R.A.F. (1978)
The Slits – FM (Peel Sessions) (1978)
Gang Of Four – Love Like Anthrax (1978)
Subway Sect – Chain Smoking (1978)
Siouxsie & the Banshees – Nicotine Stain (1978)
Metal Urbain – Hysterie Connective (1978)
Sleepers – Flying (1978)
The Urinals – I’m A Bug (1979)
The Prefects – Faults (Peel Session) (1978)
Mars – 3E (1978)
The Pop Group – 3:38 (1978)
A Certain Ratio – All Night Party (1979)
Wire – A Question Of Degree (1979)
Talking Heads – Drugs (1979)
The Human League – The Dignity of Labour, Part 3 (1979)
Cabaret Voltaire – Partially Submerged (1980)
Joy Division – These Days (1980)
The Flying Lizards – Hands 2 Take (1981)
Public Image Ltd. – Home Is Where The Heart Is (1981)
Orange Juice – Poor Old Soul, Part 2 (1981)
Basically today’s post is just a long list of post-punk classic tracks if you haven’t been able to tell so far? I’m not breaking any copyright laws yet again but this little blog post today is based a list of songs once printed in a mag at the top of this other blog post I wrote a little while ago. So follow the link to it here, if you really wanna know?
In the small print at the bottom left corner of last page is you chance to win by sending them a letter or even back then email to win an one off copy on a CD comp of this all together in one place like this post, I guess? So to win the one and only copy you just had to answer in (no word than 40 words) “which post-punk track has been criminally left off?” and I would have said anything from Australia is always forgotten, who knows maybe I did send them something saying that, maybe half the 40 words were sweat words too! I don’t know? If you wanna do the same thing to me? Feel free below, leave a reply!
Once you had to dig around record shops forever to find all this kind-of stuff but now you just look it all up on YouTube. Easy and I’ve just embedded them all here for my or anyone else’s entertainment, hope whoever checking out this post enjoys it?
BTW my mid-late 90’s playlists are at 100 tracks each, if you need even more songs? I did once joke about them being triple figures but it’s happened now! So that’s 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995 and all linked in blue!