The 80s Are Back -- With a Vengeance
Oct 16-22 Hour 2: with Steve Kilbey on Eleven Women
This week on Revenge of the 80s Radio, Steve Kilbey talks about his new solo album, Eleven Women. During our conversation, Steve tells host Chris Cordani what inspired him to record the album fresh off of two collaboration projects, thoughts behind the tracks and the resumption of a new album with The Church.
Oct 9-15: New Wave Dance Party - Hour 2
This week on Revenge of the 80s Radio, we have a new wave dance party with two hours of music to keep us all moving. We feature tracks and remixes from The Art of Noise, Alphaville, New Order, Linda Jo Rizzo, Ivan Doroschuk and many more.
Oct 2-8 Hour 2: With Midge Ure on his Backstage Lockdown Club
Midge Ure is back on with Chris. As governments continue their COVID-related shutdowns, Midge established his new Backstage Lockdown Club. Midge spent his time in lockdown learning new video production skills and promises a new streaming experience, complete with multiple cameras, cool in-house production innovation, Q and A sessions, concerts and guest musicians.
Sept 25-Oct 2 Hour 2: With Peter Flierl of Plan B
This week on Revenge of the 80s Radio, Peter Flierl of Plan B is back on with us. The band released a new maxi-single, which will be part of an album in the works. Peter also talks about Plan B's post-COVID shutdown plans and an upcoming video shoot/performance at a drive-in theater.
Sept 18-24: Songs about Food & Drink
This week on Revenge of the 80s Radio, we play songs about food and drink, eating and imbibing, going out to dinner or a barbecue with tracks from Spit Enz, The Dead Milkmen, Dr. Feelgood, Lone Justice, Bad Manners, Trio and many more classic alternative artists. (Hour 2)
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Sep 11-17: with Brian Mannix of the Uncanny X-Men
This week on Revenge of the 80s Radio, Brian Mannix of the Uncanny X-Men talks with Chris as he and The Androids are set to soon release their collaboration album: Hit Me. During our conversation, Mannix tells us about how the Uncanny X-Men formed, stories from the road, the time when someone shot at him, when he drove a Grand Prix race care, the day he kicked a tough-guy movie star in the sack and whether he may one day appear in a Marvel X-Men movie.
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I dance to this Podcast while grocery shopping
The Jan 20, 2017 Episode is one of the best 80s new wave music shows I have ever heard.