Delve headlong into the world of Plato's Retreat with Samuel Harmony, Kris McFang, and Rob Bollox . $1 - $1000 records given equal treatment and airtime. For all that's good in Boogie, New Wave, Disco, House, Post-punk, Afro, Modern Soul, AOR, & much much more. Keys in the bowl, folks. Shoes at the door.
On Plato's Retreat this week, your hosts Sam, Kris, and Pearl are all feeling a little worse for wear after there respective friday nights.
Luckily, Rob Bollox is feeling in fine fettle, bringing you the Sports and Emmerdale reviews, and being an all around top geezer.
The cheese for this weeks Cheese Wheel of Fortune is a massive hit, and our new friend Kiril brings in three off-the-wall beers for the 16Tun Flagon Wagon.
Roxy Music - The Space Between
Laid Back - White Horse
Material - Bustin' Out
Stephanie Mills - The Medicine Song (Instrumental)
Colour Box - Break Down
Feater - Time Million
Thiade & DJ Hum - Coisas Do Amor
New World Music - Intellectual Thinking
Danny Brown - Shine feat. Blood Orange
FOX - Choas (Extended Mix)
Burna Boy - Ja Ara E
Neb Solo - Can 2002
CHAII - South
Steve Hiett - Never Find A Girl
Blondie - The Disco Song
Steve Gunn - 60-40
Jack Ladder - Come on Back This Way (feat Sharon van Etten)
Lucy Hunter - Replace it with Batter
Style Council - Money-Go-Round
Paul Haig - Running Away
Anatolian Weapons ft Seirios Savvadis - Ofiodaimon
On a blinding, sunny, warm and summer-ish Saturday, Plato's Retreat bring the tunes for the weather, including some Eddy Grant for Rob and....Sting?
A full roster of segements including the Cheese Wheel of Fortune with our very own Pearl, Emmerdale and Sports with Mr Roberto Bollixio, and a special two-man Flagon Wagon beer review, thanks to 16 Tun, 10/26 Jellicoe Street, Wynyard Quarter.
On the last edition of Plato's Retreat before the return of their special boy (Sam), your team Kris, Rob, and Pearl offer you another special show. Kris has just scooped up a new swag of 7" records, Rob brings the Sports and the Emmerdale, and Pearl brings the laughs, gig guide, and cursing. The team also welcome another special guest host for the 16Tun sponsored Flagon Wagon.
Frankie Goes to Hollywood - Welcome to the Pleasuredome (12 Xztas 7 Mix)
Rockmelons - New Improved Groove
Jellybean - The Real Thing
Imagination - Instinctual (12" Mix)
Logic Dance - Domino Dance
Loggerheads - Vikings Go Pumping
The Passage - Animal in Me
Five or Six - Another Reason
Iggy Pop - Sister Midnight
Derick Morgan - Tougher than Tough
The Cramps - Primitive
Jim White - Burn the River Dry
Lawrence Arabia - Meaningless Words
My Morning Jacket - Wordless Chorus
Shona Laing - (You're) One in a Million (Extended Mix)
Serge Gainsbourge - Mon Legionaire
Necropolis of Love - Talk
Michael James Keane - All The Green Leaves
Ministry - N.W.O
a; Grumh... - Ha People
Nitzer Ebb - Join in the Chant
Nightmares On Wax - Now Is The Time
The Orb & Lee Scratch Perry - Golden Clouds (Stereo Beaver Edit)
This week on Plato's Retreat, Kris and Rob are still Sam-less (and Pearl-less too), and yet they endeavour to offer up another tasty selection of music, sports, and Emmerdale for the week...helped along by Fin from 16 Tun bringing in not 1, not 2, but 3 beers for the Flagon Wagon.
Celestial Choir - Stand on the Word (LArry Levan Mix)
Book of Love - Boy (Extended Mix)
Ralph MacDonald - Theme from "The Outcasts"
Myele Manzanza - Itaru's Phone Booth
Morris Day and the Time - Gigilos Get Lonely Too
Necropolis of Love - Dance
Felt - Primitive Painters (feat Elizabeth Frazer)
Brian Jonestown massacre - Panic in Babylon
Noura Mint Seymali - Richa
Chemical Brothers - Do It Again
Raiza Biza - Stolen Youth
Church & AP - Roulette
Toumast - Ikalane Walegh
Satalite Spies - Destiny in Motion
Leisure Process - Love Cascade (Dance Mix)
My Life with the TKK - A Daisy Chain 4 Satan (Acid and Flowers Mix)
To prevent the Emmerdale review from becoming Kim Tate reveiw (the most hated character in English television), this week Rob runs us down on the Sharma family's chocolate factory fiasco, scream-ups at the pub, and just a little bit of KT news.
In this edition of the critically acclaimed Emmerdale review Rob describes an exciting road trip in which multiple characters end up in the beautiful city of Belfast, birthplace of the Titanic. In Belfast, Marlon and Paddy confront Paddy's father Bear-Wolf in a pub, before moving into a having a really great chat about pies.
In this edition of the Emmerdale Review Mr Bollox fills us in on the attempted frame-up of Kane Dingle by "the scariest man I've seen on television". Kris and "Rootin' Tootin' Pollard" also have a bit of fun with the Emmerdale Wild West name generator.