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Show Edit

YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1988-09-23
Comments
  • Hal: "After the BulletBoys track, Tommy re-starts some earlier competitions (Pink Floyd, Vixen, Bon Jovi and general junk) because there had been a postal strike and people couldn't write in. The 1988 strike ended on 13 Sep 1988 but the backlog took a few weeks to kick in. Date confirmed after the Nuclear Assault and Little Angels tracks by Tommy detailing the upcoming Night Rockin' show, which will start in 'a week and a day' at midnight on Sat 1 Oct. Also after the Little Angels track, Tommy announces that there won't be a FRS the following week because of Radio 1's 21st birthday. The only band Tommy mentions in the intro who don't appear in this track listing are the Seers. There was a band by this name who issued a couple of singles in 1988, but they don't sound like track 22." [1]

Sessions Edit

Track Listing Edit

Files a and b

File c

File Edit

Name
  • a) Friday Rock Show, BBC Radio 1, 1988-09-23
  • b) FRS-1988-09-23-A
  • c) FRS-1988-09-23-B
Length
  • a) 01:54:18
  • b) 01:02:17
  • c) 00:57:05
Other
  • a) Many thanks to Kilasson.
  • b) & c) Many thanks to Hal C F Astell.
Available
Footnotes
  1. An unsigned band that took part in the Rock Wars in the Friday Rock Show. Didn't seem to get very far, as they remained unsigned and vanished into oblivious.

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