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Mixing Up The Medicine: Tuesday, 6 September 2016

Artist | Track/Song Name | Album Title | Label/Distributor | Comments

Jack Nietzche- The Lonely Surfer
Os Mutantes- A Minha Menina (S/T)
Harumi- Hurry Up Now (S/T)
3 Hurel: Sevenler Aglarmis (Turk Pop)

Eye Q- Making Life Out Of Music (Power To The People)
The Black Mirrors- The World Ends (The World Ends: Afro Rock & Psychedelia in 1970s Nigeria part TWO)

FROM THE VAULT: LIVE SET FROM THE SCIENTISTS
The Spin
Swampland
Raver
Gonna Make You (talkover)
Fire Escape
I’ve Had It (talkover)
The Wall
Rev Head
We Had Love

The Saints- Somebody (the Monkey Puzzle)
X- Not Fade Away (Live At The Civic 79)
Patti Smith- Ask The Angels (Radio Ethiopia)
Dead Moon- D.O.A (Unknown Passage)
Ed Kuepper- Palace of Sin (Electrical Storm)
The Saints- Brisbane/Security City (Prehistoric Sounds)

Mere Women- Drive (Single)
Suss Cunts- Anemic Boyfriend (S/T)
Scott & Charlene's Wedding- Distracted (Mid-30s Singles Scene)
Dave Graney & Clare Moore- Rupert's Pets Grave (Single)
Quivers- Pigeons
Caroline No- Roomer (No Language)

The Everly Brothers- Bye Bye Love

The Scientists: From the PBS Vault

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Tuesday 6 September 2016

PBS is very excited to present an exclusive live set from the PBS Vault – The Scientists, recorded at the Prince of Wales in March 1983. Listen back to Mixing Up the Medicine from Tuesday 6th September 2016 to hear this exclusive live recording from PBS’ extensive tape archive and an interview with The Scientists’ Kim Salmon.

Emerging from West Australian swamp in 1978, The Scientists turned punk on its head with their melodic take on the genre and refusal to adhere to punk’s dress code. By the time they arrived on the East Coast they’d undergone countless line-up changes and found a sludgier, more visceral sound – captured in all its ferocity live at PBS’ first home.

The Scientists, Live at the Prince of Wales – March 24, 1983

The Spin
Swampland
Raver
Gonna Make You (talkover)
Fire Escape
I’ve Had It (talkover)
The Wall
Rev Head
We Had Love

Engineered by Ross Giles. Additional production by Paul Maybury and Garry Havrillay

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