We were delighted to have special guest Space Disco Jeff aboard the Moonbase for tonight’s show. Apart from space disco, we also had chiptune/8bit music, soundtrack music from Henry Mancini, Singapore A-Go-Go and plenty more.
In addition to the music, MC Zirconium told us tall tales about Pac-Man, pink Hitler and scientific sarcasm.
1. Henry Mancini: Star Trek from Mancini’s Angels & The Theme Scene
2. Dick Doerschuk: Scenic Route from Liquid Sunshine
3. Telex: Eurovision from Neurovision
4. DMX Krew: All Aboard from The March to the Stars
5. The Ritchie Family: Quiet Village from Disco Discharge Diggin’ Deeper
6. Bundes Jugend Jazz Orchester (directed by Peter Herbolzheimer): Caravan from Focus On Vocals
7. Human League: The Dignity Of Labour, Part 2 from Reproduction
8. Tristram Cary: Music For Light from It’s time for Tristram Cary
8. Phalangius: Percival Pembroke C1 from The Cambridge Library Murders
9. Brad Smith: Time from MOON8
10. The Ventures: She’s Not There
11. Charlie Electric Guitar Band’s Sound of Japan: Carnation from Singapore A-Go-Go
12. Henry Mancini: Car Wash from Mancini’s Angels & The Theme Scene
13. Vivien Vee: Give Me a Break from Disco Discharge Euro Disco
14. Alan Parker & Alan Hawkshaw: Sweet Summer from Liquid Sunshine
15. YMCK: Hateshinaisekai
16. Hosokawa Fumie: Poupée De Cire Poupée De Son from Gainsbourg made in Japan
17. Billy Preston: Outa-Space (Single Version) from Cool – Funk
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- Scientists develop algorithm to detect sarcasm in written text
- Ninjas come to the rescue
- Japan sends probe to Venus