February 2021 Playlist

February 2021 playlist montageClick here to listen to the full playlist in Spotify

A full month back in lockdown has obviously meant a (hopefully temporary) end to live shows but that hasn’t meant that new music hasn’t kept coming through.

So, in the brand new stuff area, I’ve got a track from the new album by Gregory Harrison and new singles from Rhumba Club, Hot Juice, Mike Meinke, Alfie Butel and Elliot Albert Orchard.

With that a few other things including some Kiss after watching Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey, a track from Len thanks to Let’s Get Quizzical, some Cramps to mark Poison Ivy’s birthday and just because it struck me a live version of Metallica’s Welcome Home (Sanitarium).

You can find the playlist embedded below or go to it on Spotify by clicking here.

  • Gregory Harrison – The Belvedere Inn (from 109)
  • Rhumba Club – (I’m Gonna Construct) An Image (single)
  • Hot Juice – Second Wave (single)
  • Mike Meinke – Lazy Day (single)
  • Kiss – God Gave Rock ‘N’ Roll To You II (from Revenge and the soundtrack to Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey)
  • Alfie Butel – Will You Be My Valentine (single)
  • Len – Steal My Sunshine (from You Can’t Stop The Bum Rush and as heard at Let’s Get Quizzical)
  • The Cramps – People Ain’t No Good (from A Date With Elvis)
  • Metallica – Welcome Home (Sanitarium) – Live in Seattle ‘89 (from Live Shit, Binge & Purge)
  • Elliot Albert Orchard – Flower (single)

For my ‘bonus’ video this month one that’s not appeared on Spotify as yet, from Buffalo Huddleston, new single, Bubble

 

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