Saturday 10 January 2016
COUNTDOWN April 25th, 1982 (Split Enz) (Rage)
SPLIT ENZ Message To My Girl (Festival)
COUNTDOWN April 21st, 1985 (Queen) (Rage)
QUEEN Body Language (EMI)
ANTENNA Turning Music Into Gold, 1985 (Uncanny X-Men) (Rage)
COUNTDOWN June 14th, 1987 (Warwick Capper) (Rage)
THE TWO MAN BAND Up There Cazaly (Independent)
GTK Ike and Tina Turner, 1975 (Rage)
IKE and TINA TURNER River Deep Mountain High (Festival)
TINA TURNER Let's Stay Together (Interfusion)
TINA TURNER Break Every Rule (Festival)
TINA TURNER One Of The Living (Capitol)
INSIDE STORY Once More Without Vocals, 1970 (Rage)
SKYHOOKS Living In The '70s (Fest/Mush)
SKYHOOKS Million Dollar Riff (Mushroom)
SKYHOOKS You Just Like Me 'Cos I'm Good In Bed (Fest/Mush)
SKYHOOKS Whatever Happened To The Revolution (Festival)
SKYHOOKS Meglomania (Festival)
ROCK ARENA December 18th, 1984 (Machinations) (Rage)
COUNTDOWN April 12th, 1987 (Peter O'Brien) (Rage)
I only just pulled this off facebook and its not on the RAGE site yet so it must be unconfirmed but if this is true...???
This Playlist is from last year, last January.
Is any latest Countdown episodes to be rescreened in Rage Goes Retro 2 tomorrow night?
That explains why it looks so familiar!
Still waiting on rage, they are really taking a LONG time to upload today!
I thought rage had really dropped the ball when I saw this, as I've just copied these episodes off my hard-drive to DVD a few weeks ago. Thankfully it's an old playlist. :)
To make up for jumping the gun. This recently went up but still no playlist:
For the second instalment you'll see classic clips from the 60s, the 70s, and the 80s with live appearances from Eurogliders, Eurythmics, Adam & The Ants, Skyhooks and more.
Join us for the second week of Rage Goes Retro on Saturday 9th January from 10:49-11:49am, returning for the night from 11:21pm on ABC.
Got a feeling there is going to be a July 1985 episode of Countdown in there, as I'm very sure that the Eurythmics performed "would I lie to you" in the countdown studio.
I'm pretty sure it's just an interview with Annie & Dave. I've got a VHS-sourced copy of it.
So where does the 'Eurythmics live appearance' come into it? The blurb on the rage site says so...
"For the second instalment you'll see classic clips from the 60s, the 70s, and the 80s with live appearances from Eurogliders, Eurythmics, Adam & The Ants, Skyhooks and more"
I would have thought at least a TOTPs performance.