A year ago I will admit that I only owned one XTC compilation CD. I didn't know what I was missing. For this weeks show dived deep into the classic period ('78-'82) of XTC, and came out the other end absolutely mesmerized by their music. The talent this band had was off the charts and it's a shame they never reached the success in the states they deserved. This episode features mostly deep cuts, but I do throw in some of their bigger songs that charted in the UK since they never made an impact in the US.
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Featured songs (read ahead OR be surprised!!!)
Radios In Motion
Battery Brides (Andy Paints Brian)
Making Plans For Nigel
Generals and Majors
No Language In Our Lungs
Senses Working Overtime
All Of A Sudden (It's Too Late)
Generals and Majors Music Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-JeQduJ0f8&t=188s
Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/xtc-lifes-like-a-jig-saw-episode-42/id1506070701?i=1000506458145
Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/5rRvnUV0NLfaQCFNHCKRNw?si=bKK4dd2OQA64P0uGtu9MAg