JEREMY SMITH'S SEVEN DEADLY SINS: 6 - Wrath
After two years presenting Strange Fruit with Neil Nixon, I’ve decided to move on and do something a bit different. My first idea was to sing into the microphone myself for an hour but unfortunately, the Health and Safety Executive found that this might be detrimental to public health. I’ve therefore decided to put together a septology of music shows based on the Seven Deadly Sins.
This isn’t quite a unique concept because it’s already been done in writing by Dan Savage with his rather brilliant book, “Skipping Towards Gomorrah: The Seven Deadly Sins and the Pursuit of Happiness in America” and of course also by the 1995 movie, “Seven”.
However, it may well be the first radio show to focus on the Seven Deadly Sins: Pride, Greed, Lust, Envy, Gluttony, Wrath and Sloth as content and I must say, I’m particularly looking forward to Lust and Gluttony. These seven programmes will be coming out on Gonzo multi-media over the next few weeks, while I think of what I’m going to do next. Any cool ideas will be gratefully received.
The Seven Deadly Sins 6: Wrath
The sixth part of the "Seven Deadly Sins Septology" featuring songs relating to Wrath, Anger, Hatred and Revenge.
1 Wah Heat: Seven Minutes to Midnight
2 Television Personalities: Look Back in Anger
3 Ferocious Dog: Poor, Angry and Young
4 The Fun Boy Three: The Lunatics have taken over the Asylum
5 MC5: Kick out the Jams
6 TV Smith: Expensive Being Poor
7 The Tubes: White Punks on Dope
8 Half Man Half Biscuit: Bad Review
9 Half Man Half Biscuit: Twenty Four Hour Garage People
10 Half Man Half Biscuit: The Trumpton Riots
11 Jackie Leven: Extremely Violent Man
12 Jefferson Airplane: Eat Starch Mom
13 Iggy & the Stooges: Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell (Hard to Beat)
14 Jerry Jerry & the Sons of Rhythm Orchestra: Livin' on Top
15 The Jesus & Mary Chain: Just Like Honey
16 Johnny Cash: Hurt
17 King Crimson: 21st Century Schizoid Man
18 Peter Rowan: Dust Bowl Children
19 The Pretenders: My City was Gone
20 Public Image Limited: Public Image
21 Richard & Linda Thompson: Shoot Out the Lights