Please note: the original commercial release of this series in 2006 was exclusively available only in PAL Region 2.
Here for the first time exclusively at MVR you can now collect the REGION 0 DVD Set of this series which is playable on all American, Canadian and ALL other DVD players worldwide.
Description: the track listings as they appear below are the most complete anywhere on the web. Some segments from the original track listing were either overlooked, mis-labeled at all or not given much of a description. MVR has reviewed the entire six hour content. The track listing below is a much more elaborate description displaying exactly what is contained in this series compilation of highlights from the classic 1980s music programme. The program was presented by the late Paula Yates as well as Jools Holland and others in tfandihe Newcastle studios in England. Featuring a unique spectrum of EXCLUSIVE live performances and interviews with classic performances from The Jam, Culture Club, Soft Cell, Iggy Pop, Depeche Mode, A Flock Of Seagulls, Simple Minds, Madness, and many more.
DISC 1 of 3
Jools Holland: 5th November 1982 Introduction inside studio 5 with fans online to enter the program
Mark Miwurdz introduces the first act on the show
Toy Dolls: She Goes To Fino’s
Paula Yates: Introduction
Paul Weller (The Jam): Interview in the dressing room by Muriel Gray
Sting (The Police): Interview bu Paula Yates
Heaven 17: At The Height Of The Fighting
Pete Townshend (The Who): Interview b y Jools Holland
The Jam: A Town Called Malice
The Jam: Modern World
Alison Moyet (Yazoo), Eric Burdon (The Animals), Jools Holland: House Of The Rising Sun by The Animals
Andy Summers (The Police) : Interview by Gary James (it’s interesting to note that you can see the Copeland Brothers behind Andy along with Gina and Charlotte of the Go-Go’s)
Yazoo: Don’t Go
The Bangles: Interview by Jools Holland. (this is the earliest interview I’ve seen of the band shot in Los Angeles, CA USA)
Go-Go’s: Our Lips Are Sealed
Midge Ure (Ultravox): Interview by Paula Yates
Shalamar: A Night To Remember
Mari Wilson and Boy George (Culture Club): Are interviewed simultaneously by Paula Yates
Altered Images: Another Lost Look (this was their demo tape session at Park Lane Studios in Glasgow Scotland. Naturally shot out of studio that has the appearance of a music video but is simply a performance)
Mark Miwurdz (II): “The Changing Room”
Culture Club: I’ll Tumble For Ya
Mari Wilson: Dr Love
The Hard (I): Untitled
A Flock Of Seagulls– Wishing
Jim Kerr & Charlie Burchill (Simple Minds): Interview by Muriel Gray in the green room
Simple Minds: New Gold Dream
The Hard (II): Untitled
Ray Manzarek (The Doors): Interview by Jools Holland Ray discusses how he discovered X by accident attending a concert of a rockabilly group in Los Angeles and X was the opening act.
X with Ray Manzarek: Blue Spark (Live from the Whiskey -A-Gogo in Los Angeles, California USA)
Exene Cervenka (X): Interview by Jools Holland in Los Angeles. Discuss the LA seen in the last five years
Mark Miwurdz (III): Untitled
Kevin Rowland (Dexy’s Midnight Runners): Interview by Nick Laird-Clowes (please presented with later form and be the lead singer of the Dream Academy)
Dexy’s Midnight Runners: The Celtic Soul Brothers
Grandmaster Flash and The Furious Five: Interview by Paula Yates Flash discusses the need for wrapping over his messes and rap’s formation in the Bronx, New York
Grandmaster Flash and The Furious Five: The Message
Wall Of Voodoo: Tomorrow
Mark Miwurdz (IV): Untitled
George “Dr. Funkenstein” Clinton: Loopzilla
Jools Hooland: Rubbish Furniture segment with Artist/Author Rick Ball who is promoting his book at the time “LOW TECH – Fast Furniture for the next to nothing”. Rick presents his “Low Tech” concept in London by scouring the streets for discarded furniture pieces to be reimagined into “Low Tech”
Soft Cell: Martin
DISC 2 of 3
Mick Jagger (Rolling Stones): Interview by Paula Yates on 27th of June 1982. It discusses the current tour and the band playing at Wembley stadium. Paula asks about his recent 100 club gig and would he like to do similar intimate venues
Iggy Pop: Sweet Sixteen
Mick Jones (Foreigner): Interview by Michel Cremona discussing breaking into the UK music market
Twisted Sister: It’s Only Rock And Roll
Mark Miwurdz (V): Untitled
Gregory Isaacs: Cool Down The Pace
The Hard: Father Christmas (I)
Brian Johnson (AC/DC): Interview by Jools Holand. Discusses with the bands up to right now and how they celebrate the Christmas holidays.
The Hard: Father Christmas (II)
Introduction by by Nick Laird-Clowes (please presented with later form and be the lead singer of the Dream Academy)
Alison Moyet: God Bless The Child
Gary Numan: In Rehearsal and Interview by Paula Yates. This interview shot in Pasadena, CA USA during his rehearsals for his US tour just prior to his first performance at Perkins Palace. Gary talks about the American seen being very British with vans like Soft Cell human league and Duran Duran. The segment also includes a rare talk with both of Gary Newman’s parents by Jools Holland
Depeche Mode: Leave In Silence
The Hard: Father Christmas (III)
Imagination: Body Talk
The Hard: Father Christmas (IV)
Bad News (Mock Hard Rock band by the actors of the UK TV Series “The Young Ones”: Bad News
Bad News: Interview by Jules Holland As they are actors from the start it’s a very comical interview.
Traditional Tube show opening
Blancmange: Living On The Ceiling
Steve Strange (Visage): Interview by Paul A Yates. Discusses the previous “Pleasure Boys” not quite charting properly only number 39 and also how they will tour in May. Steve also discusses the ingredients of making a good club.
Jools sells the famous Tube poster (basically a advertisement during the show)
Southern Death Cult (later would become The Cult): False Faces
Nick Heyward (Haircut 100): Interview by Jools Holland via satellite from London. Talks about his hopes and aspirations for the new year. Also discusses his new solo single “Whistle down the Wind” with a new album and tour by the following March
The Stranglers: European Female
Hair-dressing with a difference: This segment is about celebrity hairdresser Allan Soh. Not only did Soh invent the chop-stick perm, he also pretty much admits to using a lotion made of horse urine. Alan has styled and colored the hair of for French New Romantic/Artist Ronny (who is also interviewed) as well as Duran Duran’s John Taylor, members of Japan and others. This while styling Karen’s hair who is the daughter of Des O’Connor
Thompson Twins: Love On Your Side
Mark Wardel (Artist) & Hazel O’Connor: Interview (Part 1 of 2). Segment has renowned artist Mark Wardel being interviewed whilst he paints his impression of Hazel Connor live in the studio during the interview.
Mark Miwurdz (I): Untitled
JoBoxers: Boxer Beat
Mark Wardel (Artist) & Hazel O’Connor: Interview (Part 2 of 2): initially Mark is interviewed displaying his final result of his impression of Hazel O’Connor. Hazel finds it very flattering and shortly there after Hazel is also interviewed. She discusses how she’s been in litigation with her record company and laying low for the last year.
Jools sells the famous Tube poster (basically a advertisement during the show)
Pat Benatar: Shadows Of The Night
Phil Lynott and Scott Walker (Thin Lizzy): Interview by Michel Cremona. Phil discusses why the band is breaking up and some discussion about his book releases
O.M.D.: Genetic Engineering
Pretenders Costumers of Birmingham, England are interviewed by Jools Holland.
Jools Holland’s Boogie Woogie
Jools Holland and his Millionaires with the Wealthy Tarts: Dr Jazz
DISC 3 of 3
Thin Lizzy: The Boys Are Back In Town
William Shatner: Interview by Jools Holland at Universal Studios in Hollywood California. William discusses the production of Star Trek III. He discusses how he appreciates the growth of the character Captain Kirk.
Paul Young: Love Of The Common People
Stiff Little Fingers: Interview by Jools Holland in the studio. The band talks about disbanding and their farewell tour along with their upcoming dates in Newcastle.
Gap Band: Oops Upside Your Head
The Belle Stars: Indian Summer
“Unhygenic Jools” (I): Rock Against Roughage segment with interview by Jools Holland
Aztec Camera: Oblivious
“Unhygenic Jools” (II) Interview by Jools Holland
Yarbrough & Peoples: Don’t Stop The Music
Fun Boy Three: Tunnel Of Love (this is the very first time the band is ever played live anywhere in the world)
Wendy Stapleton (Wendy & The Rockets) And Iva Davies (Icehouse): Interview by Paula Yates. Iva is asked about the sudden insurgents of Australian bands in the music scene. He explains how he thinks it’s part of the Australian film Industry movement in America
Icehouse: Hey Little Girl
Frankie Goes To Hollywood: Relax (In Heaven Everything Is Fine) Demo Version LIVE at The State
Holly Johnson (Frankie Goes To Hollywood): Interview how many discusses at the time of the performance they have no record contract and are obviously looking to be signed so they performed on the show in the hopes of that. They also discuss their pioneering clothing style. Super rare
Madness: It Must Be Love
Steve Strange (Visage) Interview: Introduction by Paula Gates Live in London in front of the Camden Palace with Steve Strange “what makes a hot night on the town?” Steve discusses performing live as Visage and what he thinks about performing on the programme.
David Joseph: Can’t Hide Your Love (featuring Dance company FLEX)
Mark Miwurdz (II): Untitled
John McVicar (Writer for Timeout the subject of a new film by Pete Townsend) And Peter Holt (Nightlife Writer Timeout): Interview is live via satellite from London at the Camden Palace discussing “what makes a hot night on the town?”
Visage: The Anvil
Annie Lennox (Eurythmics): Interview by Michel Cremona. Annie discusses performing cover versions like Lou Reed’s “Satellite of Love” and the current lineup of her band.
Paul Young: Come Back And Stay
Eurythmics: This Is The House
“Brookside” Profile of Soap Opera that takes place in Liverpool: Jules Holland interviews the creator of the series as well as taking a short tour behind the scenes in the studio of the series
Wah: Silver & Gold
Freur: Doot Doot
Hologram segment with Jools Holland (I)
Big Country: Fields Of Fire
Hologram segment with Jools Holland (II)
Kajagoogoo: Interview the entire band by Gary James. The band discuss the origins of the name and pretty much blame Nick Beggs for the idea. And also talks about their sudden rise to fame after being supporting act for the group FASHION
Kajagoogoo: Preparing For A Fall
Mark Miwurdz (III): Untitled
Pino Palladino (Bassist for Nick Hayward, Paul Young & Gary Numan): Interview by Jools Holland points out all of his live performances with all these different artist makes him the one artist who has been on The Tube the most amount of times.
Nick Heyward (Solo): Atlantic Monday
The Undertones: Got To Have You Back
Farewell from all the presenters previously mentioned
Total Running Entire 3 DVD Set: 6 Hours
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