Hospital Podcast 377 – National Album Day Special

October 12, 2018 in Podcast

On Saturday 13th of October, the entire British music community are coming together to celebrate by listening to an album of choice at 3:33PM. In anticipation of this day, Tony Colman and Chris Goss talk through their favourite albums that informed their own musical DNA and therefore informed the DNA of Hospital Records.

Supertramp “Breakfast In America”  > Child Of Vision
Kraftwerk “Computer World” > Computer Love
The The “Soul Mining” > Uncertain Smile
Frank Zappa “Hot Rats” > Peaches En Regalia
Elvis Costello & The Attractions “Blood & Chocolate” > I Want You
Led Zeppelin “Presence” > Achilles last stand
Prince “Sign O The Times” > The Ballad Of Dorothy Parker
XTC “Skylarking” > The Man Who Sailed Around His Soul
Public Enemy “It Takes A Nation Of Millions” > Night Of The Living Baseheads
Todd Rundgren “A Wizard, A True Star > Sometimes I Don’t Know What To Feel
Boymerang “Balance Of The Force” > Soul Beat Runna
The Geoff Love Orchestra “Big Terror Movie Themes” > Tubular Bells
The Streets “Original Pirate Material” > Has It Come To This?
Ian Dury & The Blockheads “New Boots And Panties” > Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick

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Speech Therapy 001: Krakota & The Mongol Rally

Welcome to the first edition of what will be an occasional sub genre of the Hospital Podcast, called 'Speech Therapy'. No, this isn't us trying to teach you how to speak proper, but it's a chance to go in on interesting people with stories to tell who are connected to the drum and bass world. All talk, no music. If you like jogging to our podcasts, maybe skip these, but if you've been wanting more of the inside story, listen on. I kick off the series with an in depth journal from Krakota describing his drive in the 2018 Mongol Rally. Driving from Prague to the Eastern edge of Mongolia. In an ancient Ford Fiesta. With only 3 pairs of pants (English word for male underwear). I hope you enjoy this new endeavour - back to the music next week!
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