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John Cale, Crocodiles, Rhodri Marsden

Duration:
3 hours
First broadcast:
Saturday 16 June 2012

Nemone starts off your Saturday with tunes you can lie in with as equally as you can be up and about with. Rhodri Marsden joins Nemone for his usual cyber ramblings in Culture Club, and brings his Scritti Politti expertise to the fold to look at cyber land from a punkier angle.

As BBC Radio 6 Music Celebrates Punk John Cale and Crocodiles are among the artists to share their punk Most Played.

And who says Saturday morning isn't the time for a little dance in the kitchen? Listen out for DJs in PJs where you choose the dance tune - the only rule is you must be in the same clothes you wore in bed.

Music Played

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  • Punk Britannia MOST PLAYED from John Cale & Crocodiles

    Punk Britannia MOST PLAYED from John Cale & Crocodiles

    As part of our Punk Britannia celebrations this weekend we turn the doors of Most Played open to various musicians, picking their favourite punk tunes. Today John Cale (Velvet Underground) and San Diego band Crocodiles selected and introduced their preferred punk:
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    JOHN CALE'S PUNK PICK:
    Rock Or Die by The Sic Fs
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    CROCODILES' PUNK PICKS:
    X Offender by Blondie
    Chatterbox by New York Dolls
    Rock & Roll Music by Chuck Berry
    Last White Christmas by Basement 5
    Sex & Violence by the Exploited

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