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Stoke Newington's Gengahr join Stuart to chat about their latest album Where Wildness Grows.

Stoke Newington's Gengahr join Stuart to chat about their latest album Where Wildness Grows. Originally called RES, they had to change their name due to another group being already called that. They settled on Gengahr, an alteration of Gengar, the name of a Shadow Pokemon from the original games. They'll be popping by the studio mid-UK tour.

Kick back to Tea Time Theme Time, three songs picked by a listener, can you guess what links them? And The Chain, which is now clocking in at over 6,000 tunes, continues. Suggest a song that should be next, but remember no repeats.

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Tue 24 Apr 2018 13:00

Music Played

  • Underworld

    Born Slippy

    • Junior Boys Own.
  • Little Dragon

    Sway Daisy

    • Because Music.
  • Honeyblood

    Sea Hearts

    • Fatcat Records.
  • Gil Scott‐Heron

    When You Are Who You Are

    • Flying Dutchman/RCA.
  • Joan As Police Woman

    Damned Devotion

    • Play It Again Sam.
  • Whyte Horses

    The Best Of It

    • CD single.
    • CRC Records.
  • Toots & The Maytals

    Funky Kingston

    • Mango.
  • Manic Street Preachers

    We Are All Bourgeois Now

  • Arcade Fire

    Put Your Money On Me

    • Columbia.
  • The Velvet Underground

    White Light/White Heat

    • Verve.
  • Leon Bridges

    Bad Bad News

    • Columbia.
  • Bush Tetras

    Can't Be Funky

    • Fetish Records.
  • Queens of the Stone Age

    Make It Wit Chu

    • CD SINGLE.
    • Interscope.
  • Sunflower Bean

    Twentytwo

    • Lucky Number.
  • Khruangbin

    Evan Finds The Third Room

    • Con Todo El Mundo.
    • Night Time Stories.
  • Earth, Wind & Fire

    Shining Star

    • Columbia.
  • Gengahr

    Mallory

  • Gengahr

    I'll Be Waiting

    • Where Wildness Grows.
    • Transgressive Records.
  • Mattiel

    Count Your Blessings

    • Heavenly Recordings.
  • Colin Blunstone

    Say You Don't Mind

    • The Greatest Hits Of 1972 (Various).
    • Premier.
  • Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark

    Electricity

    • VIRGIN.
  • Charlotte Gainsbourg

    Sylvia Says

    • Because Music.
  • SLUG

    Humming and Hawing

    • Higgledypiggledy.
    • Memphis Industries.
  • Dion

    Only You Know

    • Born To Be With You.
    • Phil Spector International.
  • Young Fathers

    Toy

    • Ninja Tune.
  • Franz Ferdinand

    Glimpse Of Love (Version)

    • Domino Recording Co. Ltd..
  • Superorgansim

    Everybody Wants To Be Famous

  • M.I.A.

    Paper Planes

  • Pink Floyd

    Money

  • Kojey Radical

    If Only

    • Kojey Radical.
  • Menahan Street Band

    Make The Road By Walking

    • This Is Funk.
    • Metro Triples.
    • 12.
  • Billy Bragg

    Sexuality

    • Cooking Vinyl.

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