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1. The Human League / Being Boiled (Fast Product Version)
2. Tubeway Army / Down in the Park
3. Magazine / Permafrost
4. Vice Versa / New Girls Neutrons
5. Fad Gadget / Back to Nature
6. Pretenders / Private Life
7. Iggy Pop / Nightclubbing
8. The Normal / Warm Leatherette
9. Throbbing Gristle / Hot on the Heels of Love
10. Thomas Leer ; Robert Rental / Day Breaks, Night Heals
11. Shock / R.E.R.B
12. The Glitter Band / Makes You Blind
13. John Foxx / Burning Car
14. Yello / Bostich (Album Version)
15. Dalek I / Dalek I Love You (Destiny
16. Cowboys International / Thrash
17. Joy Division / Shadowplay
18. Cabaret Voltaire / Nag Nag Nag
19. Ultravox! / Hiroshima Mon Amour
20. Sparks / the Number One Song in Heaven (Long Version)
21. Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark / Electricity (Dindisc 1980 Version)
22. Ultravox / Passing Strangers
23. Kraftwerk / Radioactivity (Edit)
24. Lulu / the Man Who Sold the World
25. Jeff Wayne / the Eve of the War (Disco Re- Mix)
26. Don Armando's 2nd Avenue Rhumba Band / I'm An Indian Too
27. Japan / Life in Tokyo (1979 Single Version)
28. Blondie / Heart of Glass (12" Version)
29. Amanda Lear / Follow Me
30. Wolfgang Riechmann / Wunderbar
31. Eno - Moebius - Roedelius / Broken Head
32. M / Pop Muzik (12" Version)
33. Barry de Vorzon / Theme from 'The Warriors'
34. Roxy Music / Angel Eyes (Extended Remix)
35. Suicide / Dream Baby Dream (Long Version)
36. Grace Jones / la Vie en Rose
37. Throbbing Gristle / Hamburger Lady
38. The Walker Brothers / No Regrets
39. Hot Chocolate / Put Your Love in Me
40. The Men / I Don't Depend on You
41. Metro / Criminal World
42. Billy Cobham / Spanish Moss a Sound Portrait: Storm
43. Cerrone / Supernature (12" Full Length Version)
44. Garçons / French Boy
45. Lori and the Chameleons / Touch
46. Visage / Moon Over Moscow
47. Kraftwerk / Schaufensterpuppen
48. Mick Ronson / Only After Dark
49. Landscape / Japan
50. La Düsseldorf / Rheinita (Single Version)
51. The Cure / a Forest (12" Version)
52. The Regents / 7 Teen
53. Zaine Griff / Ashes and Diamonds
54. Spandau Ballet / to Cut a Long Story Short
55. Telex / Moskow Diskow
56. Taxi Girl / Mannequin
57. Silicon Teens / Memphis Tennessee
58. The Slits / I Heard It Through the Grapevine
59. Simple Minds / Changeling
60. Skids / Animation (Edit)
61. Giorgio Moroder / Chase (From 'Midnight Express')
62. Rinder and Lewis / Willie and the Hand Jive (12" Version)
63. Visage / Fade to Grey (1980 Dance Mix)
64. Gina X Performance / No G.D.M
65. Vangelis / Chung Kuo
66. Lou Reed / Perfect Day

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London, 1979. From the rubble and ashes of punk a new youth cult was emerging. Divinely inspired by Bowie, Roxy Music and Kraftwerk, a new tribe the press started labelling New Romantics, or Futurists, discarded punk's old hat claims towards authenticity and protest, in pursuit of glamour, make up, dressing up and dancing. Their home was The Blitz Club, a tiny wine bar at the edge of Covent Garden and what went on there between 1979 and 1980 would genuinely change the world. The other name for this cult? Blitz Kids. Without necessarily knowing it, The Blitz was birthing the next wave of British pop stars. A young Boy George ran the cloakroom, it's host and doorman was a young Steve Strange, soon to be the frontman of Visage, Spandau Ballet played their first gig there and on a given night you might find yourself dancing next to a member of Ultravox. Fashion designers in Regency ballgowns mingled with secretaries in rubber, post boys dressed as Biggles danced next to art school kids dressed as Pierrot. David Bowie assembled his extras for the 'Ashes To Ashes' video from the Blitz kids. Mick Jagger was refused entry. Too square. And the club had a mighty soundtrack, assembled painstakingly by it's resident DJ Rusty Egan. Rusty's sets brought together heroes like Eno, Iggy, and Lou Reed cool European electronic pioneers like Kraftwerk, Telex and Yello, the electronic side of disco Cerrone, Hot Chocolate, Amanda Lear) and cutting edge film soundtracks from the likes of Vangelis, Giorgio Moroder and Barry de Vorzon. Rusty also span the nascent sounds of Britian's next new wave Japan, Landscape, the Human League, Visage, Ultravox, Fad Gadget... Compiled exhaustively from his DJ sets, 'Rusty Egan Presents Blitzed!' brings together the sounds of a night at the club circa 1980 on either 66 track 4CD or 36 track 4LP sets. Beautifully presented with contemporary photography from Sheila Rock, Peter Ashworth and Terry Smith, the booklets also contain sleeve notes from Alexis Petridis and Rusty himself.