Revolutionary Plastics Hour: Volume Thirty-Four

Okay, this is kind of a Twofer-Tuesday deal. Not only are there back-to-back hott traxx by Ryuchi Sakamoto (featuring Robin Scott of “Pop Muzik” fame, & Iggy Pop of “Iggy Pop music” fame), & a sweet lyrical segue from Billy Paul (“I got my head on straight/I got my mind made up”) into a Bunny Sigler song called “I Got My Mind Made Up” (come on, that’s nifty; should count as a twofer, right?), but also, it’s part one of a two-part (or “double-shot,” as long as we’re going all radio lingo up in this M.F.) pair of shows, with this one flowing right into Volume Thirty-Five.

So stick around for the end, because you don’t want to miss the beginning of that dynamite Honeycone song—not to mention the song Bruce Springsteen gave the Pointer Sisters (apparently a very early one of his, from the Asbury Park days). They do it up real nice…!

Revolutionary Plastics Hour: Volume Thirty-Four

Danger Mouse & Jemini—The Only One (instrumental)

War—The Cisco Kid
The Jimmy Castor Bunch—E-Man Boogie
Billy Paul—My Head’s On Straight
Instant Funk (Bunny Sigler)—I Got My Mind Made Up
Francoise Hardy—Tous Les Garçons Et Les Filles
Laurie Anderson—From the Air
Ryuchi Sakamoto—Just About Enough (ft. Robin Scott of M)
Ryuchi Sakamoto—Risky (ft. Iggy Pop)
Prince—Pop Life (Fresh Dance Mix by Sheila E.)
Sadat X—Don’t Get it Twisted (PUTS remix by Thes One)
EPMD—Strictly Business

Party Fun Action Committee—Beer (instrumental, prod. by Blockhead)

Pointer Sisters—(She’s Got) The Fever (written by Bruce Springsteen)
Honey Cone—One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show

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