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Peaches teaches in the House of Strombo
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Editorial Staff

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November 2, 2015

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The Strombo Show with George Stroumboulopoulos
The Strombo Show, November 1, 2015

Listen to the November 1, 2015, episode of the Strombo Show.

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"No matter how old, how young, how sick. I mean something." — Peaches, "I Mean Something."

The Strombo Show runs the gamut this Sunday night, keeping the spirit of radio alive by delivering the best records in the best order. It's a show for music lovers by music lovers, ranging over three hours of commercial-free music to honour both old and new.

George Stroumboulopoulos welcomes the prolific icon that put feminist electro-clash on the map, Peaches.

She returned with Rub, her sixth studio album after a six-year absence from music, enlisting collaborations with her friends Kim Gordon, Kathleen Hanna and Feist. While on musical hiatus, she starred in a series of self-produced stage productions and released an expansive photographic diary. Right now, as she says, is a good time for Peaches. With the inaugural Polaris Heritage Prize stamped to her name for 2000'sTeaches of Peaches, the celebration of her influence is strong.

In the House of Strombo, she'll perform cuts from her latest album, cover Tina Turner and discuss her legacy, the impact of Carole Pope and the results of the Canadian election. 

George will exclusively debut tunage from Lady Brett Ashley and celebrate the latest releases of the week with the Magnificent Seven. Noah Reid and Paula Brancati perform a song from their film, People Hold On.

We'll also be joined by a few friends of the program including The Prodigy and Fast Romantics. 

Lock it. Crank it. Join the collective!

Magnificent 7

Grimes, "Scream (Feat. Aristophanes)"
Merchandise, "Red Sun (Feat. Dum Dum Girls)"
Lady Brett Ashley, "Reckoning" 
Cool Uncle, "Breakaway (Feat. Jessie Ware)"
Hot Chip, "Dancing In The Dark" 
Partner, "The 'Ellen' Page"
Basia Bulat, "Infamous"

Playlist

Henry Jackman, "Lemurian Star"
Guns N' Roses, "November Rain"
U.S. Girls, "Damn That Valley"
Prince, "Darling Nikki"
Twisted Sister, "We're Not Gonna Take It"
Danzig, "Mother" 
Grimes, "Scream (Feat. Aristophanes)"
Rufus & Chaka Khan, "Tell Me Something Good"
FIST CITY, "Hey Little Sister"
Classified, "Filthy (Feat. DJ Premier)"
Peaches & Iggy Pop, "Kick It"
The Prodigy, "Firestarter"
Blondie, "Rapture"
Merchandise, "Red Sun (Feat. Dum Dum Girls)"
CRASS, "They've Got A Bomb" 
Operation Ivy, "Knowledge"
Charles Mingus, "Oh Lord, Don't Let Them Drop that Atomic Bomb On Me"
Karen Dalton, "Little Bit of Rain" 
Noah Read and Paula Brancati, "People Hold On (Strombo Session)"
Lady Brett Ashley, "Reckoning"
Elvis Costello, "Radio Radio (Live On Saturday Night Live, 1977)"
Elvis Costello, "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace Love And Understanding)"
Cool Uncle, "Breakaway (Feat. Jesse Ware)"
Common, "The Light" 
Hot Chip, "Dancing In The Dark" 
Partner, "The 'Ellen' Page"
Electric Prunes, "I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night" 
Basia Bulat, "Infamous"
Nico, "These Days"
Snoop Dogg, "Imagine"
Beach House, "Elegy to the Void" 
Tom Waits, "November"
Jerusalem in my Heart, "2asmar Sa7er"
Rah Digga, "Angela Davis"
Broadcast, "Tears in the Typing Pool" 
Peaches, "Dick in the Air (Strombo Session)"
Suicide, "Ghostrider"
Peaches, "Vaginoplasty (Strombo Session)"
Peaches, "Private Dancer (Tina Turner Cover) (Strombo Session)"
Dire Straits, "Romeo & Juliet"
Ella Fitzgerald, "In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning" 

For further musical exploration with George Stroumboulopoulos, tune into The Strombo Show every Sunday night on CBC Radio 2 or CBC Music from 8 to 11 p.m. for three hours of uninterrupted music for music lovers.