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1991

Here are playlists that detail what played during editions of Tommy Vance's Friday Rock Show in 1991. Most are taken from cassettes that I recorded at the time and still have today. Everything in italic is taken from other sources.

January February March
4 Jan
11 Jan
18 Jan
25 Jan
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1 Feb
8 Feb
15 Feb
22 Feb
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1 Mar
8 Mar
15 Mar
22 Mar
29 Mar
missing
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April May June
5 Apr
12 Apr
19 Apr
26 Apr
missing
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3 May
10 May
17 May
24 May
31 May
missing
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7 Jun
14 Jun
21 Jun
28 Jun
missing
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July August September
5 Jul
12 Jul
19 Jul
26 Jul
missing
missing
wip
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2 Aug
9 Aug
16 Aug
23 Aug
30 Aug
missing
complete
missing
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6 Sep
13 Sep
20 Sep
27 Sep
missing
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October November December
4 Oct
11 Oct
18 Oct
25 Oct
missing
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1 Nov
8 Nov
15 Nov
22 Nov
29 Nov
missing
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6 Dec
13 Dec
20 Dec
27 Dec
missing
missing
missing
wip


19 Jul 1991

This show listing is a work in progress and is subject to change.

  1. The Michael Schenker Group - Armed and Ready
  2. Metallica - Enter Sandman
  3. Sixsmyth - Got It Bad (st)
  4. Fishbone - Sunless Saturday
  5. Believer - Nonpoint
  6. Sixsmyth - Pushing Up Roses (st)
  7. The Almighty - Crucify
  8. Bad Romance - In the House of My Father
  9. Van Halen - Spanked
  10. Screaming Jets - C'mon
  11. Screaming Jets - Stop the World
  12. Leeway - Soft Way Out
  13. Sixsmyth - Jazzed Down (st)
  14. UFO - Just Another Suicide
  15. Crash 'n' Burn - It Takes Two

Notes

Not my recording. Thanks to the Friday Rock Show Wiki.

Session by Sixsmyth.

Interviews with Lars Ulrich and James Hetfield of Metallica and David Gleeson of Screaming Jets.


9 Aug 1991

This show listing is complete.

  1. Q5 - Pull the Trigger
  2. Metallica - Holier Than Thou
  3. More 'n' More - Play Dirty (st)
  4. Richie Sambora - Ballad of Youth
  5. The Black Crowes - Hard to Handle
  6. Chrissy Steele - Love You Till It Hurts
  7. Crash n' Burn - Hot Like Fire
  8. Pole Position - Call
  9. More 'n' More - Hot Wired (st)
  10. Galahad - Room 801
  11. Metallica - Through the Never
  12. 38 Special - Rebel to Rebel
  13. Rainbow - Since You Been Gone
  14. Enuff Z'Nuff - Baby Loves You
  15. Golden Earring - Temporary Madness
  16. Queensrÿche - Jet City Woman
  17. More 'n' More - Dreamin' (st)
  18. 2 Tribes - What Do They Want from Us?
  19. Ted Nugent - Just What the Doctor Ordered
  20. Queensrÿche - The Needle Lies
  21. Black Sabbath - Rat Salad
  22. Aerosmith - Angel
  23. More 'n' More - (st)

Notes

Repeat broadcast of a session from More 'n' More, first broadcast 'last April'.

The Friday Night Connection (tracks 14-17) from Leonard Hoggan of Falkirk, who got the previous connection. Those selections were set by Gareth Wyn Williams of Llanelli (who made it up nine years earlier). They were: Badlands's Whiskey Dust, Iron Maiden's 22 Acacia Avenue and Faster Pussycat's Smash Alley.

I dated my cassette but that's backed up by Tommy mentioning after Holier Than Thou that Metallica's album will be released 'on Monday'; that was 12 Aug 1991.


27 Dec 1991

This show listing is a work in progress and is subject to change.

  1. Faith No More - War Pigs (live)
  2. Van Halen - In 'n' Out
  3. Rush - Bravado
  4. Scorpions - To Be with You in Heaven
  5. Marillion - This Town
  6. Yes - Shock to the System
  7. Status Quo - Can't Give You More
  8. Little Angels - Boneyard
  9. Alice Cooper - Hurricane Years
  10. Bon Jovi - Livin' on a Prayer
  11. Jimi Hendrix - All Along the Watchtower (excerpt)
  12. Led Zeppelin - Whole Lotta Love
  13. Bryan Adams - Somebody
  14. The Black Crowes - Hard to Handle
  15. Skid Row - In a Darkened Room
  16. Nirvana - In Bloom
  17. Deep Purple - Speed King
  18. Thin Lizzy - Dedication
  19. Meat Loaf - Bat Out of Hell
  20. Metallica - The God That Failed
  21. Extreme - Suzi (Wants Her All Day What?)
  22. Guns n' Roses - Bad Obsession
  23. Guns n' Roses - Civil War
  24. Bryan Adams - There Will Never Be Another Tonight

Notes

Not my recording. Thanks to the Friday Rock Show Wiki.

This show covers the top 30 rock albums of the year. Not all had tracks played.



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