Volume 12: August 1982
The 12th ('Dance') issue of Fast Forward, released in August 1982, is full of people who went on to have distinguished careers in music, and some who were already big names at the time. There are interviews with Kim Salmon (plus live recording of the Scientists' hit 'Swampland'), with Colin Newman of Wire, and with celebrity Denise Drysdale about her early career. There are songs by Brisbane's Tangled Shoelaces and Melbourne's Essendon Airport. There are examples of the explosion of musical styles that (re-)emerged during 1982 including rockabilly, latin / jazz / funk, goth, and Casios. Grace Jones and Bucks Fizz drop in to say hello and there's a vox-pop with audience members at Sydney venue 'Stranded'.
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- Jay Ashton from Bucks Fizz drops in to say 'hello'
- Intro featuring Tsk Tsk Tsk
- Blow Monkeys - 'In Cold Blood'
- audience members at Sydney venue Stranded
- Colin Newman - Interview (includes excerpts from 'Not To', 'Lorry' & 'Map Ref.')
- Colin Newman - 'H,C,T,F,R'
- Scientists interview (includes excerpt from 'When Worlds Collide')
- Scientists - 'Swampland' (live at Sydney University, May '82)
- Ed Bahlman of 99 Records interviewed by Keri Phillips (includes excerpts of Vivian Goldberg's 'Laundrette' & Bush Tetras' 'Too Many Creeps')
- Liquid Liquid - 'Bellhead'
- Start - 'Let's Dance'
- Crackajacks - 'Jump Cats, Jump'
- Eskalators - 'Eskimo'
- Hot Half Hour - 'Lamp That' (live at the Jump Club, Melbourne)
- Safehouse - 'Things That You Say'
- Go Circus - 'Cha Cha'
- Tangled Shoelaces - 'World'
- Grace Jones drops by
- Denise Drysdale interviewed by Jeff Ansell
- The Couch - 'Full Treatment'
- Flesh - 'Imagination is Wild'
- Essendon Airport - 'What is This Thing Called Funk?'
- Phil McKellar - 'Some Good Things To Do'
- Hot Half Hour - 'Yank' (live at the Jump Club, Melbourne, July '82)