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1Decomposing Trees
Written-By – Galaxie 500
2Final Day
Written-By – Moxham, Moxham, Young Marble Giants
Written-By – Galaxie 500
4When Will You Come Home
Written-By – Galaxie 500
Written-By – Matlock, Rotten, Cook, Sex Pistols, Jones
Written-By – Buffy Sainte Marie
7Don't Let Our Youth Go To Waste
Written-By – Jonathan Richman
8Blue Thunder
Written-By – Galaxie 500


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
REWIGCD70Galaxie 500 Peel Sessions ‎(CDr, Album, Comp, Promo)DominoREWIGCD70US2005
noneGalaxie 500 Peel Sessions ‎(CD, Album, Comp, Promo)20|20|20noneUS2005


  • Bass, VocalsNaomi Yang
  • DesignNaomi Yang
  • Drums, Acoustic Guitar, Backing VocalsDamon Krukowski
  • EngineerAndrew Rogers (tracks: 1 to 4), Dave Dade (tracks: 5 to 8)
  • Guitar, VocalsDean Wareham
  • IllustrationLara Tomlin
  • Mastered ByAlan Douches
  • ProducerDale Griffin (tracks: 5 to 8), Mike Walter (tracks: 1 to 4)


All tracks recorded for BBC Radio 1's John Peel Show.
Tracks 1 to 4 recorded 30th October 1990. First transmitted 4th November 1990.
Tracks 5 to 8 recorded 24th September 1989. First transmitted 17th October 1989.


  • Barcode (Text): 6 00197 10022 6
  • Barcode (String): 600197100226
  • Matrix / Runout: RPP-CA CR52838 PEEL SESSIONS 202020.02 01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LL29


  • Manufactured By – Reel Picture Productions – CR52838
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – BBC
  • Copyright (c) – BBC
  • Distributed By – Revolver USA
  • Mastered At – West West Side Music


Peel Sessions is a compilation album of live BBC radio sessions by Galaxie 500. All songs written by Galaxie 500 except as noted. Submission Sex Pistols - 4:10. Final Day Young Marble Giants - 2:54. When Will You Come Home - 5:11. Moonshot Buffy Sainte-Marie - 3:21. Flowers - 4:39. Blue Thunder - 3:49. Decomposing Trees - 4:04. Don't Let Our Youth Go to Waste Jonathan Richman - 6:48. Lyrics and Tablature. Peel Sessions by Galaxie 500, released 01 September 2005 1. Submission 2. Final Day 3. When Will You Come Home 4. Moonshot 5. Flowers 6. Blue Thunder 7. Decomposing Trees 8. Don't Let Our Youth Go To Waste recorded for BBC Radio 1's John Peel Show, 1989 & 1990. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. USD or more. The complete session recorded by Galaxie 500 on 24 September 1989 for the John Peel show on BBC Radio 1 and broadcast on 17 October 1989. Tracklist: 500. Peel Sessions. The amazing thing about Galaxie 500, as evidenced by the many covers featured on their excellent Uncollected disc and the box set, is their ability to take a song, cover it, and make it into something uniquely their own, sounding as if the song emanated from the minds of the group themselves. Capturing their October, 1989 and November, 1990 Peel Sessions for BBC Radio, this disc includes songs from Jonathan Richman, the Sex Pistols, Young Marble Giants, and Buffy Sainte-Marie, all falling under Galaxie 500's spell, with the remainder of the disc being rounded out by various EP and album c. Album 2005 8 Songs. Peel Sessions Galaxie 500. Galaxie 500 - Peel Sessions 2005. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Alternative Metal Indie Rock. Galaxie 500. Songs in album Galaxie 500 - Peel Sessions 2005. Galaxie 500 - Submission Sex Pistols. Galaxie 500 - Final Day Young Marble Giants. Galaxie 500 - When Will You Come Home. Galaxie 500 - Moonshot Buffy Sainte Marie. Galaxie 500 - Flowers. Galaxie 500 - Blue Thunder. Galaxie 500 - Decomposing Trees. Galaxie 500 - Don't Let O. Galaxie 500 sounds tight as ever, perhaps more so, and one can not walk away from this album without understanding why this band, like The Velvet Underground, will be revered for all time. Covers: Submission by The Sex Pistols Final Day by Young Marble Giants Moonshot by Buffy Sainte Marie Don't Let Our Youth Go To Waste by Johnathan Richmond. Peel Sessions 2005. Album by Galaxie 500. Final Day. is a cover of. Final Day by Young Marble Giants 1980. Submission by Sex Pistols 1977. Galaxie 500 : Peel Sessions,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Track listing

Galaxie 500 - Peel Sessions MP3
Performer: Galaxie 500
Genre: Rock
Title: Peel Sessions
Country: US
Released: 2005
Style: Shoegaze, Indie Rock
MP3 album: 1080 mb
FLAC album: 1156 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 563
Source: CD, Compilation
№ Cat: 202020.02
Label: 20

John Peel, during two sessions in 1989 and the other in 1990, cures, nurtures, and distills the liquid essence of Galaxie 500 ... who in their own fashion strike new versions of their own, and cover material, that branches between what Joy Division were, and what Galaxie 500 are ... though not for long, as Dean Wareham, the driving force behind this magical band will soon leave to form his own group, Luna.

From the opening track “Submission,” a Sex Pistols cover, and punk anthem of rage, they transform this piece of music into a brilliant, almost unrecognizable floating, sonically ethereal number of sheer excellence. Under a delicate interplay of bass and electric guitars Galaxie 500 bury the hard edged riffs to the point that one would think that The Sex Pistols had covered a Galaxie 500 song, shortening it, and driving the song home with all of their simple three chord raw power. Other songs like Buffy Sainte Marie’s “Moonshot,” are handled skillfully, with grace and nuance. There’s a palpable hollowness to the music of Galaxie 500 which is created by slowing the songs down, and then filling the spaces with ethereal bliss, and swirling electronics.

Both of the sessions are more than well done and well considered, though eight tracks seems a bit short changed if you ask me ... but since no one did, I’ll take what I can get. There have been minor changes to many of the songs that gives them new life, and resonate with a luster seldom heard. On the song “Blue Thunder,” from the album On Fire, there’s a guitar solo that’s much spacier than the original, while the other songs have elements that the band finds delightful, branching out and extending them, as they might during a live performance.

Galaxie 500 sounds tight as ever, perhaps more so, and one can not walk away from this album without understanding why this band, like The Velvet Underground, will be revered for all time.

"Submission" by The Sex Pistols
"Final Day" by Young Marble Giants
"Moonshot" by Buffy Sainte Marie
"Don't Let Our Youth Go To Waste" by Johnathan Richmond