Set list – Wed, April 16th, 2003

Theme of Exodus – Ernest Gold
All Night Long – Peter Murphy
Ain’t No Right – Jane’s Addiction
New Year’s Day – U2
Black Plastic – Ladytron
Stay – The Blue Nile
One Of Our Submarines – Thomas Dolby
Bring Your Love Down – Yaz
Blue Monday – New Order
No More Words – Berlin
President Gas – The Psychedelic Furs
Heavy Whispers – Yello
Personal Jesus (Pump Mix) – Depeche Mode
Trepedations in Love – Freaky Chakra vs. Single Cell Orchestra
Glass Danse – The Faint
Happy House – Siouxsie and the Banshees
Rumour Mambo – Tomas Diablo
Bitches – Mindless Self Indulgence
Primary – The Cure
Go! – Tones on Tail
Mirror In The Bathroom – The English Beat
One Too Many Mornings – The Chemical Brothers
Terrible Lie – Nine Inch Nails
Rough Head – Monk & Canatella
Future Worlds – Meat Beat Manifesto
Lost In Space (Mastersmixx) – Steve Masters
Floorshow – The Sisters Of Mercy
Safety Dance – Men Without Hats
I’m Going Straight To Heaven
The Count’s Countdown – Sesame Street
No Self Control – Laura Branigan
Peekaboo – Siouxsie and the Banshees
Body Movin’ – Beastie Boys
Nothing – Depeche Mode
Ave Maria – West India Company
Destruction Of The Death Star – The Story Of Star Wars

Not only did it rain again, but it was also the first night of Passover - so those who are Jewish and those who are afraid to get wet had reason to miss the delectable evil that is Sindustrie. I started my set around 11:20 with the orchestral theme to Exodus, which I played as a deliberate break in mood – a sign that something different was about to begin. The film Exodus is about the founding of the state of Israel, so it seemed appropriate – both for the Jewish holiday and the eternally rising hostility in that area of the world. The next 14 tracks are roughly the same speed, and meshed well together – especially "One of our Submarines" into "Bring Your Love Down", which are in the same key. Both "Bitches" and the Tomas Diablo track "Rumour Mambo" sample Siouxsie’s "Happy House", so I played all three together. The mood was also somewhat calm and relaxed that night, unlike the previous week, so the majority of the rest of my set was under 110 bpm.

Okay. So, if it’s neither raining nor a Jewish holiday next week, I expect to see you all there.