I don’t have any more interesting records in section Q, we get a wildcard selection today. I still remember the day Murphy’s Deep album came into the radio station. It arrived in a gap between the death of hair metal and the rise of grunge, a time when it seemed that every day brought some kind of great new song out of the sky. We’d all known Pete from his work with Bauhaus and a couple of solo records (Should the World Fail to Fall Apart from ’86 and Love Hysteria in ’88), but none of us were prepare for the power of this particular song. When Pete toured through Toronto, we all trouped down to RPM to see him only to get blown away by some obscure opening act called Nine Inch Nails.