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#16: Painkiller – Judas Priest
again, what the hell could I say about this, it speaks for itself, it just fucking RULES!
#15: So Anxious – Ginuwine
Such a sexy song to get your groove on to!
#14: Common People – Pulp
Actually didn’t listen to this in the 90′s but have since recognized the utter genius of this tune.
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Ahhh if only Night Flight had hacked geostationary spy satellites hovering over Italo-Disco clubs in late 80′s Oceania… Maybe then we would all be nose deep in neural nets slinking down backdoor wormholes to virtual video salons while glazing our lobes into full submission of the breathtaking video/fashion genius that is known simply as… Fancy.
OFFICIAL ‘FANCY’ SITE
This was shown on Night Flights take-off “Sex In Videos”. The full version was of course banned by MTV and every other video show at the time. But Night Flight stuck to its true counter culture form and showed it uncut and complete like it was meant to be.
Night Flight truly was never afraid to step out of the box and never jumped the shark.
Ok First Post! This is my favorite band from Canada.. Nim Vind. They are 50′s horror punk band that stands out far and above the 50 million wannabe Misfits bands out there today!..
This animated video would have for sure been on Night Flight back in the day!
A quick mix of some classic NF clips and/or memes… just push play.
1 – Church of the Sub-Genius (Commercial – 1:06)
2 – “Touchdown Retribution” (Video Essay – 3:39)
3 – “The Thing That Lurked in the Tub” (Animated Short - 2:18)
4 – “It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World” – The Residents (Music Video – 3:44)
5 – “Mutant Muscles” – (Comedy Sketch – :59)
Night Flight is proud to announce that a “new” collection of completely re-mastered and re-sequenced ‘Best-Of’ New Wave Theatre performances, interviews and Peter Iver’s monologues will be kicking off the Post-Punk Junk Fest tonight at the Silent Movie Theatre in Hollywood…
The opening of this year’s Post-Punk Junk fest brings the return of Night Flight to the Cinefamily! In the ’80s, overnight TV was completely staid, except for one anarchic alternative: Night Flight. Premiering on the USA Network in ’81, this legendary weekend variety show featured a glorious amalgamation of music videos, short films, cartoons, interviews, concerts, and cult movies — and the cutting-edge, truly original New Wave Theatre. Hosted by the verbose, fun-loving Peter Ivers, NWTwas crammed full of chaotic live performances by So Cal punks and new wavers (Fear, Dead Kennedys, Surburban Lawns), in addition to Dadaist comedy sketches, rapid-fire montages of Hiroshima and outer space, and gonzo monologues preaching optimism for the Nuclear Age (written by crazed visionary producer David Jove.) Running for three years until Ivers’ untimely death, NWT gave the best of what the underground L.A. music scene had to offer, and tonight we present a much-deserved tribute to this unsung slab of video history, as well as a fiery blast of vintage punk-themed Night Flight programming. - Cinefamily
Cinefamily site for tix!
Here’s some classic moments to get u in the mood…
Geza X Interview:
Angry Samoans performing “Gas Chamber” & “Not of This Earth”:
Suburban Lawns performing “Janitor”:
Fear performing “New York’s Alright If You Like Saxophones”:
and a Peter Iver’s genkels-inspired monologue: