Let’s Go Fucking Mental: Twenty Welsh Bands. Happy Birthday to Actor and Musician Rhys Ifans, 48 Today.

1.  The Peth ‘Let’s Go Fucking Mental’

(from the album The Golden Mile, 2008).

2.  Manic Street Preachers ‘From Despair to Where’

(from the album Gold Against the Soul, 1993).

3.  Super Furry Animals ‘Something 4 The Weekend’

(from the album Fuzzy Logic, 1996).

4.  Melys ‘Chinese Whispers’

(from the Chinese Whispers EP, 2001).

5.  Catatonia ‘Sweet Catatonia’

(from the album Way Beyond Blue, 1996).

6.  Los Campesinos! ‘Death to Los Campesinos’

(from the album Hold on Now, Youngster …, 2008).

7.  60ft Dolls ‘Pig Valentine’

(from the album The Big 3, 1997).

8.  Stereophonics ‘More Life in A Tramp’s Vest’

(from the album Word Gets Around, 1997).

9. Helen Love ‘Punk Boy’

(from the album Radio Hits, 1994).

10. Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci ‘Patio Song’

(from the album Barafundle, 1997).

11. Jack ‘Nico’s Children’

(from the album The Jazz Age, 1998).

12. The Darling Buds ‘Hit the Ground’

(from the album Pop Said …, 1988).

13. The Joy Formidable ‘Austere’

(from the album The Big Roar, 2001).

14. Murry the Hump ‘Green Green Grass’

(from the album Songs of Ignorance, 2001).

15. Big Leaves ‘Meillionen’

(from the album Pwy Sy’n Galw?, 1999).

16. Feeder ‘Tangerine’

(from the album Polythene, 1997).

17. Topper ‘Something to Tell Her’

(from the mini-album Something to Tell Her, 1997).

18. The Alarm ‘A New South Wales’

(from the album Change, 1989).

19. Datblygu ‘Casserole Efeilliaid’

(from the single Hwgr-Grawth-Og, 1986).

20. Y Niwl ‘Undegpedwar’

(from the album Y Niwl, 2010).

The Love of Richard Nixon: An Historical Drama in Twenty Songs. Richard Nixon Announces The Release of Edited Transcripts of White House Tape Recordings Relating to the Watergate Scandal. This Day in History, 29/04/1974. / Richard Nixon Takes The Rap For The Watergate Scandal, 30/04/1973.

1.  Manic Street Preachers ‘The Love of Richard Nixon’

(from the album Lifeblood, 2004).

2.  Stevie Wonder ‘He’s Misstra Know-it-all’

(from the album Innervisions, 1973).

3.  Randy Newman ‘Mr President (Have Pity On The Working Man)’

(from the album Good Old Boys, 1974).

4.  The Undisputed Truth ‘Smiling Faces Sometimes’

(from the album The Undisputed Truth, 1971).

5.  Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young ‘Ohio’

(single A-side, 1970).

6.  Phil Ochs ‘How High’s The Watergate’

(from the album Live 1974, 1974).

7.  Neil Young ‘Campaigner’

(from the album Decade, 1977).

8.  Lynyrd Skynyrd ‘Sweet Home Alabama’

(from the album Second Helping, 1974).

9.  Frank Zappa ‘Son of Orange County / More Trouble Every Day’

(from the album Roxy & Elsewhere, 1974).

10. Elton John ‘Postcards From Richard Nixon’

(from the album The Captain & The Kid, 2006).

11.  Curtis Mayfield ‘(Don’t Worry) If There’s A Hell Below, We’re All Going To Go’

(from the album Curtis, 1970).

12. David Bowie ‘Young Americans’

(from the album Young Americans, 1975).

13.  John Lennon ‘Gimme Some Truth’

(from the album Imagine, 1971).

14.  Gil Scott Heron / Brian Jackson ‘H²Ogate Blues’

(from the album Winter in America, 1974).

15.  Bill Horwitz ‘If I Had A Friend Like Rosemary Woods’

(from the album Lies Lies Lies, 1975).

16.  Robyn Hitchcock ‘1974’

(from the album A Star For Bram, 2000).

17.  James Taylor ‘Let It All Fall Down’

(from the album Walking Man, 1974).

18.  Billy Joel ‘We Didn’t Start The Fire’

(from the album Storm Front, 1989).

19. Pink Floyd ‘The Fletcher Memorial Home’

(from the album The Final Cut, 1983).

20.  Mono Puff ‘Nixon’s The One’

(from the album Unsupervised, 1996).