A Night at the Rum Runner is no longer broadcasting. Thank you for tuning in!

December 22nd, 2000 thru February 5th, 2001
June 12th, 2001 thru September 15th, 2002

Songs and artists chosen by John Taylor and Nick Rhodes:

Part I - Bodies Move...

YMO - Computer Games
Kraftwerk - Spacelab
Human League - Being Boiled
Giorgio Moroder - The Chase
Bowie - Always Crashing
Marianne Faithful - Broken English
Grace Jones - Private Life
Donna Summer - I Feel Love
Japan - European Son
Iggy Pop - Funtime
Mick Ronson - Only After Dark
Kraftwerk - Showroom Dummies
Roxy Music - Over You
Ultravox - Slow Motion
Gary Numan - Are Friends Electric
The Cure - A Forest
Joy Division - Love Will Tear Us Apart
Psychedelic Furs - Sister Europe
Lou Reed - Walk on the Wild Side
Eno - The True Wheel
Blondie - Call Me
Part II - You Want to Run...

Bryan Ferry - In Crowd
Iggy Pop - Nightclubbing
Visage - Fade To Grey
Japan - Life In Tokyo
Kraftwerk - The Model
The Normal - Warm Leatherette
John Foxx - Underpass
Bowie - Sound and Vision
Mick Ronson - Billy Porter
B52s - Planet Claire
B52s - Rock Lobster
Simple Minds - Changeling
Japan - Adolescent Sex
Magazine - Shot By Both Sides
Sex Pistols - Pretty Vacant
Iggy Pop - The Passenger
Siouxsie & The Banshees - Hong Kong Garden
Wire - I Am The Fly
Bowie - Alabama Song
Part III - Dancers Spinning...

Public Image Ltd. - Public Image
Roxy Music - Trash
Bowie - Boys Keep Swinging
Iggy Pop - Lust For Life
Bryan Ferry - Price Of Love
Roxy Music - Both Ends Burning
Eno - Kings Lead Hat
Blondie - Atomic
Grace Jones - Pull Up to the Bumper
Kraftwerk - Robots
OMD - Electricity
Gary Numan - Cars
Soft Cell - Tainted Love
Duran Duran - Planet Earth
Bowie - TVC 15
Roxy Music - Love Is The Drug
Bowie - Golden Years
Frank Sinatra - New York, New York

This broadcast will likely never air again. DJOktober still retains the original WAV and MP3 files for personal use only. You can find 18 selected tracks released on CD in 2006 called Only After Dark. The legacy lives on in the monthly Only After Dark nightclub event. For more information, see http://only-after-dark.co.uk Fun Fact: The broadcast was burned onto audio CDs with custom artwork and sent by John's request to all five members of Duran Duran shortly before their reunion. The only physical copies of the original show are in their possession (or were!).

A Night at the Rum Runner is a broadcast inspired by the nightclub of the same name in Birmingham, England. John Taylor and Nick Rhodes grew up together in Birmingham and formed Duran Duran in 1978. Their days at the Rum Runner mark the turning point for the band -- where Duran Duran set up shop in 1980, rehearsing upstairs and playing the club downstairs. The club owners would become their managers and take them to their peak of stardom in 1984. But back in 1980, the five original members earned their keep around the club -- clearing glasses, cleaning tables, and even DJing by the art student turned keyboardist, Nick Rhodes.

A Night at the Rum Runner is a special radio stream by John and Nick. Together they have put together a playlist that recreates the Rum Runner in 1980 -- tracks that inspired John and that Nick spun on the turntable. 20 years after their days at the nightclub, they have come together to bring you this special broadcast.

The broadcast is a four hour pre-programmed loop. All tracks were chosen personally by John and Nick and mixed by yours truly, DJOktober. The playlist is mixed smoothly just like you would hear at the club. The complete list of songs and artists will be posted on this page after September 15th.

A Night at the Rum Runner originally ran as a holiday broadcast from December 22nd, 2000 to February 4th, 2001. However, due to the popularity of the broadcast, we brought it back to the Internet airwaves on June 12th, 2001. Due to extenuating circumstances the broadcast was shut down on September 15th, 2002. Stay tuned to this website for information on possible rebroadcasts.

Inquiries: djoktober@latebarradio.com