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We’re onto the fourth of our 100 Best Albums of the 1970s mixes!

We’re profiling the finest albums of the 1970s over the course of this week, with the complete rundown being revealed on Friday. In addition, we’re also uploading a daily mix to accompany each clutch of records, each curated by a different member of the FACT team, designed to showcase the diversity and quality of the albums we’ve plumped for. You can still catch up with Monday’s #100-81 session, Tuesday’s #80-61 and Wednesday’s #60-41.

The fourth mix, based on the #40-21 bracket, has been pieced together by Joseph Morpurgo and features some genuine chart hits (!) alongside a slew of wibbly synthscapes, motorik euphoria, bare-chested disco sleaze and complete rock’n’roll meltdown. Click on the track names below to read more information on the release it came from.

01 Wire – 1 2 X U
02 Buzzcocks – Orgasm Addict
03 The Last Poets – Black Thighs
04 Cerrone – Supernature
05 Steve Hillage – Garden of Paradise
06 Fern Kinney – Under Fire
07 Cymande – Dove
08 Sly & The Family Stone – Just Like a Baby
09 Brian Eno – Discreet Music
10 Dadawah – Seventy Two Nations
11 Cabaret Voltaire – Photophobia
12 Kraftwerk – Autobahn
13 Pere Ubu – Non-Alignment Pact
14 Linda Perhacs – Chimacum Rain
15 Genesis – Aisle of Plenty
16 Gila – Young Coyote
17 Neu! – Sonderangebot
18 Comus – The Herald
19 Steve Reich – Music For 18 Musicians
20 Patti Smith – Land: Horses / Land of a Thousand Dances / La Mer (De)



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