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Jane Gazzo and Dylan Lewis take over Rage

Jane Gazzo and Dylan Lewis take over Rage

Recovery’s Jane Gazzo and Dylan Lewis Reunite For Rage TONIGHT

by Paul Cashmere on August 13, 2016

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Recovery hosts Jane Gazzo and Dylan Lewis will reunite tonight for a Recovery special on Rage.

The Recovery special will kick off with a performance from The Avalanches from all those years ago, who have only released their second album weeks ago, obviously waiting for the Gazzo/Lewis reunion. “We agreed to not make a second album until it was possible for Gazzo and Lewis to sit together again on a couch,” The Avalanches did not say in a statement.

Midnight Oil’s Peter Garrett also didn’t say, “Without Recovery I would never have had the guts to make a solo album. I spilt my guys on A Version of Now. Now its time for Gazzo and Lewis to spill their guts on a Recovery special”.

The people who appeared on Recovery read like a Who’s Who. “I don’t even remember being there,” Natalie Imbruglia didn’t say.

“I don’t even remember us. I’m glad they do,” didn’t say Third Eye Blind.

When Metallica found out that they once appeared on Recovery they never said, “We are going to sue the ABC and individually everyone who watched us, especially Grandmas.”

THE RECOVERY SPECIAL
Saturday night 13 August 2016 on ABC

11:30pm
THE AVALANCHES – LIVE ON RECOVERY Run DNA (Independent)
THE AVALANCHES – LIVE ON RECOVERY Rock City (Independent)
SONIC YOUTH – LIVE ON RECOVERY Sunday (Universal (MCA))
GRINSPOON – LIVE ON RECOVERY Just Ace (Universal (MCA))
TISM – LIVE ON RECOVERY Whatareya (Shock)
REGURGITATOR – LIVE ON RECOVERY Black Bugs (Warner)

12:00am
THE MAVIS’S Cry (Live on Recovery) ()
ESKIMO JOE – LIVE ON RECOVERY Sweater (Independent)
THE MARK OF CAIN – LIVE ON RECOVERY Interloper (BMG)
BODYJAR – LIVE ON RECOVERY A Hazy Shade Of Winter (Shock)
THIRD EYE BLIND Semi-Charmed Life (Live on Recovery) ()
GREEN DAY The Grouch (Live on Recovery) ()
UNDERGROUND LOVERS Starsigns (Live on Recovery) ()
NATALIE IMBRUGLIA Torn (Live on Recovery) ()

12:30am
MIDNIGHT OIL Blot/Know Your Product (Live on Recovery) ()
NOT FROM THERE Sich Offnen (Live on Recovery) ()
BEN FOLDS FIVE Underground (Live on Recovery) ()
MARCY PLAYGROUND Sex and Candy (Live on Recovery) ()
SIDEWINDER Titanic Days (Live on Recovery) ()
ALL SAINTS Never Ever (Live on Recovery) ()
TIM ROGERS – LIVE ON RECOVERY Heavy Heart (BMG)

1:00am
PUBLIC ENEMY He Got Game/Shake Your Booty and Interview (Live on Recovery) ()
REGURGITATOR Everyday Formula (Live on Recovery) ()
POLLYANNA Brittle Then Broken (Live on Recovery) ()
THE SUPERJESUS Now and Then (Live on Recovery) ()
BLINK 182 Dammit (Live on Recovery) ()
SKUNKHOUR Breathing Through My Eyes – Live On Recovery (ABC)

1:30am
THE BROWN HORNET Love (Live on Recovery) ()
JEBEDIAH Harpoon (Live on Recovery) (Murmur)
AMMONIA You’re Not The Only One Who Feels This Way (Live on Recovery) ()
GARAGELAND Beelines To Heaven (Live on Recovery) ()
BIS – LIVE ON RECOVERY Starbright Boy (Shock)
METALLICA Fuel (Live on Recovery) ()
MXPX – LIVE ON RECOVERY Chick Magnet (Polydor)
EVERCLEAR Everything To Everyone (Live on Recovery) ()

2:00am
VIOLETINE Red (Live on Recovery) ()
MOLER Shopping Trolley (Live on Recovery) ()
311 Down (Live on Recovery) ()
DEFTONES Be Quiet and Drive (Live on Recovery) ()
TUMBLEWEED Fang It! (Live on Recovery, 1998) (Polydor)
SOUTHERN CULTURE ON THE SKIDS Camel Walk (Live on Recovery) ()
THE BLACKEYED SUSANS Smokin’ Johnny Cash (Live on Recovery) (MDS)
THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS Till My Head Falls Off (Live on Recovery) ()
CUSTARD Anatomically Correct (Live on Recovery) ()

2:30am
THE JOHN REED CLUB Stamp Duty (Live on Recovery) (EMI)
AUTOMATIC Pump It Up (Live on Recovery) ()
ARKARNA House On Fire (Live on Recovery) ()
THE TEA PARTY Army Ants (Live on Recovery) ()
BUSH Greedy Fly (Live on Recovery) ()
JON SPENCER BLUES EXPLOSION – LIVE ON RECOVERY 2 Kindsa Love (Au-Go-Go)

3:00am
KANYE WEST ft. VIC MENSA, SIA _and_ FRANK OCEAN Wolves (Universal)
MAC MILLER ft. ANDERSON .PAAK Dang! (Warner)
URTHBOY ft. TIMBERWOLF The Arrow (Elefant Traks)
KING GIZZARD _and_ THE LIZARD WIZARD Robot Stop (Remote Control)
VIOLENT SOHO Blanket (Illusive)
JAMIE T Tinfoil Boy (EMI)
WHITE BLEACHES Ease The Pain (Independent)

3:30am
METRONOMY Night Owl (Warner)
PHANTOGRAM You Don’t Get Me High Anymore (Republic Records)
BANKS Fuck With Myself (EMI)
DAUGHTER No Care (Remote Control)
CLIPPING. Baby Don’t Sleep (Sub Pop)
POLOGRAPHIA Sly ()
HOW TO DRESS WELL Lost Youth / Lost You (Domino)
BERNARD FANNING Wasting Time (Universal)

4:00am
THE TAMBOURINE GIRLS The Tambourine Girl (Independent)
THE BENNIES Burnout City (Independent)
TOTALLY UNICORN Space Congratulations (Independent)
PSYCHOSTICK So. Heavy. (Independent)
PARKWAY DRIVE Devil’s Calling (Resist Records)
DESPISED ICON Bad Vibes (Nuclear Blast)
HATEBREED Something’s Off (Nuclear Blast)
MAYHEM Watchers ()

4:30am
CHVRCHES ft. HAYLEY WILLIAMS Bury It (Liberation)
MAJOR LAZER ft. NYLA _and_ FUSE ODG Light It Up ()
WHAT SO NOT _and_ GEORGE MAPLE ft. ROME FORTUNE Buried (Sweat It Out)
THE NINJAS Morphine (Footstomp)
TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB Are We Ready (Wreck) (Warner)
DAPPLED CITIES That Sound (Chugg)
CARAVÃNA SUN Open Up ()
RÜFÜS Be With You (Sweat It Out)
COURTNEY BARNETT Elevator Operator (Remote Control)

5:00am
JINJA SAFARI So Much (Liberation)
NEW ORDER True Faith (Festival)
XTC Making Plans For Nigel (Virgin)
CROWDED HOUSE World Where You Live (Capitol)
AUSTRALIAN CRAWL Reckless (EMI)

5:30am
IGGY POP Bang Bang ()
THE PIXIES Here Comes Your Man (Shock)
TALKING HEADS Once In A Lifetime (Warner)
WEEN Push Th’ Little Daisies (Mushroom)
THE B-52S Private Idaho (Warner)
BLONDIE Atomic (EMI)
WEIRD AL YANKOVIC Dare To Be Stupid ()
THE GOOCH PALMS Don’t Look Me Up (Liberation)

06:00am
BROODS Heartlines (Domino)
BANOFFEE Oceans (Remote Control)
KARI FAUX Fantasy (Independent)
MACKLEMORE _and_ RYAN LEWIS ft. XPERIENCE Brad Pitt’s Cousin (Warner)
HORRORSHOW If You Know What I Mean (Elefant Traks)
THE GOON SAX Up To Anything (Chapter Music)
EMMA LOUISE West End Kids (Liberation)
JAGWAR MA O B 1 (Future Classic)

06:30am
BEACH HOUSE The Traveller (Mistletone)
DUSTIN TEBBUTT Wooden Heart (Independent)
LISA MITCHELL The Boys (Warner)
TEGAN and SARA Faint Of Heart (Warner)
GLASS ANIMALS Youth (Caroline)
HEY VIOLET Brand New Moves (Independent)
BALL PARK MUSIC Whipping Boy (Stop Start)

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