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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

NEWS: 25 hours of new shows - and probably the only radio station endorsing Ceaseless Salmagundi

Artist Info

Decoration

Decoration
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Rambling casually onto the airwaves in 2004 Decoration instantly oozed unflappable northerness. They fell headlong onto the world with a shambling tabloid ordinariness; kitchen sink dramas and dilemmas, romantic clumsiness and affable tenderness were their heritage and they soon became their calling card. They kick their fray into action with a heady blend of tuneful potency, a melodious growl and a searing, scintillating wail, pulling together the last twenty years or so of Peel endorsed independent popular music Decoration instil in you a need for more. Guitars were made for songs like these, distortion pedals just add to the effect.

Following their own John Peel endorsements and radio sessions galore the band released Don't Disappoint Me Now their debut album in October 2005, this was succeeded by a handful of singles, and a second album flippant. This year will see Don't Disappoint Me Now re-packaged with new artwork and new tracks pulled from a Dandelion Radio session and early demos. The limited run will be hand numbered and released in the United States through Entangled Records of Portland, Oregon.

Over the winter of 2007/8 the band retreated into their favoured recording studio, Gravity Shack in London and started work on their second full length album. See You After the War was completed in the spring and is due for release in October 2008.

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