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

Today is last chance to hear shows from the September stream - good news ... the shows are ALREADY up on MixCloud but without detailed artist/gig info

Artist Info

The Keatons

The Keatons
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™The Keatons formed in London in late 1986, with Steve, Dave, Neil & Ken. After a couple of years of occasional demos and gigs in terrible London pubs, things started becoming a bit odd. Mo, a performance artist who Steve had been told floated vegetables up the Thames, began to get involved - and by involved I mean hurling himself about while carrying corrugated card. If band members failed to turn up, someone else would be roped in at the last minute.

"Enterprising," said Everett True in the Melody Maker in 1989, during a 200-word slagging. The first single "Residivistish" came out - albeit horribly slow, play at 49rpm for best results - and John Peel played it on Radio 1. The band invited him out for a curry. He said no.

Rhodri Marsden, 4/2/2007
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