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

The Beatbox Saboteurs and Gareth Jones are back with us for March. Let us know what you think.

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I did a 1 hour Dandelion show back in December, but in an attempt to prove I'm not just here for Christmas, I'm also here for Easter and the mad month of March. I felt that perhaps one hour was not an oeuf, so I've eggs-tended it to two hours this time.
There are some cracking new bands and artists coming up for you to shell out your money on, including France's Musique Chienne and Japan's Chai plus tracks from new albums hatched by old favourites like Go-Kart MozartCalexico and of course the always eggs-cellent The Lovely Eggs.
But it's not all about the new as I present two retro musical features: 'Secret Songs From The Sixties', this time featuring a curio from Gene Pitney and a psychedelic football record! Plus 'Soundtracks of the Strange', presenting weird movie scores, with tracks taken from 1972's Requiem For A Vampire and 1967's Bedazzled. And in celebration of the new Daytrip Records Kinks tribute album 'This Is My Street', I've chosen four Kinks cover versions including The School and Cardiacs.
It all promises to be a musical eggs-travaganza, and that's no yolk.

Now Playing:
Sex Death Religion - Monsters Buy this track
Sex Death Religion
Before that we played:
Cardiacs - Susanna's Still Alive Buy this track
The Super Robots - You Really Got Me Buy this track
Los Bansais - Todo El Dia Y Toda La Noche (All Day And All Of The Night) Buy this track
The School - Animal Farm Buy this track
No Middle Name - Sax For Melody Buy this track
Couteau Latex - Colere Vide Buy this track