Planet Beet

Premiere DateAug 17, 2011
Categories Media Music
00:00 Feemtoon
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00:37 Mr Jason talking
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01:53 Zombies Coomers Explosion
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03:06 Mr Jason talking
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07:17 Powerful Lovin Fergus & Geronimo
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09:50 Mr Jason talking
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12:20 Whenever The Keepsies
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14:49 Mr Jason talking
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18:28 Dancing Feet Alessi's Ark
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21:30 Mr Jason talking
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23:45 Take The Day Off Dead Ends
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26:59 Mr Jason talking
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30:45 Sparrow Glass Anchors
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34:37 Mr Jason talking
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36:36 Short Attention Span The Warm Fuzzies
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38:43 Mr Jason talking
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41:25 In The City The Enthusiasts
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43:48 Mr Jason talking
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46:09 Baby Boomer Fergus & Geronimo
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48:33 Mr Jason talking
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53:07 Bird Song Alessi's Ark
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55:32 Mr Jason talking
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58:07 She Was My Baby The Keepsies
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60:31 Outro
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60:39 Finish
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Planet Beet with Mr Jason – Wednesday 17th August 2011

Well, it’s me again, the J to the A.S.O.N, all on my lonesome, and I can’t say that I’m happy about that. There’s still no Lorway, cos he’s only just got back from Norway.. So, I’ll be doing my best to cope until next week when he returns to the fold.
Whadaya say? Let’s Radio!

Coomers Explosion

ALESSI’S ARK gigs
21st Aug 2011 Green Man festival Brecon Beacons, Wales
24th Aug 2011 Barfly Camden, London, UK
10th Sep 2011 Harvest Music & Food Festival Jimmy’s Farm, Suffolk, UK
11th Sep 2011 Stanmer House festival Brighton, UK
16th Sep 2011 Acoustic Festival (solo) Phoenix, Exeter, UK

THE ENTHUSIASTS gigs
23rd Aug 2011 Death By Audio Brooklyn, NY

Websites
Old School Studios – http://www.oldschoolstudios.co.uk

Recorded at Old School Studios, Studio C, onto analogue computer.

Jason is (self) sponsored by Thai Sweet Chilli flavour Pringles. Once he popped, he can’t stopped!

Host Mr Jason
When he was seven, Jason started writing songs -- mostly silly stuff, which went hand in hand with the hilarious (in their minds) radio shows that he and his older sister would record on their dad's dictaphone.…

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