Planet Beet

Premiere DateNov 30, 2011
Categories Media Music
00:00 Feemtoon
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00:55 Copper Cineclub
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05:03 Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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07:49 Shit On A Dress The Hoops
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09:07 Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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12:23 Conquistadores Of Nothing The Special Goodness
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16:11 Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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19:27 Wake Up Gold The Olympians - Transept Remix
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24:06 Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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27:12 Electricutor We Can't Dance
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29:47 Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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32:32 Before You Came Here Party Lights
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35:01 Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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36:58 Safety Pin Cineclub
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39:48 Broken Deadbeats
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42:55 Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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44:11 Readers Digest The Hoops
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46:08 Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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48:05 Underground Foldover The Electric Set
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54:37 Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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57:08 Concentrate Ike
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60:45 Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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61:16 Outro
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61:26 Finish
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Planet Beet with Mr Jason & Iain – Wednesday 30th November 2011

Bizarrely, I can’t remember anything about this week’s show. Seriously, not a single thing! Weird huh? Well, I can only presume that it’s effin’ amazing, judging by our recent form.
Whadaya say? Let’s Radio!


Cineclub

TRANSEPT gigs
1st Dec 2011 What’s Happening Stateside (exhibition) Norwich, UK
22nd Dec 2011 w/Rory McVicar, Horses Brawl, The Raw And The Cooked Norwich Arts Centre, Norwich, UK

PARTY LIGHTS gigs
1st Dec 2011 with The Hounds Below & Fort Courage Pianos, NYC, NY
2nd Dec 2011 with The Hounds Below & Creem Circus Asbury Lanes, Asbury Park, NJ
3rd Dec 2011 with The Hounds Below & Creem Circus & Weird Hot Connies Ric Rac, Philadelphia, PA
4th Dec 2011 with The Hounds Below & Crazy Pills Union Pool, Brooklyn, NY

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

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

Jason & Iain are (self) sponsored by the Remington “Shave’n’Dry”. The closest shave, and the dryest dry, or your money back!

*burning may occur..

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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