Planet Beet

Premiere DateOct 10, 2012
Categories Media Music
00:00    Feemtoon
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01:05    Rock N Roll Rob Marr
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04:37    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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06:31    Journey To The Centre Of The Earth Mild Horses
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11:14    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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13:10    Lonely Sailor Rifle Recoil
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16:07    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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18:04    Afraid Amanda Merdzan
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21:08    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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23:04    The Execution Of All Things Rilo Kiley
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27:06    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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31:19    The Butcher Of Common Sense The Neutrinos
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35:35    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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37:04    Streets of America Rifle Recoil
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40:35    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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43:20    The Herald of Free Enterprise Mild Horses
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48:03    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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50:44    Scribble Hearts Yarlen
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54:50    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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56:50    So Long Rilo Kiley
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62:14    Outro
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62:20    Finish
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Planet Beet with Mr Jason & L’Orwey – Wednesday 10th October 2012

This week, Iain & Jason eat snacks, talk rubbish, and play records by bands they like, and in Iain’s case, don’t like. What’s changed eh listener? Well, they amuse themselves, and that’s a start. The new Album Of The Month is “Verizon Shine” by NYC’s very own “Rifle Recoil”.
Whadaya say? Let’s Radio!

Yarlen


ROB MARR gigs
17th Oct 2012 Anatomy LP Launch Roundhouse, London, UK


AMANDA MERDZAN gigs
17th Oct 2012 Gizzi’s New York, NY
13th Nov 2012 Pianos New York, NY

Websites
Old School Studios – http://www.oldschoolstudios.co.uk
Packed Full Of Jam – http://www.packedfullofjam.com

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

Planet Beet is (self) sponsored by “Sandclaad”, the Cockney Music Sharing website. Goto our website for further details. http://www.packedfullofjam.com

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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