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The second release in Tapete's great series of radio sessions are the collected BBC recordings of Comet Gain, the rough diamond of the International Pop Underground, the indie punk Monkees, the noise pop collective Numero Uno! Radio Sessions BBC 1996 - 2011 contains three John Peel sessions from 1996 and 1997 as well as a Marc Riley session from 2011. One thing is for sure: a world in which such a great, anarchic, idiosyncratic band, simply perfect in it's imperfection, is invited to Abbey Road Studios for radio sessions by the country's biggest broadcaster, among others, can't be that bad. All those who are already fans of Comet Gain should get this album, and everyone else too.
The second release in Tapete's great series of radio sessions are the collected BBC recordings of Comet Gain, the rough diamond of the International Pop Underground, the indie punk Monkees, the noise pop collective Numero Uno! Radio Sessions BBC 1996 - 2011 contains three John Peel sessions from 1996 and 1997 as well as a Marc Riley session from 2011. One thing is for sure: a world in which such a great, anarchic, idiosyncratic band, simply perfect in it's imperfection, is invited to Abbey Road Studios for radio sessions by the country's biggest broadcaster, among others, can't be that bad. All those who are already fans of Comet Gain should get this album, and everyone else too.
4015698309270
Radio Sessions Bbc 1996 - 2011
Artist: Comet Gain
Format: CD
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The second release in Tapete's great series of radio sessions are the collected BBC recordings of Comet Gain, the rough diamond of the International Pop Underground, the indie punk Monkees, the noise pop collective Numero Uno! Radio Sessions BBC 1996 - 2011 contains three John Peel sessions from 1996 and 1997 as well as a Marc Riley session from 2011. One thing is for sure: a world in which such a great, anarchic, idiosyncratic band, simply perfect in it's imperfection, is invited to Abbey Road Studios for radio sessions by the country's biggest broadcaster, among others, can't be that bad. All those who are already fans of Comet Gain should get this album, and everyone else too.
        
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