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BBC Introducing - 25/03/10
Goonies Never Say Die
Goonies Never Say Die talk about their cinematic music

Blackpool band Goonies Never Say Die blast the studio with their own brand of big cinematic music.

They played three live tracks, including their new single Paul.

The band have just returned from a mini tour of London and talked about their unique brand of music.

Another Blackpool band was in session on the show; Ah Toy is the first of five sessions recorded at the Ace Centre in Nelson by Andrea the wonderful engineer at the studios.

Ah Toy revealed where their name comes from to Shelley Booth… it's a strange old story!

White Belt Yellow Tag explained why the music industry misses the point sometimes and the organisers of the A.N.D. Festival talked about ice cream flavoured clouds among other things.

And top tunes from the the BBC Uploader of course.

Playlist - 25/03/10:

L.I.M.A. - OVER PRODUCED
THE RAGAMUFFINS GET UP AND DANCE
THE SILK PIGS - FIGHT
GOONIES NEVER SAY DIE - THIS ONE TOOK FOREVER (Live)
THE ARKANES - SET FIRE TO THE SCENE
PARAFFIN OIL SHOP - LIFE FOR A WHITE LIGHT
GOONIES NEVER SAY DIE - PAUL (Live)
GOLDHAWKS - WHERE IN THE WORLD
GOONIES NEVER SAY DIE - THAT'S NOT A KNIFE, THIS IS A KNIFE (Live)
THE TEMPER TRAP - SCIENCE OF FEAR
NEW YOUNG PONY CLUB - LOST A GIRL
AH TOY - GLASS PIANO (Live)
AH TOY - MEMOIRES OF A GENT (Live)
DAN LE SAC VS SCROOBIUS PIP - GET BETTER
THE ARKANES - SET FIRE TO THE SCENE
LAZY HALO - SPANISH PORN
WHITE BELT YELLOW TAG - ALWAYS AND ECHOES
ATLAS - THOSE DAYS ARE GONE
FOALS - SPANISH SAHARA

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