Adam Walton playlist and show info: Saturday 3 November 2012

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The past few months of festivals, gigs and the incumbent late nights have finally broken me. My voice has been reduced to a nicotine husk barrelling around in a barnacle encrusted cement mixer. The synapses in my brain have barricaded themselves behind burning trucks, inspired by militant French farmers (and who isn't inspired by militant French farmers?).

I have taken to broadcasting from under the mixing console "to protect myself from the phasotrons" - quantum light particles that extra terrestrial intelligences use to scan earth from neighbouring dimensions.

The unfortunate side effect of phasotron scanning is that you develop a tolerance for Muse. All that can protect you/immunise you is a radio mixing console filled with the finest new Welsh sounds.

So, there is an anti Muse rant in this week's show that I hope their lawyers hear. Alan Holmes brings in something from Bob Delyn A'r Ebillion - a track I'd never heard before that is so excellent, it can deflect a full-on Muse onslaught, with bombast turned up to 13 and humour set to zero, from 1814 yards.

Our barricades are further bolstered by Ben 'Soundhog' Hayes and his charge of the Tony TS Mcphee brigade.

First time footsoldiers on the battlefield are: Bodez, Ghost Carriage Phantoms, Martin Rossiter, Tomos Lewis, Hi Fi Murders, Ribbons, Lady T and Bloodflower.

They all acquit themselves with great dignity and honour.

Remember, this radio show needs YOU. Brave musical escapades should be submitted via the BBC Introducing Uploader (please).

Other correspondence should be sent via coded carrier pigeon or via themysterytour@gmail.com.

I leave you with this comforting thought: thank god Muse aren't Welsh.

MASTERS IN FRANCE - 'Playing With My Friends'
Caernarfon

BODEZ - 'A O'
Cardiff

S┼ÁNAMI - 'Cysgodion'
Dolgellau

MILK RACE, THE - 'Bonjour M F'
Cardiff

MOWBIRD - 'The Quiet Despair Of The Starship Enterprise'
Wrexham

GHOST CARRIAGE PHANTOMS - 'Yer Boots (Radio Edit)'
Merthyr Tydfil

THIS IS WRECKAGE - '2 + 2 = Bastard'
Cardiff

NO CEREMONY /// - 'Feelsolow'
Manchester/Wales

FEEDER - 'Borders'
Newport

JOY FORMIDABLE, THE - 'Tempo (Strong Weak Weak)'
Mold

GOLDEN FABLE - 'Always Golden'
Ewloe

ALAN HOLMES - spoken contribution
Bangor

BOB DELYN A'R EBILLION - 'Dacw 'nghariad'
Gwynedd

WOLFCHILD - 'Arcades'
Cwmbran

MARTIN ROSSITER - 'Drop Anchor'
Cardiff

POPPY JONES - 'All In Time'
Welshpool

ALUN TAN LAN - 'Picwach'
Llanrwst

EARTH, THE - 'Rubbish Man'
Cardiff

TOMOS LEWIS - 'Elinor'
Dolgellau/Cardiff

COLORAMA - 'Out Of Line (Extended Remix)'
Benllech

FUTURE OF THE LEFT - 'The Real Meaning Of Christmas'
Cardiff

CORNERSHOP - 'Every Year So Different (Featuring Trwbador)'
Wolverhampton

R. SEILIOG - 'To Be A Sgerbwdun'
Peniel/Cardiff

DIVERS, THE - 'A Little Better'
Wrexham/London

WOBBLY HEARTS, THE - 'With God On Our Side (Radio Edit)'
Rhyl/Abergele/Liverpool

CATFISH AND THE BOTTLEMEN - 'A. S. A.'
Llandudno

ADELINES, THE - 'Little Games'
Swansea

BONUS SKOR - 'Fish's Tail'
Liverpool/Iceland

LITTLE ERIS - 'So Many Nights'
Cardiff

HI FI MURDERS - '100 Mile Hotel'
Newport

HEHFU - 'I'm Happy To Be Here Tonight'
Caerphilly

RIBBONS - 'Spittle'
Cwmbran

LIFTING GEAR ENGINEER - 'Caught Out'
Swansea

HOUDINI DAX - 'Heavy Tease'
Cardiff

HOWL GRIFF - 'She Walks On By The Flame'
Aberystwyth

LADY T - 'Trippy Diva!'
Ffestiniog

DAN AMOR - 'Mehefin'
Penmachno

EUROS CHILDS - 'Be Be High'
Pembrokeshire

BEN HAYES - spoken contribution
Ruthin

TONY TS MCPHEE - 'The Hunt (Extract)'
Lincolnshire

BLOODFLOWER - 'Indigo'
Unknown.

LESBIANHORSE - 'Happpiness'
Newport

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