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What was it like being the eight-year-old asked to sing on XTC’s landmark album? Thirty-five years after recording Dear God, Jasmine Veillette looks back at the making of Skylarking with studio manager Ralph Legnini. more
In this month's episode of What Do You Call That Noise? The XTC Podcast, we reassess XTC's most frequently neglected album in the company of some of its biggest fans. more
In this month's episode of What Do You Call That Noise? The XTC Podcast, we're thinking about XTC music played live – in the past and the present. more
The book was wonderful and this podcast follows suit. Fills my heart and mind with positive beams of energy. The myriad restorative effect s of one single bands - XTC- art and music on people from all walks of life is life affirming and restores my somewhat shaky faith in humanity and the power of music
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I cannot recommend this podcast highly enough. Presented with passion and insight by Mark Fisher. A pleasure for any XTC fan.
A wonderful celebration and thoughtful discussion of the legendary band XTC. Featuring interviews with and contributions from actual members of XTC!
A terrific first podcast from Mark and the lads. And a lovely cameo at the end from Colin Moulding. Really looking forward to more in-depth XTC chat in future shows. Podcasts In Motion, atmosphere to ocean! more
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