Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Radioactive Man - Radioactive Man

Keith Tenniswood began playing guitar at age nine but, as a teenager, grew increasingly interested in electronic music, graffiti, mixtapes, break dancing and skating rinks, before moving to London and buying equipment to produce his own music. Around this same time, he befriended Jagz Kooner, member of electronica trio Sabres of Paradise, and became their sound engineer. Shortly afterward he began collaborating with another Sabres of Paradise member, Andrew Weatherall, as Two Lone Swordsmen. After releasing three albums on Weatherall's label Emissions Audio Output, Warp Records signed the duo and released a series of albums including Stay Down (1998), A Bag of Blue Sparks (1998), A Virus With Shoes (1999), Tiny Reminders (2000), Further Reminders (2001), and From the Double Gone Chapel (2004). Still working in parallel as a producer, he began using his free time in the studio to create some new sounds and, at that point, felt like having something on his own. He embarked on a solo career as Radioactive Man, releasing his self-titled full-length album debut in 2001 on Weatherall's label Rotters Golf Club.

Label: Rotters Golf Club
Catalog#: RGCCD001
Format: CD, Album
Country: UK
Released: 24 Sep 2001
Genre: Electronic
Style: Electro

1 The Mezz (8:08)
2 Radio Eins (Mix 1) (6:37)
3 Do The Radioactive (5:32)
4 Major (4:45)
5 Goodnight Morton (3:50)
6 Trespasser (6:06)
7 Strong Booze (Transparent Sound Remix 1) (7:03)
8 Gone Forever (4:36)
9 Uranium (6:55)

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