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Kid Galahad


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The four band members met in 1997, whilst they all attended Furze Platt School in Maidenhead.[4] The band honed their skills in live performances and homemade recordings. One of their early demos was given to long-time friend and DJ, James Lavelle, who championed the band to, amongst others, the independent, Ignition record label, whom the band signed to in 2000. [5] Their recordings for the label were produced by Jim Abbiss (who had previously worked with The Music, DJ Shadow and UNKLE amongst others), and the band’s first studio release was the Stealin’ Beats EP in May 2001. As well as Abbiss’ work on the title track, this EP also contained two live tracks and an original demo recorded in lead singer Ash’s back garden. This EP was critically acclaimed and was made “single of the week” by NME magazine and BBC Radio 1.[6]

Kid Galahad’s second release was the Where’s my Gold? EP in July 2001. Like it’s predecessor, this EP showed off the band’s eclectic style and mixed studio and live recordings, and was also given a single of the week stamp of approval, this time by MTV.[2] Finally, a trio of limited edition EP releases was completed in November 2001, with the release of the Runaway Train EP. These releases also coincided with the band touring with bands such as Vex Red, Tetra Splendour and The Electric Soft Parade.


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  • kleptocephalus

    Definitely an underrated band. Makes Me Smile rocks. Wish that more info could be dug up on them now.

    30 Apr 2011 Reply
  • Billy-o

    These guys in the same line-up have relaunched themselves as The Furze.

    27 Mar 2009 Reply
  • BeatPoet

    One of my favourite bands in 2002-03.

    1 Jul 2008 Reply
  • obretiv

    Where is my gold is a boss track, no doubt about it!

    17 Oct 2007 Reply
  • chopswood

    Shame they never got the popularity they deserved. Where is my Gold is a classic track.

    14 Jun 2007 Reply

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