Thread: Who Listen to the Radio?

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    • 12 years 4 months ago
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    Who Still Listen to the Radio in the house? I am listen to it right now On the Computer I have to radio on next to it. Listen to 104.7 oldies Hits.
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    I like to listen to the radio, Oldies and Classic rock
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    When I do, it's usually talk radio or something like that. I don't listen to the music on any of the stations, 'cause a majority of the time I don't like what's playing.
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    No, because what they play on the radio is shit.
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    On the rides to and from work, I listen to the radio. My favorite station is the stations that say they play "yesterday's favorites and today's hits". I enjoy hearing these tracks. They're not too edgy...They're just very relaxing, and relaxation is something you need when you work in retail.
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    I listen to internet radio sations sometimes that specialize in stuff terrestrial sations tend to ignore. I used to like classic rock radio but I got fed up with cause they reduce every band's they play's output to a handful of songs and play Led Zeppelin on the hour and the Ottawa classic rock station also goes overboard with Elton John (beats me why.) It gets really boring.
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    I used to try to listen to the radio. I could never find anything I enjoyed.
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    Only in the car. with all the songs i used to know. oh oh.
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    I sometimes do. I mostly listen to internet radio, but when I'm in the car I listen to a pretty good station that plays rock music from the 60s-80s.
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    I listen to Classic Rock and Oldies.
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    I listen to the college radio radio station the comes from the University Of Arkansas. It has a lot of great indie and underground stuff on it...and...NO COMMERCIALS!
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    The only time I listen to the radio is on Sunday Nights at 7:00. That's when the Dr. Demento Show comes on.
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    my dad's business car has XM, they still have commercials
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    I do. I listen to the rock and jazz stations.
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    talk radio 102.3 at night for coast to coast a.m. it's freaky conspiracy alien bigfoot stuff (or you can find it at [url]http://www.coasttocoastam.com/[/url] it's really funny but these people take it seriously)
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    I used to listen to top 40/CHR in the 90's on KIIS-FM, (if anybody's from so cal), but not anymore, the music they got on now is crap! i listen to stations from all over the US, that are streaming online. I'm now into the oldies/classic hits format. i got into the 50's/60's music, thanks to Granny! and, those oldies stations know how to run a station, well... some, not all. good ones to note are: 94.5, KOOL in Phoenix, 104.3, WOMC in detroit, 101.1, WCBS in New York, 98.7, KLUV in Dallas, WRBQ, Tampa on 104.7, WODS 103.3 in Boston, and 98.1, WOGL in philadelphia, PA. however, they're now going as far as the 80's, but if straight 50's to 70's, with occational hits from the 40's, a good one to note is WHYL in carlyle, PA. and a new classic hits station that just hit the market, is WJMK, which flipped from the dreaded jack format! please, LA, Follow suit!
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    Another bumped thread!!

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    • 10 years 15 days ago
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    I like listen to the Car Radio.
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    Quote by TMNT
    Who Still Listen to the Radio in the house?

    I would listen to it in the house but all my radios are old and have bad reception.
    I do however listen to NPR on the radio everyday in the car while driving to and from work. I'd probably go crazy being stuck in traffic without it.
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