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Posted: 01 Feb 04, 02:26 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Recently downloaded Winamp 5, and for the first time discovered Winamp's copious amount of internet radio stations. I quickly discovered these two stations.

Nothing but 80s music, commercial free, all day long. It's a ton of crap (but then that's true of much of the 1980s), but I love it. Any station that plays the theme song to Neverending Story or any song from Debarge can't be that bad.

Reminds me of Junior High, or what the Shrek refers to as Middle Age.


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Posted: 01 Feb 04, 07:14 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Same here, cant beat 80s music :D


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Posted: 01 Feb 04, 08:49 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

80's music is comparable to 70's fashion.....garbage.


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Posted: 01 Feb 04, 13:51 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I'd much rather listen to 80s synthesized music, than all the 90s crap.


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Posted: 10 Feb 04, 00:02 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Allright, screw those two stations. I found a better one:
Radiostorm.com: 80s

No chatter or promos, and no constant repetition. The other two, while enjoyable, tended to play the same stuff. This new one doesn't so much, and has a much better selection, though it also plays some early-90s stuff. More odd hair band stuff, Laura Brannigan, and music that white folk think they can dance to.

It's rad.


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