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Posted on Tue, May 01, 2007 04:33

With technology, I have discovered a nice radio station Sun FM in Canada. It is very much like our KFM 94.5. Great music and presenter. I got to hear songs that has never been released over here that are great. Would love to listen to some of your radio stations. Can you post a link?


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Posted on Thu, May 03, 2007 07:05

Like geniek, I share the same kind of obsession, but for something completely different. My musical epicenter was, is and always will be (drum roll please)... ~~~~~~~RUSH~~~~~~~ Yeah- I'm one of THOSE guys... So for me, (and the other 46 discerning Rush geeks out there), it's RushRadio. (That would be with an org) Oh man! It's ALL Rush, ALL the time! Music is something I am truly passionate about, and I like to think that my CD collection reflects that. Currently, I'm obsessed with new, alternative music which includes bands like The White Stripes, The Strokes, Army of Anyone, Muse, Wolfmother, Incubus, Arcade Fire, The Mars Volta, The Cold-War Kids, and (God bless) the Boys Entering Anarchistic States Towards Internal Excellence. to name a few. The station that gives me all this and more is 102.7 WEQX. For new alternative on XM, try Ethel. It's nice, but it lacks EQX's personality.


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Posted on Wed, May 02, 2007 13:54

check out CHFI FM 98.1 on the web they have streaming service, a Toronto based Radio station. by law they must have a certain percentage of Canadian content so you just might hear some new stuff. I found a jazz station in LA I liked, cant remember the name, but will find it again in June. I have XM satelite in my truck, its fantastic, drove all over north american this past summer only lost signal in mountain gourges or in huge forests. For cruising I like the channel called Watercolors on XM


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Posted on Wed, May 02, 2007 10:28

Well you can listen to the BBC radio via the net easily You simply and click on radio. this gives you access to a number of stations including my particualr favourite which is Radio 7 a channel dedicated to classic Drama and Comedy mixed in with Children's radio. It has a listen again feature so you can hear past broadcasts at anytime. Radio 4 is a talk radio and also has some drama. Radio 3 is classical Music, radio 1 is current pop, radio 2 is some talk and also more contemporary music Radio 5 is sports and talk, Radio 6 is a music station too


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Posted on Wed, May 02, 2007 10:18

GenieK, the totally 70s sounds great. Have you got a link?


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