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Sensational Sounds Of The 70s ep003
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October 27, 2015 04:10 AM PDT
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The seventies was ruled by the disco scene, but also matured the heavy metal scene, giving rise to other genres of rock..

Here we experience a wide variety of styles and huge artists of the day in these sensational sounds of the 70s

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Forgotten Sounds Of The 80s ep001
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July 19, 2015 11:19 AM PDT
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A brand new season of Forgotten Sounds Of The 80s kicks off in glorifying fashion. There’s a dive into some album tracks of the era, some long forgotten hits (obviously!) and some that just spark a wee memory here or there. Whatever you were doing in the eighties there are always some tracks you let slip from your mind.

You might just find one or two of those here. There is Big Country, The Jam as well as Style Council, and Yazoo (AKA Yaz) for a start off; courteously helped along by The Beat, Luther Vandross, Ultravox, Chic, Aztec Camera and Kraftwerk. Countless others to brighten two hours and bring those recollections flooding in like hippies at a Mama’s and Papa’s concert.

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Tunes That Never Get Old ep001
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June 22, 2015 12:34 AM PDT
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A trip through the decades, with the music of the generations that count. Here we delve into the vault to bring those tunes you like to hear over and over. Why not email your song for future episodes.

You can get so many great hits that go back in time to the youth of yesteryear and then bring you up to date with some of the latest songs and future Tunes That Never Get Old. Email DJColzz with dedications, and requests on electricthunderproductions@gmail.com

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Non-Stop Nineties ep003
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May 10, 2015 03:30 AM PDT
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Back to the 90s we go! Oh, you got that from the title? It’s all good! Ricky C joins me for a browse through some good old fashioned tunes across the genres. One minute you’re listening to Primal Scream, the next it’s the Spice Girls, from Queen to Kadoc, Love Inc to Chaka Demus And Pliers, From Ini Kamoze to C&C Music Factory.

How about some classic song titles ‘Son Of A Gun’, ‘I Think I Love You’, ‘In The Closet’ and ‘Come Baby Come’. We’re going back to the decade where everyone began to think they were better than everyone else, PC went crazy and sent the world into defensive mode and depression, well all you morons who think they have a right to tell people how to act, DJ says have a big cup of shut the hell up and smile! Enjoy the music.

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UK Official Top 40 February 4 1984
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April 20, 2015 07:16 AM PDT
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The FTSE 100 Index starts. The Government Communications HQ bans workers from belonging to any Union. Six people are killed as a hurricane batters the UK. “Broadway Danny Rose” and “Footloose” are hitting cinema screens. Whilst The Smiths will release their debut album.

Nik Kershaw makes his Top 40 debut, Madonna also makes the chart and climbing with her first hit single. There’s more from Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Thomas Dolby, Thompson Twins, Duran Duran, Queen, Shaky And Bonnie, Fiction Factory and Snowy White. We take a delve into the album chart of the week and play all of the Top 20 singles. Enjoy!

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Sensational Sounds of the 70s Ep002
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March 04, 2015 03:58 AM PST
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Puffy Skirts, Gauchos and Khakis were all the rage in the mid-seventies. Apparently, until 1974, T-Shirts were considered underwear. They then emerged with slogans and art. There were still mini skirts for a while, with knee high boots that had rounded toes. Women also liked Mary Janes shoes. Some men too, but that’s a whole different thang! Science fiction took on a new role in TV and film, whereas the Western began its decline.

Musically in this episode of the Sensational Sounds of the Seventies, Chic, Suzi Quatro, Deep Purple, The Undertones, Jimi Hendrix, The Emotions, Racey, Hot Chocolate, Nick Lowe, Free and The Police to name but a few. Many more hits to take you on a journey through the musical memories of the seventies.

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Non-Stop Nineties ep002
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February 11, 2015 08:35 AM PST
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It was the decade Nelson Mandela was freed after twenty-five years in prison. Lech Walesa becomes First President of Poland. There was also the biggest event of the decade… yes… Milli Vanilli were lip-syncing. We found a copper age man frozen in a glacier, the Soviet Union was no more. O.J. wrote a book called “If I Did It”, if?

Mad Cow Disease hits Britain, yes, my wife returned after two weeks at her sisters! The Unabomber was arrested, Hong Kong is returned to China. Bill Clinton is impeached, after he gave Monica a mouthful and the music was great-ish! The best here though, find some Jamiroquai, No Doubt, Smashing Pumpkins, Skunk Anansie, Oasis, The Verve, Rage Against The Machine, Paul Weller, Massive Attack, Stone Roses, Bad Religion, Vengaboys, Outhere Bros, QFX and much more.

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Cheesy 80s Songs You Love ep006
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January 27, 2015 06:49 AM PST
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Hello, and big dirty bottom burps to all of you. Here are your cheesiest of cheese hits from the decade fashion forgot. Let’s be honest we all dressed like noobs, but we had great music. In the show today, there’s a little bit of Aretha, Wham! And Carly. Some Smiley, Five Star, Pink Floyd and The Smiths (Lovely family) who all live in a Crowded House with Lovebug Starski.

Classic hit songs galore “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go”, “System Addict”, “Crazy Crazy Nights”, “Don’t Dream It’s Over”, “Respectable”, “Is This Love”, “Absolute Beginners” and whole lot more than your little gadget thingy there can handle I can tell you. Enjoy!

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UK Official Top 40 February 5 1983
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October 20, 2014 08:19 AM PDT
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Breakfast Television hits British TV screens for the first time. This is the year seatbelts become mandatory for drivers and front seat passengers in cars. In March, the CD goes on sale in the UK for the first time and the Austin Metro becomes Britain’s best-selling car. In Movies, ‘The Year Of Living Dangerously’ ‘Videodrome’, ‘The Sting II’, ‘The Entity’ and ‘Local Hero’.

1983 in music, The UK Singles Chart is run by Gallup from January. We lose Karen Carpenter, just a month before her 33rd birthday. Michael Jackson debuts ‘Billie Jean’ and the eventual biggest-selling album of all time ‘Thriller’. ‘Billie Jean’ debuts on this chart as well as a number of other artists in the top 40, China Crisis, Prince, Toto (in the 80s), Level 42, Thompson Twins, as well as massive hits from Phil Collins, Men At Work, Joe Jackson, Eddy Grant, Tears For Fears and Joe Cocker/Jennifer Warnes. It’s February 1983, what a year!

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