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Messages - Mr. Saturn

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2157: ID (female voice)
2159: Steely Dan - Reelin' in the Years
2160: lost in static

Heard very last part of the Neil Young song - wasn't the one I thought it was

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Huh? / Re: Donna Summer dies at 63; diva of disco
« on: May 26, 2019, 2017 UTC »
Well, we're down to only a few beegees and other less significant sources of the malady known as disco now.

Investigate Synthwave

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Huh? / Re: Tire Pressure
« on: May 26, 2019, 2016 UTC »
Also; Remember to spay and neuter your pets

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0112 - "Blood Suckin' Son of a Gun"
0114 - Cop Skit/Wolverine Radio ID

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Shortwave Pirate / Re: UNID 6888 USB 2102 UTC 25 May 2019
« on: May 25, 2019, 2153 UTC »
Thought I caught "Standing in the Shadows of Love" through the noise

As of [2150], sounds like a warped Alvin and the Chipmunks record

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I am mid-30's. My Pop (Grandfather) was a trucker from NY and was a CB cutup from way back. I also dabbled making the old boys on the CB get HBP as a kid in the late 80's/early 90's... Back then that or if you were lucky, a BBS system were pretty much Facebook/chat/DMs. Used to also listen in on scanners but not as much anymore.

I pretty much try to seek out pirate broadcasters on FM (there are a few more than people would assume on 87.7-87.9), drive-in theater stations (there are 3 within listening range to my current location), LPFMs, college/school stations, pirates on shortwave or any oddball shortwave transmission... really just because they broadcast better music and more interesting stuff than big AM/FM stations

One of my Uncles got me into pirate stations / college radio kind of inadvertently.. He used to camp out in his shed with his big sherlock pipe and blast vinyl everything from Motown to Minutemen and even the old records of Atari game soundtracks and I loved hanging out in there with him while he played his records and talked about them all. I didn't really notice the antenna behind the shed until later at which point he admitted to broadcasting a pirate AM station for years out of the shed and said he had received "mail from the other side of Texas", which was cool to me because we don't live near any side of Texas


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2240 - Crusaders

Knew it was YMR by DJ saying "yeeeah man" then shouting out hfug users

thanks for s/o, signal great in the home state of Pink and Floyd

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Shortwave Pirate / Re: Moose Radio 6925 USB 0133 UTC 6 Apr 2019
« on: April 06, 2019, 0210 UTC »
0206: Sweet Home Alabama remix

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Shortwave Pirate / Re: UNID 6925 AM 2315 UTC 15 OCT 2018
« on: October 16, 2018, 2322 UTC »
LSB guys have been on a while, @2315 it definitely sounded like Spanish auctioneers yelling over upbeat jazz

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[0425] Duran Duran - "Come Undone" blasting in louder than local AMs then faded halfway through the song
[Mix Radio International ID]
[0430 ish] Eagles - Hotel California
Faded out completely after that song so I walked out of the room and kept the radio on...

Caught bits and pieces of Duran Duran - The Reflex, what may have been a Chicago tune and what either was "True Colors" by Cyndi Lauper or a very similar song at the top of the hour.

I'm pretty close to Hurricane Michael and caught this on a radio that is a portable and relatively weak - either way thanks for the cool 80's music Mix Radio!

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