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Offline atrainradio

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HM01... REMIX!
« on: January 01, 2014, 1731 UTC »
So listening to it on 11530 right now... And the numbers are being Said with a pound of reverb on it as if Pedro is making a club dance remix. Ahh only the Cuban spies.
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Re: HM01... REMIX!
« Reply #1 on: January 03, 2014, 1613 UTC »
yep for sure....  I heard the same on:

17480 khz last night at 2200 utc...  Perhaps they are trying to enhance their format for those of us listeners ;-)  BTW they were pounding in with a huge signal...

Now if we could get them to play a little Salsa music... errr... would that be asking too much? oh well...

heh
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Re: HM01... REMIX!
« Reply #2 on: January 03, 2014, 1814 UTC »
Just stay with them & you're liable to hear most anything from 'ol Pedro. I have heard some cool Cuban music mixing with the numbers before.
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Re: HM01... REMIX!
« Reply #3 on: January 13, 2014, 2139 UTC »
Heck, I recently read a report of RHC using one of the HM01 frequencies at least once (apparently in error) -- that report came from either the DXLD group or the UDXF group on Yahoo, if I recall properly, but it was about a week ago or less...

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Re: HM01... REMIX!
« Reply #4 on: January 13, 2014, 2328 UTC »
Heck, I recently read a report of RHC using one of the HM01 frequencies at least once (apparently in error) -- that report came from either the DXLD group or the UDXF group on Yahoo, if I recall properly, but it was about a week ago or less...

They did the same thing yesterday.  14375 kHz had R. Habbana on it for a couple of hours.  It's Pedro, nothing surprises me about that station.

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