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Author Topic: NHK World 11945 am 1708 utc 7 Apr 2021 - 90's Rock Music  (Read 60 times)

Offline Ct Yankee

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Good reception (PL 880 with its included wire on back deck), Japanese service (with English language music).  Jeez, a pirate-like playlist but production and ID's not quite as good ;).

1708 "Smells Like Teen Spirit" Nirvana, OM in Japanese between songs
1713 "Losing My Religion" R.E.M.
1719 "Are You Gonna Go My Way" Lenny Kravitz
1723 "Basket Case" Green Day
1727 "Buddy Holly" Wheezer
1731 "Philosophy" Ben Fold Five
1736 "Tonight, Tonight" The Smashing Pumpkins
1741 "Hey Dude" Kula Shaker
1747 "Bitter Sweet Symphony" The Verve
1751 "Whatever" Oasis, now excellent reception
« Last Edit: April 07, 2021, 1752 UTC by Ct Yankee »
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Re: NHK World 11945 am 1708 utc 7 Apr 2021 - 80's/90's Rock Music
« Reply #1 on: April 07, 2021, 1740 UTC »
Dang, a 90s alternative show. I'd love to be able to hear it, but since this isn't also from Yamata on 22m....
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