Kiss FM, 98.7 on your radio dial, is going away. Dag. Memories of DJ Red Alert.
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Red Alert, Chuck Chillout, Jeff Foxx, Bob Slade and even Tony Humphries (who reliably helped me fall fast asleep as a child on weekends). Sammy B from Jungle Bros. had a little run there, too. It was one of my default stations on the car stereo. Dag, radio's just getting harder and harder to deal with; we lost the alternative rock station a year ago to "Soccer Mom" programming (their own description, btw). Just a short matter of time before 'BLS is forced off the air for "economic reasons" and replaced by yet another low-common denominator station that's 60+% commercials.
 Yeah man! I remember when I would cue up my boombox to record all those cats, having a boombox that had record functionality was like having one of those first CD writable drives.
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