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If you had your own radio1 show for 2 hours what would you play? watch

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    Rick Astley-never gonna give you up

    End the whole rick rolling thing
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    (Original post by co_co_vogue)
    Really not!
    What should I be playing?
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    (Original post by Bubbles*de*Milo)
    No..?
    http://www.vbs.tv/watch/music-world/donk

    in ze link, its 30 minutes long though.
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    (Original post by partoftheweekend)
    http://www.vbs.tv/watch/music-world/donk

    in ze link, its 30 minutes long though.

    Lol nice. I'll watch it later. :cool:
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    (Original post by TenthAvenueFreezeOut)
    What should I be playing?

    Anything besides those three.
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    All of Led Zeppelin IV, followed by all of Master of Puppets, then I should be able to squeeze in a few Roy Harper songs
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    (Original post by partoftheweekend)
    http://www.vbs.tv/watch/music-world/donk

    in ze link, its 30 minutes long though.

    Ooomg, at 04.50 there's a Downs kid MCing!
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    A bud and I actually did host a radio show the last couple years at College. suchhhh a fun time. Our playlist would be something along the lines of...

    Radio- Smash Mouth (intro music)
    Smells Like Teen Spirit- Nirvana
    any random techno
    California Love -Tupac f/ Dr. Dre
    any random Bob Marley
    24's- Obie Trice
    any random Oasis
    Stacy's Mom- Fountains of Wayne
    more random techno
    the rest of the show would be taken up by listener requests.
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    Led Zeppelin, Metallica, AC/DC, Dream Theater, KISS, Alice Cooper, Boston, Kansas, Rush, System of a Down, RATM... I could go on for quite a while
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    (Original post by co_co_vogue)
    Anything besides those three.
    Right so I can have literally any 3 albums apart from those three? So it's fine if I say
    Let's get it on - Marvin Gaye
    Blood on the Tracks - Dylan
    Darkness on the Edge of Town - Springsteen
    ?
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    Arab Money for 2 hours.
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    I'd probably be on 1Xtra... :holmes:
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    (Original post by Bubbles*de*Milo)
    You're joking right?
    Yeah, I've been taking the piss with the Blackout Crew. I don't like that pipey-wonky bassline, it's been pissing me off since Klubbheads started doing this in the late 1990s. But as far as Scooter go - quality, Basshunter ain't that bad, either. Cascada - minted, although I've just started listening to their latest album and it seems they started to lean a bit towards electro-house, 'cause it's jazzy at the moment.

    Bottom line, it's party music. Nobody says it's gotta be advanced, complicated or sophisticated anyhow. It's gotta have nice, deep and pounding bassline, a synth lick of earworm quality and a tempo fast enough to make you rock out on the dancefloor.

    It's cool. You need to learn that thrash can also be appreciated and kitsch is a form of art. :yep:
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    Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Air, Royksopp, Leftfield, Super Furry Animals, The Killers, Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Bob Marley, Lupe Fiasco, The Who. A bit of trance and drum and bass and dubstep is also a necessity.

    I like it. A lot.
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    - music I like that's local to me (Betika, Henry's Phonograph)
    - 1990s TV show theme tunes (Round the Twist, Sister Sister, Pinky and the Brain)
    - bring back Wheatus.
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    80s metal
    the nuttiest jump up drum n bass the world can make
    french electro/housy stuff
    commerical dance
    the power rangers buckethead theme
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    Traditional Yiddish music, Manu Chao, Mana, Sigur Ros, Ladysmith Black Mbazo, Ravi Shankar...

    Basically anything you wouldn't hear played in most places in the UK.
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    (Original post by TenthAvenueFreezeOut)
    Right so I can have literally any 3 albums apart from those three? So it's fine if I say
    Let's get it on - Marvin Gaye
    Blood on the Tracks - Dylan
    Darkness on the Edge of Town - Springsteen
    ?

    Nooo thats cheating :naughty:
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    This is clearly screaming for Spotify playlists.
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    (Original post by co_co_vogue)
    Nooo thats cheating :naughty:
    What can I have and not have? :p:
 
 
 
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