Posts Tagged ‘radio’

Station Stats: October

October 8, 2007

Top 5  

  1. Angelo Venuto – Sweet Caroline
  2. September – Satellites
  3. Eamon – F**k It (I Don’t Want You Back)(Giuseppe Mix)
  4. Danzel – Pump It Up (Crowd Remix)
  5. Scissor Sisters – Monkey Baby

Fastest moving songs 

  1. Sleepthief & Kirsty Hawkshaw – The Chauffeur (Original Album Version)- 65 places in 2 days
  2. Peter Lemongello – Do I Love You – 60 places in 2 days

Airplay requested by artists

  • Skitchy – Tiny Little Freaks
  • Richie Rosati – Inside Your Love (Electric Mix)

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I Don’t Want You Back – Eamon

August 27, 2007

Another AllFunMusik favorite is Eamon’s Fuck It (I Don’t Want You Back) Gangsta’s Remix 07 (the station plays the Giuseppe Mix). For everyone that wanted to yell “Fuck you, you HO” at their partner over a pepperoni pizza… this is for you. Here’s the video on YouTube. The song is featured on AllFunMusik Radio.

He’s also just come out with a new single: How Could You (Bring Him Home).
Here’s a link to that video. Starts like Black Hawk Down, so you just know the other guy is going to be in trouble.

Put Your Ass In The Air

August 27, 2007

AllFunMusik favorite, Barracuda’s Ass Up video on YouTube.
Ass Up was in the original set of songs on the station and still isn’t in danger of getting cut.
Watch the video and get your ass in the air and move around like you don’t care. 

Beating a Dead Horse

August 10, 2007

August 27th marks the debut of the new Backstreet Boys song Inconsolable from what will be their sixth album.

HUH?!

OK, admitedly, I liked the BSB in their prime and I still like some of that music today. I had a small kid that liked them and I got sucked in, OK?!?! Apparently they’re back and much to my surprise have been back before with an album in 2005. I never even heard of it. Anyway… the difference with album 6 is that they’re going back to being the Backstreet Boys with poppy, dance songs. Not trying to prove they’ve grown up. That’s good. It’s always embarrassing when someone popular tries to represent themselves outside their talent. (List too long to mention.)

The little catch is that there are only 4 of them now. Kevin Richardson has bowed out. This photo from the BSB website illustrates it. Hopefully they don’t do anything further with Kevin’s sneakers. I get it. Oh, and n*Sync… don’t get any ideas. We don’t want to see Timberlake’s sneakers on puppet strings.

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I’m going to have to take a listen to this new album. I hope it’s good and I hope they figure out how to be successful as a man-band. It seems like a tough go to me, but I hope they pull it off.

The yet to be named album releases October 30th. You can listen to Inconsolable on backstreetboys.com . Good or bad, the song sounds like the Backstreet Boys. Good for die hard fans, but the band needs to win new fans with a style popular 10 years ago. I’m not worried about me liking it (I probably will), I’m worried about all the people that think of them as a ‘boy band’ and won’t give it a chance. Hopefully, for them they will find that Backstreet’s Back! And, yes… my son has grown up and I’ll still be first in line to buy the CD. So what?!

Update 10/12/07: Inconsolable has been added to the line-up on AllFunMusik Radio.

The Monkees and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

July 15, 2007

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It’s not always the most popular thing to be a Monkees fan. Because The Monkees were contrived, auditioned and set in a television show, their music is somehow thought of as a lesser music.

They sang their own songs and eventually even played the instruments. They had some of the best songwriters of the day (Neil Diamond, Boyce & Hart, Carole King, to name a few). They were pioneers in music video. Ever see a music video before The Monkees? No. Their songs topped the charts where the #2 spot was worlds behind. They sold more records than the Beatles and Rolling Stones combined during their show. They introduced others into the music world, like Jimi Hendrix, for instance.
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Rufus Wain-Writes Album #5

June 27, 2007

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wainwright.jpg  Release the Stars

For me, new Rufus music doesn’t come nearly fast enough. The 5th album Release the Stars came out mid-May and I missed it. Downloaded it from iTunes today and listening to it now. Right off the bat, Between My Legs is my favorite so far. I’ve already added it to the radio station without even hearing the entire album.
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Skitchy Details

June 23, 2007

New and Moving Fast Artist 

The cast of animated charaters return for another good -vs- evil video story with a cool music backdrop.

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UK based James Hore Martin and band Skitchy are planning an animated US invasion.
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Mika: Love, Love Me

June 22, 2007

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http://www.mikasounds.com 
or for you MySpace enthusiasts: http://www.myspace.com/mikamyspace

Earlier this year, Mika broke into the US with his song Grace Kelly from his new album Life in Cartoon Motion.

The album is quirky and very original. Each song is very different from the last. He seems to get compared to Jake Shears of Scissor Sisters a lot, and although I don’t like comparing very original people, they both are very unique, both have original sounding voices, and both excel at showmanship. Mika likes to be the circus ringmaster and he can pull it off.

Here’s Mika’s Big Girls video.

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Running With Scissors

June 22, 2007

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You just can’t beat a group named after a lesbian sex position. When you’re all sitting around trying to come up with a name for your band, you come up with that. Amazing. That’s shortened from the original name Dead Lesbian and the Fibrillating Scissor Sisters. From that alone, you can tell the group would be different.
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My Chiffon Is Wet, Darling. My Wig Is Wet! : Get Dancin’ with Disco Tex and His Sex-O-Lettes

June 22, 2007

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Disco Tex and the Sex-O-Lettes

Sir Monti Rock III, formerly Joseph Montanez, who was a teen idol/talk show regular of the ’60s and famous for Disco Tex and the Sex-O-Lettes, is now the Very Reverend Monti Rock III. He is a House Whisperer and also performs The Million Dollar Wedding in Nevada. You can check him out on the Web here >> http://www.parsec-santa.com/montirock/Monti_Frame.html
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