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I mentioned this station in the thread for Pandora Radio.... I think many of you will like this station. I used to listed to this station in Baltimore years ago. They have now reformed and are now online.

 

http://www.97underground.com/

 

My apologies for somewhat hi-jacking the Pandora Radio thread.

 

So far today I've heard the following on 97 Underground:

 

Def Leppard

KIX

Manowar

AC/Dc

Lizzy Borden

Child's Play

Motley Crue

 

Check it out... :bananamac:

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Hey.... Where's Lennie..? I read somewhere in a thread that he give a pity post if nobody replies to a particular thread. It's not fair that Geoff got a pity post and I didn't.

 

I know... some are jeoulous of Geoff's good looks. Others jealous of his fluffy pink drinks. Still other jealous of the way he gets all the women. And a few jealous of the fact that he even attracts the boys.

 

Me... I'm just jealous of Geoff because he starts better threads. :unsure:

 

PS - I actually thought this was a pretty good on-line station. :beerbang:

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:headbanger: One of the guys from 97 Underground also started up several radio channels. I spoke with his crew several times. Pretty cool from what I got so far. The place is ampedfm.com. The guy I have been talking to is Rob (aka Rockin Rob from 97 Underground). They play new and old rock / metal. I found them on itunes. Random stuff you may want to know. Oh they also do other types of genre's on other stations.

 

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I mentioned this station in the thread for Pandora Radio.... I think many of you will like this station. I used to listed to this station in Baltimore years ago. They have now reformed and are now online.

 

http://www.97underground.com/

 

My apologies for somewhat hi-jacking the Pandora Radio thread.

 

So far today I've heard the following on 97 Underground:

 

Def Leppard

KIX

Manowar

AC/Dc

Lizzy Borden

Child's Play

Motley Crue

 

Check it out... :bananamac:

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