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Re: Not only that........

Some of these new "all 80's" stations around the country do lean more
alternative than others.  The one in Houston, for example, plays a lot of stuff
from Depeche Mode, The Cure, The Smiths etc. in addition to the typical 80's
titles.  Unfortunately the handful of stations that were experimenting with the
"alternative oldies" format have flipped to other types of music, which may mean
those titles simply burn out too quickly as part of a 24/7 format.

Mike Thomas

Mike_ed wrote:

> but one of my biggest gripes that I have ( along with Mickey and Come On
> Eileen played ad nauseum ) is the total lack of alternative music that puts
> the emphasis on Talking Heads, Eurythmics, etc on these 80's programs.
> College radio ( especially WBRU in Providence ) was just as major of a force
> on 80's radio as the CHR and top-40 stations of their day.