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Old 07-30-2004, 06:38 PM   #136
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oh ok.. I only knew the song from the Erasure remake from last year, so I finally know who sang the original.


I didn't even know someone remade it!

P.S. On this day in 1792, July 30, the French national anthem "La Marsiellaise" - the only national anthem more arrogant than "The Star-Spangled Banner" - was performed for the first time.
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Angry 8/1/81 - MTV premieres!

On this day in 1981, August 1, MTV went on the air, changing the course of popular music for worse or for even worse.

The first video MTV played was the promotional clip for "VIdeo Killed the Radio Star" by the Buggles. (Actually, Clear Channel killed the radio star, but that's another thread.)

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Cool August 2nd, 1983 - Z100 Debuts

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It's 8 minutes after 6 AM, August the 2nd, 1983. (ringing of phone) Ladies and gentlemen, at this time, radio station WHTZ signs on the air. WHTZ is owned and operated by Malrite Communications and broadcast a frequency of 100.3 Mhz. WHTZ is licensed to the city of Newark, N.J., the studios and offices in Seacacus, N.J., transmitting tower and transmitter located in West Orange, N.J. Signing on the air. This is WHTZ, Newark (BOOM!!!) It's time to wake up!

On this date, August 2nd, 1983. Z100 made its debut. Scott Shannon was announced at appoxmately 6:08 AM and then the first song that was played was "The Eye of the Tiger" by Survivor, the song was also featured in the movie "Rocky 3". Z100 was born, and it became the FM first Top-40 radio station in New York City. The station made its debut a year after Musicradio WABC ended its Top 40 legend in 1982. Today, Z100 continued to become a Top-40 radio station in FM history. If you want to listen to this aircheck of the first day of Z100 as a Top-40 station, here it is!
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On this day in 1921, August 2, opera singer Enrico Caruso died in Naples, Italy.
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On this date in 1957, August 5, "American Bandstand," hosted by perpetual teenager Dick Clark, premiered on Philadelphia's ABC-TV affiliate. (Moving to LA later on, it lasted until 1985.)

On this date in 1966, the Beatles released Revolver in the United Kingdom. (It was released in the United States - albeit with three fewer songs that had already appeared on an American album - three days later.)
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Unhappy Bruce Morrow (aka Cousin Brucie) Left WABC 30 Years Ago Today

For those of you who love Cousin Brucie, he left WABC 30 years ago today in 1974 before he made the move to WNBC until 1977. If you like to listen to his last show click here to listen.

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On August 8, 1974, thirty years ago today, President Richard Nixon, brought down by Watergate, announced that he would resign the Presidency effective at noon the following day. At a concert on the 1974 Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young reunion tour, an elated Stephen Stills announced the resignation to an equally elated audience, and CSNY played "Ohio."
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On this day in 1966, August 12, the Beatles arrived in Chicago to begin their last tour, a seventeen-day gig in the United States and Canada. At a press conference that afternoon, John Lennon explained his six-month-old quote about the Beatles being "more popular than Jesus Christ now," which went unnoticed in Great Britain but aroused a wave of hateful anti-Beatles hysteria throughout the American Bible Belt. "I'm not anti-God or anti-Christ or anti-religion," Lennon insisted. "I wasn't knocking it. I wasn't saying we were greater or better."

The tour went ahead as planned and, apart from a firecracker exploding in the sudience at a Memphis concert, went without a hitch.
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On this day in 1969, August 15, the Woodstock Art (what art?)and Music Fair opened on a field owned by farmer Max Yasgur in Bethel, New York. During the three-day concert, Yasgur told the young audience, "You have proven to the world that you could come here for three days of fun and music and have nothing but three days of fun and music!"
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Default Forgot to Go Back 27 Years This Past Thursday

I forgot to go back to 27 years ago this past thursday, August 12th, 1977 I perhaps. We mentioned about Bruce Morrow (aka Cousin Brucie). But on August the 12th, 1977, Cousin Brucie did his very last show on WNBC like the way WABC did that since 1974. It was a very sad one. You might listen to it besure to click here for a complete description and also click here to hear his last show on WNBC.
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on this day in 1958, Steve's favorite singer was born

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Yep, I think I heard something about Steve M. hosting a "Madonnathon"
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Unhappy On this date: August 16th 1977

Elvis Presley died. He was 42 years old.
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