Songs lost to radio


#161

Old Skool:

The Nosebleed Section - Hilltop Hoods
I Know - Dionne Farris

Pure 90’s:

I Can Feel It - Radio Freedom


#162

Thank god for that, Triple J played it enough times last decade to make up for it’s lack of play in recent years.


#163

nova 106.9 used to play nose bleed section a lot when they 1st started , bring back those days


#164

This one features on my retro countdown from this week in 1995. Other songs in there that are suitable for this thread include:

No More I Love Yous- ANNIE LENNOX
Be Firm- MAX SHARAM
Mr. Natural- THE MENTALS
Come Back- LONDONBEAT
Israel’s Son- SILVERCHAIR


#165

Heard on Wollongong’s 2VOX FM yesterday arvo!


#166

A favorite on FM104… and kinda symbolic of the station at the time… broad appeal classic rock and cool new stuff.


#167

Oh yes!! That song just personified FM104 in '86 or so! I was there!
Love it.


#168

Speaking of FM104, I’ve been (slowly) working through the list of ‘classic’ FM104 albums listed on this site.


#169

From the ‘Huge hit in Aotearoa but not here’ file…

Karl Dilkington even featured it in one of his ‘Songs of Phrase’ on XFM…

I distinctly remember going to Christchurch in the school holidays and hearing this on 3ZM and Radio Avon… and everywhere in between…


#170

I remember the band Altered Images, but not this particular song.


#171

Don’t Hold Back Your Love / Darryl Braithwaite - playing right now on Easy Radio. Haven’t heard that song for decades! Released in 1990 it was a staple of B105 and QFM. It really takes me back to 1990/91.


#172

I like “All I Do” from Daryl Braithwaite; 2XL/2GN/3GG play it very occasionally. It definitely belongs in this thread, though.


#173

Yeah I bought his best of the other day. Enjoy the odd dose of Daryl.


#174

Go to any uni party and you’ll get a full dose of Daryl. He makes certified club bangers™


#175

Star 104.5 Gosford just played:

Chances Are - Invertigo

Released back in 2000.
There’s been quite a few pop/rock bands from that era that haven’t been played on the “wireless” for a while
Such as:

Vertical Horizon
Nine Days
Lo-tel


#176

Fun fact:
The lead singer of Invertigo was none other than Christian Argenti, who presented Talking Back The Night & The Greatest Years In Music on the SCA Localworks (now Triple M) stations.


#177

no he doesn’t… that show isn’t on anymore.


#178

Thanks for correcting me on this. I was going off from the website of a regional Triple M station that said it’s on air, but I guess they were incorrect & didn’t bother to update or correct it. :confused:


#179

I’ve got Star in the car at the moment; I think it’s quite a good upbeat mix of AC for driving. They played this 90s classic yesterday:

Movin’ Up- DREAMWORLD


#180

Very much an ‘Australian’ hit.