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Saturday, March 15, 2014

Expanded Throwback Weekend

‎03/‎08/‎2014 08:06:46 AM

When old school library just expanded their franchise, just like Magic 89.9 did. Yes, the thing we know as "Saturday Slam" is now slamming to even greater heights, if we're taking about the timeline of hits here.

I've always been a fan of the contemporary music, specifically the late 70s to early 2000s (which sparked my interest on tuning in to another station with the similar programming during Wednesdays).

I've been a fan of the radio station's Saturday programming. And they're not just about the 90s musical stuff, but also went beyond it. I mean their playlist now covers the early part of the very first Y2k decade.
Ain't a bad thing, considering they are now holding an edge over their old school counterpart that way, in terms of putting up a music playlist.

That actually changed my scheduled habit on radio listening, since I used to listen on the comic duo of MBC's Papa Jack (90.7 Love Radio) and Chico Loco (101.1 Yes FM), the 5AM news cast on Radyo5, and even the 90s counterpart at Mellow 947. All that was changed, though it mean that I had another option to listen to whenever I wanted to (I'm not hating on the previous weekend stuff anyway).

Perhaps, the 2000-2003 era was the time where I haven't even tried giving a shit to CHR radio, since I only started digging in to that type when I first get hooked up with the WTM on 2004.

Either way, nah, it's justa  good old ride. At some point before, I even used an old radio-cassette device similar to Sony's 'Walkman' (correct me if I'm wrong, but the brand that I had with that time was 'Aiwa') while listening at the MRT on a Saturday afternoon just to... you know, travel, have a chill time along the road with some kind of 90s music.

Believe me, folks. That was great. Thanks to the likes of Magic's Saturday Slam.

Author: slickmaster | ©2014 september twenty-eight productions


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