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Heard It On The Radio - Volume 4

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01
I Could Be Good for You
Artist: 707
4:45
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Breaking Away
Artist: Balance
3:12
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It's Inevitable
Artist: Charlie
3:54
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My Girl (Gone, Gone, Gone)
Artist: Chilliwack
4:15
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She Looks a Lot Like You
Artist: Clocks
2:31
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Where Did the Time Go
Artist: Fast Forward
3:40
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On a Carousel
Artist: Glass Moon
3:20
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Turn Your Heart Around
Artist: Keats
3:45
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Am I a Dreamer (New Version)
Artist: Kelly Groucutt
3:42
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Don't Ever Wanna Lose Ya
Artist: New England
5:22
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What I See
Artist: Planet P Project
4:40
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Nicole
Artist: Point Blank
3:53
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Relentless
Artist: Red 7
3:49
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Summer Sun
Artist: Shooting Star
3:55
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Fool Moon Fire
Artist: Walter Egan
3:31
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Fire With Fire
Artist: Wild Blue
4:33
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 16   Total Length: 62:47

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Heard It On The Radio - Volume 4

Grizzabella

What a treat to hear New England, Planet P, 707. and Point Blank....brings back memories of these great tracts. And even more of a treat that they are ORIGINAL ARTISTS.

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great obscure radio hits compilation

DocRock

this series is one of the few i have run across here that are original artists' original recordings. Here we get a nice sampling of some of the more obscure radio hits from the late 70's/early 80's. New England and Planet P instantly drew my attention and you haven't heard them you need to check them out. great sci-fi melodic rock from Planet P (led by Tony Carey) and a nice debut hit from arena rock dreamers New England (whose debut was reportedly produced by Paul Stanley). great stuff when you're tired of the current radio mess.