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Subject: An 80s link worth sharing with friends who love New Wave & WLIR/WDRE

Written By: Mike on 12/11/04 at 1:28 pm

Hey Folks!

Wanted to submit a link to everyone liking 80s New Wave. Hopefully after viewing the site, you will be understand it's intended audience and find a home for it among your links...

"The 92-7 Archive" (http://www.92-7.com) is an independantly run website providing album reviews, news updates, artist links, and topical information for fans by fans of the music which was played in the late 70s, 80s, and 90s at FM radio frequency 92.7 in the New York Metro Area.... If you have any questions and comments, please direct them to me at the email below.

Check it out!!!

The 92.7 Archive
Web Portal for New York's New Wave Generation!
http://www.92-7.com
http://search.92-7.com
http://forums.92-7.com


Subject: Re: An 80s link worth sharing with friends who love New Wave & WLIR/WDRE

Written By: Chris on 12/11/04 at 1:52 pm

Ah good old WDRE/WLIR.  What a great radio station.  While it was a shadow of its former self in recent years, it was still pretty solid.  I must say it was a damn shame when they killed it off and coverted to an all-spanish format.  Island 94.3 is a pretty decent replacement, but they have a short playlist and nowhere near the variety and quality that DRE/LIR once had.  :(

Subject: Re: An 80s link worth sharing with friends who love New Wave & WLIR/WDRE

Written By: Howard on 12/11/04 at 7:13 pm

Thanks Mike.I believe 92.7 now is a heavy metal and hard rock station in New York City.


Howard

Subject: Re: An 80s link worth sharing with friends who love New Wave & WLIR/WDRE

Written By: Chris on 12/11/04 at 8:34 pm

No, you're thinking of 92.3 K-Rock which is now a rock station.  92.7 is now a spanish-only station.  I must say, New York radio is horrible  >:(

Any of you New Yorkers remember when Q104.3 was heavy metal?  Now THAT was a hell of a radio station.

Subject: Re: An 80s link worth sharing with friends who love New Wave & WLIR/WDRE

Written By: Howard on 12/11/04 at 8:44 pm


No, you're thinking of 92.3 K-Rock which is now a rock station.  92.7 is now a spanish-only station.  I must say, New York radio is horrible  >:(

Any of you New Yorkers remember when Q104.3 was heavy metal?  Now THAT was a hell of a radio station.


Yeah.I remember that. :)



Howard

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