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Decades Of Rock (Music)

http://krvm.org/disc-jockey/mark-sub-dude-sullivan/

2 hours of 60's, 70's & 80's rock music with a Featured Artist in the second hour

Fri Aug 18th 2017 11.00pm–1.00am

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.

Time zone: pacific

12:51am

Black Sabbath “Heaven and Hell” (Rhino/Warner Bros. 1980)

12:48am

Blue Öyster Cult “take Me Away”
from The Revolution By Night (Columbia/Legacy 1983)

12:41am

AC/DC “Go Down”
from Let There Be Rock (Epic 1977)

12:38am

Molly Hatchet “Long Time”
from Flirtin' With Disaster (Epic/Legacy 1979)

12:33am

Bad Company “Gone, Gone, Gone”
from Desolation Angels (Swan Song 1979)

12:28am

Whitesnake “Walking in the Shadow of the Blues”
from Lovehunter (Geffen 1979)

12:23am

Thin Lizzy “Warriors”
from Jailbreak (Capitol 1976)

12:19am

Rush “Limelight”
from Moving Pictures (Mercury 1981)

12:14am

Scorpions “Im Leaving You”
from Love at First Sting (Mercury 1984)

12:14am

Scorpions “Im Leaving You”
from Love at First Sting (Mercury 1984)

12:08am

Scorpions “Loving You Sunday Morning”
from Lovedrive (Mercury 1979)

12:01am

Scorpions “The Zoo”
from Animal Magnetism (Mercury 1980)

11:53pm

UFO “Love to Love”
from Lights Out (Chrysalis Records 1977)

11:32pm

DIO “Stand Up and Shout”
from Holy Diver (Rhino/Warner Bros. 1983)

11:26pm

Iron Maiden “Die with Your Boots On”
from piece of Mind (Parlophone UK 1983)

11:21pm

Queensrÿche “Queen of the Reich”
from Queensrÿche (EMI/EMI Records (USA) 1983)

11:21pm

Queensrÿche “Queen of the Reich”
from Queensrÿche (EMI/EMI Records (USA) 1983)

11:17pm

Ratt “In Your Direction”
from Out of the Cellar (Atlantic Records 1984)

11:12pm

Mötley Crüe “Dr. Feelgood” (Eleven Seven Music 1989)

11:08pm

Tesla “Gettin' Better”
from Mechanical Resonance (Geffen 1986)

11:01pm

Riot “Swords and Tequila”
from Fire Down Under (Rhino/Elektra 1981)


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.