Live365 asks, "Why do I do what I do?" OZ does it for YOU, of course! Plus he just can't seem to let this era go. (I STILL have big hair!) Glam ruled both the pop scene and MTV. Now, it gets nothing but ridicule. (So does my hair!) Well, the OZ-man says, "Long live glam, hair metal and the power ballads! Rock on!" Give me the women, the screaming guitars, and the high falsettos...and the Aqua Net - extra super hold, of course. (That's not just a band-on-tv-thing, we really used it!) Was I ever in the scene you ask? Well, just around the fringes. I had a couple of lead singer positions, but never got to a "live" stage....that's probably a good thing! I did have some plenty of good times running with bands here in Indiana. Seems too long ago. You can take away my 20's, the women, the booze and chemicals, and what still remains today is the driving force of a lifestyle - the music. I really hope that you enjoyed it as much as I did, and still do. Hope you hear one here that makes you say, "Wow, I forgot ALL about THEM!" Cum on feel the noize on OZ's Glam and Hair Metal SuperStation - Broadcating NOW!!! Peace!
Just flat out R-A-U-N-C-H-Y!
Takes me back to a pre-head-banging puberty!
No words necessary!
Remember that one crazy chick? The one who LOVED singing Tesla with you when you were taking her home? The one who your now ex-wife thought was her friend? The one who would make-out with you repeatedly but never go further? Me neither! (Don't tell the ex-!)
Three-man Canadian THUNDER! And the concerts....Whew! (Could have been biased by lab-created substances during that period of my life.)
Rusty Metal Radio (by masmith) was my inspiration. I listened enough to jump into broadcasting myself. No rust here though, M.A.!
Baby's Cyanide Groove? OK honestly, I'm listening for the first time right now. She has the tracks it seems. Myself I'm going for the "popular cuts" but this is great work! What caught my attention was the fact that she is a SHE! Baby's only in her 20's, too! I have to admire the taste she has for her age group. (I thought glam was for us mid-life-crisis males only!) Rock On, Baby!
Three words. Selection. Selection. Selection. OK, so I just started listening, but it says over 4,000 songs. In all honesty, I believe that I was a past listener through one of the .mp3 players. Apparently, they have it together!
GLAM METAL RADIO- again, I am going for the most popular songs from these artists, but syntorx is playing my kind of metal!
OZ's Glam & Hair Metal SuperStation
The station's homepage!
A great, all-female rock band that has rocked Indiana since "back in the day"
WOW! Apparently the people that allow us to broadcast....legally, that is! (I thought that the "Buy" link was going to go to CD Now!) Thanks Amazon!
Provides a most excellent .mp3 editor. Saves in multiple kB/s and kHz combinations. Shareware version is fully functional, but tags will lose some information. A great editing tool still!
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