Eighties ExcessBrandon Edwards

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About the Station

Listen to the greatest or not so great 80's hits. This was the decade that started it all. Hip Hop, hair metal, new wave, and horn synthesizers.

About Brandon Edwards

I am a DJ who started working in radio in 1996. I've since had jobs that, for lack of a better term, were less to be desired. I'm also in a perpetual douchebag colonization, and the only way to release my tension and gain back my sanity is broadcast on the station, which I'm very proud of. My co-host, Arnold Noogie works at the pizza shop by day and comes to the station at night. Here is his story in his own words: Hey, how's it going? I'm Arnold. Yeah, working with Brandon has been a real pain in the orbit. I mean, I'm a simple man. I like comic books, science fiction, and cool clothes. He thinks he's going to get a woman someday. We have an ongoing bet that I'll get married before he will. The only difference is my mate will be a spaceship captain of the galactic empire of Shauyaud. I hope to someday meet and travel space with Alf. I also have curly hair and an afro and hang out downtown. I'm forming a band in which I will play the electric mandolin. I also want to disclose that I am a virgin and will always be, probably, unless I mate with the female leader of the galactic empire of Shauyard. Until then, I wander fruitlessly this Earth and this town, and get razzed by Brandon and his cronies at the station.

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Broadcaster Comments
Eighties Excess debuted on Live 365 in June of 2009. Along with many other great stations, Eighties Excess focuses on an eclectic variety of music from the eighties. As this station approaches its first anniversary, we'd like to thank all the people who gave us a listen. It's because of you, the listeners, that our station gets heard around the world. Whether it's one lone listener over the day, or many in one hour, we thank you. In the words of the band from down under, "For Those About To Rock, We Salute You". You keep listening, we'll keep adding more tracks, and hey, that idiot dj you hear every now and then, well, he begged us to get on the air. We realize he is completely worthless but he was all we had. So listen to our station. It's douchebag-free and it features the best of what the decade has to offer.

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