Static - Turn The Radio On mp3 flac
Portable Radio Lyrics. Radio) (Radio) (Turn up the power all night). Now, take your pick of the modulation Like a kid in a candy store Now, it's a hand-carry situation It's made for lying on the beach Or dancin' in the streets. You got your pertinent information Or you can tune in to hear the scores Now, there's a power in a million stations You can't ignore
Turn Your Radio On was Ray Stevens' eighth studio album and his third for Barnaby Records, released in 1972. Unlike Stevens' previous album releases, this album shows Stevens' spiritual side and was his first album of gospel. The fourth track, "Let Your Love Be a Light unto the People", was written by Stevens' brother, John Ragsdale. The sixth track, "Have a Little Talk With Myself," was taken from Stevens' album of the same name.
Turn Your Radio On was Ray Stevens' eighth studio album and his third for Barnaby Records, released in 1972. The composing of the fourth track, "Let Your Love Be a Light unto the People" was written by Stevens' brother, John Ragsdale. The sixth track, "Have a Little Talk With Myself," was taken from Stevens' album of the same name
Car audio static can originate from both internal and external sources, so curing the problem can take a little bit of investigative work. To do this, you’ll want to start by turning on your head unit and setting it up so that you can hear the offending noise. In cases where the noise is only present when your engine is on, and it changes in pitch along with the RPM of the engine, then the problem probably has to do with your alternator
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I could easily write by avoiding verdicts and judgements But then I wouldn't be the one hanging myself over one wish. What's that song on the radio It's been so long since I've heard a song that I want to know Tune me in just this once Tune me in just this once Cause there's too much.
|A||Turn The Radio On||3:40|
- Written-By – R. Bowkett*
|CAR 186||The Statics||Turn The Radio On (7", Single)||Carrere||CAR 186||UK||1981|
|102 884||The Statics||Turn The Radio On (7")||Arabella||102 884||France||1981|
|102.884||The Statics||Turn The Radio On / Last Night In Chinatown (7")||Ariola||102.884||Netherlands||1981|