Mission 120. Turn Up Your Radio.
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Written by The Mission 120, who was a Boston band in the late 90s - early 2000s. Appears on their Fork in Hand records EP "Turn Up Your Radio". So once again you left town and I didn't get the chance to tell ya just how much that I like havin' you around. Half the problem is you're so busy and it always makes me feel shitty uh huh that you never can be found.
Their new CD "Turn up the radio" features six fast songs. For all the slashdot troll s, Natalie, perhaps the best song on the album, is an ode to Natalie Portman. Seasons is basically a love/breakup song(?). Fucked up. I don't want to give u. Only go and see them if you're not too attached to eardrum s. I like it!
Performer: The Mission 120. Album Title: Turn Up Your Radio. Label: Fork In Hand Records – FIH009 Type: CD, Mini-Album Country: US Date of released: 1999 Category: Rock Style: Pop Punk, Punk.
Singer: The Mission 120. Album's title: Turn Up Your Radio.
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.
|1||One More Try||3:55|
|4||Just Like I Do||2:31|
|6||Dry My Eyes||5:14|