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Flashback 11.21.14

To relieve that end-of-semester and winter weather stress that you may be havin’….Chelbucket took us to another dimension on this installment of Flashback.  She played two hours of floaty, weird, spacey oldies!

Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In – The 5th Dimension

Stars – Hum

Drops of Jupiter – Train

The Great Gig In The Sky – Pink Floyd

Little Fluffy Clouds – The Orb

Who’s There – Smash Mouth

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Flashback 11.14.14

Last week while Chelbucket was out of town, your guest host Bryant brought you alternative, punk oldies!  Check out the rockin’ set right here:

Hold My Life – The Replacements

Turn You Inside Out – R.E.M.

Give Me the Cure – Fugazi

Bone Machine – Pixies

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The Vibe 11/08

So the Michigan State Spartans are going to take on the Ohio State Buckeyes? That’s cool. Know what goes great with Spartan Football? The best hip-hop and r&b around from MSU Student Radio. Tonight CJax goes Spenny-less and takes over the Impact airwaves solo for four hours from 8pm-midnight. Tune in to hear great songs from Big Sean, Schoolboy Q, Pusha T and more.

Feel free to call in to 517-884-8989 or tweet out a request using #VibinDirty to place a request. And as always, follow along with the playlist below! Read More…

11.7.14

Chelbucket usually features the best of the oldies but tonight she played some crappy classics….and brought you the worst of the oldies.  These songs are often overplayed, annoying, and just rub your Flashback host the wrong way – you can check out the entire set right here for music from Nickelback, Prince, and Barenaked Ladies.

With Arms Wide Open – Creed

Crash Into Me – Dave Matthews Band

Take A Chance On Me – ABBA

Karma Chameleon – Culture Club

Always Something There To Remind Me – Naked Eyes

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Flashback 10.31.14

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!!  Flashback helped you celebrate this holiday in style by playing two full hours of spooky oldies.

Hell’s Bells – AC/DC
Somebody’s Watching Me – Rockwell
Black Magic Woman – Santana
Dracula’s Wedding – Outkast
Little Devil – Neil Sedaka
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East Lansing Film Festival Promises Thrills, Big Stars, and Comedy

By Audrey Matusz

The 17th annual East Lansing Film Festival is on a roll this weekend bringing independent films, documentaries, shorts, and student films from around the world to the local area.

The festival started last night and runs till Thursday, Nov. 6. Films are screened at Wells Hall and Studio C theatre in Okemos and vary from psychological thrillers to uplifting documentaries. Read More…

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