[identity profile] philosopher-rex.livejournal.com
How T-Rex managed to commandeer such a tiny radio station (at least, tiny in proportion to him) was a mystery that would never be solved. But still, commandeer it he did, and he announced:

Reasons to Date a T-Rex! )

Anyone who was expecting any sort of context, explanation or clarification for why he'd decided to do this was going to be sorely disappointed.
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[personal profile] caycep
[The Beatles' "A Hard Day's Night" plays.]

That was for Kira, who's wondering why we don't get more requests for Beatles songs. Good question, Kira.

So. [Weighty pause.]

I got a total of four, count 'em, four requests from two people. And Kira's there was one. I'll go ahead and play through the rest before figuring out exactly how you guys are going to pay for this.

First up, here's "Ordinary Day" by Great Big Sea, a "happy song with the word 'day' in it" from Orihime to Kira.

Orihime would also like to hear "Night and Day" by Bette Midler.

That "Night and Day" shouldn't be confused with the Cole Porter song. A version of which has been requested by Kira, and is dedicated to "the object of his obsession." So here's your request, Kira, as performed by Frank Sinatra.

[Pause.]

Okay, here's what's going to happen. I'm going to play every single version of Cole Porter's "Night and Day" that we have up here. You want to hear something else, call in and let me know.

Music Nerd Central presents: EIGHT versions of "Night and Day". Including one featuring John Barrowman pre-Jack Harkness. )

I think that's all the versions we've got up here, at least the ones I've found so far. Aren't you glad? Call in if you want to hear something else. Otherwise it'll be every version I can find of "Memory" from Cats or some crap like that.

*((And because there is some warmth in my shrunken little heart, I offer as well this bootlegged video of Barrowman performing the song "De-Lovely", which I'm guessing is from a production of Anything Goes. Chris Chibnall, are you listening? All-singing-all-dancing special episode of Torchwood NOW, please. Also, I really want to know who the girl is performing with Barrowman there. She's great.))
[identity profile] una-harlequin.livejournal.com
Around mid-afternoon a couple of days after the Truth or Dare business, there was the characteristic click that indicated that someone had gotten up to the radio booth and was about to play some music.

"Good afternoon, everyone."

And without any further commentary or any of the usual between-song banter, the following set of songs played:
Setlist and lyric links )
((Yup, it's time for a Friday music spam. Feel free to call in or drop by the booth. Una's keeping the god-mike switched off, so any conversations with callers won't be played over the PA.))
[identity profile] anthony-crowley.livejournal.com
A couple of days after the Truth or Dare game, someone snuck into the radio booth and put on a special song just for Katou...
[identity profile] katoustheshit.livejournal.com
[It's the middle of the night, when, over the loudspeakers, quite loudly, blasts the Numa Numa song. The entire show is needlessly loud]


Hey guys! Good evening. This is the great DJ Katou, once again blessing you guys with the sound of his own voice.

Listen, I'd like to issue a formal apology for apparently pissing people off with my last radio show. You know, if you're like say, Aphrodite or Virgil, they you just like shitty music, and in Aphrodite's case, I mean really, really shitty music, and it was wrong of me to discriminate against some of you like that.

So, I'd like to offer my formal apologies with the following show.

The Radio Show )

And that's the end of that show. I really hope that I've made amends to all of you who've I've pissed off with the last show, as that was completely my intention.

Any and all complaints can, and should, be forwarded to Kyouya Ootori.


[My Humps by Black Eyed Peas comes over the loud speaker. It will be on repeat, and the door to the radio room will be locked. Katou will be hanging around afterward for any calls, and any calls he gets, My Humps will be played in the background during.]
[identity profile] superherogifted.livejournal.com
[Sound of static]

Sorry! Uh, hang on, let me...

[music begins to play, then louder static, sound comes in and out]

Juuuust a--

[crackling noise, and then the sound becomes perfectly clear]

[Static's Theme Song plays]

Shut up, Lil Romeo is Awesome )

Radio Show!

May. 2nd, 2008 07:32 am
[identity profile] superherogifted.livejournal.com
Hey, everyone!

I'll be doing a radio show in a couple days and it is sure to be awesome, so send in some requests! Unlike certain past radio shows, I'll totally play what you want to hear. Uh, nobody request Britney, though. Unless you really like Britney?

Actually, how about this. Send in dedications to friends or just tell me what your favorite song is, and I'll play it. Unless you guys just want to request fake songs for other people like usual, that's cool too.

See ya in a few!

Virgil


((OOC deadline is 11:59 PM May 3 Pacific. Radio show should be up sometime Sunday afternoon. Comments screened like always.))
[identity profile] skined-shaun.livejournal.com
The notice is actually a half badly drawn poster, with lots of colourful writing and a picture of what seem to be punks on a pirate ship, but it's rather difficult to tell, as they're just stick men. Shaun was never a great artist, but he tried. There's the typical bright blue sea and island with a single palm tree, followed by a message carefully written out in red felt tip pen.

The Capt'n and Shaun present!

Anarchy in Disneyland! God Save the Pirate King and so on...

We're doing a pirate punk themed radio show, to educate you all in the ways of punk rock, ska and swashbuckling genius.

So, we want your requests! Stick to the theme guys, because I'm not playing any rubbish. That ain't on.

If there isn't a spontaneous skanking in Main Street by the time we've finished, I'll sulk.

Shaun and Captain Barbossa.


((Deadline for requests is 5am GMT or midnight EST Thursday the 17th of April. Comments screened as usual, yadayada, you know the drill. Show will be posted on the Friday.))
[identity profile] katoustheshit.livejournal.com
[Over the radio plays E Nomine's Mitternacht.]

Hey everyone, Katou here. And like I said, if you requested shitty music - and hoo boy, did some of you request really shitty music - I won't be playing it. You see, my radio's got standards.

So, let's get this party started )
[identity profile] katoustheshit.livejournal.com
Katou lived in the Theatre, with Kira, Setsuna, Sara, and the cat.

Katou had kind of always wanted to be a radio DJ. He loved music, and, if when he had been alive he hadn't been totally against working, he might have applied for a job at a radio station and worked his way up to DJ.

Katou had yet to do a single radio show. What the hell was up with that.

So, he found himself going up to the radio room one day, figuring out easily enough how to turn everything on, and made an announcment.

"Hey assholes," he said. "Katou here, your DJ for the next show. Fuck your guyses little notes that you tack on to that board, you guys are going to listen to me right now. Mail your requests in to me - address them to Katou - and in like, fuck, I don't know, three days time, I'll play them.

"Assuming they don't suck, which they probably will. Seriously guys, I'm not going to play shitty ass music, so you'd better send in some damn good requests."

Then, he cued up The Radio Song by Superbus.

Oh yeah, Katou had a fucking sexy radio voice.

((You guys know the drill. Comments are screened, sample post copied directly from Una is in the comments, send in your requests. Will post on Monday or Tuesday or Wednesday or something, and will accept requests until the post goes up.))
[identity profile] una-harlequin.livejournal.com
[Without prelude, Ella Fitzgerald's version of "Begin the Beguine" plays.]

Good afternoon, everyone. This is Una Persson with [pause] a rather scant handful of song requests, so I'll be filling up the show with ... well, whatever strikes my fancy, I expect. As always, if there is something that you want to hear, call me at the station, and I'll do my best.

Stumblin' into the heart of Saturday night )
[identity profile] una-harlequin.livejournal.com
Hello everyone.

Una Persson here. I'll be hosting a radio request show in a couple of days, so if there's anything that you want to hear, send me a letter. No request too strange, especially since we always seem to have what anyone ever wants to listen to.

—Una


((OOC deadline for requests is 11:59 PM CDT on Tuesday, April 1. The show will be posted on Wednesday, April 2. Most of you know the drill, but in case not, see the sample comment for a how-to. All comments—except the sample, of course—are screened, so go nuts.))
[identity profile] anthony-crowley.livejournal.com
*there's no noise of anyone testing the equipment; silence simply ends with the sound of a cultured voice*

Hey, Crowley here to play some songs while our resident DJ is in bed recovering from a minor... accident. Rather than try to emulate, I'm going to do my own kind of show. Seeing as how I've got an excellent martini in hand, I'm thinking retro cocktail hour...

So, let's start off with a song that's a little too appropriate to our circumstances here )
[identity profile] una-harlequin.livejournal.com
[Sound of someone tapping on the microphone. A slight cough. Then Diana Krall's version of "I've Got You Under My Skin" plays.]

I believe in doing what I can )

Be Ours.

Feb. 14th, 2008 12:07 am
[identity profile] mickey-cops.livejournal.com
The music, mercifully, didn't start until an hour after dawn, and it was at around elevator music-volume and fairly ignorable until you started noticing what a bizarre jumble of songs from throughout recording history it was. As a matter of fact, it rather sounded as though forces with very little taste of their own had just cued up a random mix of anything labeled "love song," however appropriate or inappropriate, and had done with it. And then locked the door of the radio room behind them.

The decorations, however, had gone up at midnight, and if you'd been awake you might have seen them go up - strings of white and red heart-shaped lights unrolling and flinging themselves from place to place, great bunches of foil heart balloons tied here and there, vases of long-stemmed roses gently set down everywhere.

The shops were filled with formal wear; the restaurants, empty and attended alike, were lit with candles. All the water rides in the park gained little banners above their entrances reading "Tunnel of Love," and the characters within seemed to be doing a lot more offering of flowers and chocolates to each other than usual. (It was hard to say whether this was more disturbing from the pirates or from B'rer Rabbit and B'rer Fox.)

And every person in the park, whenever they woke up, found by their pillow a little pile of valentines, personalized just for them to send out, and a helpful list of all the people they might want to ask to be theirs. In other words, everyone. Oh, and a box of candy hearts, also personalized with adorable mottos.

Welcome to the most romantic place on Earth. Or...somewhere.

((Mushy songs to be posted here, OOCly and to your heart's content. Also feel free to comment here about your character's valentines and their reaction thereunto, or if you wish, to start a new post for those purposes. The lock's just a mundane deadbolt, so if your character gets fed up and decides to break it/pick it/use a spell on it they should be able to get in and take over.

Happy Valentine's Day!))
[identity profile] scary-vampkitty.livejournal.com
There's some clicking, an annoyed sigh, and classical music playing.

ISHTAR: This is so boring! This is just like what they play back home, sort of. I liked the stuff Cayce was playing the other day. So teach me how to work this thing already, Duzzie.

Oh! What does this do? Maybe it'll shut the music up.

Music gets unbearably loud, instead.

So a vampire and a princess walk into a radio booth... )
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[personal profile] caycep
[Evening, a little after sundown. "Redwing" by Hem comes up on the speakers.]

Hi everyone. Cayce Pollard here for a spur-of-the-moment radio show. I'll be cueing up a few songs, and if you want to hear something, call me up and let me know.

I left my heart in San Francisco / It's at some motherfcking disco )
[identity profile] kuchiki.livejournal.com
["Hey Mickey" comes on over the radio speakers -- first blaringly loud, then almost too soft to hear, then finally, it settles on a nice, normal volume right before it ends and a girl's voice starts speaking.]

Hello, everyone~! This is Rukia, and -- [obnoxious screeching sound] -- sorry, I'm still getting the hang of this. Anyway, a number of you sent in requests and dedications, so thank you to everyone who did that.

Read more... )

((Oof! This was supposed to be up yesterday! x_x Sorry it's late, guys.))
[identity profile] kuchiki.livejournal.com
The First-Ever Rukia Kuchiki Radio Show is now accepting dedications and requests!

Now that Cayce's taught me how to use the radio equipment, I thought I should be putting the knowledge to good use. Over the next few days, requests can be left at this board or mailed to me (addressing them to 'Rukia,' 'Kuchiki Rukia,' 'Rukia Kuchiki' or 'The girl doing the radio show.' should all work. Any letters addressed to 'The short girl' will be completely disregarded).


((The deadline for requests is 8 PM Saturday, January 26th, and the radio show goes up on Sunday. Comments are screened for anonymity. Newbies, see the example comment for an idea of how to make a request.))

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