Songs About The Radio

Songs About The Radio

Have you heard these Songs About The Radio? We bet you'll find some new tunes. We listed 19 of our favorites.

Shake the Frost (Live) by Tyler Childers

From the album, Live on Red Barn Radio I & II, released on June 29, 2018

"Shake the Frost" is a song by American singer-songwriter Tyler Childers. The song was released as a single on March 3, 2020, through Childers' own label, Hickman Holler Records. The song was written by Childers and produced by Sturgill Simpson.

Guerrilla Radio by Rage Against The Machine

From the album, The Battle Of Los Angeles, released on November 2, 1999

"Guerrilla Radio" is a song by American rock band Rage Against the Machine from their third studio album, The Battle of Los Angeles. The track was released as the album's lead single on October 19th, 1999. The song's lyrical themes focus on the struggles of minorities against an oppressive society, including revolutionary themes. Musically, it is a hip hop-influenced hard rock song, featuring distorted guitars and a funk rhythm section. Production of the song was handled by Brendan O'Brien and Rage Against the Machine. The song features additional instrumentation by Rage Against the Machine's Brad Wilk and Tim Commerford, as well as turntablist DJ Shadow.

Everybody (Backstreet's Back) - Radio Edit by Backstreet Boys

From the album, This Is The End: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, released on June 10, 2013

"Everybody (Backstreet's Back)" is a song recorded by the Backstreet Boys, released as the lead single from their 1997 album Backstreet's Back. It was written by Max Martin and Denniz Pop, with additional writing from the group members. It was produced by Denniz Pop and Max Martin in Sweden. The song is a dance-pop track which lyrically revolves around the group's return to the music scene. The song incorporates elements of R&B, hip hop and dance music. It features rap verses from Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson, while the chorus is sung by the entire group. The song was met with commercial success, reaching the top 10 in over 15 countries, including the United States and United Kingdom. It also received positive reviews from contemporary music critics, who commended its production and commercial appeal. The accompanying music video, directed by Marcus Nispel, features the group performing choreography in a small-town American setting. The video was met with positive reviews, some of which praised its originality. The song has been included on the group's greatest hits albums and has been performed on several of their concert tours. It has also been covered by several other artists.

Absolutely (Story of a Girl) - Radio Mix by Nine Days

From the album, The Madding Crowd, released on May 16, 2000

"Absolutely (Story of a Girl)" by Nine Days is a mid-tempo alternative rock song, released in 2000. It was featured on the band's album The Madding Crowd and reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song is about a girl who is struggling to find her place in the world and to be accepted by others. The lyrics describe how difficult it is for her to find someone to love her for who she is. The production of the song features a simple guitar riff, a strong bass line, and a steady beat. This gives the song a driving, energetic feel. The chorus is catchy and catchy, and the vocal performance is powerful and emotive. The single was produced by Rick Rubin and mixed by Chris Lord-Alge. It was mastered by Howie Weinberg.

Teardrops On My Guitar - Radio Single Remix by Taylor Swift

From the album, Taylor Swift, released on October 24, 2006

"Teardrops On My Guitar" - Radio Single Remix is a remix of Taylor Swift's original song of the same name. The remix was produced by Nathan Chapman and was released as a single from Swift's self-titled debut album. The song is about a young woman's unrequited love for her classmate, whom she has a crush on. The song features a mix of acoustic and electric guitars and is backed by a beat with prominent drums and a synthesized keyboard. The lyrics are about unrequited love, with the chorus repeating the line, "Drew looks at me, I fake a smile so he won't see, that I want and I'm needing, everything that we should be." The song is a melancholic pop ballad and was a commercial success, peaking at number 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 and being certified Platinum by the RIAA.

A.M. RADIO by The Lumineers

From the album, BRIGHTSIDE, released on January 14, 2022

The Spirit Of Radio by Rush

From the album, Permanent Waves, released on January 1, 1980

Video Killed The Radio Star by The Buggles

From the album, The Age Of Plastic, released on January 10, 1980

There, There by Radiohead

From the album, Hail To the Thief, released on June 9, 2003

On The Radio by Donna Summer

From the album, On The Radio: Greatest Hits Volumes I & II, released on October 15, 1979

Nothing On But The Radio by Gary Allan

From the album, See If I Care, released on January 1, 2003

Turn Up The Radio by Autograph

From the album, Turn Up The Radio, released on January 1, 2007

Love Songs on the Radio by Mojave 3

From the album, Ask Me Tomorrow, released on October 16, 1995

Housewife Radio by Ghost and Pals

From the album, Thanks to You Song, released on April 7, 2018

The radio (Get Far & Paolo Sandrini edit) by Get Far

From the album, The radio, released on May 12, 2009

Do You Miss Me by Jocelyn Enriquez

From the album, Jocelyn, released on May 13, 1997

Strange Things Will Happen by The Radio Dept.

From the album, Lesser Matters, released on March 4, 2003

Whatever Gets You Through Today by The Radio

From the album, Kindness, released on January 1, 2004

The Radio by Jeanine Tesori

From the album, Caroline, or Change (The New Broadway Cast Recording), released on December 17, 2021


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