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Rock Music

Amazing songs made by the most famous artist of all time.

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Trance vibes

You won't be able to sit. Recharge your batteries!

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Hip Hop

Not only the music, but the culture. No rules, just base.

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Top songs of all time

Pop

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  1. Thriller - Michael Jackson
  2. Like a prayer - Madonna
  3. Everybody - Backstreet Boys
  4. Billie Jean - Michael Jackson
  5. Dancing queen - Abba
  6. It's gonna be me - NSYNC
  7. My heart will go on - Celine Dion
  8. I will always love you - Whitney Houston
  9. American pie - Don McLean
  10. When doves cry - Prince

Rock

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  1. Bohemian rhapsody - Queen
  2. Smoke on the water - Deep Purple
  3. Kashmir - Led Zeppelin
  4. We will rock you - Queen
  5. One - Metallica
  6. Born to run - Bruce Springsteen
  7. Wish you were here - Pink Floyd
  8. Sweet child of mine - Guns'n'Roses
  9. Back in black - AC/DC
  10. Smells like ten spirits - Nirvana

Trance

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  1. Adagio for strings - Tiësto
  2. Sandstorm - Darude
  3. Till the sky falls down - Dash Berlin
  4. In and out of love - Armin van Buuren
  5. For an angel - Paul van Dyck
  6. Lethal industry - Tiësto
  7. Strong together - Paul van Dyck
  8. Sun & Moon - Above and Beyond
  9. Southern sun - Paul Oakenfold
  10. Insomnia - Faithless

Hip Hop

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  1. I'll be missing you - Puff Daddy & Faith Evans
  2. Love the way you lie - Eminem & Rihanna
  3. Dilemma - Nelly & Kelly Rowland
  4. Gangsta's Paradise - Coolio
  5. It's like that - Run DMC & Jason Nevins
  6. Stan - Eminem
  7. In da club - 50 Cent
  8. Killing me softly - Refugees
  9. I got 5 on it - Luniz
  10. Drop it like it's hot - Snoop Dog & Pharrell

Radio advertising and health supplements

Radio commercials

Do you frequently turn on the radio on your way to work? You certainly noticed that your favorite songs often end up abruptly, just in time to hear a commercial. Whether it’s about a home remodeling designer, a dietary product like ZetaClear, or a fast food chain brand, the radio advertisements sound catchy, intriguing, and appeal you to buy or try something new. What’s the fuss with the radio advertising and health supplements?

Benefits of radio advertising

Although the commercials on air might seem old-school (considering the other media and Facebook fan pages) many companies still promote their services and products on the radio. It allows them to target a specific audience and location. One of the greatest advantages is that a 30 second commercial on the radio is more affordable than a TV advertisement. Plus, it’s easier to produce, and the message will reach immediately to the audience, regardless it addresses to urban men, teenagers, seniors, or suburban mothers.

Do you enjoy listening to a mix of bands from years gone by with some currently popular singers? The experts say you have the preferences of an average 64-year-old listener. But if you only listen to the top artists of the moment, you enjoy the same music as the average 13-year-old radio fans. Based on your favorite music bands and songs, the specialists can guess your age. As a consequence, they will establish what kind of advertisements you are interested in. And if your lifestyle makes you prone for onychomycosis, you will hear on the radio commercials that recommend using ZetaClear Australia.

It is a health supplement that will strengthen your immunity and destroy the fungus. ZetaClear includes an oral homeopathic spray and local solution that eliminate onychomycosis naturally and leave your nails smooth and beautiful. But how reliable are the commercials that you hear when you drive your car?

Should you try the health supplements promoted on the radio?

The nail fungal infection of the nails is very stubborn. Even when you think that you got rid of it, the symptoms can reoccur suddenly. Poor hygiene, advanced age, and weak immune system are often to blame. Plus, if you don’t take proper care of your toenails and fingernails, you can get onychomycosis again. Trauma or even a small injury represents an open door for the fungus. When it attacks the keratin within your nails, the tissues change their color, shape, and texture, signaling that you ought to use ZetaClear.

Because the federal laws say that the commercials must be truthful, not misleading, we know now that the radio advertisements are backed by scientific evidence, according to FTC. So, the promotions launched on the radio – and even on billboards, in the mail, in magazines, on TV – obey the truth-in-advertising laws. Believe the ad when you are not convinced whether you should try or not ZetaClear. Be certain that your nails will become healthy and beautiful again!

Radio advertising about health supplements is the evidence that people still buy a product after discovering it on air. When you’re tired of fighting against onychomycosis, follow the advice listened on the radio, and try ZetaClear Australia. You will enjoy the results fast!

What was the first public radio ever?

The first public radio

Radio is such a familiar presence in our everyday lives that we can hardly imagine that there ever was a time when it was a complete novelty. Of course, today we enjoy the benefits provided by more powerful technologies like the internet, but a hundred years ago radio was big news for most people in the world and even magical for some isolated communities. Let's have a look at the early period of radio technology evolution.

The early days of radio

The first public radio broadcasting took place on 13th of January 1910. American technician and inventor Lee de Forest had been working on improving the abilities of radio technology for many years before going on air for the first time.

At the beginning of the 20th century, radio was available in the US but not in its current wireless form, which meant that you could not receive any messages if you were not wired to the source. Lee de Forest changed this aspect when he invented a 500 watts wireless transmitter and broadcasted a session of the Metropolitan Opera in New York. He also successfully predicted that in the future people would be able to transmit messages, music, and lectures over considerable distances.

The best radio hits of all time

Best radio hits of all time

The value of a song is not measured by the number of current fans but by the number of years that it can maintain its popularity. Some melodies keep their freshness several decades after they have been officially released and they gain precious listeners from many generations in a row.

Some of the best-known songs of all time were first played on the radio over 60 years ago, and they still ring in the year of old listeners and young music fans alike. A recent study made by billboard.com has revealed the best radio hits of all time, according to the number of weeks that they have stayed at the top. The following list contains selected songs and artists representative to the various ages that marked the evolution of music radio stations.

The surprising twist at the top

It is no wonder that the songs which gathered the most listeners are the ones released before TV music channels and internet streaming was invented. But Chubby Checker's "The Twist" amazes everybody with its longevity and remains even today the most listened song on the radio of all times.

Radio explained - the difference between FM and AM

AM vs FM radio

One of the first things that most drivers do when entering their cars is turning on the radio. Many people have their favorite stations, while others constantly look for something new in the ether. This difference in style is common in many countries and just as real as the difference between AM and FM, which most listeners have no idea what it represents. Here are a few facts that will help you understand better the two options on your radio.

What are AM and FM?

To understand what makes AM so different from FM you need to find out what they mean. Both of them are ways of transmitting information through electromagnetic waves. AM stands for amplitude modulation, and it sends messages by changing the signal's amplitude and keeping the frequency constant. On the other hand, FM (frequency modulation) changes the frequency of the signal while maintaining its amplitude constant.

The main contrast between FM and AM

The AM radio was first invented in the United States in the 1870s. It took inventors over 60 years to come up with the FM radio, when Edwin Armstrong perfected it in 1930.