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United States United States. DJ since Feb 13, 2009

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RanchoRadio Got to play this one, tomorrow is the 5th day of May.
RanchoRadio Hawaiian Pups - Baby Judy: Bet you never heard this Dick and Jane inspired song (1983).

Hawaiian Pups - Baby Judy

RanchoRadio Human Switchboard – Who's Landing in My Hangar: From the Syracuse band's 1982 EP.
RanchoRadio Human Sexual Response – Jackie Onassis: Great song by the American new wave band formed in 1978.
RanchoRadio Human League – Money: From their 1986 album, Crash.
RanchoRadio Hoodoo Gurus - Bittersweet: Reached #10 on the Melbourne Record Charts in 1985.

Hoodoo Gurus - Bittersweet (LP Version)

RanchoRadio Holly and the Italians – Tell That Girl to Shut Up: Great song from their debut album Pop Art.
RanchoRadio Heaven 17 – Let Me Go: Band named after a fictional band in the film A Clockwork Orange.
RanchoRadio Murray Head – One Night In Bangkok: The music was composed by former ABBA members Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson, with lyrics written by Tim Ric
RanchoRadio Robert Hazard – Girls Just Want To Have Fun: Here's the song by the guy who wrote it.
RanchoRadio Haysi Fantayzee - John Wayne Is Big Leggy: Everyone knows John Wayne is big leggy (1982).

Haysi Fantayzee - John Wayne Is Big Leggy (Groovy Long Version) (at 33)

RanchoRadio Haircut 100 – Nobody's Fool: Bonus track from the 1982 record Pelican West.
RanchoRadio Nina Hagen – New York New York: Nina pretty much rocks.
RanchoRadio Gleaming Spires - Are You Ready For The Sex Girls: Awesome song that's been featured in many movies, and now on Twitter.
RanchoRadio Gang Of Four – At Home He's A Tourist: From the excellent 1979 album Entertainment.
RanchoRadio Go West - We Close Our Eyes: English pop duo, formed in 1982 by Peter Cox and Richard Drummie.

Go West - We Close Our Eyes

RanchoRadio The Godfathers – Birth, School, Work, Death: A much underappreciated masterpiece.
RanchoRadio The Go Go's – Vacation: Sort of mainstream, but you gotta respect the Ramones influence.
RanchoRadio The Go-Betweens – Lee Remick: She comes from Ireland, she's very beautiful. I come from Brisbane, I'm quite plain (1978).
RanchoRadio Generation X – Dancing With Myself: I bet most people haven't heard of Chelsea guitarist Billy Idol's mid-70's band.
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