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At LAST! Finally there's a group for the audibly brainwashed set!

RADIO COMMERCIALS! Here you can listen to, enjoy, and even trade classic radio spots from the late 60s through the early 90s. All sorts of great spots that most other people seem to have forgotten about.

Anything from The Faygo Kid (whichwaydidhego, whichwaydidhego...) to the Joy Of Cola (I'm a Coke drinker myself, but it's still a good jingle) if you got it, SHARE IT, Man. I take requests, too. If I have it, I'll post it. (but PLEASE only post files in MP3 format!)

But as with other groups, spam of any kind (except in the form of a commercial) and all uploads from dating/adult websites with be met with ABSOLUTE ZERO TOLERANCE!!! Anyone caught will be immediately BANNED (and I'm not talking about the roll-on, either!) And yes, this now includes the so-called "Grouply" posts, too. No place for them here.

So, with that out of the way, WE INTERRUPT THIS WEBSITE TO BRING YOU THE FOLLOWING COMMERCIALS! ENJOY!

Mike (professor2789@yahoo.com)
Group Founder

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DISCLAIMER: All files, audio or otherwise, contained in this group are included for reasons of a retrospective nature and are intended soley for private and educational use. This group is not affiliated with any composer, production company, advertising agency or any other associated entity not mentioned here.

[No challenge of any copyright ownership is implied. Dissemination of any file downloaded from this group becomes the sole responsibility of the user.]

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  • 246
  • Radio
  • Feb 25, 2004
  • English

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