This is a sample of an apparent pirate radio station with its signal on 106.7 FM in southwest Philadelphia. It identified itself with the call letters WLDW, which were used (legally) by 96.5 FM ten years prior, albeit for only a short period of time, much to the chagrin of then-owner Beasley, as demonstrated in this amusing announcement voiced by-then consultant Jerry Clifton. The programming heard on the aircheck was of the syndicated “Open House Party”. Given the station’s illegal status, it’s unclear how they were able to air this content. It’s unknown whether this operation still exists with an on-air signal. This aircheck was recorded from its online stream, which continues to this day via its website. Thanks for Ryan Bishop for contributing.
“Hit Radio, Power 106.7”. This is a sample of KCHX during its days as a broad-based Rhythmic CHR in the mid-90’s.
This is a sample of New Orleans’ modern rocker of nearly a decade shortly after its debut. Per Wikipedia, the station was knocked off the air by Hurricane Katrina in late August 2005. When it resumed broadcasting in January of the following year, the format had changed.
This is a sample of Southern California’s longtime Modern Rocker — “The World Famous KROQ” — from the mid-2000’s. The aircheck was recorded over the entire duration the “Flashback Lunch”, but it includes some regular programming as well. Many thanks to Jeffery Holland for contributing!