We Love Pirate Radio -
5 CD box-
A Revolution in British broadcasting occurred during the mid-
For the first time ever in the UK, these stations put out a daily diet of pop records and disc jockey chat based on American Top 40 radio and aimed at an audience largely ignored by the BBC -
101 Pirate Radio Hits
Radio Caroline started transmissions in 1964 from a ship anchored in international waters off the coast of Essex. Although one of a number of offshore radio stations off the British coast it was the first such station to broadcast all day using the English language. This together with the station's tenacity in surviving for 50 years has established Radio Caroline as a household name for offshore radio.
101 Pirate Radio Hits comprises an era-
The Boat that Rocked -
2 CD set
Bringing together some of Richard Curtis’ favourite songs, many of which have never been cleared for soundtrack usage before, the soundtrack to The Boat That Rocked is truly integral to the movie. It features some of the greatest songs from the 60’s and 70’s, as well as the odd gem from the 80’s (David Bowie’s "Let’s Dance"). A new version of "Stay With Me Baby" performed by Duffy, meanwhile, provides the backdrop to one of the film’s most poignant moments.
There have been many CDs released with relevance to offshore radio -
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