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Song came on, on my ipod that reminded me of when all 92.5fm was dance music. Miss those days, was trying to remember some good songs and drew a blank. Help me out guys. Any good song suggestions welcome.


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Era... eh, my personal fave is late 90's early to mid 2000's but whatevers clever. Always looking for more music I like.

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Holy shit I'm missing my old formula 350 and archer ave right now!!! Nice!




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Song came on, on my ipod that reminded me of when all 92.5fm was dance music. Miss those days, was trying to remember some good songs and drew a blank. Help me out guys. Any good song suggestions welcome.

Ok 92.5 having dance music is not old school, lol


This is old school,



The 87 grand national was the baddest thing on the street, chicks had big flammable hair and irocs were plentiful on archer, oh and we carried pagers and brick phones. Ahhhh the good old days. Oh and no one had a clue what the he'll a blue an white gixxer was. Lmao




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This one always hit super hard in my car back in the day. The bass was friggin ridiculous from this cd. Everything was rattling and vibrating, it was perfect on a warm Saturday night, with the t-tops off, car all waxed, and the girl in the passenger seat






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Oh and another classic for Rollin through the hood.






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The 87 grand national was the baddest thing on the street, chicks had big flammable hair and irocs were plentiful on archer, oh and we carried pagers and brick phones. Ahhhh the good old days. Oh and no one had a clue what the he'll a blue an white gixxer was. Lmao
I don't know what part or year of Archer you drove on but back when I was doing the Archer cruise there were plenty of Blue/White GSXRs out there. And the 87 National might of been quick but me and a few of my friends had cars doing that cruise that would spank the shit out of a national unless it was highly built. We raced almost every weekend back then, the stock yards, over in Cicero by the Warehouses 54th street about a block North of 22nd right across the train tracks and also over at Ogden & Kostner racing west towards Cicero. If you were ever there you might of saw a 1978 Grey Chevy monza that looked like a POS that would kill 99.9% of the cars that raced. Had a built 400 in it and was a total sleeper. There was also Mazda 323 turbo rotary that was on kill that raced just about every weekend. Very fast car.

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