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Performer: Numbers Radio
Title: Numbers Radio
Released: 2008
Style: Indie Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.2 ✦
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Tracklist

1 Hiding Away
2 Local Runaway
3 Come On
4 Decide
5 I Am

Companies, etc.

  • Engineered At – Black Box Recording
  • Overdubbed At – Kersley Road Studio
  • Edited At – Kersley Road Studio
  • Mixed At – Black Box Recording

Credits

  • Bass, Vocals – Robbie Carlyon
  • Design – Celeste Ramos
  • Drums – Mark Henman
  • Guitar, Vocals – David Orr
  • Mastered By – William Bowden
  • Photography By – Mindi Cook
  • Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Jeff Lovejoy

Most identified stations use speech synthesis to vocalize numbers, although digital modes such as phase-shift keying and frequency-shift keying, as well as Morse code transmissions, are not uncommon.

Numbers Radio Final Day, released 05 November 2010 1. Payback 2. Counting the Lows 3. Impossible Ego 4. Final Day 5. The Matter of When 6. Modern Day 7. Josephine It has been a short 2 years since Numbers Radio burst on to the scene winning Triple J Unearthed with their relentless high-energy rock gem Come On. Since then the band released their 14 track debut album Acquiring Satellites, with singles Come On, Automatic and Boring all scoring high-rotation across triple j. Now only 12 months on from their debut album release, Numbers Radio are back, and leading charge with Final Da. released November 5, 2010.

Listen to music from Numbers Radio like Boring. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Numbers Radio. Typically, punk rock isn't exactly renowned for its maturity, but Numbers Radio are about as far from typical as you can get. While their songs may possess the kind of energy the punk rock genre is reliant on – and pack it in spades – these guys approach their brand of aggressive music in an altogether different manner. Track back to the mid-noughties and you’d have seen the three members of Numbers Radio flexing very different musical muscles.

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While numbers stations can be heard any time on any frequencies, most seem to be heard in North America during the evening and night hours on frequencies from 3 to 12 MHz. Most numbers stations heard in North America transmit in Spanish. Almost all will use a woman's voice, although on rare occasions a man's voice might be used