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I used to believe that, when I would listen to the Backstreet Boys on my boombox, they were having their own little private concert for just me.
I used to think that each music group was squeezed into the radio tower with their instruments and sang each song live every time we heard it on the radio.
I always thought that every time you heard a song on the radio, that group was there LIVE singing the song. How they got to all of the stations to sing I didn't know, I always wondered how they did it.
I used to believe that when you listened to the radio that the people singing were actually in the radio station and that they would stop in if they were in the area. I couldn't understand why people made such a big deal about stars bieng in concert because they were always at the radio station.
I used to believe that the music on radio stations was live music. I would always wonder why no one ever messed up. Also i was in the shock of my life when I would hear the same song on 2 different stations and the songs were at different parts.
I used to believe that every time I heard a song on the radio, the actual band was performing at that radio station. And if I heard that same song even a minute later, I thought the band somehow raced across town to play the song again. Don't ask me how I thought they made it to radio stations across the country!
When I was a child, I used to think that any time I heard a song, whether it was a record or on the radio, the artist was singing it live at that very moment wherever he/she was.
I used to believe that every time a song was played on the radio, the band was actually at the radio station playing it. I wondered how they did it, setting up so quickly between songs and sometimes going back to the same radio station 2 or 3 times a day!
I used to believe that bands actually played their songs at the radio station into a microphone so we could hear them play. I thought the commercial breaks were so the bands would have time to switch out for the next band to come in and play the next song.
I used to beleive that the songs on the radio were always performed live - I thought that they must have a lot of energy to sing the song at 11:00 p.m.
I used to think that when I heard songs on the radio, the actual group was in the studio performing at that moment! I always wondered how they had the space for so many different bands!
I used to believe that every band or singer on the radio was right there in the radio station. I figured that they needed commercials to give each band time to run out of the studio and the next band to go in and play their song.
I used to think that when a song was on the radio it was the actual band playing it live,and that there were lots of bands waiting in a studio to perform their particular song. It never occured to me that it was someone playing records!
I used to believe when I was little, that the music I heard on the radio were live bands playing. After every song, another group would play.
i used to believe that radios had little versions of the singers inside them and, for example, michael jackson knew when you wanted to hear him... took me a while to figure out how tapes worked...
I used to believe that when I listened to songs over the radio it was the artist singing their song to that specific radio station through a pay phone. I thought they must have gotten so tired!
I used to think that, songs that were played on the radio, were actually played by real bands in the radio station.
I was imagining that the bands were travelling all day from station to station and they were playing songs.
However I was kind of sceptical when I found out that some songs were played at the same time by two different stations.
I figured out that they also had imitating bands that they were dispatching wherever they couldn't make it.
I used to believe that when my mom would listen to the radio, i thought there were little people in the radio with instruments playing the song.
When I was little my mum used to have the radio on while she was doing stuff around the kitchen and I used to dance away to it while she worked. I understood what pop bands were because I had seen them on Top of the Pops, but I used to think that the bands used to go down to the radio station each time their song was played and do it live in the studio. I thought that it was VERY nice of them to take time out of their busy schedules to do this and thought they had to wait in a queue for their turn to play and get their song on the radio.
Back as a small child when I was finally old enough to identify what a radio was but before I was old enough to understand what records had to do with them, I believed that everyone I heard on the radio was performing live. I had this image in my mind that they were all gathered in a big room someplace and they would all take turns sitting around, waiting to be announced and then step up to a microphone and sing their hit song. Then when they were done, since I might hear the song several times during the day, I imagined they would all go sit down and wait around until they were called to perform again.