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I used to think the songs I heard on the radio were being sung live in the radio station studio. I remember being very embarassed when my uncle explained to me Tina Turner could be on two radio stations because they were both playing her records
I also remember thinking Pia Zadora was named P. Isadora. Of course it wouldn't matter, since no one cares about P. Isadora, or whatever her name is.
I believed singers sang into a a microphone at the radio station and all of the songs were live.
I used to think that when the DJs on the radio played songs it was the artist singing live. I could never figure out how they got people in and out of the "singing chair" and how they got their bands set up so quickly. It's was years later that I finally found out that it's all pre recorded on a tape or cd.
When I was young, I had seen a "Flintstones" episode that involved a musical group playing at a radio station for the broadcast. I thought all music on the radio was played live by musicians at the station.
I thought that the music on the radio was being played live at the radio station and bands were constantly stopping by to play their music.
I used to believe that the songs on the radio were live and the bands were at the radio station performing. I thought the bands would play the same songs again every hour.
i used to believe that when songs came on the radio that the bands were actually in the station performing live instead of a cassette playing or a cd.
I use to believe that the songs on the radio were really being sung at the radio station. I could never understand how two stations could play the same artist so close together.
I used to believe that songs were performed live on the radio. When I was 8, I realized that they were recorded on tapes and CDs
When i was little i be;ived that all musicians played live at the radio station. I saw a small radio station and asked my mom how they aall fir in such a small building. She explained that they were recorded
When listening to the radio as a kid, I used to believe that the singers I heard actually came to the studio to sing their song,then leave, and the next one came in to sing; etc.!!
I used to believe that the radio stations had little rooms and the bands had to go play their songs in them in order for the radio to be able to broadcast them. So if the band didn't play, there was no song on the radio.
I'm pretty sure everyone has thought this at least one time in their lives, but I used to believe the artists were actually playing (live) on the radio, not the CD.
When I was little I used to believe that singers of all the songs I heard on the radio were singing "live". Finally, I asked my mom how all of those people fit into the radio station all day long and what their methods might be as to "who goes first".
when i was tiny, i used to think that every time a song was played on the radio, the band, or singer, was in the studio, and i was amazed that our stupid hometown radio station knew so many people
i used to speculate the radio must have little bands living inside it playing music
I used to think the music played on the radio was actually played live and I always wondered if the musicians got tired.
I could never understand why anyone would want to be a singer or musician because they had to live at radio stations and sing their songs whenever the DJ wanted to air them....
I used to believe that the songs on the radio were made by people actually singing live at the radio station
When I was young I used to believe that the singers on the radio would wait in line to sing. So when someone requested a song i thought it was unfair to all the other singers.