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Edan - Radio Show #1



Edan Radio Show
Edan - Radio Show #1

"Sup y'all... I've started up my own radio show. In the age of technology we can do these things now. I've recorded the first installment. It was more like a loose test run to see how sh*t felt and I was cool with it, so I decided to put it out there." (Edan)

Edan Radio Show
Edan - Radio Show #1
(Download) 2009-03-29

From Edan's MySpace page :

Sup y'all... I've started up my own radio show. In the age of technology we can do these things now. I've recorded the first installment. It was more like a loose test run to see how sh*t felt and I was cool with it, so I decided to put it out there.

For now, I'll be doing the show when I feel like it. Once my website gets re-vamped (should be around august/september), I'll be doing a new show every week and posting it exclusively on the site. Hopefully, the show will improve as time goes on... With drops, guest hosts... The whole nine.

So check out this first installment... Two hours of hi-brow//lo-fi entertainment!

Here's the link!!!
sendspace.com or archive.org

Get back to me and let me know if y'all liked it or whatever...

As always, thanks for reading//listening.

-Edan

More Links :
parisdjs.com
myspace.com/eeddaann
humblemagnificent.com
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