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Top 44 Anti-Love Songs

Love is all you need…unless, of course, you’ve recently had your heart broken into a million pieces. Red hosts this countdown of the greatest songs about splitting up and holding a grudge, covering every genre and era…because, after all, heartbreak and revenge are universal. Click here and enjoy, (but not too much). 

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A Flock Of Seagulls: Where Are They Now?

This week at Slacker we’re celebrating all things 80′s & New Wave while our Slacker countdown, the 101 Greatest New Wave Songs cranks in the background. What can we say, we’re New Wave fans! Some folks here would even argue it was the greatest period ever in the storied history of Rock music. The hair, […]

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Grammy’s A – Z!

Slacker serves up a sweeping retrospective of the biggest hits and misses in the history of the Grammy Awards–in alphabetical order! Join your hostess Red, as she recounts Grammy record-breakers from Adele to Kanye to Sinatra, with a barrage of Grammy trivia lining up with each letter of the alphabet. It’s the Grammy A-Z; something […]

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P!NK Top 33!

Pink has become one of the biggest names in music by doing things her way. The uncompromising singer was named the #1 pop musician of the first decade of the 2000s by Billboard magazine. This week she releases her new “Truth About Love Tour” DVD, and in celebration Slacker has put together a station counting […]

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Foo Fighters Top 33!

Who doesn’t love Dave Grohl? The Foo Fighters front man turns 45 this week, and since he’s currently in the studio hard at work on the band’s eighth album, Slacker celebrates with a station counting down your favorite Foo Fighters tracks. That’s right, this countdown uses what we call the Engagement Quotient, or EQ, which […]

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Bruce Springsteen Top 33!

Bruce Springsteen has sold over 60 million albums in his career, making him the 15th highest selling artist of all time. At age 64 he shows no sign of slowing down. His 18th studio album “High Hopes” comes out next week, and in celebration Slacker counts up your song plays, skips, hearts and bans to […]

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