Good Times Radio

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Good Times Radio is a North American pirate radio station that operates both on shortwave and just above the mediumwave broadcast band. It is known for playing the same playlist, mostly of songs by Chicago, for every broadcast. Rarely the station adds a few other songs in addition to its usual playlist. Songs are not always played in the same order. Broadcasts near the mediumwave band are all in AM mode while broadcasts in the 43 meter pirate band can be in USB or AM. The station op has given shoutouts to posters on the HFU during broadcasts. The station has never provided an email address or any other way to obtain a QSL. The station initially used the name "Radio New York 1710" and was first heard using this name in October 2019. From January 2019 to February 2020 it used the name "Tater Patch Radio" and only operated on 1630, 1710, and 1720 kHz in AM mode. It was first logged using the name "Good Times Radio" in October 2020 and continues to be active as of July 2022.

Below is a list of songs in the playlist of Good Times Radio

  • 25 or 6 to 4 by Chicago
  • Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is? by Chicago
  • Colour My World by Chicago
  • Just You 'n' Me by Chicago
  • Saturday in the Park by Chicago
  • Feelin' Stronger Everyday by Chicago
  • Make me Smile by Chicago
  • Wishing You Were Here by Chicago
  • Call On Me by Chicago
  • Searchin' So Long (I've Been) by Chicago
  • Eye of the Tiger by Survivor
  • Danger Zone by Kenny Loggins
  • Hooked on a Feeling by Blue Swede
  • Happy by Pharrell Williams

Below are songs that have been played but are not on the usual playlist

  • Home by Daughtry
  • My Sharona by The Knack

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