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  1. E-A-Ski & CMT 1 Step Ahead of Yall is the debut album by rapper, EA-Ski. It was originally released in for In a Minute Records, but was later re-released on February 16, , through No Limit Records.
  2. Aug 15,  · In with his partner DJ CMT they produced an released his debut EP "1 Step Ahead of Yall" through No Limit/In-A-Minute Records. Brought to you .
  3. Skid Row were one of the very last hair metal bands to hit the mainstream before grunge took over in the early '90s. While the band's self-titled debut employed standard pop-metal riffs and generic lyrics (albeit to great commercial success), 's Slave to the Grind and 's Subhuman Race broke away from the pop-metal mold with uncharacteristically hard, thrashy guitars and unique.
  4. KSKE – Ski Country live streams Colorado’s hottest country music – along with country classics to keep it real – for listeners in resort destinations from the Eisenhower Tunnel to Garfield County and Vail Colorado. Community focused, KSKE radio station is your go-to .
  5. [Ski Radio]: Hacking a Radio: The Ski Radio is my Solution to a design brief for Product Design. Attachable to Ski Goggles, the radio comprises of four vaccum formed shells, speakers and a Sony Radio.
  6. Rapper Lil Skies was born Kimetrius Foose in Waynesboro, Pennsylvania in Interested in music from his early childhood, Foose was recording and writing lyrics by the time he was 12, and eventually took on the Lil Skies moniker when he began taking his music more seriously.
  7. Snow FM - Broadcasting to the entire Snowy Mountains region including all New South Wales Ski Resorts. Snow FM has been broadcasting since providing today's Hit Music as well as News, Weather and Snow Reports to the residents and tourists of the Snowy.
  8. One quick note, the type of radio that you use can vary, depending on the area. Some places have repeaters in place for GMRS radios — then, obviously, that type of radio exists. In other ski areas, there is good amateur radio coverage. There are some good websites that list the different repeaters and radio frequencies used in an area.

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