(Oh Yeah) On The Radio

Album: Flesh + Blood (1980)
Charted: 5
  • This was the second single taken from British rock band Roxy Music's seventh studio album, Flesh + Blood.
  • Singer Bryan Ferry explained to The Mail on Sunday June 28, 2009: "In this song I was trying to create a picture of Americana, and long hot summer evenings at drive-in movies. It is wistful and nostalgic, rather like a country record."

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  • Zabadak from London, EnglandThe single was issed as "Oh Yeah (On The Radio)" in the UK.
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