WMPH is part of the Broadcast Learning Center of the Brandywine School
District. We encourage student participation from any of our three
district schools; Brandywine, Concord, or Mount Pleasant. We also provide
DJ services to our local schools for dances, special events, and proms.
Now in our 41st year of broadcasting, WMPH has a vision to further expand
our educational program. For the next school year beginning in September
2010, WMPH will broadcast LIVE special events and athletic games from our
home at Mount Pleasant High School. Of course, WMPH will continue to be
known for our energetic party music. View our scrapbook, see our history,
and find out more at MPHSKnights.com/radio.
This week's Top 5: (see the
#1 Cascada - Pyromania
#2 Dana Rayne - Overload [buzz Junkies Edit]
#3 Goldfrapp - Rocket
#4 Example - Won't Go Quietly [e.p.i.c. Edit]
#5 Luxe - Simple Attraction [club Mix]
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Hot On The Dance Floor:
Goldfrapp is comprised of the English duo Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory
with additional production by Pascal Gabriel. Their March 8th release of
"Rocket" has soared to the top tier of our music charts. This song is from
their fifth studio album, Head First (2010). The music video for "Rocket"
features Alison driving a truck carrying a pink rocket with someone wrapped
up in duct tape, ending with the rocket being launched.
Alison Goldfrapp began her musical career in the early 1990s as a guest
vocalist with the electronic band Orbital and trip hop artist Tricky.
Since 1999, the group Goldfrapp has been known throughout their native
England and internationally for their electronic and synthpop sounds.
Alison Goldfrapp believes that "music is a visual experience" and therefore
visualizes her lyrics before writing them. Other Goldfrapp favorites heard
on the Dance Radio Network are "Strict Machine", "Number 1", "Ooh La La",
"Fly Me Away", and "Ride A White Horse"
New At WMPH:
The international record labels are asking Congress
for a handout - and they want to take it from your local
radio stations. That may mean stations like WMPH would
have to cut back on the music we play or the community
services we provide. Ask your representative (list
of Congress people) to help by sponsoring a
resolution to keep the radio you love free from a
performance tax. WMPH was a leader of the
NO PERFORMANCE TAX in 2007. Read more about our
educational boycott by clicking
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