23 Dec 1987(53 Songs)
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Good Morning Vietnam
Martha Reeves & The Vandellas - Gold - More Motown Classics
The first song on Adrian's first radio broadcast.
Dimitri Tiomkim and Ned Washington
The Beach Boys - Fantastic Mr. Fox (Original Soundtrack) [Deluxe Version]
The second song on Adrian's first broadcast.
Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier and Eddie Holland
Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders - 60's Gold
The third and final song on Adrian's first broadcast.
Joe Puma and Eddie Hall
The Searchers - Pop Masters: The Searchers (feat. Mike Pender) [Re-Recorded Versions]
The first song on Adrian's second broadcast.
The Castaways - 20th Century Rocks: 60's Rock Bands - Wild Thing (Re-Recorded Versions)
The second song on Adrian's second broadcast. Lt. Hauk critiques Adrian's weather jokes.
The Beach Boys - U.S. Singles Collection: The Capitol Years 1962-1965
The Beach Boys - Endless Summer
Adrian and Trinh say goodbye before Adrian's flight.
Robert Feldman, Jerry Goldstein and Richard Gottehrer
James Brown - Paddington (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
James Brown - 20 #1's: Party Hits
Third song on Cronauer's second broadcast. Cronauer and the rest of the station dance to the song.
Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello
Them - Complete Them (1964-1967)
Marty fills in for Cronauer while Tuan rushes to rescue him.
Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass - Limbo Rock
The Marvelettes - The Complete Motown Singles Vol. 5: 1965
Plays in Jimmy Wah's during Cronauer's first visit.
The Vogues - The Vogues - EP
Plays in Jimmy Wah's. Two soldiers confront Tuan, and Cronauer and his friends get into a brawl with them.
Leonard Lipton & Peter Yarrow - Puff the Magic Dragon (feat. Mateo Cole & Martin Cole) - Single
The Rivieras - California Sun / H B Goose Step - Single
Cronauer and his English class play a impromptu game of softball.
Louis Armstrong - Number 1's: Jazz
Adrian's first show back following his suspension; Plays over a montage of life in Vietnam.
Opening credits. Dan "The Man" Levitan reads his announcements.
The Grass Roots
Adrian sits in Jimmy Wah's bar, just before it's blown up by a bomb.
Frankie Avalon - Frankie Avalon... Live !!!
Plays when Adrian, Trinh and her family go to see Beach Blanket Bingo at the theater.
Ray Conniff & The Ray Conniff Singers
Frankie Avalon & Annette Funicello
Sounds Orchestral - Cast Your Fate to the Wind
Cronauer and Garlick drive to interview soldiers on the field, before hitting a mine.
The Beach Boys - Love & Mercy: The Life, Love and Genius of Brian Wilson (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Plays on Marty's show before Lt. Hauk's first (and last) broadcast. "That was the great exciting sound
of Petula Clark."
Lawrence Welk - Polkas on Parade
Perry Como - Yesterday & Today ~ A Celebration In Song
Plays on the radio as Garlick picks up Cronauer at the airport, and on the drive to the base.
Lawrence Welk & Myron Floren
The second polka on Lt. Hauk's radio broadcast. The base is bombarded with phone calls and letters asking for Cronauer's reinstatement.
Wilson Pickett - Atlantic Top 60: Sweat-Soaked Soul Classics
Adrian takes Tuan to Jimmy Wah's.
Adam Faith - The Ep Collection
The first polka on Lt. Hauk and Frenchy's radio broadcast.
Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass - The Lonely Bull: Mono and Stereo Editions (Bonus Track Version)
In the bathroom. Garlick tells Cronauer he's back on the air.
Jack Jones - A Cavalcade of Stars
Ray Conniff - 'S Always Conniff
Plays during Eddie Kirk's Ray Conniff jubilee as Garlick drives Adrian to Jimmy Wah's.
The Castaways - Garage Rock Classics
Georgie Fame and The Blue Flames
Play's in Jimmy Wah's. Cronauer eats after editing the prank Nixon interview.
Bob Feldman & Jerry Goldstein
Adrian attempts to teach the chorus of the song to the English class. "My boyfriend's back and there's gonna be trouble. Hey, nah, hey, nah, my boyfriend's back."
Adrian asks Trinh to sing it to him outside the movie theater.
Dimitri Tiomkin & Ned Washington
Sung by Adrian on his farewell broadcast.
Adam Faith - Complete Faith: HMV, Top Rank & Parlophone Recordings 1958-1968
Played during Cronauer's third broadcast.
Joe Puma & Eddie Hall
The Silhouettes - Stand By Me (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Hummed by Cronauer in the restaurant after quitting his radio show. Garlick and Tuan come to find him.
The Supremes - 202 Motown Songs: The Complete No. 1s
Cronauer sings a version using shrimps following his suspension.
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