94.7 Iíd have to go with the WLS-FM of the 80s and later WYTZ. I did like The Zoneís Alternative format (2001-2003) It was short lived but it had a Hit-Based focus and played a lot of music. CD 94.7 was also very good. I believe The Drive pretty much to an extent was built to replace it.
95.5 obviously WMET and WNUA. WRXR kind of bridged the gap between them
96.3 in the 80s and 90s.
97.1 The original Drive of 2001. Canít leave out WNIB though.
100.3 FM100 of the Mid 90s.
101.9 WTMX of the Mid-Late 90s. Modern AC. Todayís Rock Mix.
102.3 as Hot 102.3. Nick Farella. Enough said.
103.1 WXXY as The 80s Channel. Heart & Soul was really good as well but they really made those signals shine with the 80s format.
103.5 I have to give to WKSC 2001-2005. They put on some excellent radio there at itís peak. Rick Party, Java Joel, Scott Tyler, even the trackers like Randi West, for a period early on Gary Spears. Last of itís kind.
104.3 Magic-Oldies 104.3 of the 90s up until the end of itís run in 2005. That was first rate top notch radio with legendary people.
670 WMAQ. All of WMAQ over the years. They did radio with class.
890 WLS as Top-40. Never heard anything of the Top-40 era that I did not like, which leads toÖ
1000 WCFL. Same deal with WLS. Those two stations were the definition of Top-40 in Chicago and around the Midwest.
1300 WRDZ Early Radio Disney (Before 2002) It was actually pretty good musically.
1390 WGCI as Dusty Radio 1390. Excellent format.
1480 WFXW as Full Service AC. Tri County Radio as they called it.
1600 WMCW as Full Service AC-Hot AC.
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