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Active rock is a radio format used by many commercial radio stations across the United States and Canada. Active rock plays the popularly demanded new and recent hard rock and heavy metal and some alternative rock songs.
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Encyclopedia of the Arctic (2012)
by Mark Nuttall
Active rock glaciers typically flow downslope 0.1–1 m per year, that is ...
by Christopher H. Sterling
The “Heavy Metal/Active Rock” format encompasses a musical genre that has played a marginal role in commercial radio programming, while the medium of radio has at times played crucial roles in the acceptance, rejection, and content of the ...
by Andrew Goudie
is: 'a tongue-like hody of angular houlders Plate 102 An active rock glacier (maximum velocity ahout 0.25 ma~') ...
by Christopher H. Sterling, Cary O'Dell
The heavy metal/active rock format has embraced these groups in order to garner younger listeners, while the format expands and absorbs influences in a confusing radio market environment. Despite the continuing artistic and commercial ...
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