In case anyone missed it KRIK flipped to Spanish and has apparently been playing Spanish since December...
Though I never heard it until I tuned in last week and was able to receive it with a rather cheap portable MP3 player. I've recorded about a 40 minute aircheck so you all can hear the strangeness that is this radio station.
Just a huge variety of Spanish music (some regional Mexican, some Spanish pop-rock from the sound of it, some dance style tejano I believe, and I even heard Selena Gomez near the beginning) What's the latter doing on a Spanish station!?! Most songs are tagged with the title and artist in Spanish at the beginning.
The imaging I've heard seems to have been produced in a bit of a hurry though it's decent. They're calling it The Ranch still as well as El Rancho (Spanish translation I believe). It has two names if you count each translation as one.
Liner backing music for the imaging's country for the English ones, Tejano and regional Mexican for the Spanish ones.
They do seem to run ads though the only one I heard played twice and was for a tire shop / burger depot / trailer and car lot. Funny but cute at the same time, you'll understand if you listen.
Audio is nice and clean, uncompressed from the sound of it. No crossfading I can tell between songs, it's as if they're using Winamp or Windows Media Player with no plug-ins.
But enough describing. Here. I had to remove a few seconds on two occasions in which the antenna got unplugged, sorry.http://www.sendspace.com/file/we7vsa