Simply fill up the Time Travel Radio with your songs and then select the year you want to listen to, rather than a track or playlist.
Unlike a typical radio, Time Travel Radio doesn't tune to frequencies — it tunes to years. You can fill it with songs from throughout your life, then use music to travel through time. There are only two knobs: one controls power/volume, and the other sets the year. Turn the year knob and Time Travel Radio will play music from that year.
Go back to when you were in high school, or when you got married, or when you got your first job. The music will transport you.
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