The practice used by radio presenters on stations with a promise of 'more music' of editing songs down to shorter lengths to give more time to talk crap or present their comedy skits.
Ed: Tone, you used to cut songs off before the final verse to give more time for comedy didn't you?
Tony: Yeah. It's the 'breakfast edit'. We once got 'Summer of '69' down to 53 seconds.
от Reggie the Educator 04 януари 2014

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