|"On the Radio"|
|Single by Regina Spektor|
|from the album Begin to Hope|
|Genre||Anti-folk, indie pop|
|Label||Sire (US)/WEA (UK)|
|Regina Spektor singles chronology|
"On the Radio" is the first single from Regina Spektor's fourth album, Begin to Hope. The chorus contains references to the song "November Rain" by Guns N' Roses. As of 2009 the single has sold 116,000 copies in United States. 
An accompanying music video was released which shows Spektor teaching a music class made up of young school children. The video uses stop motion in a few scenes. An alternate video was released in which Spektor sings in a chocolate factory. The video was directed by Matt Lenski.
In popular culture
"On The Radio" was featured in the 2011 film Beastly. It was also used in the soundtrack of the French movie "Bouquet final" (2008) directed by Michel Delgado. It can also be heard in the soundtrack of the French movie "The Day I Saw Your Heart" (2011 - American title), directed by Romain Lévy, Cécile Sellam and Jennifer Devoldère.
Amanda Palmer has performed this song often live from her and Spektor's similar, piano-driven styles.
|2006||WEA||CD/Digital download (Pt. 1)||UK||"Ain't No Cover" (live)*|
|2006||WEA||CD/Digital download (Pt. 2)||UK||"Düsseldorf"|
|2006||WEA||Digital download||UK||"20 Years of Snow (Live at Shepherd's Bush)"|
|2006||Sire||7" vinyl||UK||"20 Years of Snow (Live at Shepherd's Bush)"|
|2006||Sire||7" vinyl||EU||"Ain't No Cover" (live)*|
* Taken from the Live at Bull Moose EP
|UK Singles Chart||60|
- "Billboard". 2009-06-06.