In a shocking move, Infinity Radio has dumped oldies from their stalwart station WCBS FM 101.1. Out with "The Greatest Hits of All Time" and in with Jack FM which is "the best songs from the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s, right up through today." So long Harry Harrison, Ron Lundie, and Cousin Brucie. The Daily News reports that they ended the oldies format with Frank Sinatra's "Summer Wind" and entered the Jack era with "Fight for Your Right" from the Beastie Boys. While Gothamist loves the Beasies, we will really miss our oldies.

For those that still want to listen to those greatest hits, Infinity says they can listen to the Internet version of the old station, without the radio personalities, we surmise. Jack FM says they will play what they want and blast away the traditional rules of radio. And it's just going to be like your iPod on shuffle. Strange, we feel like we were just mugged of our old iPod.

Infinity has had success with the Jack format before, boosting their Dallas station from 28th to 5th in the market and making it the most listened to station by 25-54 year olds.

Of course, if you don't want the new Jack, you can always get Sirius or XM and listen to their oldies stations, no?