Living On Video, known in Canada as Message on the Radio, is the first album by Canadian synthpop group Trans-X. Recorded and released in 1983 by Mantra Records, Message On The Radio was a seven-track album. Produced by Daniel Bernier, the record featured all instruments played by Pascal Languirand with Anne Brosseau on supporting vocals.
After being based in Montreal, Barcelona and Los Angeles, founder and frontman Pascal Languirand moved Trans X to Ciudad de México because of the popularity of Hi-NRG there. Influenced by artists such as Kraftwerk, Giorgio Moroder, Tangerine Dream and Devo, Pascal continues to use the pure energy of synthesizers in his music. The single "Living On Video" has been remixed and re-released to sustained success in countries around the world.