This week on The Metro, Warlock JNothing takes a political spin on things with the following artists: Alice Cooper, Devo, Wang Chung, Eurythmics, Peter Gabriel, Arcadia, Eddie Grant, After The Fire, Midnight Oil, Kim Wilde, Dead Kennedys, The Fixx, U2, The Clash, Duran Duran, Culture Club, and finally with some David Bowie.
This week on The Metro, Warlock JNothing brings you the sounds of David Bowie, Tears For Fears, Thompson Twins, Power Station, Missing Persons, Hall & Oates, Men Without Hats, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, X, Tom Tom Club, Blondie, Altered Images, Musical Youth, and finishing off with some Sigue Sigue Sputnik.
This week on The Metro, Warlock JNothing brings you the sounds of Killer Pussy, The Cult, Oingo Boingo, Blasters, Golden Earring, John Parr, New Order, David Bowie, Knack, The B-52's, Peter Gabriel, Cutting Crew, and Talking Heads.
This week on The Metro, Warlock JNothing brings you the sounds of INXS, The Go-Go's, Men at Work, Wang Chung, Ultravox, Thompson Twins, Huey Lewis & the News, Animotion, David Bowie, Hall & Oates, Don Henley, Thomas Dolby, X, and finishing off with some Fischer-Z.
Now available for Android, Google Play, iTunes Podcasts, Stitcher, www.satanicstorytime.com, and www.radiofreesatan.com: Satanic Story Time Episode 36 – "The Body Snatchers", from Nightfall, with special guest, Aden Ardennes, contributor to Sex, Song, Sinema, & Satanism w/ David Harris, author of his book, Militant Eroticism, and brainchild of his forthcoming skin mag, Horns Magazine.
The Devil’s Tuning Fork: Aden Ardennes has selected some music for this episode of Satanic Story Time, “The Body Snatchers”. He has picked out the following tracks for our listening enjoyment: “Snatching the Dead” from Jeremiah Crow’s 2014 album, Dark Appalachian Gospel, “Long Hauls and Close Calls” from Hank Williams III’s 2008 album, Damn Right, Rebel Proud, and “Lazarus” from David Bowie’s 2016 album, Blackstar.
The Devil’s Workshop: For this installment of The Devil’s Workshop and with the cooperation of Jeremiah Crow, I am pleased to bring you “The Body Snatchers”. “The Body Snatcher" is a short story by the Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson (1850–1894). It was first published in the Pall Mall Christmas "Extra" in December 1884; its characters were based on criminals in the employ of real-life surgeon Robert Knox (1791–1862) around the time of the notorious Burke and Hare murders (1828). The story was re-written for Nightfall’s old time horror radio by Frank W. McEnaney. It was first aired by CBC radio for Nightfall’s old time horror radio on Aug. 29, 1980.
The Devil is in the Details: I recently sat down with Aden Ardennes and had the unique opportunity to talk with him on some taboo topics such as his sexually charged book release, Militant Eroticism. We also stoked the fires of his recently conceived homoerotic magazine, entitled Horns Magazine.
- Citizen Aaron Mantle
This episode of The Metro, Citizen JNothing brings the sounds of 1983 with the following bands: Hall and Oates, Bonnie Tyler, Duran Duran, David Bowie, Stray Cats, Adam Ant, Culture Club, Men Without Hats, Madness, Musical Youth, The Kinks, After The Fire, Dexy's Midnight Runners, and finishing off with some Def Leppard.
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