This week on The Metro, Warlock JNothing brings the following bands for you trip back to the 80's: Any Trouble, Hall & Oates, Dead Or Alive, Dan Hartman, Paul Carrack, Deborah Harry, Talk Talk, Sheena Easton, The Tubes, Nick Heyward, Miracle Legion, Parachute Club, The Go Go's, and finishing off with some Thompson Twins.
This week on The Metro, Citizen JNothing pogos to the following bands for your listening pleasure: M, Ultravox, The Police, Peter Schilling, Falco, Corey Hart, Kajagoogoo, Hall & Oates, Re-Flex, Naked Eyes, Animotion, A-Ha, Dead Or Alive, and finishing off with Sigue Sigue Sputnik.
This week on The Metro, Citizen JNothing helps you face the day with some Great White, then gets you into some Soft Cell, U2, Missing Persons, Let's Active, Hall & Oates, Adam And The Ants, Dead Or Alive, Bronski Beat, Madness, Toni Basil, The Vapors, Jona Lewie, Dfx2, then slows it down with some Berlin.
This week on The Metro, Citizen JNothing helps you dream with some Queensryche, then starts up the new wave radar with Golden Earring, The Sex Pistols, Rick Astley, Wang Chung, Re-Flex, John Parr, Hall & Oates, Madness, Michael Sembello, Oxo, Julian Lennon, INXS, Dead Or Alive, and then finally closes out with a track by Rick Springfield.
The week on The Metro, JNothing has been talked into doing a show where various bands covering the 80's hits.. He starts with Children of Bodom covering Billy Idol, Atrocity covering Real Life, WASP covering Elton John, Ten Masked Men covering Michael Jackson, Orgy covering New Order, Sepultura covering U2, Rob Zombie covering The Commodores, Nirvana covering David Bowie, Queensryche covering The Police, Motorhead covering The Sex Pistols, Austrian Death Machine covering The Misfits, Ozzy Osbourne covering The Bee Gees, Marilyn Manson covering The Eurthmics, Disturbed covering Tears For Fears, Coal Chamber covering Peter Gabriel, Bitch Alert covering The Buggles, Eddie Vedder covering Patti Smith, Limp Bizkit covering George Micheals, Dope covering Dead Or Alive, Dead Rites covering Nine Inch Nails, and finally having A Perfect Circle covering Devo.