This week on The Metro, Warlock JNothing celebrates the week of his birthday with band he grew up on other then New Wave. These bands are as follows: Yngwie Malmsteen, Dokken, WASP, AC/DC, Quiet Riot, Cheap Trick, Def Leppard, Billy Squier, ZZ Top, 38 Special, Van Halen, Queensryche, and ending off with some Journey.
This week on Metal Invaders, Citizen JNothing takes over the helm and being an 80s fan - brings you the metal from the 1980. His list of 80s metal covers the following bands: Dokken, Accept, Whitesnake, Van Halen, Tesla, Saxon, Quiet Riot, Ratt, Manowar, Keel, Wendy O. Williams, Queensryche, and finishing off with some Motley Crue.
This week on The Metro, Citizen JNothing brings you the sounds of Dokken, The Cure, Missing Persons, Tin Tin, Dream Academy, Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins, U2, Bill Nelson, The Hooters, Uncanny X-Men, and finishes up with some Sting.
This week on The Metro, Citizen JNothing gets you on the hunt with some Dokken, then plays you some David Bowie, The Knack, Soft Cell, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Corey Hart, Cutting Crew, Modern English, Men At Work, Culture Club, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Phil Collins, The Brian Setzer Orchestra, finishing off with some Planet P Project.
This week on The Metro, JNothing starts a new thing where he plays 80's hair metal/rock songs at first and then gets into the normal New Wave afterwards. This week he starts with rocks you with Dokken, then gets you into the sounds of Frankie Goes To Hollywood, The Go-Go's, R.E.M., Beat, Inmates, Joy Division, The Boomtown Rats, The J Geils Band, John Cougar Mellencamp, Modern Talking, Jane Wiedlin, Dave Edmunds, Blondie, then finishes off with some NEW music from Adam Ant.
This week on The Metro, JNothing does a change up with the first 20 mins of the show by playing a new track from ASIA, then classics from Yes, Dokken, and Yngwie Malmsteen, before playing songs from Michael Jackson, The Fixx, The Cult, Tommy Tutone, Colin Hay (Covering a Men At Work tune), David Bowie, The J Geils Band, John Parr, and finishing off with the long version of a classic Frankie Goes To Hollywood tune.
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