This week on The Metro, Citizen JNothing brings you the hits of 1981 with the following bands: Juice Newton, Journey, Stevie Nicks with Tom Petty, John Lennon, Joey Scarbury, Pat Benetar, The Police, Rod Stewart, Foreigner, Billy Squier, Styx, Electric Light Orchestra, Devo, and finishing up with some Alan Parsons Project. Remember if you want to do a "shoutout" to someone - you can leave a message via skype at citizen.jnothing or email an MP3 at firstname.lastname@example.org
This week on The Metro, Citizen JNothing celebrates the end of 2015 with the tunes from the following bands: Bonnie Tyler, The Police, Taco, Level 42, Depeche Mode, Japan, Humans, Spandau Ballet, Thomas Dolby, Bangles, Marilyn Martin, Gary Numan, Planet P Project, Culture Club, and finishes up with some John Lennon.
Hear classic 80s comedy from GEORGE CARLIN, along with the British comedy of BILL BAILEY, blasphemy from NATIONAL LAMPOON, and the stand-up of KYLE KINANE. And what is Satanbear up to these days? Have a listen and find out!
This week The Devil's Mischief takes a look back at episode #265, the BEATLEMANIA special. Whether you like the Beatles or hate the Beatles, you'll enjoy this 2008 episode of comedy and novelty that's all about the Fab Four: Beatles parodies, stand-up comedy about the Beatles, bizarre Beatles novelty covers, and more! Including the infamous parody THE RUTLES, plus BILL HICKS, BEATALLICA, JOHN VALBY, BOB RIVERS, and even a rare unreleased Beatles parody from WEIRD AL YANKOVIC.
Outsight Radio Hours / 29 January 2012 / This episode features a lot of Beatles and Beatles-inspired music. Our featured artist and interview guest is Bruce Pollock, author of the book "If You Like the Beatles...". Music programmed for this episode includes Aretha Franklin, John Lennon, The Rutles, Dead Kennedys, and more. Full playlist.