This week on The Metro, Warlock JNothing brings you the sounds of some rock from the 1980s with the following bands: Bob Seger, Bryan Adams, Tom Petty And The Heartbreaker, Stevie Nicks, Billy Joel, Heart, Journey, Night Ranger, Dire Straits, Fleetwood Mac, Phil Collins, Elton John, and finishing up with some Supertramp.
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 email@example.com
This week on The Metro, Citizen JNothing does his 80's Rock Revival with Rod Stewart, Bob Seger, Bryan Adams, Dire Straits, Loverboy, Tom Petty And The Heartbreaker, Billy Joel, Air Supply, Bruce Hornsby & The Range, Elton John, Tina Turner, REO Speedwagon, Toto, and fishing up with some Journey.
This week on The Metro, Citizen JNothing celebrates the 200th Episode of the show. He starts off with a dedication to his daughters with Journey, then gets into the sounds of the new wave movement with The Bangles, U2, The Knack, Soft Cell, Art Of Noise, Jimmy Nail, Men At Work, Big Country, Falco, Go West, Huey Lewis & The News, Culture Club, English Beat, Berlin, Flying Lizards, John Cougar Mellencamp, Sheena Easton, Ultravox, Human League, Eddie Money, Assembly, Miracle Legion, Men Without Hats, Bonnie Tyler, Jam, Sly Fox, Yello, then finishes off with one of the best tracks from Billy Idol.
This week on The Metro, Ciziten JNothing brings you the sounds of Journey, When In Rome, Thompson Twins, Naked Eyes, Dalbello, Blondie, Klark Kent, Bronski Beat, Robbie Nevil, Chris Isaac, Billy Idol, Midge Ure, Sheena Easton, and then finishes off with some Men At Work.
This week, Reverend Bill M. steps in to host the Metro! Bill takes a break from his usual show of comedy to bring you an indulgent assortment of 80s pop rock from JOURNEY, THE CARS, THE KINKS, and DURAN DURAN, along with an extended look at two noteable rivals at the time: supergroup ASIA and the reformed YES. The "M" stands for "Metro"!
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