This month on Buzz Kill, Citizen JNothing takes over playing you the sounds of the 90s with the following bands: The Cranberries, The Smashing Pumpkins, Alanis Morissette, Alice In Chains, Soundgarden, Pearl Jam, The Church, Garbage, The Toadies, Queens Of The Stone Age, Nirvana, and finishing up with some Mother Love Bone.
This week on The Metro, Citizen JNothing brings his tribute to David Bowie featuring several artists who have been influenced and/or covered the master chameleon with music and stage image. Artists featured during this tribute are: David Bowie (of course), Boy George, Tin Machine, Queen, The Quintessentials, Mick Jagger, Nine Inch Nails, Trent Reznor, Infectious Grooves, Nirvana, Atrocity, Celtic Frost, Def Leppard, Helloween, Peter Schilling. David Bowie will live forever with all the cross genre music he produced. R.I.P. David Bowie
This week JNothing decided to break out the "Mash Ups", which means songs from the 80's mixed up with other tunes.. So he starts you off with Pussycat Dolls vs Michael Jackson, then some Journey vs Lady Gaga, Nirvana vs Madonna, Frankie Goes To Hollywood vs Motorhead, Adele vs Eurythmics, Beyonce vs Duran Duran, Men At Work vs 50 Cent, Europe vs Nirvania, The Police vs Scorpions, Lipps, Inc. vs B-52's vs Soulwax vs Patrick Hernaandez vs Yello, Ace Of Base Vs Nine Inch Nails, and finishes up with some Michael Jackson vs Metallica.
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.