This week on The Metro, Warlock JNothing brings you the following setup of mash up tunes featuring: Metallica vs Prodigy, ABBA vs Van Halen, Nirvana vs Madonna, Journey vs Lady Gaga, Adele vs Eurythmics, Devo vs Missy Elliot, Daft Punk vs Queen, Nirvana vs Dead Or Alive, Ace Of Base Vs Nine Inch Nails, Men At Work vs 50 Cent, The Police vs Scorpions, PSY vs Ray Parker Jr., Survivor vs Adele, and finishing off with a mashup with George Michael vs Billy Idol.
This week on The Metro, Citizen JNothing changes things up with the format and even will let you the listener to intoduce bands, tune in for details. Skype name is citizen.jnothing if you need it again. He also brings you the hits of the 1980 with the following artists: Gary Numan, Kim Carnes, The Pretenders, Blondie, M, The Manhattans, Hall and Oates, Bette Midler, Fleetwood Mac, Queen, Supertramp, Pete Townsend, Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, and finish up with a classic by Pink Floyd.
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
You may have heard of novelty music icon SPIKE JONES, but how about the rest of his City Slickers band? From the Devil's Mischief's vast vaults comes episode #392. Originally aired in 2011, it was a special birthday tribute to the band's straight-man singer, violinist and "gluggler": CARL GRAYSON. Also hear select tracks from GEORGE CARLIN and "WEIRD AL" YANKOVIC as they acknowledge their direct influence from Grayson and the Spike Jones band. You'll find no Wikipedia page for Carl Grayson, and only The Devil's Mischief can set the story straight!
Some called it the worst while others hail it as a stroke of genius. Judge for yourself with some samples from "The Day The Laughter Died" by ANDREW 'DICE' CLAY. Also GEORGE CARLIN and BRIAN POSEHN, plus novelty from WEIRD AL YANKOVIC and WILLIAM SHATNER.
This week on The Metro, Citizen JNothing evilishly walk you with some AC/DC, then gets into Men Without Hats, The Art of Noise, Talking Heads, Billy Ocean, Peter Schilling, Paul Carrack, David Bowie (feat. Queen), Big Audio Dynamite, Q-Feel, The Go-Go's, Tin Huey, Untouchables, then finishes off with some Billy Idol.
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