This week on The Metro, Warlock JNothing starts off with a dedication to John Geils - then continues with: Adam Ant, The Cars, Men at Work, Howard Jones, The Thompson Twins, The Cult, Nick Lowe, Falco, Duran Duran, Paul Young, Missing Persons, Madness, Icehouse, and finishes off with a long version of a Frankie Goes To Hollywood tune.
This week on The Metro, Warlock JNothing brings you the sounds of Killer Pussy, The Cult, Oingo Boingo, Blasters, Golden Earring, John Parr, New Order, David Bowie, Knack, The B-52's, Peter Gabriel, Cutting Crew, and Talking Heads.
Hear a few Confessions that didn't make it into some of the past episodes, including a spoken essay by Ygraine on Richard Ramirez and other pseudo-Satanists, along with an alternate but more extensive discussion with daughter Satania and Ygraine's (non)spiritual journey. Plus, an assortment of witchy tunes!
Admin note: A prior release of this post went out with audio for episode 3. This has now been corrected.
This week on The Metro, Citizen JNothing warps you back to the 1980's with the songs from Loudness, Culture Club, Iggy Pop, Rod Stewart, Rockpile, Julian Lennon, INXS, Tom Tom Club, The Cult, The Hooters, Pat Benatar, Missing Persons, U2, Wang Chung, then his favorite Tina Turner song.
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.
This week on The Metro, JNothing gets things going with some Adam And The Ants, then goes all night with Lionel Richie, Peter Schilling, XTC, The Fixx, The Cult, The Clash, Undertones, Human League, Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, OMD, The Pretenders, Naked Eyes, and finishes with Orgy covering New Order.
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