Tag: D Cutta
by DJ Ones on Jun.14, 2011, under Daytime
Recently inspired by an NME post that had their staff discuss what the first albums they every bought were, I thought it would be interesting to figure out what the WKNC kids had first picked up. After a bit of work this is what they sent me!
Spice Girls- Spice
DJ Elly May
Natalie Merchant- Tigerlily
The first album I ever bought with my own money was Natalie Merchant’s ‘Tigerlily.’ Laugh if you dare.
Billy Ray Cyrus- Some Gave All
Back in 1992 or 1993, before most of the staff had started kindergarten, a young Jamie Lynn saved up her allowance to purchase a CD player and one CD to go with it: Billy Ray Cyrus’s “Some Gave All,” featuring the hit single “Achy Breaky Heart.”
Queens of the Stone Age- Songs for the Deaf
From Walmart aw yea.
System of a Down- Toxicity
Real original, I know.
Run-D.M.C.- Raising Hell
Michael Jackson- Thriller
I used to dance my ass off to some Thriller, still do when given the opportunity.
Franz Ferdinand- Franz Ferdinand
Led Zeppelin- Best of Led Zeppelin
Still listen to it once a month or more.
The Smashing Pumpkins- Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
The Voice of Reason
Sum 41- All Killer, No Filler
I bought Sum 41′s All Killer No Filler. Embarrassing now, totally radical back then.
Baha Men- Who Let the Dogs Out
I saved up my lunch money to buy this.
Metallica- Master of Puppets
Ray Parker Jr.- Ghostbusters
It was the 45 single. I was 6 years old and I believe I used my birthday money.
DJ Shorty Shorts
Dashboard Confessional- A Mark, a Mission, a Brand, a Scar
Smash Mouth- Astro Lounge
Spin Doctors- Pocket Full of Kryptonite
Tune in Saturday night, June 27, as 88.1 FM WKNC pays tribute to the most successful recording artist in the history of music, with over 750 millions albums sold, the legendary, the incomparable, Michael Jackson.
Join me, Mir.I.am and other special guest co-hosts, from 8 to 11 p.m. on “Saturday Night Soul and R&B” as we reminisce on our favorite memories of the ICON. Listen, as we reflect on Michael’s influence on music, fashion and pop culture. We will also reveal little known facts about the 13-time Grammy Award Winner and discuss the media coverage and speculation surrounding his untimely passing.
As Jackson’s music was the soundtrack to many of our lives, expect to hear music from Hip-Hop and R&B artist directly influenced by him as well as our favorite hits.
Immediately following “Saturday Night Soul and R&B’, stay tuned for the “2.0 show” with D Cutta, as he mixes four hours of non-stop MJ classics from the past 40 years.
Help us celebrate the life of the most influential, inspirational and innovative singer in the HISTORY of music. R.I.P to the greatest entertainer of all time. His legacy will forever live on.
Share you favorite MJ memories here.