Tag Archives: John C. Hughes
That isn’t a dog whistle you hear — it’s that chick in the leotard over there. She’s Kate Bush, and this week, John C. Hughes is Lost in the ’80s with her.
What’s a Xymox? Ask John C. Hughes, who’s Lost in the ’90s with the band’s “Cure-inspired danceable goth” this week.
This week John C. Hughes has prepared a special edition of Lost in the ’80s for all you zombies. Are you ready for the top 15 new-wave songs … ever?!?
John C. Hughes has gotten himself Lost in the ’70s again, and this time, he’s all alone with Gary Glitter. Careful, John!
Ah, Kim Wilde…how fondly the children of the ’80s remember thee. In this week’s Lost in the ’80s, John C. Hughes flashes back on the synth-lovin’ blonde bombshell.
Filmmaker John Hughes, who reinvented the teen film in the ’80s, has died, and our own John C. Hughes remembers what it was like to be a teen growing up with films like Pretty in Pink and Sixteen Candles.
Remember Elastica? John C. Hughes does — in fact, this week, he’s completely Lost in the ’90s over them.
We know this much is true: John C. Hughes is Lost in the ’80s again, and this time, he’s reminiscing about Spandau Ballet.
The Andrea True Connection was always, uh, more than “More, More, More” — and John C. Hughes is here to prove it with this week’s Lost in the ’70s.
They were ignored by the American public and later victimized by Madonna, but this week — thanks to John C. Hughes and Lost in the ’80s — the Darling Buds finally get their due.
John C. Hughes is still Lost in the ’80s — but with classic tracks like Big Country’s “Look Away” on the stereo, who can complain?
This week’s edition of Lost in the ’70s finds John C. Hughes uttering that most heartfelt of mantras for the true rock fan: “Fuck Mike Love.”
John C. Hughes is Lost in the ’90s again — and this week, he’s listening to a track from the dearly departed Sundays.
What happens when you take two Monkees out of the zoo? Why, 1970’s Micky Dolenz/Davy Jones opus Changes, of course.