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Completely Conspicuous 575: Everybody Wang Chung Tonight

Completely Conspicuous

Part 1 of my conversation with guest Phil Stacey about our favorite music of 1987. Show notes: - Recorded in the backyard of CompCon HQ - In '87, Phil was 17 going on 18, Jay was 19 going on 20 - The Bangles had the #1 single of the year with "Walk Like An Egyptian" - Another big year for movie soundtracks - A lot of female pop artists hit big - Jay: Concerts I saw included Genesis, Peter Gabriel, Motley Crue, Jon Butcher Axis and U2 - Phil: Saw INXS, U2 twice, Sting, Smithereens - Bruce Willis released an album - Starship churns out the crap - Many bands changed their sound in the '80s to stay "relevant" - Phil's non-top 5 albums: INXS, Hoodoo Gurus, the Smiths, Husker Du, Dinosaur Jr., Jane's Addiction, Midnight Oil, 10,000 Maniacs, George Harrison, Sinead O'Connor, Bowie, The Tragically Hip - The meteoric rise and quick decline of INXS - That time Husker Du went on the Joan Rivers Show - To be continued Completely Conspicuous is available through Apple Podcasts. Subscribe and write a review! The opening and closing theme of Completely Conspicuous is "Theme to Big F'in Pants" by Jay Breitling. Voiceover work is courtesy of James Gralian.

46mins

5 Oct 2021

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#Wang Chung greatest hits

THE MISTERman's Take

#Wang Chung hitting making British pop duo back in the 80s with catchy sing along smash hits and a feel good vibe,songwriters and musicians,respect --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mr-maxxx/support

8mins

15 Apr 2021

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S4 E1 Wang Chung Baby

Roc City Podcast

The guys are back for the 4th season of this beautiful disaster

1hr 6mins

12 Jan 2021

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Everybody Have Fun Tonight- Wang Chung Decomposition

Decomposition Podcast

This is an iconic song with an iconic video.  We didn't know the words to this song before sitting down to record this episode, but it feels like we picked a good one.  Babylon? The edge of oblivion? Strong words?The song is excellent, and we are all very glad that it wasn't a ballad.  We are also not sure that it was appropriate to have on Alvin and the Chipmunks or Veggie TalesThings get sexyRock out with your chung outInsert finger guns hereHave fun, wang chunge-mail: DecompositionPod@gmail.comtwitter: Decomp_podhttps://www.facebook.com/decompositionpod

53mins

12 Jan 2021

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Episode 5. Wang Chung

Scary’s Stories

Scary provides thoughts on his childhood in contrast to what today’s kids ‘suffer’ through, gets strong about a personal issue, and talks about the time has propositioned outside the butcher shop.

20mins

27 Nov 2020

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A Interview with Wang Chung's Nick Feldman!

Keeping the Nostalgia Alive Show!

I think I got all of my questions answered! Hopefully you'll enjoy this interview with Wang Chung's Nick Feldman...Go to iTunes and check out "Everybody Be Safe tonight" it's an amazing remix of the #1 smash from 1986-87 "Everybody Have Fun Tonight"! Nick, Jack and Special guest Victoria Day from Nu Shooz haven't lost a step in creating great music! Also check out Jack Hues New Album "Primitif" outstanding stuff! Check out Wangchung.com and Jackhues.com Thank you Nick, your fun and amazing!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ktna/message

57mins

24 Jun 2020

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My Top Three Songs from Wang Chung

Keeping the Nostalgia Alive Show!

Sit back and listen to my top songs from Wang Chung! They have an amazing catalog and I've been a fan since 1984. Surf on over to iTunes and get the new Remix of "Everybody be safe tonight" with guest Valerie Day from Nu Shooz! You can also find an interview with Jack Hues from Wang Chung in our archives, he has an amazing new album out called "Primitif", check it out today on all platforms....--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ktna/message

21mins

17 Jun 2020

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Play It Forward Episode 61 Back To The Basement With Wang Chung

Arroe Collins Like It's Live

Hey it’s Arroe. This is Play It Forward. A look at the unexpected changes endured by entertainers, writers, camera people and all others affected but not infected by the global invasion of the Coronavirus. Real people. Real stories. The struggle to Play It Forward. Episode 61: Back To The Basement With Wang ChungManic Merch and Abducted by the 80s are ready to put the frontline first. It’s the 80s event of the summer! A virtual concert in support and celebration of doctors, nurses, first responders and health-care workers.At-home performances that include A Flock Of Seagulls, Wang Chung, Naked Eyes, Animotion, Cutting Crew, Nu Shooz and so many more. Saturday, June 13 th on Facebook Live. There will be two screenings the first day with artists participating in the online chat room with fans. Afterthose screenings, the show will be available on YouTube.A link has been set up for people to make donations directly to Direct Relief. Plus they’ll be selling limited edition merch from many of the artists appearing on the broadcast. We are Unplugged and Totally Uncut with Nick Feldman from Wang ChungThat’s Play It Forward. You can listen to the full conversations with these artists on three different podcasts. Like Its Live, Unplugged and Totally Uncut and View from the Writing Instrument found on all digital platforms.

28mins

13 Jun 2020

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Episode 265 - Coronacation: Wang Chung w Row E

The Clutch and Wiggle Experience

We're still alive, believe that jack! Here's what we got for you for the first remote post-pandemic episode of #ClutchandWiggle* COVID-19 Talk- President Trump's handling and daily "musings" of the situation- How local government has handled this- Do you feel safe?* Microwaving face masks* Landlords asking for rent sex* Lock-down sex with household objects* Re-thinking the toilet seat* Yan punches mom for hiding TP* Sex dolls replace real fans at Korean soccer gamesFollow our new Twitter account, @ClutchWigglePod along with our normal Facebook.com/ClutchWiggleExp page to interact with the show hosts!

1hr 42mins

23 May 2020

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NEM#122: Jack Hues (from Wang Chung) Plays Jazz and Prog

Nakedly Examined Music Podcast

Jack fronted Wang Chung for five albums in the '80s, left the limelight to produce, and got a jazz combo going by 2000 which he's released five albums with, reformed Wang Chung, and only now is having a debut solo release, the double album Primitif. We discuss "Whitstable Beach" from that album, "Class War and Sex War" by Jack Hues and the Quartet from A Thesis on the Ballad (2015), and "Brahms Blues" by The-Quartet from Illuminated. (2006) We conclude by listening to "To Live and Die in L.A." by Wang Chung from Ochesography (2019). For more see jackhues.com. Hear more Nakedly Examined Music. Like our Facebook page. Support us on Patreon. Visit masterclass.com/EXAMINED for 15% off a MasterClass All-Access Pass.

1hr 12mins

22 May 2020

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