What movie defined the decade of the 1980s? The National Geographic Channel asked that question as a lead in to their upcoming mini-series “The 80s: The Decade That Made Us.” The results:
"Back to the Future" (21%)
"The Breakfast Club" (18%)
"Ferris Bueller's Day Off" (15%)
"Top Gun" and "Ghostbusters" (tied with 8%)
"Wall Street" (7%)
"Do the Right Thing" (4%)
"Say Anything" (2%).
In keeping with the 80’s theme, Molly Ringwald, who starred in “The Breakfast Club” not only acts, but sings, and on her upcoming jazz CD does a cover of the famous song from the movie, “(Don’t You) Forget About Me.” Take a listen to it here:
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Along with Slim Jim Phantom and Lee Rocker, he was a part of the Stray Cats. After playing Eddie Cochran in the movie "La Bamba," these days, he fronts the Brian Setzer Orchestra. Happy 53rd birthday wishes to Brian Setzer, celebrating today. We honor that celebration with a song from 1982, the Stray Cats first hit, as today's "Lost 80s Classic"