For a band so synonymous with the ’80s, Huey Lewis and the News certainly didn’t fit any established mold. They were clean-cut and down-to-earth when flash and androgyny were the coins of the realm. They made straightforward, hooky rock not tethered to fashion. So a reasonable takeaway would be that songs like “Heart of Rock & Roll,” “Heart & Soul” and “I Want a New Drug” have a timeless, enduring quality. To which I would respond: Nope. Stuff sounds hopelessly dated.