Off The Chart: 10 May 1984Grab your coat, we’re heading back to this day in 1984 on Off The Chart! We’ll bring a suitcase full of the week’s obscure, forgotten and neglected hits, you’ll find three of the week’s new albums in the glove compartment, there’s a holdall on the back seat full of the day’s events, and we’ll stop off along the way for a look at the Belgian chart, before getting home for the top five in full.

  • Who unfortunately released a cover version just as the song’s original singer died?
  • Who were rap’s answer to the Village People?
  • And who was forced by an angry crowd to remove his comedy breasts while singing an anthem for liberation?

Tune in and find out!



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