We’re heading back to 1982 on this week’s Off The Chart for another two hours of less obvious hits! Along the way we’ll be digging up the day’s events, highlighting three new entries on the week’s album chart, taking a quick detour to the Italian chart, and playing the UK’s top five singles in full.
- Who accidentally rewrote someone else’s song for his first top twenty hit?
- Who had their biggest hit with a four year old song that had already been a B-side?
- And which top 50 hit was seized under the Obscene Publications Act?
Tune in and find out!
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Now there’s a podcast too!
For those of you who enjoy the nonsense we talk but don’t have time to listen to the music, we’re now putting the talky bits together into a podcast! Episode 2 sees Steve and Julian discussing a UB40 song title of dubious virtue, pondering how the album title “Dance Your Ass Off” could be “not used in the sense of profanity”, and attempting to avoid a visit from the Vice Squad.