Off The Chart: 12 September 1984This week’s Off The Chart yanks you back to 1984, and includes one of the infamous “Filthy fifteen” songs that American parents were up in arms about. As a result it should not be listened to by parents, especially American ones, which is a shame because it means you’ll miss two hours of obscure, forgotten and neglected hits from the week’s chart, three of the week’s new albums, a round-up of the day’s events, a perfectly innocent hit from the Canadian chart and the top five singles in full. We don’t just palm you off with any old rubbish.

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