Right, buckle up, we’re heading all the way back to 1983 on this week’s Off The Chart! Join us for another two hours of forgotten, discarded and neglected hits from the UK chart 39 years ago today, as well as the usual round-up of what was going on, three of the week’s big new albums, a long awaited trip to Japan to struggle through their top ten, and back home for the top five in full.
- Which successful band’s lead singer was floundering at the bottom of the chart with a solo single?
- Why was a number one hit from 1958 back in the top thirty?
- And who changed musical direction to annoy Garry Bushell?
Tune in and find out!
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