We’re back for another go around the decade as we return to this day in 1988 on this week’s Off The Chart! Join us for two hours of forgotten and half-remembered hits, three of the week’s new albums, a round-up of the day’s events, an inspection of the West German chart and the UK’s top five in full.
- Whose debut album reunited two former Ants?
- Who replaced their erstwhile lead singer with their producer?
- And who links the Buzzcocks with Apollo 440?
Tune in and find out!
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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’ve put the talky bits together with some exclusive extras to make a podcast! This week a huge ’80s band falls apart in court, a record banned in South Africa goes to number 1 in Zimbabwe, and a promising pop career is scuppered by the workers’ control of factories.