We’re heading back to 1989 on this week’s Off The Chart for a stately procession through the week’s singles chart. As usual we’ll be taking in a brace of obscure, forgotten and half-remembered hits, plus three of the week’s new entries on the album chart, a round-up of the day’s events, a look at what was going on in the Dutch singles chart and the top five singles in full.
- Whose biggest hit was an uncredited guest appearance on someone else’s record?
- Which hit single was replaced in the shops by a different version while it was at number one?
- And which hit was inspired by a chance meeting with Jack Nicholson?
Tune in and find out!
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