We’re off back to this day in 1985 on this week’s Off The Chart with the usual lorryload of hits you might not remember or want to forget. We’re also playing all the new entries on the album chart, as well as taking a look at the day’s events, hopping over to Switzerland for a look at their chart, and getting back home in time to avoid quarantine and to play the top five in full.
Whose first UK hit was the only single from their second album that wasn’t a hit in the US?
Which Eurohit reached the UK chart despite a spoiler cover version by an already established British act?
And who recruited the wife of his former musical partner to play on his first solo top 40 hit?
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 Phil Collins gets blind drunk on cocktails, Bonnie Tyler and Tina Turner have a fight, and the great album strike of summer 1985 takes its toll on the chart. It’ll all make sense if you listen.
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