Join us for another terrifying trip back four decades to 1982 on this week’s Off The Chart! We’ll have our usual supply of obscure, forgotten and neglected hits, plus tracks from three of the week’s new albums, a round-up of what was going on 40 years ago today, a quick look at the Belgian chart and the top five in full to conclude proceedings.
- Which band’s only top ten hit got there through alleged nefarious means?
- Which band’s final single before splitting didn’t actually feature any of the musicians in the band?
- And who scored their first chart topper because Shakin’ Stevens pulled out of doing Top of the Pops?
Tune in and find out!
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