We’re off back to this day in 1982 on another Off The Chart! Join us for two hours of obscure, forgotten and half remembered hits, as well as three of the week’s new albums, a look at the day’s events, a trip to South Africa for a sneaky look at their top ten, and back home for the top five singles in full.
- Who finally had a solo hit after being in at least five different successful bands?
- Which Eurovision winners scored their first hit in four years and promptly disappeared again?
- And who set the record for the biggest single week climb to number one?
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: Angus Young finds a cannon, the world’s most famous band reforms as “The Ladders”, and a pair of talking trousers goes to number one in South Africa. It’ll all make sense if you listen.