We’re safely back indoors this week for a standard edition of Off The Chart! Come back with us to this day in 1982 for the usual two hours of forgotten and half remembered hits, plus three of the week’s new albums, a look at the day’s happenings, a sneaky peek at the West German chart, before a joyride through the week’s top five singles.
- Who released a protest single about the redevelopment of their home town?
- Which band’s biggest hit convinced their lead singer he could cut it as a solo artist?
- And whose second top 40 hit was recorded before his first but became a hit six years after it?
Tune in and find out!
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