We’re back to a less controversial edition of Off The Chart this week as we revisit the UK chart from this day in 1987. Along the way we’ll pick up a few of the day’s goings-on, three of the new albums out this week, the TV, radio and gig highlights, a track from the French chart and the UK’s top five in full, as we do.
- Whose only UK hit album went 24 x Platinum in Australia?
- Which male singer had a hit pretending to be a woman?
- And who had a song turned down for the latest Bond film, but outsold the song that was used as the theme?
Tune in and find out!
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