Join us on a voyage all the way back to this day in 1981 on this week’s Off The Chart! As usual we’ll have a whole heap of hits you’ve forgotten about, or never knew about in the first place, plus three of the week’s new entries on the album chart, which is becoming increasingly difficult as we get past the peak Christmas release period. All this plus a review of the day’s news, TV and Radio highlights, gigs, a quick jaunt through the Belgian chart and the top five singles in full.
- Which pop superstars achieved their last ever top ten hit this week?
- Who helped his former backing band into the chart by singing on their record?
- And who wasn’t singing about political reformists in the Ottoman empire?
Tune in and find out!
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