It’s a special occasion on this week’s Off The Chart as we celebrate the birthday of all our listeners who haven’t told us when their birthday is! There’s cake for everyone – literally – and a host of hits large and small from this day in 1986. We’ll also have three of the week’s new hit albums, a sneaky peek at the Swedish chart, a review of the day’s events and the top five singles in full.
- Which ’70s band found themselves back in the chart with some help from an ’80s band?
- Whose second album was his third hit on the album chart?
- And whose Top of the Pops performance generated more complaints than any other in the history of the show?
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