It’s not quite Christmas, but we’re getting there! Join us for a trip back to 1986 on this week’s Off The Chart as we sift through another stack of forgotten and half-remembered hits, as well as three of the week’s big new albums, a review of the day’s events, a quick squint at the West German chart and the top five singles in full.
- Which Christmas standard started life as the B-side of another single?
- Which rock classic was written just as a set opener and was never intended as a single?
- And which unloved live album turned out to include the last ever performance of a legendary song by its composer?
Tune in and find out!
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