Off The Chart: 26 May 1986

Off The Chart: 26 May 1986

It’s another bank holiday weekend and Steve and Julian have taken to the beach for this week’s Off The Chart! Join them for two hours of hits, headlines and hogwash as they revisit this day in 1986 – there’s the usual quota of forgotten and half-remembered hits, a look at the day’s events, three tracks from one of the week’s big albums, a hit from the Swiss chart and the top five in full. On top of that, we’ve also dug out the worst record in this week’s chart for those of you who still won’t back us on Patreon – it’s your choice. Which of this week’s hits has been a number one for three different acts? Which Glasgow band had eight hits without ever making the top forty? And what was causing John Peel to suffer extreme flatulence? Click PLAY to find out!

 


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We also have a Spotify playlist for our #ICEOTWF feature, including all (well, most) of the international hits we’ve played since the feature began in March 2017. There are all sorts of oddities in here, all of which were hits somewhere in the world but not in the UK!