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Off The Chart: 28 July 1982

Off The Chart: 28 July 1982

Whether you’re driving in your car, taking the night train or even learning how to fly, make sure you join Steve and Julian for another two hours of hits, headlines and havoc from this day in 1982! As always there’s a brace of forgotten hits, three tracks from one of the week’s big albums, an international hit, a look at the day’s goings on and the UK top five singles in full. And if you’re still not backing us on Patreon there’s a task for you to complete while the backers get a cup of tea and a biscuit. Which band’s biggest hit album was almost a solo record by their lead singer? Who was failing to reach the top twenty for the first time in four years? And who trolled their record company with a song they’d rejected eight years earlier? 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!

Off The Chart: 27 January 1983

Off The Chart: 27 January 1983

There are some strange goings-on on this week’s Off The Chart as Steve and Julian look at a very odd chart from this week in 1983. As always there’s a hatful of forgotten and half-remembered hits, three tracks from the … read more

Chart Watch and New Releases: 9 June 2017

Roger Waters - Is This The Life We Really Want?

Beautifully timed for the week of the General Election, Is This The Life We Really Want? enters the album chart at number 3 for Roger Waters, his highest ever solo placing and his first top ten album since Amused To … read more

Virtual C90: April 2017

Virtual C90 April 2017

This month’s Virtual C90 includes new music from Depeche Mode, Madness, Blondie, Mike + The Mechanics, The Jesus & Mary Chain, Erasure and more! Plus the usual mix of ’80s hits, misses, mixes and remixes. Enjoy! read more

Chart Watch and New Releases: 7 April 2017

Mike + The Mechanics - Let Me Fly

A fairly quiet week on the album chart, although the deluxe editions of Fleetwood Mac’s Tango in the Night propel it back into the top thirty at 23 and Depeche Mode’s Spirit is still hanging on to a top thirty … read more

Chart Watch and New Releases: 31 March 2017

Fleetwood Mac "Tango in the Night" deluxe edition

Not much to report on the album chart this week, which is just as well as nobody has bothered to update it on the Official Charts website, but the Jesus & Mary Chain enter at 16 with their first album … read more

Off The Chart: 9 July 1987

Off The Chart: 9 July 1987

Live* from somewhere by the sea, the Off The Chart Roadshow revisits the chart of 9 July 1987. Steve and Julian don their Kiss Me Quick hats and play some forgotten hits of the week, three tracks from the featured … read more

Virtual C90 – February 2016

Virtual C90 - February 2016

This month we remember those we have lost in the past few weeks, including David Bowie, Lemmy from Motörhead, Colin Vearncombe from Black and John Bradbury of the Specials. There’s also new music from Megadeth and ABC and the usual … read more

Chart Watch and New Releases – 8 January 2016

Ace of Spades

Chart Watch The campaign to mark Lemmy’s passing by getting Motörhead‘s Ace of Spades to number 1 didn’t quite achieve its aim, but the song re-enters the singles chart at number 13 this week, two places higher than it reached … read more