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Off The Chart: 25 August 1983

Off The Chart: 25 August 1983

Line up and look busy for this week’s Off The Chart as Steve and Julian take you back to this day in 1983! There’s oodles of hits, some of which you might remember, others you almost certainly won’t. On top of that there’s three tracks from one of the week’s biggest albums, an international hit, a look at the day’s events, the Arthur Dent Moment and the top five singles in full. Looking for one of the early 1980s’ biggest bands struggling on without its lead singer? A 1983 hit that was written in 1947? A track that’s been a hit four times for the same band? Join us at 10am!

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If you’ve missed a previous edition they’re all on our Mixcloud page, or for a taster of the music we play, listen to our Spotify playlist Way Off The Chart including one track from each show!

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!