Tag Archives: Paul Simon

Virtual C90: April 2018

Virtual C90: April 2018

This month’s virtual mixtape includes new music from Kylie Minogue, The Beat starring Dave Wakeling, Samantha Fox, The Damned, Rick Parfitt, Lisa Stansfield and Chas & Dave, a remixed classic from Paul Simon, a newly unearthed recording by Prince and the usual mix of ’80s hits, misses and mixes. Give it a listen on Mixcloud or Spotify! read more

Off The Chart: 20 January 1987

Off The Chart: 20 January 1987

Come back to January 1987 with Steve and Julian on this week’s Off The Chart! There’s a veritable blizzard of forgotten and half-remembered hits, a track from an international chart, three tracks from the week’s featured album and the top … read more

Chart Watch and New Releases: 17 February 2017

New Order presents Be Music

It’s another of those unexpectedly strong weeks for ’80s Best Of albums, led by George Michael’s Ladies & Gentlemen climbing again to 13. Whitney Houston’s The Ultimate Collection re-enters at 18, David Bowie’s Legacy climbs to 20, Number Ones by … read more

Virtual C90: January 2017

Virtual C90 - January 2017

This month’s Virtual C90 is a round-up of some of the best new music from 2016 by ’80s artists, plus a few of the greats who we lost last year. read more

Virtual C90 – July 2016

Virtual C90 July 2016

New music this month from Paul Simon, Dexys, Pet Shop Boys, Roxette, Rick Astley and the Stone Roses, plus the usual mix of hits, misses, remixes and forgotten gems. Don’t forget the Virtual C90 is now on Mixcloud as well … read more

Chart Watch and New Releases: 10 June 2016

Motorhead "Clean Your Clock" box set

Chart Watch Paul Simon‘s first album in five years Stranger to Stranger débuts at number 1 this week, giving him his first chart topping studio set since The Rhythm of the Saints back in 1990 (last year’s compilation The Ultimate … read more

1986 Christmas Top 40

Jocky Wilson

Something seemed to have shifted in 1986. Duran Duran, Spandau Ballet, Culture Club and Frankie Goes To Hollywood all returned from their mid-decade break to lesser acclaim, failing to score a top three hit between them. Wham! called it a … read more