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Off The Chart: 22 July 1980

Off The Chart: 22 July 1980

Steve and Julian take us all the way back to this very day in 1980 for some undiscovered hits, the day’s events, an international hit, three tracks from the week’s featured album and the top five singles in full. Which Irish rock star had a hit about an American rock star? Which Swedish rock star did the same? And which legendary American pop star covered a song by a legendary British pop star and only got to number 41 with it? Click PLAY to find out!

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Off The Chart: 14 January 1982

Off The Chart: 14 January 1982

Back to January 1982 on this week’s Off The Chart as Steve and Julian play some of the week’s less remembered hits, plus three tracks from the featured album and the top five singles in full. Who turned up in … read more

“In this great future you can’t forget your past” – Top of the Pops, 9 July 1981

The Specials

Time for a celebration, as Michael Hurll has got his abacus out and decided that we’ve reached the 900th edition of Top of the Pops. Blow up the balloons! Break out the streamers! Bring on the dancing girls! And then … read more

Off The Chart: 4 June 1985

Off The Chart: 4 June 1985

Every Saturday in our podcast-style-radio-show-thing Off The Chart, Steve Binnie and Julian Sparrow look at the chart from the corresponding week in one of the ’80s years and play the songs you don’t normally hear on a chart rundown. They … read more