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Off The Chart: 11 June 1989

Off The Chart: 11 June 1989

We’re going back a mere thirty years on this week’s Off The Chart to revisit this week in 1989. Tune in for a brace of hits you might have forgotten (or never knew about in the first place), three of the week’s new hit albums, a review of the day’s news, TV, radio and gigs, a sneaky peek at an international chart and the top five singles in full. Which family supergroup hit the top 40 one last time but without its most famous member? Which of this week’s new albums took over a year to reach its peak chart position? And which all star charity record raised pretty much no money whatsoever for its cause? Tune in and 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: 18 August 1987

Off The Chart: 18 August 1987

On this week’s Off The Chart we go back 31 years for a look at the UK singles chart from this week in 1987. As usual Steve and Julian bring you some unfamiliar hits, three tracks from one of the … read more

Off The Chart: 4 August 1986

Off The Chart: 4 August 1986

Whether you’re calling all the heroes or just putting on some camouflage and fighting for yourself, you can take a couple of hours off to listen to this week’s Off The Chart! Steve and Julian are dragging us back to … read more

Off The Chart: 23 June 1989

Off The Chart: 23 June 1989

We’re approaching the end of the 1980s this week as we go back to 1989 on Off The Chart, so things are a bit weird with indie legends, raved-up cover versions and film themes all battling for chart supremacy. As … read more

Off The Chart: 28 October 1986

Off The Chart: 28 October 1986

Come back in time with us as Steve and Julian revisit the UK singles chart of this day in 1986 on another Off The Chart! They’ll unearth some forgotten hits, play three tracks from one of the week’s big albums, … read more

Off The Chart: 2 September 1987

Off The Chart: 2 September 1987

This week on Off The Chart we’re going back thirty years to revisit the chart of 2 September 1987! Steve and Julian pick out some of the less well remembered hits of the week, discuss the day’s events, play three … read more

Off The Chart: 19 August 1986

Off The Chart: 19 August 1986

Come with us back to August 1986 on this week’s Off The Chart! Steve and Julian uncover some of the week’s forgotten hits, review the day’s events, play three tracks from the week’s featured album, plus a track from that … read more

Virtual C90 – March 2016

Virtual C90 March 2016

New music this month from Pet Shop Boys, Boy George, Sinitta, a-ha and Elton John, plus the usual mix of hits, misses, remixes and forgotten gems. Enjoy! read more

Chart Watch and New Releases: 26 February 2016

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Chart Watch David Bowie still has six albums in the top 100, with Best of Bowie holding steady at number 2 and his other compilation Nothing Has Changed at 13 just ahead of ★ at 14. Also still selling are … read more