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Further Off The Chart Seven

Further Off The Chart Seven

Has it really been a full dexy since the last one? It certainly has! Here we are again with another edition of Further Off The Chart, exclusively for our Patreon backers, in which Steve and Julian round up a dozen or so of the songs that they’ve talked about in previous editions of Off The Chart but couldn’t play on the show. Now they can! So as a thank you for your continued support, sit back and enjoy a mad Scotsman singing a US soul hit, a more eco-friendly version of a Madness hit, and the writer of Japanese Boy‘s finest work.

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Off The Chart: 23 September 1984

Off The Chart: 23 September 1984

Back to this week in 1984 on Off The Chart as Steve and Julian unearth some forgotten hits, play three tracks from a featured album, pick a song from an international chart, discuss the day’s events and run through the … read more

Off The Chart: 29 July 1985

Off The Chart: 29 July 1985

We’re off back to this week in 1985 on Off The Chart for some of the week’s less remembered hits, a look at the day’s events, three tracks from a hit album, a song from the US Billboard Hot 100 … read more

“I can’t go on singing the same theme” – Top of the Pops, 25 December 1985

Dead Or Alive

As a bit of a diversion from the relentless chronological trudge through the early ’80s editions of TOTP, and because it’s nearly Christmas, here’s a quick distraction with the Christmas Day edition from 1985, courtesy of a seemingly apropos-of-nothing repeat … read more