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21 June 2016

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NEWS THIS WEEK in 1984
This week Bob Marley’s compilation album Legend was at #1. The album holds the distinction of being the second longest-charting album in the history of Billboard magazine. Combining its chart life on the Billboard 200 and the Top Pop Catalog Albums charts, Legend has had a chart run of 992 non-consecutive weeks, surpassed only by Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon at 1574 week

21-6-16

SONGS PLAYED
Shakatak – Down on the Street
Duran Duran – Girls On Film
Glass Tiger – Don’t Forget About Me (When I’m Gone)
Five Star – Rain or Shine
Run DMC – Walk This Way
Blancmange – Living On The Ceiling
Soft Cell – Torch
Sam Brown – Stop
Natalie Cole – Miss You Like Crazy
Level 42 – Running In The Family
Rod Stewart – Baby Jane
Heaven 17 – Temptation
Daryl Hall & John Oates – Family Man
Rolling Stones – Harlem Shuffle
The Bangles – Walking Down Your Street
Transvision Vamp – I Want Your Love
Womack and Womack – Teardrops
Bob Marley – Could You Be Loved
David Bowie – Fashion
Ottawan – Hands Up (Give me Your Heart)
Musical Youth – Pass the Dutchie
Bros – I Owe You Nothing
Soul II Soul feat Caron Wheeler – Back To Life
Matt Bianco – Get Out of your Lazy Bed
The Thompson Twins – Doctor! Doctor!
Modern Romance – Best Years of Our Lives
Paul Young – Everytime You Go Away
Hue & Cry – Looking For Linda
Squeeze – Another Nail In My Heart
a-ha – The Living Daylights

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21 June 2016

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NEWS THIS WEEK in 1984
This week Bob Marley’s compilation album Legend was at #1. The album holds the distinction of being the second longest-charting album in the history of Billboard magazine. Combining its chart life on the Billboard 200 and the Top Pop Catalog Albums charts, Legend has had a chart run of 992 non-consecutive weeks, surpassed only by Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon at 1574 week

21-6-16

SONGS PLAYED
Shakatak – Down on the Street
Duran Duran – Girls On Film
Glass Tiger – Don’t Forget About Me (When I’m Gone)
Five Star – Rain or Shine
Run DMC – Walk This Way
Blancmange – Living On The Ceiling
Soft Cell – Torch
Sam Brown – Stop
Natalie Cole – Miss You Like Crazy
Level 42 – Running In The Family
Rod Stewart – Baby Jane
Heaven 17 – Temptation
Daryl Hall & John Oates – Family Man
Rolling Stones – Harlem Shuffle
The Bangles – Walking Down Your Street
Transvision Vamp – I Want Your Love
Womack and Womack – Teardrops
Bob Marley – Could You Be Loved
David Bowie – Fashion
Ottawan – Hands Up (Give me Your Heart)
Musical Youth – Pass the Dutchie
Bros – I Owe You Nothing
Soul II Soul feat Caron Wheeler – Back To Life
Matt Bianco – Get Out of your Lazy Bed
The Thompson Twins – Doctor! Doctor!
Modern Romance – Best Years of Our Lives
Paul Young – Everytime You Go Away
Hue & Cry – Looking For Linda
Squeeze – Another Nail In My Heart
a-ha – The Living Daylights

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21 June 2016

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NEWS THIS WEEK in 1984
This week Bob Marley’s compilation album Legend was at #1. The album holds the distinction of being the second longest-charting album in the history of Billboard magazine. Combining its chart life on the Billboard 200 and the Top Pop Catalog Albums charts, Legend has had a chart run of 992 non-consecutive weeks, surpassed only by Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon at 1574 week

21-6-16

SONGS PLAYED
Shakatak – Down on the Street
Duran Duran – Girls On Film
Glass Tiger – Don’t Forget About Me (When I’m Gone)
Five Star – Rain or Shine
Run DMC – Walk This Way
Blancmange – Living On The Ceiling
Soft Cell – Torch
Sam Brown – Stop
Natalie Cole – Miss You Like Crazy
Level 42 – Running In The Family
Rod Stewart – Baby Jane
Heaven 17 – Temptation
Daryl Hall & John Oates – Family Man
Rolling Stones – Harlem Shuffle
The Bangles – Walking Down Your Street
Transvision Vamp – I Want Your Love
Womack and Womack – Teardrops
Bob Marley – Could You Be Loved
David Bowie – Fashion
Ottawan – Hands Up (Give me Your Heart)
Musical Youth – Pass the Dutchie
Bros – I Owe You Nothing
Soul II Soul feat Caron Wheeler – Back To Life
Matt Bianco – Get Out of your Lazy Bed
The Thompson Twins – Doctor! Doctor!
Modern Romance – Best Years of Our Lives
Paul Young – Everytime You Go Away
Hue & Cry – Looking For Linda
Squeeze – Another Nail In My Heart
a-ha – The Living Daylights

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21 June 2016

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NEWS THIS WEEK in 1984
This week Bob Marley’s compilation album Legend was at #1. The album holds the distinction of being the second longest-charting album in the history of Billboard magazine. Combining its chart life on the Billboard 200 and the Top Pop Catalog Albums charts, Legend has had a chart run of 992 non-consecutive weeks, surpassed only by Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon at 1574 week

21-6-16

SONGS PLAYED
Shakatak – Down on the Street
Duran Duran – Girls On Film
Glass Tiger – Don’t Forget About Me (When I’m Gone)
Five Star – Rain or Shine
Run DMC – Walk This Way
Blancmange – Living On The Ceiling
Soft Cell – Torch
Sam Brown – Stop
Natalie Cole – Miss You Like Crazy
Level 42 – Running In The Family
Rod Stewart – Baby Jane
Heaven 17 – Temptation
Daryl Hall & John Oates – Family Man
Rolling Stones – Harlem Shuffle
The Bangles – Walking Down Your Street
Transvision Vamp – I Want Your Love
Womack and Womack – Teardrops
Bob Marley – Could You Be Loved
David Bowie – Fashion
Ottawan – Hands Up (Give me Your Heart)
Musical Youth – Pass the Dutchie
Bros – I Owe You Nothing
Soul II Soul feat Caron Wheeler – Back To Life
Matt Bianco – Get Out of your Lazy Bed
The Thompson Twins – Doctor! Doctor!
Modern Romance – Best Years of Our Lives
Paul Young – Everytime You Go Away
Hue & Cry – Looking For Linda
Squeeze – Another Nail In My Heart
a-ha – The Living Daylights

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