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  • 16 Mar 85

    01 Run To You - Bryan Adams [27]
    02 Legs - ZZ Top [18]
    03 Forever Man - Eric Clapton [51]
    04 Sussudio - Phil Collins [52]
    05 You're The Inspiration - Chicago [31]
    06 Just Another Night - Mick Jagger [38]
    07 The Boys Of Summer - Don Henley [20]
    08 Radioactive - The Firm
    09 I Want To Know What Love Is - Foreigner [43]
    10 The Heat Is On - Glenn Frey [41]
    11 California Girls - David Lee Roth
    12 We Belong - Pat Benatar
    13 Let Me Down Easy - Stranglers
    14 Land Of Hope And Glory - Ex Pistols
    15 Howling At The Moon - Ramones [85]
    16 Manitou - Venom
    17 The Old Man Down The Road - John Fogerty
    18 Love Ain't No Stranger - Whitesnake
    19 Gimme All Your Lovin' - ZZ Top
    20 Can't Fight This Feeling - REO Speedwagon [71]
    21 Sea Of Love - Honeydrippers
    22 Just A Shadow - Big Country
    23 Perfect Strangers - Deep Purple
    24 The Night The Master Comes - Uli Jon Roth
    25 Animal (F*** Like A Beast) - W.A.S.P.
    26 High In High School - Madam X
    27 Spy - Robin George
    28 I Can't Live Without Your Love - Terraplane
    29 Hot For Teacher - Van Halen
    30 School Daze - W.A.S.P.

    No prior week positions given as this chart was compiled in-house by Spotlight Productions.

    It's easy to spot several debatable inclusions here!


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    • 30 Mar 85

      01 (-) Cover Me - Bruce Springsteen [18]
      02(02) Legs - ZZ Top [42]
      03 (-) Somebody - Bryan Adams [39]
      04 (-) Absolute Reality - The Alarm [48]
      05 (-) Love Is A Battlefield - Pat Benatar [34]
      06(10) The Heat Is On - Glenn Frey [23]
      07(01) Run To You - Bryan Adams [66]
      08(03) Forever Man - Eric Clapton [69]
      09(06) Just Another Night - Mick Jagger
      10(20) Can't Fight This Feeling - REO Speedwagon [38]
      11(09) I Want To Know What Love Is - Foreigner
      12(04) Sussudio - Phil Collins
      13 (-) Myzsterious Mizster Jones - Slade [50]
      14 (-) Piece Of The Action - Meat Loaf [49]
      15(05) You're The Inspiration - Chicago [72]
      16(15) Howling At The Moon - Ramones
      17(11) California Girls - David Lee Roth
      18 (-) Falling - Tobruk
      19 (-) Rockarama - Uriah Heep
      20(25) Animal (F*** Like A Beast) - W.A.S.P.
      21(08) Radioactive - The Firm
      22(17) The Old Man Down The Road - John Fogerty
      23(18) Love Ain't No Stranger - Whitesnake
      24(12) We Belong - Pat Benatar
      25 (-) I Survive - Terraplane
      26 (-) Sharp Dressed Man - ZZ Top
      27 (-) Call To The Heart - Giuffria
      28(19) Gimme All Your Lovin' - ZZ Top
      29(14) Land Of Hope And Glory - Ex Pistols
      30 (-) Creeping Death - Metallica

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      • Well if that's how the original Sounds/Kerrang! charts ended up, no wonder they didn't last. Phil Collins and Mick Jagger??? Members of the Eagles??

        I did wonder over the years why Springsteen was never considered for these sort of charts - the ones in Number 1 magazine and on Channel 4 / ITV's The Chart Show - while Bryan and Rick Springfield were. But it's clear that a lot of his stuff is not really heavy enough. But of course you could point out Pat Benatar making pop records during this period. She was included on all rock charts but Billy Idol - who also went synthesised - was never. Yet Billy had the great Steve Stevens by his side ensuring the guitar sound was there at least occasionally.

        That Ex Pistols thing was later revealed to be a con by early Pistols producer Dave Goodman. None of the Pistols were on it. Some old Guinness chart books still give a note saying it's early Sex Pistols. It is not.
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        • As far as I remember that "Ex Pistols" single was generally acknowledged as an amusingly accurate pastiche on release.

          Here's what the Kerrang! mag I've just been posting from had to say:

          "This must rank as one of the more daring spoofs of recent years. They've ripped off the Sex Pistols name, logo and sound (the Johnny Rotten soundalike is, I'm told, a young Pakistani with a nifty ear for the punk mannerism!) the Virgin Records logo and Elgar to boot! This record is nothing if not brazen. It's a laff and the rip-off is so well executed that any Pistols fan should lap it up...."

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          • I have to admit I thought the Ex Pistols record was by the real thing though by February 1985 I was taking less notice of a lot of chart music so probably gave the record little more than a cursory glance and then totally ignored it.

            Blondini is right about some of the records that are making the charts - 'Sussidio' is more pop dance than rock. I wonder who was deciding which acts were allowed to chart. It certainly doesn't seem like a genre chart. It just seems like the qualifying rules was a white rock act regardless of how rock the act actually were. I don't mind Bruce Springsteen being in there though as 'Born In The USA' is a great album even though some of it is more AOR than actual rock.

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            • 13 Apr 85

              01(01) Cover Me - Bruce Springsteen [20]
              02(05) Love Is A Battlefield - Pat Benatar [23]
              03(03) Somebody - Bryan Adams [36]
              04(10) Can't Fight This Feeling - REO Speedwagon [19]
              05 (-) That Was Yesterday - Foreigner [39]
              06(13) Myzsterious Mizster Jones - Slade [60]
              07(14) Piece Of The Action - Meat Loaf [57]
              08 (-) Just Like An Arrow - Magnum [85]
              09(02) Legs - ZZ Top
              10 (-) Don't Come Around Here No More - Tom Petty [64]
              11(08) Forever Man - Eric Clapton [77]
              12(07) Run To You - Bryan Adams
              13 (-) One More Night - Phil Collins [27]
              14(18) Falling - Tobruk
              15 (-) Turn Up The Radio - Autograph
              16(11) I Want To Know What Love is - Foreigner
              17 (-) Still Loving You - Scorpions
              18(24) We Belong - Pat Benatar
              19 (-) The Price - Twisted Sister
              20(20) Animal (F*** Like A Beast) - W.A.S.P.
              21 (-) Why Can't I Have You - Cars
              22 (-) Only The Young - Journey
              23(25) I Survive - Terraplane
              24(15) You're the Inspiration - Chicago [92]
              25 (-) White Lies - Jason and The Scorchers
              26(30) Creeping Death - Metallica
              27(19) Rockarama - Uriah Heep
              28 (-) Manitou - Venom
              29(27) Call To The Heart - Giuffria
              30(21) Radioactive - The Firm

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              • Originally posted by Metalweb View Post
                As far as I remember that "Ex Pistols" single was generally acknowledged as an amusingly accurate pastiche on release.

                Here's what the Kerrang! mag I've just been posting from had to say:

                "This must rank as one of the more daring spoofs of recent years. They've ripped off the Sex Pistols name, logo and sound (the Johnny Rotten soundalike is, I'm told, a young Pakistani with a nifty ear for the punk mannerism!) the Virgin Records logo and Elgar to boot! This record is nothing if not brazen. It's a laff and the rip-off is so well executed that any Pistols fan should lap it up...."
                Yeah - journalists would have known but clearly Guinness were still none the wiser for many years. The Ex Pistols name wasn't actually banned until a court case in 92.
                Tony's Charts ft Hits / Albums (11th July 20) - Jessie Ware breaks a record! Plus Jessie Frye, Teenage Joans, AA Williams, Allie X, Samantha Crain, Future Islands, San Cisco, Static-X, Ghum, Liza Owen, Wye Oak, Declan McKenna, Blues Pills, Kid Cudi ft Eminem, Polly Scattergood, Dream Wife, Willie Nelson, Keleketla!...

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                • Listening to it again for the first time in decades it now sounds pretty phony...

                  https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q...6FORM%3DHDRSC3


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                  • 27 Apr 85

                    01(13) One More Night - Phil Collins [4]
                    02(02) Love Is A Battlefield - Pat Benatar [17]
                    03(04) Can't Fight This Feeling - REO Speedwagon [21]
                    04(01) Cover Me - Bruce Springsteen [42]
                    05(05) That Was Yesterday - Foreigner [28]
                    06 (-) So Far Away - Dire Straits [22]
                    07(03) Somebody - Bryan Adams [52]
                    08(10) Don't Come Around Here No More - Tom Petty [50]
                    09(08) Just Like An Arrow - Magnum
                    10 (-) Heartline - Robin George [72]
                    11(12) Run To You - Bryan Adams
                    12(06) Myzsterious Mizster Jones - Slade
                    13 (-) Hold On (To Your Love) - Shy
                    14(15) Turn Up The Radio - Autograph
                    15(11) Forever Man - Eric Clapton
                    16(07) Piece Of The Action - Meat Loaf
                    17(09) Legs - ZZ Top
                    18(16) I Want To Know What Love Is - Foreigner [98]
                    19(17) Still loving You - Scorpions
                    20 (-) Sunset Grill - Don Henley
                    21(29) Call To The Heart - Giuffria
                    22(22) Only The Young - Journey
                    23(14) Falling - Tobruk
                    24 (-) Along Comes A Woman - Chicago [96]
                    25(20) Animal (F*** Like A Beast) - W.A.S.P.
                    26(24) You're The Inspiration - Chicago
                    27 (-) High In Highschool - Madam X
                    28(26) Creeping Flesh - Metallica
                    29(28) Manitou - Venom
                    30(21) Why Can't I Have You - Cars

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                    • 11 May 85

                      01(01) One More Night - Phil Collins [10]
                      02(06) So Far Away - Dire Straits [23]
                      03(02) Love Is A Battlefield - Pat Benatar [37]
                      04(03) Can't Fight This Feeling - REO Speedwagon [42]
                      05(05) That Was Yesterday - Foreigner [47]
                      06(04) Cover Me - Bruce Springsteen [72]
                      07(08) Don't Come Around Here No More - Tom Petty
                      08(10) Heartline - Robin George [79]
                      09(07) Somebody - Bryan Adams
                      10 (-) The Knightmoves - Pallas
                      11(09) Just Like An Arrow - Magnum
                      12 (-) Rock And Roll Girls - John Fogerty [90]
                      13(14) Turn Up The Radio - Autograph
                      14 (-) Just A Gigolo / I Ain't Got Nobody - David Lee Roth
                      15(13) Hold On (To Your Love) - Shy
                      16(11) Run To You - Bryan Adams
                      17(20) Sunset Grill - Don Henley
                      18(27) High In High School - Madam X
                      19(25) Animal (F*** Like A Beast) - W.A.S.P.
                      20(24) Along Comes A Woman - Chicago
                      21(16) Piece Of The Action - Meat Loaf
                      22(18) I Want To Know What Love Is - Foreigner
                      23(15) Forever Man - Eric Clapton
                      24 (-) This Ain't Love - Coney Hatch
                      25(23) Falling - Tobruk
                      26(12) Myzsterious Mizster Jones - Slade
                      27(19) Still Loving You - Scorpions
                      28(17) Legs - ZZ Top
                      29(21) Call To The Heart - Giuffria
                      30(22) Only The Young - Journey

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                      • 25 May 85

                        01 (-) Kayleigh - Marillion [7]
                        02 (-) Out In The Fields - Gary Moore & Phil Lynott [18]
                        03(01) One More Night - Phil Collins [34]
                        04 (-) Modern Romance - Francis Rossi & Bernard Frost [54]
                        05(02) So Far Away - Dire Straits [64]
                        06(03) Love Is A Battlefield - Pat Benatar [74]
                        07 (-) Like A Virgin - Lords Of The New Church
                        08 (-) Pink And Black - Robert Plant [96]
                        09(06) Cover Me - Bruce Springsteen [88]
                        10(04) Can't Fight This Feeling - REO Speedwagon
                        11(08) Heartline - Robin George
                        12(05) That Was Yesterday - Foreigner
                        13(07) Don't Come Around Here No More - Tom Petty
                        14(12) Rock and Roll Girls - John Fogerty
                        15(10) The Knightmoves - Pallas
                        16(11) Just Like An Arrow - Magnum
                        17(17) Sunset Grill - Don Henley
                        18(14) Just A Gigolo / I Ain't Got Nobody - Van Halen
                        19 (-) Heart To Heart - David Knopfler
                        20(09) Somebody - Bryan Adams
                        21 (-) Celebrate Youth - Rick Springfield [80]
                        22(16) Run To You - Bryan Adams
                        23(23) Forever Man - Eric Clapton
                        24(13) Turn Up The Radio - Autograph
                        25(20) Along Comes A Woman - Chicago
                        26(21) Piece Of The Action - Meat Loaf
                        27(22) I Want To Know What Love Is - Foreigner
                        28(18) High In High School - Madam X
                        29(25) Falling - Tobruk
                        30(15) Hold On (To Your Love) - Shy

                        Marillion do a J.M.Barrie and crash in at the top...

                        W.A.S.P. (and their asterisks) finally depart after a record-busting year on the chart...

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                        • I wonder how many copies the W.A.S.P. single sold? By modern standards (where singles "sell" 5,000 a week and still fail to make the unpublished top 200 Singles chart) it wouldn't be much but it must have sold a fair few by mid 80s standards for a single that failed to make the top 40. And it even got a re-issue (or was it a re-recording?) in 1988 which would have added a few thousand more.

                          David Knopfler joins brother Mark in the top 20. Although ultimately not as successful as his brother once he left Dire Straits in 1980, he has been more prolific in his output and has continued to release albums right up to this year.

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                          • ^

                            The David Knopfler single doesn't do much for me but at least it's more enjoyable than the dreary So Far Away. I could never understand why that track was the first single off Brothers In Arms (or indeed, why it was the first track on the album).

                            Off topic but..... the B-side of So Far Away was Walk Of Life, which was a No.2 hit in it's own right less than a year later.

                            Is this a unique feat, chart fans? Has the flipside of another top twenty hit ever scored as the a-side of a separate release so soon afterwards?
                            Last edited by Metalweb; Sun June 28th, 2020, 01:08.

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                            • From the same era 'How Soon Is Now' by The Smiths was the B side of 'William, It Was Really Nothing' before becoming the A side (in a shorter version) of their next single. However, unlike 'Walk Of Life', 'How Soon Is Now' fell just short of the top 20 when promoted to the A side.

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                              • ^

                                Ah, yes!

                                Forgot that one.

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                                • Whitesnake Still Of The Night, a UK #16, had Here I Go Again (1987) as it's B side, which in a slightly remixed version made #9 later the same year.

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                                  • Originally posted by Robbie View Post
                                    I wonder how many copies the W.A.S.P. single sold? By modern standards (where singles "sell" 5,000 a week and still fail to make the unpublished top 200 Singles chart) it wouldn't be much but it must have sold a fair few by mid 80s standards for a single that failed to make the top 40. And it even got a re-issue (or was it a re-recording?) in 1988 which would have added a few thousand more.
                                    88 version was called Live Animal because it was a live recording. OCC site database doesn't recognise this.

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                                    • 8 June 85

                                      01(01) Kayleigh - Marillion [3]
                                      02(02) Out In The Fields - Gary Moore & Phil Lynott [5]
                                      03 (-) Heaven - Bryan Adams [38]
                                      04 (-) In And Out Of Love - Bon Jovi
                                      05(03) One More Night - Phil Collins [65]
                                      06 (-) Needle In The Groove - Mama's Boys
                                      07(21) Celebrate Youth - Rick Springfield [87]
                                      08(05) So Far Away - Dire Straits
                                      09(04) Modern Romance - Francis Rossi & Bernard Frost
                                      10 (-) Rock Me All Over - Lee Aaron
                                      11 (-) Secrets In The Street - Nils Lofgren [71]
                                      12(08) Pink and Black - Robert Plant
                                      13(07) Like A Virgin - Lords of the New Church
                                      14(11) Heartline - Robin George
                                      15(06) Love Is A Battlefield - Pat Benatar [90]
                                      16 (-) One Lonely Night - REO Speedwagon
                                      17(15) The Knightmoves - Pallas
                                      18(09) Cover Me - Bruce Springsteen
                                      19(13) Don't Come Around Here No More - Tom Petty
                                      20(16) Just Like An Arrow - Magnum
                                      21(30) Hold On (To Your Love) - Shy
                                      22 (-) Poor Little Rich Girl - Uriah Heep
                                      23(10) Can't Fight This Feeling - REO Speedwagon
                                      24(12) That Was Yesterday - Foreigner
                                      25(14) Rock and Roll Girls - John Fogerty
                                      26(20) Somebody - Bryan Adams
                                      27(17) Sunset Grill - Don Henley
                                      28(23) Forever Man - Eric Clapton
                                      29 (-) Run To Your Lover - Randy California
                                      30(19) Heart to Heart - David Knopfler

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                                      • 22 June 85

                                        01(01) Kayleigh - Marillion [4]
                                        02(02) Out In The Fields - Gary Moore & Phil Lynott [16]
                                        03 (-) I'm On Fire / Born In The USA - Bruce Springsteen [13]
                                        04(03) Heaven - Bryan Adams [58]
                                        05 (-) Knocking At Your Back Door - Deep Purple [78]
                                        06(11) Secrets In The Street - Nils Lofgren [62]
                                        07 (-) Shadows Of The Night - Pat Benatar [50]
                                        08 (-) Hot For Teacher - Van Halen [89]
                                        09(04) In And Out Of Love - Bon Jovi
                                        10 (-) Wishing Well - Free
                                        11(18) Cover Me - Bruce Springsteen
                                        12(05) One More Night - Phil Collins [86]
                                        13(10) Rock Me All Over - Lee Aaron
                                        14(06) Needle In The Groove - Mama's Boys
                                        15 (-) On A Storyteller's Night - Magnum
                                        16(07) Celebrate Youth - Rick Springfield
                                        17 (-) Animal (F*** Like A Beast) - W.A.S.P.
                                        18 (-) See The Light Shining - Rising Force
                                        19(08) So Far Away - Dire Straits
                                        20(12) Pink And Black - Robert Plant
                                        21(09) Modern Romance - Francis Rossi & Bernard Frost
                                        22(17) The Knightmoves - Pallas
                                        23 (-) Sentimental Street - Night Ranger
                                        24(13) Like A Virgin - Lords of the New Church
                                        25(16) One Lonely Night - REO Speedwagon
                                        26(23) Can't Fight This Feeling - REO Speedwagon
                                        27(19) Don't Come Around Here No More - Tom Petty
                                        28(14) Heartline - Robin George
                                        29(15) Love Is A Battlefield - Pat Benatar
                                        30(25) Rock and Roll Girls - John Fogerty

                                        Well, it wasn't gone for long...W.A.S.P. return courtesy of a limited edition picture disc released to commemorate their year on the rock charts....

                                        https://www.bing.com/images/search?v...x=8&ajaxhist=0

                                        Meanwhile, strong new entries from Van Halen (best track on 1984), Deep Purple (best track on Perfect Strangers) and Bruce (best track on Born in the USA).

                                        Free's Wishing Well, though, is a rather pointless remix of the '73 classic.

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                                        • Two of my favourite shaped picture discs, this the Pigs head anniversary edition and also the original codpiece/saw one. Remember my mother not being too impressed with the codpiece one, but liking the pig one!

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                                          • You showed them to your mother ?!?!

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                                            • I agree that 'I'm On Fire' is the best track from 'Born In The USA'. It was around this time in 1985 (I've checked the date, it was actually either the 4th or 5th of June as he played both evenings) that I got to hear Bruce Springsteen live in concert. Bruce was undertaking a UK tour and on the 4th and 5th June he played at St James Park football ground in Newcastle. I didn't have a ticket but along with some friends (and many others gathered there) I stood outside the ground and listened to the entire concert. And magnificent it was too. While I would have preferred to have been inside and actually seeing Bruce performing this was the next best thing. The ground was open terracing back then so there was nothing to muffle the sound. And as the ground is on the edge of the city centre the sound would have travelled for miles in all directions.

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                                              • Originally posted by Metalweb View Post
                                                You showed them to your mother ?!?!
                                                I did show the pig head one to her and she thought it was cool. She likes pigs! She actually had (maybe still has) a couple of Pink Floyd live posters with the floating pig.The other one she came across on the turntable! She was into rock, hard rock, got me into stuff like Zep, Purple, Nazareth, Aerosmith and even Guns N Roses. She bought Appetite For Destruction (with the original cover) when it came out, after hearing a few tracks on the radio, I didn't even know who they were at that point.

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                                              • Originally posted by Robbie View Post
                                                I agree that 'I'm On Fire' is the best track from 'Born In The USA'. It was around this time in 1985 (I've checked the date, it was actually either the 4th or 5th of June as he played both evenings) that I got to hear Bruce Springsteen live in concert. Bruce was undertaking a UK tour and on the 4th and 5th June he played at St James Park football ground in Newcastle. I didn't have a ticket but along with some friends (and many others gathered there) I stood outside the ground and listened to the entire concert. And magnificent it was too. While I would have preferred to have been inside and actually seeing Bruce performing this was the next best thing. The ground was open terracing back then so there was nothing to muffle the sound. And as the ground is on the edge of the city centre the sound would have travelled for miles in all directions.
                                                It's a cliché but a true one - back in his day Springsteen was unsurpassed as a live performer.

                                                I saw him at The Brighton Centre on 27 May 1981 (during The River Tour) and it's still the best gig I ever went to.

                                                He actually opened with Born To Run - how brave was that!

                                                Happier times...

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                                                • Originally posted by Metalweb View Post

                                                  It's a cliché but a true one - back in his day Springsteen was unsurpassed as a live performer.

                                                  I saw him at The Brighton Centre on 27 May 1981 (during The River Tour) and it's still the best gig I ever went to.

                                                  He actually opened with Born To Run - how brave was that!

                                                  Happier times...
                                                  The setlist for Bruce's performance on the 4th and 5th June 1985 at St James Park looks impressive! Given the passage of time I can't remember whether it was the 4th or the 5th June I heard him but both nights had an impressive line-up of songs. And with 'Born In The USA' to kick off proceedings!

                                                  4 June: https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/bruce...-33d7b01d.html

                                                  5 June: https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/bruce...-3bd7b01c.html

                                                  and the concert you saw, from 27 May 1981!: https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/bruce...-5bd7afe4.html
                                                  Last edited by Robbie; Tue June 30th, 2020, 18:20.

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                                                  • ^

                                                    Thanks. Glad to find my memory wasn't deceiving me!

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                                                    • and for the final bit, I found this on Youtube, Bruce Springsteen singing at St James Park back in 1985! It's Bruce's introduction of his concert on one of the two evenings...

                                                      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0GXkEYD12uo

                                                      Though I'm not sure I agree with the introduction by the TV commentator of the "potentially melancholy surroundings of Newcastle United football ground"! Pah!
                                                      Last edited by Robbie; Thu July 2nd, 2020, 12:34.

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                                                      • 6 July 85

                                                        01(03) I'm On Fire/Born In The USA - Bruce Springsteen [8]
                                                        02(01) Kayleigh - Marillion [10]
                                                        03(02) Out In The Fields - Gary Moore & Phil Lynott [35]
                                                        04 (-) Cold As Ice (Remix) - Foreigner [79]
                                                        05(05) Knocking At Your Back Door - Deep Purple
                                                        06(06) Secrets In The Street - Nils Lofgren
                                                        07(07) Shadows Of The Night - Pat Benatar [63]
                                                        08(08) Hot For Teacher - Van Halen
                                                        09(10) Wishing Well - Free
                                                        10(17) Animal (F*** Like A Beast) - W.A.S.P.
                                                        11(04) Heaven - Bryan Adams
                                                        12(11) Cover Me - Bruce Springsteen
                                                        13(09) In And Out Of Love - Bon Jovi
                                                        14(13) Rock Me All Over - Lee Aaron
                                                        15(23) Sentimental Street - Night Ranger
                                                        16 (-) Black Night - Deep Purple
                                                        17(12) One More Night - Phil Collins
                                                        18 (-) Smoke On The Water - Deep Purple
                                                        19(14) Needle In The Groove - Mama's Boys
                                                        20 (-) Fireball - Deep Purple
                                                        21 (-) Strange Kind Of Woman - Deep Purple
                                                        22 (-) Dance With The Devil - Phenomena
                                                        23(19) So Far Away - Dire Straits
                                                        24 (-) Heaven Tonight - Waysted
                                                        25(16) Celebrate Youth - Rick Springfield
                                                        26(15) On A Storyteller's Night - Magnum
                                                        27 (-) When You're Hot - Terraplane
                                                        28 (-) Sole Survivor - Heavy Pettin'
                                                        29 (-) Just A Gigolo / I Ain't Got Nobody - David Lee Roth
                                                        30 (-) I Want To Know What Love Is - Foreigner

                                                        The Deep Purple re-entries were Limited Edition 12 inch singles.

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                                                        • I don't recall a remix of 'Cold As Ice' charting. Is there any reason why the single was remixed and released? I can't find any Best Of type album being released around this time.

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                                                          • Judging by the picture sleeve it's a cash in on the then recent success of the Agent Provocateur album.

                                                            To be fair it's a good remix - the original production was a tad on the sparse side.

                                                            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i2overOLrVU

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