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Thursday

1983-07-07

Smash Hits

Issue: 07 - 20 July 1983, Paul Young cover [1]

Features: Paul Young, Jimmy the Hoover, Marc Almond, Marillion, Video Map,

Start: Double dutch skipping,

Bitz: Mike Oldfield, Gary Numan, Freeez, Blancmange VHS

Lyrics: Never Stop, Slow Motion (Gary Numan Star choice), After a Fashion, Who's That Girl?, I.O.U., War Baby

Singles: Never Stop, I Don't Remember, Just Fascination, Everyday I Write the Book, Cruel Summer, Who's That Girl?,

Albums: flashdance, Crises

Live: report: Rod Stewart, Bauhaus; dates: Depeche Mode, echo & the Bunnymen, David Essex

Centrespread:

Back cover: Duran Duran

Ads: Forbidden Colours, Love To Stay, After a Fashion, Just Fascination

Smash Hits, July 7, 1983 - p.01 Paul Young cover

Top of the Pops

presented David Jensen & John Peel [2]

  1. Roman Holliday – “Don’t Try To Stop It” (32)
  2. The Mary Jane Girls – “All Night Long” (24) 
  3. Iron Maiden – “The Trooper” (12) (video)
  4. Freeez – “IOU” (5) (Zoo)
  5. ELO – “Rock ‘N’ Roll Is King” (14) (video)
  6. The Cure – “The Walk” (34) 
  7. Jimmy The Hoover – “Tantalise (Wo Wo Ee Yeh Yeh)” (26)
    TOTP Chart Rundown 7th July 198302:55

    TOTP Chart Rundown 7th July 1983

  8. Eurythmics – “Who’s That Girl?” (29) (pre-recorded insert)
  9. Funk Masters – “It’s Over” (15) 
  10. Rod Stewart – “Baby Jane” (1) (video)
  11. Mike Oldfield – “Moonlight Shadow” (4) (audience dancing/credits)

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