Including the Pop
Master Quiz and Tracks of My Tears, in which a celebrity picks their Top Ten favourite records.
Plus the Headline Hunt and the chance to fax an apology to someone on [number removed].
Featuring a Gene
Vincent track from the 1958 movie Hot Rod
Gangand three hits released by the indie label Cameo, with top tunes by Charlie ! Gracie, John Zacherle (the "Cool Ghoul") and the Orlons. This week's country crossover is
Waterloo by Stonewall Jackson.
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