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25/04/85 (Gary Davies & Mike Read)
Bronski Beat & Marc Almond – “I Feel Love” (7)
A somewhat awkward looking and slightly self-conscious performance to get the show underway this week. Maybe Jimmy knew that this would be his final single with Bronski Beat? It peaked at number 3.
Phil Collins – “One More Night” (4) (video)
At its peak, and edited out of tonight's 7.30pm showing.
The Rah Band – “Clouds Across The Moon” (6)
Set '2000 years into the future' according to Mike Read, but it went no further up the charts.
New Model Army – “No Rest” (36) (breaker)
Their first of seven top 40 hits, this one peaked at number 28.
Debarge – “Rhythm Of The Night” (34) (breaker)
Their only top ten hit, peaking at number 4.
Eurythmics – “Would I Lie To You?” (31) (breaker)
Peaked at number 17.
Freddie Mercury – “I Was Born To Love You” (23) (breaker)
Featuring a £100,000 video - the song reached number 11.
David Grant & Jaki Graham – “Could It Be I’m Falling In Love?” (5)
At its peak.
USA For Africa – “We Are The World” (1) (video)
It's not as bad as I remembered it. Everyone jostling for the mic and desperately trying to out sing each other is even quite amusing!
Vikki – brief interview ~ This year's Eurovision entry didn't get much of a showcase tonight! Despite her confidence, her song Love Is came fourth, and peaked at number 49 in the charts. Mike Read sounded like he just couldn't care less!
Steve Arrington – “Feel So Real” (20) (audience dancing/credits)
His only top ten hit which peaked at number 5.
Come back in telly time with us to 25 April 1985. But don't watch Street Hawk on "the other side". It's #TOTP on @BBCFour at 7.30pm. pic.twitter.com/e5q6yhjZpo— BBC Four (@BBCFOUR) February 22, 2018
May 2nd is next and it's yet another Mike Smith one.