When your skirt is a lampshade
07/04/88 (Gary Davies & Simon Mayo)
Taylor Dayne – “Prove Your Love” (15)
The press had been chasing her everywhere apparently but she's in the studio to get tonight's lively show underway with what became her second and final top ten hit when it peaked at number 8.
Fleetwood Mac – “Everywhere” (13) (video)
Nice video, but it's a shame they couldn't haul themselves into the studio with what became their tenth and final top ten hit when it peaked at number 4.
Glen Goldsmith – “Dreaming” (16)
Making his studio debut with what became his biggest hit and it peaked at number 12.
Hazell Dean – “Who’s Leaving Who” (20)
Four years on from her last hit Hazell's back with what became her third and final top ten hit when it peaked at number 4.
Natalie Cole – “Pink Cadillac” (24) (breaker)
Became her first of two top ten hits when it peaked at number 5.
AC/DC – “That’s The Way I Wanna Rock ‘N’ Roll” (22) (breaker)
Got no higher.
Pebbles – “Girlfriend” (23) (breaker)
Her only top ten hit, peaking at number 8.
Scott Fitzgerald – “Go” (not in chart)
This year's Eurovision offering - and it came within a whisker of winning, missing out by just one point to Celine Dion! It didn't do so well in the charts though, peaking at number 52.
Pet Shop Boys – “Heart” (1)
First of three weeks at the top for their fourth and final number one.
Jellybean featuring Adele Bertei – “Just A Mirage” (21) (video/credits)
His final top 40 hit and it peaked at number 13.
Next up is April 14th.