RC 255: Pop Is Dead #3 – Bottom of the Pops

How’s about that, then? Goodness gracious as it ‘appens guys and gals we have another episode of the Pop Is Dead series, this one about the Topper of The Poppermost, Always In Colour Top of the Pops! Awight! Not ‘alf!

Let’s see the chart rundown, while the Disco Dolllies, St Wunniful’s School Choir and Pan’s Hot Legs run away from being groped to various popular tunes of the day, Pop Pickers! Let’s start at 10 and go down, just how I like ’em! *boom boom*

But seriously folks, do you like my silly hat? It might help me as a disguise in a future court case. Oh dear, it’s the end of the show, here comes PC Plod, and so was I with a Mini Pop..

Quack-Quack Oops! It’s a Non-Mover at 16…Much Too Old. (146Mb, 1:56)

  • Cuban Boys – Inertia Kicks (radio edit)
  • Pet Shop Boys – Ego Music
  • Denim – Here Is My Song for Europe
  • Soft Cell – Monoculture (Playgroup Remix)
  • Nick Lowe – Shake and Pop
  • Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine – Do Re Me, So Far So Good
  • The Rezillos – Top of the Pops
  • The Kinks – Top Of The Pops
  • Gonzales – Bottom Of The Pops
  • Lupe Fiasco – Dumb It Down (featuring Gemstones & Graham Burris)
  • Non-Prophets – Mainstream 307
  • DJ Drama & Dead prez – Far From Over
  • Cassetteboy – Skoko!
  • Stan Freberg – Sh-Boom
  • National Lampoon – Art Rock Suite
  • 10cc – The Worst Band In The World
  • NoFX – Medio-Core
  • The Divine Comedy – Dumb It Down
  • Akala – Find No Enemy
  • Desmond Dekker – Where Did It Go
  • Susanna & the Magical Orchestra – It’s A Long Way To The Top

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