Episode 2: Smash Hits 17-30 May 1989

Simon and Gavin welcome you aboard The Giddy Carousel of Pop!

In this second episode of the Smash Hits appreciation podcast, we have a good look at Ver Hits from 17-30 May 1989, with our guest Rachael Galletly lending a helping hand in this rummage through the back issues of pop.

Among the regular fortnightly features (Bitz, RVSP, Singles & Albums Reviews, lyrics and posters), artists discussed include: Roxette, Kylie Minogue, Queen, Fuzzbox, Sam Brown, Stefan Dennis, Bros, Debbie Gibson, Jason Donovan, Danny Wilson, London Boys, Soul II Soul, WASP, Eddy Grant, Paula Abdul, Reynolds Girls, Sonia, Big Fun, Tom Jones, Dirty Dancing, Hue & Cry, Poison and loads more.

You can read the issue for yourself thanks to Like Punk Never Happened and Smash Hits Remembered and also check out the music from its pages on our Spotify and YouTube playlists. It’s the next best thing to taping it off the radio!

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