1980 was an exciting time in music with the electro-pop pioneers coming through to the forefront, and also a host of new wave and post punk bands and artists made the charts. You also had the tail end of disco as well as plenty of rock if that was your bag.
Alternatively we could see songs such as 'There's No-one Quite Like Grandma'!
Last Edit: Feb 5, 2019 21:49:54 GMT 1 by Whitneyfan
Possibly my rules were not very accurate, but I don't want to give any points deductions in the first round.
Shortly : 1. For singles - firstly watch UK date of the single release, if it's a single only for US, Europe, Australia e.t.c. - use that date. 2. For album tracks - use the date of UK release for the parent album, for non-UK releases - watch the rule about singles.
I even couldn't think about the dates of very limited releases. My thought about it : It's OK for rare tracks, which is not available on any studio albums or singles.