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1995 Festive Fifty


In 1976, BBC Radio One Icon John Peel created a music chart called the Festive Fifty. From 1982 the chart only consisted of the year’s top tracks chosen by the listeners. It would traditionally broadcast over Christmas Eve and Day.

This was the year Pulp’s quintessential album “Different Class” dropped; grabbing six positions, including the top two places on the chart. The album cover is a photograph entitled "Emma asleep on the sofa" (1995) by Corinne Day. Some tracks were removed because of 8tracks’ two tracks per artist and album policy.

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