This week in 1990, Sinead O'Connor was top of the album charts with her second long player (as we used to called them) - 'I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got'. The LP included the tracks 'I Am Stretched on Your Grave', 'The Emperors New Clothes' and the classic 'Nothing Compares to You'.
And check out some of the personnel who appear on the album - it reads like a 'who's who' of the 80s. Karl Wallinger of the Waterboys and World Party, Andy Rourke from The Smiths, Marco Pirroni from Adam and the Ants, and Scullion founder and RTE Radio 1 presenter, Philip King. ... See MoreSee Less
Starting tonight at 7pm, Gold Stars - where we delve into the RTE Radio Archives for a series of profiles of classic RTE Gold artists. Tonight Colm Keane talks to Peter Noone of Hermans Hermits in a programme first broadcast as part of the series 'Stars of the 60s' in 1995. ... See MoreSee Less
Starting right now on Gold - Will Leahy counts down the top 100 Irish songs of all time. I'm not privvy to the final countdown but I have a hunch there will be no Madonna or Bruce Spingsteen. ... See MoreSee Less