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Chart Songwords Magazine Guide

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Launched in January 1979 Chart Songwords was an offshoot of Disco 45 magazine, a monthly title which had been in print since November 1970. Chart Songwords was also published monthly and lasted at least a respectable 47 issues before folding in 1983.



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#01. January 1979 - Boney M. (back)
#02. February 1979 - Leif Garrett. (back)
#03. March 1979 - Village People. (back)
#04. April 1979 - Showaddywaddy. (back)
#05. May 1979 - Blondie. (back)
#06. June 1979 - Wings. (back)
#07. July 1979 - Boomtown Rats.
#08. August 1979 - Racey. (back)
#09. September 1979 - Leo Sayer. (2)
#10. October 1979 - Abba. (back)
#11. November 1979 - Police.
#12. December 1979 - The Tourists.
#13. January 1980 - Suzi Q. (back)
#14. February 1980 - Blondie. (back)
#15. March 1980. (back)
#16. April 1980 - Pauline Black. -
#17. May 1980 - The Specials. (back)
#18. June 1980 - Sting. (back)
#19. July 1980 - Siouxsie Sioux. (back)
#20. August 1980. (back)
#21. September 1980 - Gary Numan.
#22. October 1980 - Blondie. (back)
#23. November 1980 - Bob Geldof. (back)
#24. December 1980 - The Beat.
#25. January 1981 - Visage. (?)
#26. February 1981 - Adam Ant.
#27. March 1981 - Simon Le Bon. (back)
#28. April 1981 - Kim Wilde. (back)
#29. May 1981 - Toyah. (back)
#30. June 1981 - Terry Hall.
#31. July 1981 - Shakin' Stevens.
#32. August 1981 - Buster Bloodvessel.
#33. September 1981 - Toyah. (?/? | back)
#34. October 1981.
#35. November 1981 - Soft Cell.
#36. December 1981.
#37. January 1982 - Haircut 100.
#38. February 1982. (?/? | ?/? | ?/? | ?/? | ?/? | back)
#39. April/May 1982 - Classix.
#40. June/July 1982.
#41. August/September 1982 - Yazoo.
#42. October/November 1982.
#43. December 1982/January 1983.
#44. February/March 1983.
#45. April/May 1983.
#46. June/July 1983.
#47. August/September 1983 - Eurythmics.



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