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Chartbuster

Chartbuster

In the early 70's I had TonyBlackburn's 'Chartbuster'.

It was about making hit records and you aimed to get your record to number one. As you became more and more successful you played gigs in bigger venues and bought bigger and bigger cars. The songs all had really naff names (I remember one was called 'Here's Roses for You').

I used to play it with my boyfriend - he must have really liked me because we played it constantly for a few months! I wish I still had it because it was very absorbing and could take hours to finish!


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Chartbuster Last post by Sussie
19 December 2012

Do You Remember Chartbuster?

Do You Remember Chartbuster?

  • Anonymous user
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    We used to play it all the time when I was little and thought it was a great game. I played it for the first time with my niece and nephew tonight and they enjoyed it even though it's dated. Couldn't quiet remember the rules exactly, but we managed ok.
  • Anonymous user
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    I used to play it with my brother - loved it
  • Anonymous user
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    great game played it for hours with my mates on rainy days i remember you, started with a few quid and bought a ford van to get you to more venues the more money u made the better transport u could buy and get to bigger venues. wish i still had it.
  • Anonymous user
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    ive still got this! much to my dads delight! (NOT) it used to take ages to play and i always use to threaten him with it! bless