That just leaves 1984 as the year with the longest gap. The next possible new chart for that year would be 6/23, but there's a good chance it could be next week though, and I think Premiere recently featured the chart date in question (6/9).
Still, I hope they'll consider doing 6/1/85 next year. It would certainly be better than them doing the latter half of that month for the umpteenth time.
Indeed, now they're running June 5, 1982, reflecting the midweek change. Had they stuck with 1985, that would have meant not only a too short gap between 1985 shows when there are several other years not played in longer, but yet another year to be encored by Casey next week.
That being said, I'm hoping they don't neglect 1984 for too much longer like they're appearing to do as of late.
It would've just been 10 weeks if 1984 were going next instead of 1986, but in truth, the rest of June is much better for 84 - 6/16 has been done, but only in 2012, while 6/23 and 6/30 have not been done. (If 6/9 were going instead of 1986, in contrast, that was last done in 2018.)
That's good to hear. We thought we were getting a 2012 repeat when the erroneous 1980 announcement a couple months ago but next week that could very well happen. The 80s appears to be in better shape with the chart selections so far this month anyway with the 90s and 2000s both being recent repeats to start June off.
Also has anyone noticed that the 80s had put "Running Up That Hill" in their regular rotation now because of its use in Stranger Things?