Going to the British pop chart this week in 1983, the song at its peak position of #3 was originally recorded by The Beatles for their 1968 "White Album". Here's Siouxsie and the Banshees (with Robert Smith of the Cure as their guitarist) with their biggest hit on the British charts - "Dear Prudence".
I was planning to post this song the next time I featured the year 1986 in the thread, but since I heard Deon Estus passed away I figured it was appropriate to include today. From this week in 1986 was the final single released by Wham! in the United States - "Where Did Your Heart Go?". With Deon Estus on bass, it was at #67 on the Hot 100 this week and would only go to #50.
At #52 on the Hot 100 this week in 1987, and going on to peak at #47, is a dance song by Noel which managed to spend 22 weeks on the chart pre-Soundscan despite not hitting the Top 40 - "Silent Morning".