My 1989 Charts – May

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7th May 1989

A second and final week on top for the Bee Gees while Stevie Nicks biggest solo hit fires up at 2, closely followed by Transvision Vamp’s 2nd Top 10, and Edelweiss’ novelty Abba tune at 7, and The Cure’s return to the 10 after a few relative failures, gives them 7 Top 10’s and 14 hits in 9 years.

Sam Brown gets her witness to confirm she’s gone from 70 to 14, while Bobby Brown gets a high entry at 20 with the great dance track Every Little Step, only 6 years since he was in New Edition with a voice that hadn’t broken. Macca’s up to 22 putting on a brave face at not being in the 20 yet, while Debbie Gibson is electrifying at 29 (not really!) and Rod just can’t say no at 33 (I think we all knew that already). Cyndi meanwhile drove all night to get to 37 and De La Soul annoyingly just miss the 40 at 41 with me, myself and I. I lie, it was them, not me. Two legends struggle with new singles, Stevie Wonder and Queen, not to mention Morrissey’s not-so interesting drug, leaving PIL disappointed at 61 11 years on from their debut hit. Meanwhile comebacks from ABC and Diana Ross, Animotion’s follow-up to Number One Obsession 3 years late, Bon Jovi, Natalie Cole and Carly Simon all slip in amongst the much superior Manchild from Neneh Cherry, a lovely record.

1 ( 1 ) ORDINARY PEOPLE The Bee Gees
2 ( 24 ) ROOMS ON FIRE Stevie Nicks
3 ( 2 ) ETERNAL FLAME The Bangles
4 ( 8 ) THE LOOK Roxette
5 ( 13 ) BABY I DON’T CARE Transvision Vamp
6 ( 10 ) BEDS ARE BURNING Midnight Oil
7 ( 30 ) BRING ME EDELWEISS Edelweiss
8 ( 3 ) DAYDREAM BELIEVER/ A LITTLE BIT ME A LITTLE BIT YOU/ MONKEES THEME The Monkees
9 ( 5 ) GOOD THING Fine Young Cannibals
10 ( 16 ) LULLABY The Cure

11 ( 4 ) AMERICANOS Holly Johnson
12 ( 25 ) I’M EVERY WOMAN ’89 Chaka Khan
13 ( 19 ) YOU ON MY MIND Swing Out Sister
14 ( 70 ) CAN I GET A WITNESS Sam Brown
15 ( 11 ) WHO’S IN THE HOUSE Beatmasters featuring Merlin
16 ( 9 ) I BEG YOUR PARDON Kon Kan
17 ( 17 ) REQUIEM The London Boys
18 ( 7 ) GOT TO KEEP ON The Cookie Crew featuring Edwin Starr
19 ( 6 ) GET BACK The Beatles with Billy Preston
20 ( NEW ) EVERY LITTLE STEP Bobby Brown

21 ( 12 ) OF COURSE I’M LYING Yello
22 ( 31 ) MY BRAVE FACE Paul McCartney
23 ( 14 ) PEOPLE HOLD ON Coldcut featuring Lisa Stansfield
24 ( 71 ) HAND ON YOUR HEART Kylie Minogue
25 ( 33 ) I WON’T BACK DOWN Tom Petty
26 ( 21 ) THIS TIME I KNOW IT’S FOR REAL Donna Summer
27 ( 39 ) WHERE HAS ALL THE LOVE GONE Yazz
28 ( 15 ) AIN’T NOBODY BETTER Inner City
29 ( 46 ) ELECTRIC YOUTH Debbie Gibson
30 ( 26 ) STOP! IN THE NAME OF LOVE Diana Ross & The Supremes

31 ( 29 ) NOTHING HAS BEEN PROVED Dusty Springfield
32 ( 22 ) LIKE A PRAYER Madonna
33 ( 50 ) MY HEART CAN’T TELL YOU NO Rod Stewart
34 ( 23 ) THIS TIME Kiara with Shanice Wilson
35 ( 35 ) DON’T WORRY BABY The Everley Brothers and The Beach Boys
36 ( 27 ) KEEP ON MOVIN’ Soul II Soul featuring Caron Wheeler
37 ( 59 ) I DROVE ALL NIGHT Cyndi Lauper
38 ( 20 ) THROUGH THE STORM Aretha Franklin and Elton John
39 ( 18 ) ONLY THE LONELY T’Pau
40 ( 34 ) SHE’S A MYSTERY TO ME Roy Orbison

41 ( 57 ) ME MYSELF AND I De La Soul
42 ( 37 ) ELISABETH’S EYES Nik Kershaw
43 ( 48 ) THE THRILL HAS GONE Texas
44 ( 43 ) HEY JUDE The Beatles
45 ( 38 ) END OF THE LINE Traveling Wilbury’s
46 ( NEW ) WALKIN’ ON SUNSHINE Eddy Grant
47 ( 45 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
48 ( 40 ) CAN’T STAY AWAY FROM YOU Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine
49 ( NEW ) THAT’S WHEN I THINK OF YOU 1927″
50 ( 36 ) I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW ’89 Johnny Nash

51 ( 68 ) LOLLY LOLLY Wendy And Lisa
52 ( 28 ) MYSTIFIED INXS
53 ( 73 ) FREE Stevie Wonder
54 ( 53 ) LITTLE LIES Fleetwood Mac
55 ( 51 ) YOU GOT IT Roy Orbison
56 ( 49 ) STOP Sam Brown
57 ( 42 ) HEY MUSIC LOVER S’Express
58 ( 74 ) I WANT IT ALL Queen
59 ( 75 ) INTERESTING DRUG Morrissey
60 ( 58 ) HELLO GOODBYE The Beatles

61 ( NEW ) DISAPPOINTED Public Image Limited
62 ( 62 ) MOVE CLOSER Tom Jones
63 ( 61 ) SUGAR SUGAR The Archies
64 ( 54 ) LOVE IN THE NATURAL WAY Kim Wilde
65 ( NEW ) ONE BETTER WORLD ABC
66 ( NEW ) WORKIN’ OVERTIME Diana Ross
67 ( 66 ) YOU CAME Kim Wilde
68 ( 67 ) HEART Pet Shop Boys
69 ( 32 ) MUSICAL FREEDOM (MOVIN’ ON UP) Paul Simpson featuring Adeva
70 ( NEW ) ROOM TO MOVE Animotion

71 ( NEW ) I’LL BE THERE FOR YOU Bon Jovi
72 ( NEW ) MANCHILD Neneh Cherry
73 ( 72 ) WHAT HAVE I DONE (TO DESERVE THIS) Pet Shop Boys/ Dusty Springfield
74 ( NEW ) MISS YOU LIKE CRAZY Natalie Cole
75 ( RE ) LET THE RIVER RUN Carly Simon

 

14th May 1989

Stevie Nicks gets her only solo Number One, to add to her 2 Fleetwood Mac chart-toppers in 1979 and 1987, though she’d written many that came close for Mac, and deserves more. Bobby Brown steps up to 3, and Chaka Khan takes her 1978 Top 20 hit further second-time round and goes to 4 albeit in plinkety-plonk 1989 stylee, as remixing oldies (and not improving them in retrospect) continues as the rage: witness Style Council’s classic 1983 Long Hot summer at 14, and Gibson Brothers 1979 Que Sera Mi Vida at 18.

Macca goes top 10, Neneh Top 40, and highest proper new entry at 38 is the fab Pink Sunshine giving Fuzzbox two pop gems in a row. Eddy Grant takes his own cover of his song covered and a hit for Rockers Revenge in 1982 in to the Top 40 – Walkin’ On Sunshine, for 20 years of hits.

Flicking through the other new entries though I’m not inspired to wax lyrical on the quality music being produced, or nostalgia tinting my appreciation – frankly, it was a music scene desperately in need of a new youth movement. The old-timers were dominating my chart, give or take the odd OK dance track. Topping the real chart were charity records like Ferry Cross The Mersey, a great 60’s song and fave from my days living in Liverpool. One of my friends has a relative who died at Hillsborough, so I know what it means in Merseyside, and approve of the sentiment.

1 ( 2 ) ROOMS ON FIRE Stevie Nicks
2 ( 1 ) ORDINARY PEOPLE The Bee Gees
3 ( 20 ) EVERY LITTLE STEP Bobby Brown
4 ( 12 ) I’M EVERY WOMAN ’89 Chaka Khan
5 ( 7 ) BRING ME EDELWEISS Edelweiss
6 ( 3 ) ETERNAL FLAME The Bangles
7 ( 4 ) THE LOOK Roxette
8 ( 22 ) MY BRAVE FACE Paul McCartney
9 ( 5 ) BABY I DON’T CARE Transvision Vamp
10 ( 13 ) YOU ON MY MIND Swing Out Sister

11 ( 14 ) CAN I GET A WITNESS Sam Brown
12 ( 6 ) BEDS ARE BURNING Midnight Oil
13 ( 8 ) DAYDREAM BELIEVER/ A LITTLE BIT ME A LITTLE BIT YOU/ MONKEES THEME The Monkees
14 ( NEW ) THE LONG HOT SUMMER 89 The Style Council
15 ( 9 ) GOOD THING Fine Young Cannibals
16 ( 24 ) HAND ON YOUR HEART Kylie Minogue
17 ( 11 ) AMERICANOS Holly Johnson
18 ( NEW ) QUE SERA MI VIDA 89 The Gibson Brothers
19 ( 17 ) REQUIEM The London Boys
20 ( 27 ) WHERE HAS ALL THE LOVE GONE Yazz

21 ( 16 ) I BEG YOUR PARDON Kon Kan
22 ( 10 ) LULLABY The Cure
23 ( 29 ) ELECTRIC YOUTH Debbie Gibson
24 ( 25 ) I WON’T BACK DOWN Tom Petty
25 ( 18 ) GOT TO KEEP ON The Cookie Crew featuring Edwin Starr
26 ( 15 ) WHO’S IN THE HOUSE Beatmasters featuring Merlin
27 ( 21 ) OF COURSE I’M LYING Yello
28 ( 42 ) ELISABETH’S EYES Nik Kershaw
29 ( 33 ) MY HEART CAN’T TELL YOU NO Rod Stewart
30 ( 19 ) GET BACK The Beatles with Billy Preston

31 ( 26 ) THIS TIME I KNOW IT’S FOR REAL Donna Summer
32 ( 71 ) I’LL BE THERE FOR YOU Bon Jovi
33 ( 23 ) PEOPLE HOLD ON Coldcut featuring Lisa Stansfield
34 ( 72 ) MANCHILD Neneh Cherry
35 ( 31 ) NOTHING HAS BEEN PROVED Dusty Springfield
36 ( 30 ) STOP! IN THE NAME OF LOVE Diana Ross & The Supremes
37 ( 37 ) I DROVE ALL NIGHT Cyndi Lauper
38 ( NEW ) PINK SUNSHINE Fuzzbox
39 ( 46 ) WALKIN’ ON SUNSHINE Eddy Grant
40 ( 65 ) ONE BETTER WORLD ABC

41 ( 28 ) AIN’T NOBODY BETTER Inner City
42 ( NEW ) MY TELEPHONE Coldcut
43 ( 34 ) THIS TIME Kiara with Shanice Wilson
44 ( 32 ) LIKE A PRAYER Madonna
45 ( 44 ) HEY JUDE The Beatles
46 ( 49 ) THAT’S WHEN I THINK OF YOU 1927″
47 ( 53 ) FREE Stevie Wonder
48 ( 47 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
49 ( 61 ) DISAPPOINTED Public Image Limited
50 ( 40 ) SHE’S A MYSTERY TO ME Roy Orbison

51 ( 58 ) I WANT IT ALL Queen
52 ( NEW ) FERRY CROSS THE MERSEY The Christians, Holly Johnson, Paul McCartney, Gerry Marsden & Stock, Aitken & Waterman
53 ( NEW ) VIOLENTLY Hue And Cry
54 ( 54 ) LITTLE LIES Fleetwood Mac
55 ( NEW ) CIRCLE Edie Brickell & New Bohemians
56 ( 66 ) WORKIN’ OVERTIME Diana Ross
57 ( 41 ) ME MYSELF AND I De La Soul
58 ( 45 ) END OF THE LINE Traveling Wilbury’s
59 ( 36 ) KEEP ON MOVIN’ Soul II Soul featuring Caron Wheeler
60 ( 55 ) YOU GOT IT Roy Orbison

61 ( 60 ) HELLO GOODBYE The Beatles
62 ( 38 ) THROUGH THE STORM Aretha Franklin and Elton John
63 ( 56 ) STOP Sam Brown
64 ( 63 ) SUGAR SUGAR The Archies
65 ( NEW ) GOOD GOOD FEELING Good Good Feeling
66 ( 35 ) DON’T WORRY BABY The Everley Brothers and The Beach Boys
67 ( NEW ) VOICES OF BABYLON The Outfield
68 ( 67 ) YOU CAME Kim Wilde
69 ( 68 ) HEART Pet Shop Boys
70 ( 48 ) CAN’T STAY AWAY FROM YOU Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine

71 ( 43 ) THE THRILL HAS GONE Texas
72 ( NEW ) CALLING OUT TO CAROL Stan Ridgeway
73 ( 73 ) WHAT HAVE I DONE (TO DESERVE THIS) Pet Shop Boys/ Dusty Springfield
74 ( NEW ) FUNKY COLD MEDINA Tone Loc
75 ( NEW ) LOVE ATTACK Shakin’ Stevens

21st May 1989

Another new number one, Bobby Brown for the first time, while Paul McCartney goes Top 3 not for the first time – but for 21 years to date. The Style Council go Top 5 for the second time with Long Hot Summer, while Gibson Brothers go higher than they did first time round for a third Top 10 hit.

Sealed With A Kiss is back – not the top 5 1975 reissue of the Brian Hyland original, though, it’s an inferior identical Jason Donovan cover nestling cosily next to Kylie at 13. Neneh goes to 15, Fuzzbox 20, and Cappella debut at 27 to kickstart a 90’s dance run of hits. Madonna’s back, and with a great single, expressing herself at 37, showcasing what a great album Like A Prayer is, chock full of great tracks.

Robert Palmer’s in at 39, Malcolm McLaren is waltzing at 47 – he did like mixing his musical styles – and Sinitta butchers another 1975 classic at 51. SAW obviously flicking through Hits of 1975 looking for ideas. Enya waethers some storms in Africa at 70, a pleasant new entry, and The Jacksons are back – minus Michael – sounding more like Janet than Michael. The Bible take a visit to Graceland, in the footsteps of Paul Simon presumably, but their track is pretty good.

1 ( 3 ) EVERY LITTLE STEP Bobby Brown
2 ( 1 ) ROOMS ON FIRE Stevie Nicks
3 ( 8 ) MY BRAVE FACE Paul McCartney
4 ( 11 ) CAN I GET A WITNESS Sam Brown
5 ( 14 ) THE LONG HOT SUMMER 89 The Style Council
6 ( 2 ) ORDINARY PEOPLE The Bee Gees
7 ( 4 ) I’M EVERY WOMAN ’89 Chaka Khan
8 ( 5 ) BRING ME EDELWEISS Edelweiss
9 ( 18 ) QUE SERA MI VIDA 89 The Gibson Brothers

10 ( 7 ) THE LOOK Roxette
11 ( 6 ) ETERNAL FLAME The Bangles
12 ( NEW ) SEALED WITH A KISS Jason Donovan
13 ( 16 ) HAND ON YOUR HEART Kylie Minogue
14 ( 12 ) BEDS ARE BURNING Midnight Oil
15 ( 34 ) MANCHILD Neneh Cherry
16 ( 10 ) YOU ON MY MIND Swing Out Sister
17 ( 24 ) I WON’T BACK DOWN Tom Petty
18 ( 15 ) GOOD THING Fine Young Cannibals
19 ( 9 ) BABY I DON’T CARE Transvision Vamp
20 ( 38 ) PINK SUNSHINE Fuzzbox

21 ( 13 ) DAYDREAM BELIEVER/ A LITTLE BIT ME A LITTLE BIT YOU/ MONKEES THEME The Monkees
22 ( 17 ) AMERICANOS Holly Johnson
23 ( 23 ) ELECTRIC YOUTH Debbie Gibson
24 ( 52 ) FERRY CROSS THE MERSEY The Christians, Holly Johnson, Paul McCartney, Gerry Marsden & Stock, Aitken & Waterman
25 ( 37 ) I DROVE ALL NIGHT Cyndi Lauper
26 ( 21 ) I BEG YOUR PARDON Kon Kan
27 ( NEW ) HELLYOM HABIB Cappella
28 ( 19 ) REQUIEM The London Boys
29 ( 67 ) VOICES OF BABYLON The Outfield
30 ( 39 ) WALKIN’ ON SUNSHINE Eddy Grant

31 ( 25 ) GOT TO KEEP ON The Cookie Crew featuring Edwin Starr
32 ( 20 ) WHERE HAS ALL THE LOVE GONE Yazz
33 ( 40 ) ONE BETTER WORLD ABC
34 ( 26 ) WHO’S IN THE HOUSE Beatmasters featuring Merlin
35 ( 42 ) MY TELEPHONE Coldcut
36 ( 49 ) DISAPPOINTED Public Image Limited
37 ( NEW ) EXPRESS YOURSELF Madonna
38 ( 27 ) OF COURSE I’M LYING Yello
39 ( NEW ) CHANGE HIS WAYS Robert Palmer
40 ( 47 ) FREE Stevie Wonder

41 ( 36 ) STOP! IN THE NAME OF LOVE Diana Ross & The Supremes
42 ( 35 ) NOTHING HAS BEEN PROVED Dusty Springfield
43 ( 31 ) THIS TIME I KNOW IT’S FOR REAL Donna Summer
44 ( 30 ) GET BACK The Beatles with Billy Preston
45 ( 28 ) ELISABETH’S EYES Nik Kershaw
46 ( 53 ) VIOLENTLY Hue And Cry
47 ( NEW ) WALTZ DARLING Malcolm McLaren
48 ( 45 ) HEY JUDE The Beatles
49 ( 51 ) I WANT IT ALL Queen
50 ( 22 ) LULLABY The Cure

51 ( NEW ) RIGHT BACK WHERE WE STARTED FROM Sinitta
52 ( 48 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
53 ( 33 ) PEOPLE HOLD ON Coldcut featuring Lisa Stansfield
54 ( RE ) ROOM TO MOVE Animotion
55 ( 55 ) CIRCLE Edie Brickell & New Bohemians
56 ( 54 ) LITTLE LIES Fleetwood Mac
57 ( 32 ) I’LL BE THERE FOR YOU Bon Jovi
58 ( 44 ) LIKE A PRAYER Madonna
59 ( 50 ) SHE’S A MYSTERY TO ME Roy Orbison
60 ( 74 ) FUNKY COLD MEDINA Tone Loc

61 ( NEW ) GOOD TIMES Reid
62 ( NEW ) STORMY LOVE Boy Meets Girl
63 ( NEW ) FERGUS SINGS THE BLUES Deacon Blue
64 ( 64 ) SUGAR SUGAR The Archies
65 ( 61 ) HELLO GOODBYE The Beatles
66 ( 29 ) MY HEART CAN’T TELL YOU NO Rod Stewart
67 ( NEW ) GRACELAND The Bible
68 ( NEW ) NOTHIN’ (THAT COMPARES 2 U) The Jacksons
69 ( 60 ) YOU GOT IT Roy Orbison
70 ( NEW ) STORMS IN AFRICA PART II Enya

71 ( 68 ) YOU CAME Kim Wilde
72 ( 75 ) LOVE ATTACK Shakin’ Stevens
73 ( 73 ) WHAT HAVE I DONE (TO DESERVE THIS) Pet Shop Boys/ Dusty Springfield
74 ( NEW ) AGENT ’00’ SOUL The Untouchables
75 ( NEW ) STILL TOO YOUNG TO REMEMBER It Bites

28th May 1989

Another week another new number one, and Paul McCartney’s first to go beyond runners-up spot since Mull Of Kintyre – he’d had at least 5 peak at 2 in between – which makes it an 11-year gap, though it was also his 5th chart-topper since the Beatles split and a minor pop gem. Madonna meanwhile gets another top 5 with a bullet, and Guns ‘n’ Roses classic 1988 single is reissued and comes back with a bang at 6, beating it’s original peak of 12. Yet another remix, yet another oldie hit, this time M and Pop Musik at 15. Happily, it was already synthtastic and the remix didn’t mess it up too much, so 10 years on a hit all over again.

Neneh Cherry and Fuzzbox get 2 top 10’s in a row, Tone Loc gets all funky rocketing up to 19, and Donna Summer meets SAW and follows-up her great topper with I Don’t Wanna Get Hurt at 22. James Bond time = hit single, invariably, and this time Licence To Kill gives Gladys Knight a welcome chart return at 39 for a 17-year run and a great Bond theme tune.

The Beautiful South debut lowly – although it’s really The Housemartins Plus and Minus members (notably minus Norman Cook) – and Youssou N’Dour debuts with Peter Gabriel. One of those three acts would get a 90’s chart-topper. Hint: Senegal. UB40 keep their run of hits up to 9 years non-stop and Led Zep enter. Actually, unlike the fabulous CCS hit version, this version of Whole Lotta Love is a plodding 80’s dance version. 75 is about right…

On the social front I had two concerts this week in 1989: Bananarama live in Southampton, though not the full Siobhan-inclusive line-up, this is the post-SAW version, which meant they had a good 8 years of hits to do, and they did them very well, surpassing my expectations actually. The concert details have faded a bit from memory (and I’m not digging out the notes of the time, will do that someday), but I recall it being camp, dancing-heavy and great fun. Top songs on the night? 1. Venus 2. Cruel Summer 3. Love Truth And Honesty

The other concert was at Wembley Arena, Elton John in concert. It was my sister-in-law’s birthday and she’d never been to a concert so it was a treat for her and for my mum (who’d also never been to one). Elton was having a low period of success (“my last album went cardboard” he quipped) quite undeservedly (he hit the big time again a year later), but he gave a great concert. Nik Kershaw was support, I’d seen him in 1984 when he was a current pop star, now his career was struggling a bit, but it boosted his current single in my charts. The stars were out in force for Elton though (we sat a few rows away from Phil Collin) and he ran through a selection of classic hits, was amusing, and was fabulous. Top 3 tracks? 1. Philadelphia Freedom 2. I’m Still Standing 3. Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word. The last one was a surprise as it’d never been a particular fave of mine…

1 ( 3 ) MY BRAVE FACE Paul McCartney
2 ( 2 ) ROOMS ON FIRE Stevie Nicks
3 ( 1 ) EVERY LITTLE STEP Bobby Brown
4 ( 37 ) EXPRESS YOURSELF Madonna
5 ( 4 ) CAN I GET A WITNESS Sam Brown
6 ( NEW ) SWEET CHILD O’ MINE Guns ‘n’ Roses
7 ( 15 ) MANCHILD Neneh Cherry
8 ( 6 ) ORDINARY PEOPLE The Bee Gees
9 ( 5 ) THE LONG HOT SUMMER 89 The Style Council
10 ( 20 ) PINK SUNSHINE Fuzzbox

11 ( 12 ) SEALED WITH A KISS Jason Donovan
12 ( 10 ) THE LOOK Roxette
13 ( 7 ) I’M EVERY WOMAN ’89 Chaka Khan
14 ( 8 ) BRING ME EDELWEISS Edelweiss
15 ( NEW ) POP MUSIK ’89 M
16 ( 13 ) HAND ON YOUR HEART Kylie Minogue
17 ( 25 ) I DROVE ALL NIGHT Cyndi Lauper
18 ( 9 ) QUE SERA MI VIDA 89 The Gibson Brothers
19 ( 60 ) FUNKY COLD MEDINA Tone Loc
20 ( 14 ) BEDS ARE BURNING Midnight Oil

21 ( 11 ) ETERNAL FLAME The Bangles
22 ( NEW ) I DON’T WANNA GET HURT Donna Summer
23 ( 17 ) I WON’T BACK DOWN Tom Petty
24 ( 35 ) MY TELEPHONE Coldcut
25 ( 27 ) HELLYOM HABIB Cappella
26 ( 45 ) ELISABETH’S EYES Nik Kershaw
27 ( 47 ) WALTZ DARLING Malcolm McLaren
28 ( 24 ) FERRY CROSS THE MERSEY The Christians, Holly Johnson, Paul McCartney, Gerry Marsden & Stock, Aitken & Waterman
29 ( 68 ) NOTHIN’ (THAT COMPARES 2 U) The Jacksons
30 ( 33 ) ONE BETTER WORLD ABC

31 ( 21 ) DAYDREAM BELIEVER/ A LITTLE BIT ME A LITTLE BIT YOU/ MONKEES THEME The Monkees
32 ( 18 ) GOOD THING Fine Young Cannibals
33 ( 51 ) RIGHT BACK WHERE WE STARTED FROM Sinitta
34 ( 16 ) YOU ON MY MIND Swing Out Sister
35 ( 30 ) WALKIN’ ON SUNSHINE Eddy Grant
36 ( 39 ) CHANGE HIS WAYS Robert Palmer
37 ( 22 ) AMERICANOS Holly Johnson
38 ( 29 ) VOICES OF BABYLON The Outfield
39 ( NEW ) LICENCE TO KILL Gladys Knight
40 ( 49 ) I WANT IT ALL Queen

41 ( NEW ) FOREVER YOUR GIRL Paula Abdul
42 ( 26 ) I BEG YOUR PARDON Kon Kan
43 ( NEW ) SAY IT’S NOT TOO LATE Matt Bianco
44 ( 19 ) BABY I DON’T CARE Transvision Vamp
45 ( 42 ) NOTHING HAS BEEN PROVED Dusty Springfield
46 ( 41 ) STOP! IN THE NAME OF LOVE Diana Ross & The Supremes
47 ( 62 ) STORMY LOVE Boy Meets Girl
48 ( 63 ) FERGUS SINGS THE BLUES Deacon Blue
49 ( 54 ) ROOM TO MOVE Animotion
50 ( 38 ) OF COURSE I’M LYING Yello

51 ( 48 ) HEY JUDE The Beatles
52 ( 43 ) THIS TIME I KNOW IT’S FOR REAL Donna Summer
53 ( 28 ) REQUIEM The London Boys
54 ( 52 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
55 ( 31 ) GOT TO KEEP ON The Cookie Crew featuring Edwin Starr
56 ( 70 ) STORMS IN AFRICA PART II Enya
57 ( 56 ) LITTLE LIES Fleetwood Mac
58 ( NEW ) SONG FOR WHOEVER The Beautiful South
59 ( 36 ) DISAPPOINTED Public Image Limited
60 ( NEW ) JUST KEEP ROCKIN’ Double Trouble

61 ( 44 ) GET BACK The Beatles with Billy Preston
62 ( 40 ) FREE Stevie Wonder
63 ( 23 ) ELECTRIC YOUTH Debbie Gibson
64 ( NEW ) SPANISH HUSTLE/BUS STOP Paul Hardcastle
65 ( 64 ) SUGAR SUGAR The Archies
66 ( NEW ) THE REAL ME Wasp
67 ( 67 ) GRACELAND The Bible
68 ( 65 ) HELLO GOODBYE The Beatles
69 ( 58 ) LIKE A PRAYER Madonna
70 ( NEW ) SHAKIN’ THE TREE Peter Gabriel and Youssou N’Dour

71 ( NEW ) I WILL DO FOR YOU UB40
72 ( NEW ) IT IS TIME TO GET FUNKY D Mob
73 ( 71 ) YOU CAME Kim Wilde
74 ( 73 ) WHAT HAVE I DONE (TO DESERVE THIS) Pet Shop Boys/ Dusty Springfield
75 ( NEW ) WHOLE LOTTA LOVE Love Child Orchestra

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