My 1989 Charts – June

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4th June 1989

The run of one-weekers on top continues as Guns ‘n’ Roses finally get that rock classic to the top, Sweet Child ‘o’ Mine is still an awesome record. Sealed With A Kiss makes my top 10 for the second time, this time for Jason Donovan, but not as high as Brian Hyland’s version. M, meantime also get a second run in the top 10, Popping upwards.

Bananarama’s 1983 goodie is also back, as Cruel Summer ’89 heads into the 20 for the second time, highest new entry at 18, just ahead of Gladys Knight’s Bond theme goodie. That gave her 17 years of top 20 hits. In at 36, Soul II Soul’s 2nd hit is a bonafide classic, Back To Life shuffling it’s way gloriously in as the highest actual “new” new entry.

Big leaps for UB40, up to 32, ever-chartbound in the 80’s and 90’s, well, I will do for you, I daresay. Two great follow-up singles from The Bangles and The Bee Gees enter into the 50, both fell far short of the UK chart positions they deserved, but happily did better here. Meanwhile Prince’s Batman movie theme enters at 60, though it’s more of a montage than a song. Cliff’s back with a Richard Marx song for his 100th single, I think it was. Despite the claim of the lyric it really wasn’t the Best of him. U2 meanwhile scrape in with a track that’s also not even the best track on the album, ballad All I Want Is You, though it’s not bad.

1 ( 6 ) SWEET CHILD O’ MINE Guns ‘n’ Roses
2 ( 4 ) EXPRESS YOURSELF Madonna
3 ( 1 ) MY BRAVE FACE Paul McCartney
4 ( 3 ) EVERY LITTLE STEP Bobby Brown
5 ( 2 ) ROOMS ON FIRE Stevie Nicks
6 ( 7 ) MANCHILD Neneh Cherry
7 ( 5 ) CAN I GET A WITNESS Sam Brown
8 ( 11 ) SEALED WITH A KISS Jason Donovan
9 ( 10 ) PINK SUNSHINE Fuzzbox
10 ( 15 ) POP MUSIK ’89 M

11 ( 8 ) ORDINARY PEOPLE The Bee Gees
12 ( 17 ) I DROVE ALL NIGHT Cyndi Lauper
13 ( 9 ) THE LONG HOT SUMMER 89 The Style Council
14 ( 19 ) FUNKY COLD MEDINA Tone Loc
15 ( 22 ) I DON’T WANNA GET HURT Donna Summer
16 ( 12 ) THE LOOK Roxette
17 ( 24 ) MY TELEPHONE Coldcut
18 ( NEW ) CRUEL SUMMER ’89 Bananarama
19 ( 39 ) LICENCE TO KILL Gladys Knight
20 ( 29 ) NOTHIN’ (THAT COMPARES 2 U) The Jacksons

21 ( 13 ) I’M EVERY WOMAN ’89 Chaka Khan
22 ( 14 ) BRING ME EDELWEISS Edelweiss
23 ( 27 ) WALTZ DARLING Malcolm McLaren
24 ( 18 ) QUE SERA MI VIDA 89 The Gibson Brothers
25 ( 23 ) I WON’T BACK DOWN Tom Petty
26 ( 20 ) BEDS ARE BURNING Midnight Oil
27 ( 30 ) ONE BETTER WORLD ABC
28 ( 33 ) RIGHT BACK WHERE WE STARTED FROM Sinitta
29 ( RE ) DOWNTOWN One 2 Many
30 ( 16 ) HAND ON YOUR HEART Kylie Minogue

31 ( 21 ) ETERNAL FLAME The Bangles
32 ( 71 ) I WILL DO FOR YOU UB40
33 ( 36 ) CHANGE HIS WAYS Robert Palmer
34 ( 25 ) HELLYOM HABIB Cappella
35 ( 31 ) DAYDREAM BELIEVER/ A LITTLE BIT ME A LITTLE BIT YOU/ MONKEES THEME The Monkees
36 ( NEW ) BACK TO LIFE Soul II Soul featuring Caron Wheeler
37 ( 41 ) FOREVER YOUR GIRL Paula Abdul
38 ( 28 ) FERRY CROSS THE MERSEY The Christians, Holly Johnson, Paul McCartney, Gerry Marsden & Stock, Aitken & Waterman
39 ( 58 ) SONG FOR WHOEVER The Beautiful South
40 ( 35 ) WALKIN’ ON SUNSHINE Eddy Grant

41 ( 26 ) ELISABETH’S EYES Nik Kershaw
42 ( 32 ) GOOD THING Fine Young Cannibals
43 ( 43 ) SAY IT’S NOT TOO LATE Matt Bianco
44 ( NEW ) BE WITH YOU The Bangles
45 ( 37 ) AMERICANOS Holly Johnson
46 ( NEW ) ONE The Bee Gees
47 ( 45 ) NOTHING HAS BEEN PROVED Dusty Springfield
48 ( NEW ) GOOD GOOD FEELING Eric and The Good Good Feeling
49 ( 60 ) JUST KEEP ROCKIN’ Double Trouble
50 ( 46 ) STOP! IN THE NAME OF LOVE Diana Ross & The Supremes

51 ( 62 ) FREE Stevie Wonder
52 ( 65 ) THE REAL ME Wasp
53 ( 51 ) HEY JUDE The Beatles
54 ( 42 ) I BEG YOUR PARDON Kon Kan
55 ( 54 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
56 ( 56 ) STORMS IN AFRICA PART II Enya
57 ( 34 ) YOU ON MY MIND Swing Out Sister
58 ( 57 ) LITTLE LIES Fleetwood Mac
59 ( 70 ) SHAKIN’ THE TREE Peter Gabriel and Youssou N’Dour
60 ( NEW ) BATDANCE Prince

61 ( 38 ) VOICES OF BABYLON The Outfield
62 ( 69 ) LIKE A PRAYER Madonna
63 ( 52 ) THIS TIME I KNOW IT’S FOR REAL Donna Summer
64 ( 64 ) SPANISH HUSTLE/BUS STOP Paul Hardcastle
65 ( 65 ) SUGAR SUGAR The Archies
66 ( 61 ) GET BACK The Beatles with Billy Preston
67 ( 72 ) IT IS TIME TO GET FUNKY D Mob
68 ( 68 ) HELLO GOODBYE The Beatles
69 ( 40 ) I WANT IT ALL Queen
70 ( NEW ) CRY Waterfront

71 ( NEW ) THE BEST OF ME Cliff Richard
72 ( NEW ) POP SINGER John Cougar Mellencamp
73 ( 73 ) YOU CAME Kim Wilde
74 ( 74 ) WHAT HAVE I DONE (TO DESERVE THIS) Pet Shop Boys/ Dusty Springfield
75 ( NEW ) ALL I WANT IS YOU U2

 

11th June 1989

A batch of oldies back again, joining the oldies and remixes already in the chart, topped by the Beatles, in at 1 with The Ballad Of John And Yoko for it’s 20th birthday re-issue. First-time round I loved it but it didn’t quite get to the top, although it topped my oldies chart in 1976 when the Beatles re-issue invasion forced me to banish most of them to a separate chart, but justice served anyway at last. Joining the Fabs, Carly Simon’s Chic-tastic Why pops back into the top 10 7 years on. And Why not, Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards were fab.

In 1989 proper, though, Tone Loc goes Top 10 funkily, while back in 1983 mode the Nana’s improve on first-time round at 8 with their great Cruel Summer. Big climber for The Bee Gees One, up 30 places to 16 ahead of Malcolm McLaren’s waltzing, darling, and Nik Kershaw’s Elisabeth’s Eyes, one of his better singles but the ever-fickle pop-chart had decided he was yesterday’s news by now.

Clannad and Bono duet on a moody Celtic ballad and are rewarded with yet another oldie (1985) re-charting. REM sprint in with some Orange Crush, one of their great early singles, at 38. 10,000 Maniacs were an under-rated band, and the sweet Trouble Me pops in at 73, just behind follow-up singles for Holly Johnson and Transvision Vamp. All the oldies, though, suggest a music scene still gagging for some excitement….

1 ( NEW ) THE BALLAD OF JOHN AND YOKO The Beatles
2 ( 1 ) SWEET CHILD O’ MINE Guns ‘n’ Roses
3 ( 2 ) EXPRESS YOURSELF Madonna
4 ( 6 ) MANCHILD Neneh Cherry
5 ( 4 ) EVERY LITTLE STEP Bobby Brown
6 ( 8 ) SEALED WITH A KISS Jason Donovan
7 ( 10 ) POP MUSIK ’89 M
8 ( 18 ) CRUEL SUMMER ’89 Bananarama
9 ( 14 ) FUNKY COLD MEDINA Tone Loc
10 ( NEW ) WHY Carly Simon

11 ( 5 ) ROOMS ON FIRE Stevie Nicks
12 ( 3 ) MY BRAVE FACE Paul McCartney
13 ( 9 ) PINK SUNSHINE Fuzzbox
14 ( 7 ) CAN I GET A WITNESS Sam Brown
15 ( 15 ) I DON’T WANNA GET HURT Donna Summer
16 ( 46 ) ONE The Bee Gees
17 ( 23 ) WALTZ DARLING Malcolm McLaren
18 ( 41 ) ELISABETH’S EYES Nik Kershaw
19 ( 19 ) LICENCE TO KILL Gladys Knight
20 ( 12 ) I DROVE ALL NIGHT Cyndi Lauper

21 ( 11 ) ORDINARY PEOPLE The Bee Gees
22 ( 16 ) THE LOOK Roxette
23 ( 29 ) DOWNTOWN One 2 Many
24 ( 36 ) BACK TO LIFE Soul II Soul featuring Caron Wheeler
25 ( 13 ) THE LONG HOT SUMMER 89 The Style Council
26 ( 28 ) RIGHT BACK WHERE WE STARTED FROM Sinitta
27 ( 32 ) I WILL DO FOR YOU UB40
28 ( 44 ) BE WITH YOU The Bangles
29 ( 17 ) MY TELEPHONE Coldcut
30 ( NEW ) IN A LIFETIME Clannad and Bono

31 ( 20 ) NOTHIN’ (THAT COMPARES 2 U) The Jacksons
32 ( 31 ) ETERNAL FLAME The Bangles
33 ( 21 ) I’M EVERY WOMAN ’89 Chaka Khan
34 ( 37 ) FOREVER YOUR GIRL Paula Abdul
35 ( NEW ) JOY AND PAIN Donna Allen
36 ( NEW ) ROCK ON (SHEP PETTIBONE MIX) David Essex
37 ( 22 ) BRING ME EDELWEISS Edelweiss
38 ( 39 ) SONG FOR WHOEVER The Beautiful South
39 ( NEW ) ORANGE JUICE REM
40 ( 71 ) THE BEST OF ME Cliff Richard

41 ( 35 ) DAYDREAM BELIEVER/ A LITTLE BIT ME A LITTLE BIT YOU/ MONKEES THEME The Monkees
42 ( 25 ) I WON’T BACK DOWN Tom Petty
43 ( 49 ) JUST KEEP ROCKIN’ Double Trouble
44 ( 26 ) BEDS ARE BURNING Midnight Oil
45 ( 24 ) QUE SERA MI VIDA 89 The Gibson Brothers
46 ( 56 ) STORMS IN AFRICA PART II Enya
47 ( 27 ) ONE BETTER WORLD ABC
48 ( 48 ) GOOD GOOD FEELING Eric and The Good Good Feeling
49 ( 61 ) VOICES OF BABYLON The Outfield
50 ( 47 ) NOTHING HAS BEEN PROVED Dusty Springfield

51 ( 33 ) CHANGE HIS WAYS Robert Palmer
52 ( 50 ) STOP! IN THE NAME OF LOVE Diana Ross & The Supremes
53 ( 42 ) GOOD THING Fine Young Cannibals
54 ( 53 ) HEY JUDE The Beatles
55 ( 70 ) CRY Waterfront
56 ( 55 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
57 ( 30 ) HAND ON YOUR HEART Kylie Minogue
58 ( 58 ) LITTLE LIES Fleetwood Mac
59 ( 60 ) BATDANCE Prince
60 ( 45 ) AMERICANOS Holly Johnson

61 ( 38 ) FERRY CROSS THE MERSEY The Christians, Holly Johnson, Paul McCartney, Gerry Marsden & Stock, Aitken & Waterman
62 ( 34 ) HELLYOM HABIB Cappella
63 ( 63 ) THIS TIME I KNOW IT’S FOR REAL Donna Summer
64 ( 62 ) LIKE A PRAYER Madonna
65 ( 54 ) I BEG YOUR PARDON Kon Kan
66 ( 65 ) SUGAR SUGAR The Archies
67 ( 67 ) IT IS TIME TO GET FUNKY D Mob
68 ( NEW ) ATOMIC CITY Holly Johnson
69 ( 68 ) HELLO GOODBYE The Beatles
70 ( 40 ) WALKIN’ ON SUNSHINE Eddy Grant

71 ( NEW ) THE ONLY ONE Transvision Vamp
72 ( NEW ) IKO IKO The Belle Stars
73 ( NEW ) TROUBLE ME 10,000 Maniacs
74 ( 74 ) WHAT HAVE I DONE (TO DESERVE THIS) Pet Shop Boys/ Dusty Springfield
75 ( 73 ) YOU CAME Kim Wilde

 

18th June 1989

Things pick up a bit this week, as Madonna goes one higher than classic Like A Prayer managed, getting her 6th Number One in just over 5 years with Express Yourself, a great pop dance track. The Bangles also peaked at 2 with their classic Eternal Flame, but follow-up Be With You rockets to 4 in compensation. Donna Summer meanwhile follows-up her SAW number one with a SAW number 10 for 12 years-worth of them.

Soul II Soul represent the new sound of British Urban soul, shooting to 9 as they come Back To Life. Back to reality? It’s a welcome breath of fresh air, though Danny Wilson also herald in the new sounds a-coming with Second Summer Of Love at 61, 2 years on from Mary’s Prayer. Gladys Knight is the last new Top Tenner, her final Bond fling in her occasional big time hits over 16 years.

Highest new entry is the fabulous Pet Shop Boys at 19, a remixed shortened version of the epic album cover version of a Sterling Void political song. Neil Tennant added in another verse dealing with environmental issues to give a powerful single. PSB nay-sayers, as always, completely miss the point (“they all sound the same”). No they don’t. Pet Shop Boys records cover a wealth of (sometimes eternal) topics, literate, intelligent, inventive, and if you pay attention, no they don’t all sound the same. They just have the same lead singer and are based in dance.

Clannad and Bono go top 20 as U2 stay away from it. Living In A Box have another go with the withdrawn Gatecrashing (following the Hillsborough tragedy), and REM get a Top 20 hit ahead of Prince who suddenly Batdances to 22. The Batusi, I assume. Holly Johnson gets a 3rd Top 40 solo hit, Enya gets another too, and Suzi Quatro pops in at 39 with Baby You’re A Star, her first Top 40 hit in years to give her 16 years of them in the week oldie If You Can’t Give Me Love was my non-chart oldie of the week.

Baby Ford covers T.Rex at 60, Jennifer Rush-es back with Placido Domingo for a bit of class-ical 4 years on from Power Of Love. Then the rockers return, with Queen, Guns ‘n’ Roses and Vixen hogging the lower-end new entries, all of them fine, but not classic, rock.

1 ( 3 ) EXPRESS YOURSELF Madonna
2 ( 1 ) THE BALLAD OF JOHN AND YOKO The Beatles
3 ( 2 ) SWEET CHILD O’ MINE Guns ‘n’ Roses
4 ( 28 ) BE WITH YOU The Bangles
5 ( 6 ) SEALED WITH A KISS Jason Donovan
6 ( 9 ) FUNKY COLD MEDINA Tone Loc
7 ( 10 ) WHY Carly Simon
8 ( 19 ) LICENCE TO KILL Gladys Knight
9 ( 24 ) BACK TO LIFE Soul II Soul featuring Caron Wheeler
10 ( 15 ) I DON’T WANNA GET HURT Donna Summer

11 ( 4 ) MANCHILD Neneh Cherry
12 ( 5 ) EVERY LITTLE STEP Bobby Brown
13 ( 17 ) WALTZ DARLING Malcolm McLaren
14 ( 8 ) CRUEL SUMMER ’89 Bananarama
15 ( 13 ) PINK SUNSHINE Fuzzbox
16 ( 16 ) ONE The Bee Gees
17 ( 30 ) IN A LIFETIME Clannad and Bono
18 ( 11 ) ROOMS ON FIRE Stevie Nicks
19 ( NEW ) IT’S ALRIGHT Pet Shop Boys
20 ( 39 ) ORANGE JUICE REM

21 ( 23 ) DOWNTOWN One 2 Many
22 ( 59 ) BATDANCE Prince
23 ( 14 ) CAN I GET A WITNESS Sam Brown
24 ( 12 ) MY BRAVE FACE Paul McCartney
25 ( 20 ) I DROVE ALL NIGHT Cyndi Lauper
26 ( 70 ) WALKIN’ ON SUNSHINE Eddy Grant
27 ( 43 ) JUST KEEP ROCKIN’ Double Trouble and the Rebel MC
28 ( 35 ) JOY AND PAIN Donna Allen
29 ( 7 ) POP MUSIK ’89 M
30 ( 68 ) ATOMIC CITY Holly Johnson

31 ( 18 ) ELISABETH’S EYES Nik Kershaw
32 ( RE ) GATECRASHING Living In A Box
33 ( 21 ) ORDINARY PEOPLE The Bee Gees
34 ( RE ) SPIRIT OF THE FOREST Spirit Of The Forest
35 ( 46 ) STORMS IN AFRICA PART II Enya
36 ( 40 ) THE BEST OF ME Cliff Richard
37 ( 22 ) THE LOOK Roxette
38 ( 71 ) THE ONLY ONE Transvision Vamp
39 ( NEW ) BABY YOU’RE A STAR Suzi Quatro
40 ( 25 ) THE LONG HOT SUMMER 89 The Style Council

41 ( 32 ) ETERNAL FLAME The Bangles
42 ( 27 ) I WILL DO FOR YOU UB40
43 ( 37 ) BRING ME EDELWEISS Edelweiss
44 ( 41 ) DAYDREAM BELIEVER/ A LITTLE BIT ME A LITTLE BIT YOU/ MONKEES THEME The Monkees
45 ( 38 ) SONG FOR WHOEVER The Beautiful South
46 ( 26 ) RIGHT BACK WHERE WE STARTED FROM Sinitta
47 ( 36 ) ROCK ON (SHEP PETTIBONE MIX) David Essex
48 ( 55 ) CRY Waterfront
49 ( 33 ) I’M EVERY WOMAN ’89 Chaka Khan
50 ( RE ) CALLING OUT TO CAROL Stan Ridgeway

51 ( 29 ) MY TELEPHONE Coldcut
52 ( 50 ) NOTHING HAS BEEN PROVED Dusty Springfield
53 ( 34 ) FOREVER YOUR GIRL Paula Abdul
54 ( 42 ) I WON’T BACK DOWN Tom Petty
55 ( 54 ) HEY JUDE The Beatles
56 ( 52 ) STOP! IN THE NAME OF LOVE Diana Ross & The Supremes
57 ( 73 ) TROUBLE ME 10,000 Maniacs
58 ( 56 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
59 ( 58 ) LITTLE LIES Fleetwood Mac
60 ( NEW ) CHILDREN OF THE REVOLUTION Baby Ford

61 ( NEW ) SECOND SUMMER OF LOVE Danny Wilson
62 ( 48 ) GOOD GOOD FEELING Eric and The Good Good Feeling
63 ( NEW ) TILL I LOVED YOU Placido Domingo and Jennifer Rush
64 ( 63 ) THIS TIME I KNOW IT’S FOR REAL Donna Summer
65 ( 31 ) NOTHIN’ (THAT COMPARES 2 U) The Jacksons
66 ( 66 ) SUGAR SUGAR The Archies
67 ( 64 ) LIKE A PRAYER Madonna
68 ( NEW ) LOVE MADE ME Vixen
69 ( 60 ) AMERICANOS Holly Johnson
70 ( 44 ) BEDS ARE BURNING Midnight Oil

71 ( 69 ) HELLO GOODBYE The Beatles
72 ( NEW ) PATIENCE Guns ‘n’ Roses
73 ( 53 ) GOOD THING Fine Young Cannibals
74 ( NEW ) BREAKTHRU Queen
75 ( 74 ) WHAT HAVE I DONE (TO DESERVE THIS) Pet Shop Boys/ Dusty Springfield

25th June 1989

It’s a shock new Number One, keeping off my beloved Pet Shop Boys at 2, and it’s Michael Jackson’s Bad album track. Two years on, the album that was my 1987 USA holiday album, along with Pet Shop Boys, Actually, and singles are still coming off it – while the PSB’s are into their next album (and there were plenty more worthy singles on Actually). Librarian Girl, actually it was a sweet superstar-full cameo video that made it excusable, that, and the fact that it had originally been one of my fave tracks on the album. It still felt like an oldie though, which is why it could enter at 1, being as I’d already been very familiar with it for 2 years. It’s also MJ’s 16th chart-topper in various guises in 19 years.

Spirit Of The Forest meanwhile rocket to 3, as an all-star charity record fails to have the same impact as others. A tree-huggers new age wanna-be anthem. That’ll be me then, cos every warning that was given then has come true in spades since. Or, more accurately, in buzzsaws since. Money rules everything and damn the consequences. All those Sting-quipping, Bono-hating, cynical do-nothing-but-whinge-about-those-that-try-to-do-something crap stand-ups can just piss off. The record’s not as good as it’s intentions though, not even with Kate Bush on it. I refer back to the previous weeks Pet Shop Boys song comments, they do it WAY better. Kudos though, to all those involved.

Talking of Bono, he’s back again with U2 as well as Clannad. Bee Gees and Prince get their umpteenth Top 10 hit, the Gibbs being at 2 in my first-ever chart in 1968, but looking for One this time. Talking of Prince, highest new entry is Sheena Easton, 9 years on from being a Modern Girl, and looking very different. 101 is her best record. It should have been massive. Prince wrote and produced it, and it sounds like classic Prince, moody, percussive, building to a climax, and Sheena certainly has one at the end. Fab.

Lots of records upping and downing and back-upping – I have no idea why, to be honest, it looks like I’m all over the place emotionally still. UB40 go top 20, Rufus and Chaka remix it back 5 years on and Ain’t Nobody can argue with that at 26. Baby Ford’s Second-summer-of-love dance version of T.Rex shoots to 33, just behind similarly-titled Danny Wilson’s popfun at 29. At 45, the much-missed great Kirsty Maccoll covers the Kinks Days, and improves on it. Simply Red switch to cha-cha rhythms at 53, while Eartha Kitt and Bronski Beat actually quote them at 74. The great Rev. Al Green is back for one of his occasional comebacks outside the church at 63, 18 years on from his great debut. Finally it’s Tin Machine at 71. Eh? David Bowie. 71 is about right….

1 ( NEW ) LIBERIAN GIRL Michael Jackson
2 ( 19 ) IT’S ALRIGHT Pet Shop Boys
3 ( 34 ) SPIRIT OF THE FOREST Spirit Of The Forest
4 ( 4 ) BE WITH YOU The Bangles
5 ( 9 ) BACK TO LIFE Soul II Soul featuring Caron Wheeler
6 ( 22 ) BATDANCE Prince
7 ( 8 ) LICENCE TO KILL Gladys Knight
8 ( 2 ) THE BALLAD OF JOHN AND YOKO The Beatles
9 ( 1 ) EXPRESS YOURSELF Madonna
10 ( 16 ) ONE The Bee Gees

11 ( 29 ) POP MUSIK ’89 M
12 ( 3 ) SWEET CHILD O’ MINE Guns ‘n’ Roses
13 ( 17 ) IN A LIFETIME Clannad and Bono
14 ( 5 ) SEALED WITH A KISS Jason Donovan
15 ( 13 ) WALTZ DARLING Malcolm McLaren
16 ( NEW ) 101″ Sheena Easton
17 ( 11 ) MANCHILD Neneh Cherry
18 ( 15 ) PINK SUNSHINE Fuzzbox
19 ( 28 ) JOY AND PAIN Donna Allen
20 ( 42 ) I WILL DO FOR YOU UB40

21 ( 7 ) WHY Carly Simon
22 ( 12 ) EVERY LITTLE STEP Bobby Brown
23 ( 32 ) GATECRASHING Living In A Box
24 ( 6 ) FUNKY COLD MEDINA Tone Loc
25 ( 25 ) I DROVE ALL NIGHT Cyndi Lauper
26 ( NEW ) AIN’T NOBODY ’89 Rufus featuring Chaka Khan
27 ( 10 ) I DON’T WANNA GET HURT Donna Summer
28 ( 30 ) ATOMIC CITY Holly Johnson
29 ( 61 ) SECOND SUMMER OF LOVE Danny Wilson
30 ( 18 ) ROOMS ON FIRE Stevie Nicks

31 ( 14 ) CRUEL SUMMER ’89 Bananarama
32 ( 27 ) JUST KEEP ROCKIN’ Double Trouble and the Rebel MC
33 ( 60 ) CHILDREN OF THE REVOLUTION Baby Ford
34 ( 21 ) DOWNTOWN One 2 Many
35 ( 20 ) ORANGE JUICE REM
36 ( 23 ) CAN I GET A WITNESS Sam Brown
37 ( 39 ) BABY YOU’RE A STAR Suzi Quatro
38 ( 74 ) BREAKTHRU Queen
39 ( 24 ) MY BRAVE FACE Paul McCartney
40 ( 48 ) CRY Waterfront

41 ( NEW ) DEAD HEART Midnight Oil
42 ( 33 ) ORDINARY PEOPLE The Bee Gees
43 ( 26 ) WALKIN’ ON SUNSHINE Eddy Grant
44 ( 50 ) CALLING OUT TO CAROL Stan Ridgeway
45 ( NEW ) DAYS Kirsty Maccoll
46 ( 44 ) DAYDREAM BELIEVER/ A LITTLE BIT ME A LITTLE BIT YOU/ MONKEES THEME The Monkees
47 ( 38 ) THE ONLY ONE Transvision Vamp
48 ( 31 ) ELISABETH’S EYES Nik Kershaw
49 ( 63 ) TILL I LOVED YOU Placido Domingo and Jennifer Rush
50 ( 40 ) THE LONG HOT SUMMER 89 The Style Council

51 ( 37 ) THE LOOK Roxette
52 ( 41 ) ETERNAL FLAME The Bangles
53 ( NEW ) A NEW FLAME Simply Red
54 ( 57 ) TROUBLE ME 10,000 Maniacs
55 ( 52 ) NOTHING HAS BEEN PROVED Dusty Springfield
56 ( 55 ) HEY JUDE The Beatles
57 ( 36 ) THE BEST OF ME Cliff Richard
58 ( 43 ) BRING ME EDELWEISS Edelweiss
59 ( NEW ) LOOKING FOR A LOVE Joyce Sims
60 ( 59 ) LITTLE LIES Fleetwood Mac

61 ( 56 ) STOP! IN THE NAME OF LOVE Diana Ross & The Supremes
62 ( 58 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
63 ( NEW ) AS LONG AS WE’RE TOGETHER Al Green
64 ( 35 ) STORMS IN AFRICA PART II Enya
65 ( NEW ) I’M THAT KIND OF GUY LL Cool J
66 ( 66 ) SUGAR SUGAR The Archies
67 ( 45 ) SONG FOR WHOEVER The Beautiful South
68 ( RE ) ALL I WANT IS YOU U2
69 ( 64 ) THIS TIME I KNOW IT’S FOR REAL Donna Summer
70 ( 46 ) RIGHT BACK WHERE WE STARTED FROM Sinitta

71 ( NEW ) UNDER THE GOD Tin Machine
72 ( 72 ) PATIENCE Guns ‘n’ Roses
73 ( 71 ) HELLO GOODBYE The Beatles
74 ( NEW ) CHA CHA HEELS Eartha Kitt and Bronski Beat
75 ( 75 ) WHAT HAVE I DONE (TO DESERVE THIS) Pet Shop Boys/ Dusty Springfield

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