My Nov 1985 Charts

3rd November 1985

It’s a first week on top for Cities In Dust, Siouxsie’s 2nd chart-topper, and a relatively unknown corker. UB40 climb to 4 – their 2nd highest charting single to date, after debut Food For Thought peaked at 2. Talking Heads get a 2nd top 10, Feargal Sharkey leaps to 9, and his first solo top 10 and goes where 3 Undertones singles have been. Kate Bush completes a fabulous top 10 – as usual in her case, it’s more remarkable if she doesn’t go top 10.

Lloyd Cole has a mighty quantum leap into the 40, as he searches for a Lost Weekend and his best track that isn’t called Perfect Skin. Marc Almond keeps the long run of top 40’s going and ZZ Top make it 4 in a row. After the previous week invasion of new entries, it’s a bit calmer this time, but still room for some classics: The Waterboys enter at 66 with future 1991 Number 1 in my chart (on reissue) The Whole Of The Moon, a track I heard in a record store in 1989 in a College town in Vermont, and it still sounded fab. Music is memories….

Prefab Sprout have a good return single as the highest new entry, Paul Hardcastle disappoints following up a unique huge single, Tina Turner & Bryan Adams cap of a good year for them both with a rocky duet, Patsy Kensit debuts with Eighth Wonder, better times lie ahead chartwise (cough, Pet Shop Boys, cough), Dee C. Lee ex-of Wham! backing singers, and Paul Weller’s better-half of the time brings a lush fab ballad into the lower reaches and on it’s way up – though one I grew to love more in later years. There’s also Shaky.

1 ( 2 ) CITIES IN DUST Siouxsie & The Banshees
2 ( 1 ) TAKE ON ME A-Ha
3 ( 3 ) STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN Far Corporation
4 ( 14 ) DON’T BREAK MY HEART UB40
5 ( 5 ) NIKITA Elton John
6 ( 6 ) (I’LL NEVER BE) MARIA MAGDALENA Sandra
7 ( 4 ) SLAVE TO THE RHYTHM Grace Jones
8 ( 12 ) ROAD TO NOWHERE Talking Heads
9 ( 21 ) A GOOD HEART Feargal Sharkey
10 ( 20 ) CLOUDBUSTING Kate Bush

11 ( 18 ) SOMETHING ABOUT YOU Level 42
12 ( 16 ) BRING ON THE DANCING HORSES Echo & The Bunnymen
13 ( 7 ) IF I WAS Midge Ure
14 ( 9 ) RAIN The Cult
15 ( 8 ) THIS IS ENGLAND The Clash
16 ( 22 ) ALIVE AND KICKING Simple Minds
17 ( 29 ) KING FOR A DAY The Thompson Twins
18 ( 15 ) THE POWER OF LOVE Jennifer Rush
19 ( 10 ) ST. ELMO’S FIRE (MAN IN MOTION) John Parr
20 ( 11 ) THE LODGERS The Style Council

21 ( 24 ) BIG DEAL Bobby G
22 ( 17 ) IT’S A MANS MANS MANS MANS WORLD Brilliant
23 ( 26 ) MIAMI VICE THEME Jan Hammer
24 ( 40 ) SISTERS ARE DOING IT FOR THEMSELVES Eurythmics and Aretha Franklin
25 ( 13 ) THE GAMBLER Madonna
26 ( 19 ) LEAN ON ME (AH-LI-AYO) Red Box
27 ( 46 ) ELECTION DAY Arcadia
28 ( 31 ) LA FEMME ACCIDENT OMD
29 ( 23 ) REBEL YELL Billy Idol
30 ( 36 ) YOU ARE MY WORLD The Communards

31 ( 25 ) TRAPPED Colonel Abrams
32 ( 67 ) LOST WEEKEND Lloyd Cole & The Commotions
33 ( 37 ) THE TASTE OF MY TEARS King
34 ( 38 ) FORTRESS AROUND MY HEART Sting
35 ( 35 ) YEH YEH Matt Bianco
36 ( 28 ) PART TIME LOVER Stevie Wonder
37 ( 32 ) RUNNING UP THAT HILL Kate Bush
38 ( 59 ) LOVE LETTER Marc Almond
39 ( 62 ) ONE OF THE LIVING Tina Turner
40 ( 49 ) SLEEPING BAG ZZ Top

41 ( 27 ) CLOSE TO ME The Cure
42 ( 33 ) ANGEL Madonna
43 ( 41 ) DRIVE The Cars
44 ( 58 ) OH SHEILA Take On The World
45 ( 52 ) AFTER THE FIRE Roger Daltrey
46 ( 30 ) THE SWEETEST TABOO Sade
47 ( 34 ) POP LIFE Prince
48 ( 39 ) KNOCK ON WOOD/ LIGHT MY FIRE Amii Stewart
49 ( 42 ) SINGLE LIFE Cameo
50 ( 45 ) YOU AND YOUR HEART SO BLUE Bucks Fizz

51 ( NEW ) WHEN LOVE BREAKS DOWN Prefab Sprout
52 ( 43 ) FEEL EMOTION Twiggy
53 ( NEW ) JUST FOR THE MONEY Paul Hardcastle
54 ( 44 ) THE BOY WITH THE THORN IN HIS SIDE The Smiths
55 ( 55 ) THE LAST KISS David Cassidy
56 ( 48 ) WHAT’S YOUR PROBLEM? Blancmange
57 ( 56 ) HOLIDAY Madonna
58 ( NEW ) IT’S ONLY LOVE Tina Turner & Bryan Adams
59 ( 61 ) MEGAREX T.Rex
60 ( 50 ) MY HEART GOES BANG Dead Or Alive

61 ( 60 ) THERE MUST BE AN ANGEL (PLAYING WITH MY HEART) Eurythmics
62 ( 57 ) DON’T STOP THE DANCE Bryan Ferry
63 ( 73 ) THE WIND OF CHANGE Robert Wyatt & The Swapo Singers
64 ( 74 ) UNCLE SAM Madness
65 ( 64 ) “19” Paul Hardcastle
66 ( NEW ) THE WHOLE OF THE MOON The Waterboys
67 ( 47 ) THE HEAVEN I NEED The Three Degrees
68 ( 65 ) I WONDER IF I TAKE YOU HOME Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam with Full Force
69 ( NEW ) HIT AND RUN Total Contrast
70 ( 70 ) ROCK ME BABY Johnny Nash

71 ( 51 ) I’LL BE GOOD Rene And Angela
72 ( 63 ) DON’T MESS WITH DR. DREAM The Thompson Twins
73 ( NEW ) STAY WITH ME Eighth Wonder
74 ( NEW ) SEE THE DAY Dee C. Lee
75 ( NEW ) LIPSTICK POWDER AND PAINT Shakin’ Stevens

OLDIES PLAYLIST OF THE WEEK:
1 IT’S FOR YOU Cilla Black
2 LIVERPOOL LULLABY Cilla Black
3 ELENORE The Turtles

 

10th NOVEMBER 1985

Feargal Sharkey does what the Undertones never managed – he tops my chart, with the fab A Good Heart. Meanwhile Huey Lewis is back with a bang with his 1982 non-hit in the UK, the terrific Heart & Soul, outdoing his most-famous song Power Of Love in my charts. Lloyd Cole rockets up to 11, and The Waterboys go into orbit seeing the Whole Of The Moon up 48 places to 18. Classic! The Communards hit the 20 for the first time, and in at 27 it’s a significant chart debut for them and for me: West End Girls is still their most famous song, and kick-started a glorious career for the Pet Shop Boys which continues to this day. Far and away easily my top fave act of the last 32 years, on record and in concert, and one of my Big Three along with The Beatles and Abba.

Wham! crack back with the great I’m Your Man, while a bunch of pop stars do an anti-Apartheid track (Ringo Starr, Bob Dylan, Lou Reed, Bob Geldof, Jackson Browne, Bono, some Temptations, Afrika Bambaata, Hall & Oates, Bobby Womack and many many more) and it’s pretty good. In at 36 and 37 respectively as at 38 Dire Straits make it 6 years of top 40 hits with the atmospheric Brothers In Arms title track, as the new-format CD took off big-time spearheaded by this album.

Fine Young Cannibals are a bit blue, Queen notably didn’t play on Sun City as they had recently actually played Sun City and sparked the protest, having just the one vision, and Starship drop the Jefferson and the Airplane and the quality, coming back 5 years on from Jane to build a city. An annoying one by the time it dropped out of the charts. A bunch of follow-up’s enter lower, the most notable being David & Jaki’s 70’s-soul-styled Mated, a bit Philly and a bit fab.

1 ( 9 ) A GOOD HEART Feargal Sharkey
2 ( 1 ) CITIES IN DUST Siouxsie & The Banshees
3 ( 3 ) STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN Far Corporation
4 ( 4 ) DON’T BREAK MY HEART UB40
5 ( 8 ) ROAD TO NOWHERE Talking Heads
6 ( 5 ) NIKITA Elton John
7 ( 2 ) TAKE ON ME A-Ha
8 ( 11 ) SOMETHING ABOUT YOU Level 42
9 ( 16 ) ALIVE AND KICKING Simple Minds
10 ( NEW ) HEART AND SOUL Huey Lewis & The News

11 ( 32 ) LOST WEEKEND Lloyd Cole & The Commotions
12 ( 7 ) SLAVE TO THE RHYTHM Grace Jones
13 ( 18 ) THE POWER OF LOVE Jennifer Rush
14 ( 17 ) KING FOR A DAY The Thompson Twins
15 ( 10 ) CLOUDBUSTING Kate Bush
16 ( 6 ) (I’LL NEVER BE) MARIA MAGDALENA Sandra
17 ( 13 ) IF I WAS Midge Ure
18 ( 66 ) THE WHOLE OF THE MOON The Waterboys
19 ( 30 ) YOU ARE MY WORLD The Communards
20 ( 24 ) SISTERS ARE DOING IT FOR THEMSELVES Eurythmics and Aretha Franklin

21 ( 21 ) BIG DEAL Bobby G
22 ( 12 ) BRING ON THE DANCING HORSES Echo & The Bunnymen
23 ( 27 ) ELECTION DAY Arcadia
24 ( 22 ) IT’S A MANS MANS MANS MANS WORLD Brilliant
25 ( 14 ) RAIN The Cult
26 ( 15 ) THIS IS ENGLAND The Clash
27 ( NEW ) WEST END GIRLS Pet Shop Boys
28 ( 20 ) THE LODGERS The Style Council
29 ( 33 ) THE TASTE OF MY TEARS King
30 ( 19 ) ST. ELMO’S FIRE (MAN IN MOTION) John Parr

31 ( 31 ) TRAPPED Colonel Abrams
32 ( 23 ) MIAMI VICE THEME Jan Hammer
33 ( 53 ) JUST FOR THE MONEY Paul Hardcastle
34 ( 51 ) WHEN LOVE BREAKS DOWN Prefab Sprout
35 ( 28 ) LA FEMME ACCIDENT OMD
36 ( NEW ) I’M YOUR MAN Wham!
37 ( NEW ) SUN CITY Artists United Against Apartheid
38 ( NEW ) BROTHERS IN ARMS Dire Straits
39 ( 26 ) LEAN ON ME (AH-LI-AYO) Red Box
40 ( 45 ) AFTER THE FIRE Roger Daltrey

41 ( 25 ) THE GAMBLER Madonna
42 ( 58 ) IT’S ONLY LOVE Tina Turner & Bryan Adams
43 ( 37 ) RUNNING UP THAT HILL Kate Bush
44 ( 36 ) PART TIME LOVER Stevie Wonder
45 ( 43 ) DRIVE The Cars
46 ( NEW ) BLUE Fine Young Cannibals
47 ( 29 ) REBEL YELL Billy Idol
48 ( 34 ) FORTRESS AROUND MY HEART Sting
49 ( NEW ) ONE VISION Queen
50 ( 35 ) YEH YEH Matt Bianco

51 ( 39 ) ONE OF THE LIVING Tina Turner
52 ( 38 ) LOVE LETTERS Marc Almond
53 ( 50 ) YOU AND YOUR HEART SO BLUE Bucks Fizz
54 ( 41 ) CLOSE TO ME The Cure
55 ( 55 ) THE LAST KISS David Cassidy
56 ( 64 ) UNCLE SAM Madness
57 ( 42 ) ANGEL Madonna
58 ( NEW ) WE BUILT THIS CITY Starship
59 ( 40 ) SLEEPING BAG ZZ Top
60 ( 57 ) HOLIDAY Madonna

61 ( 59 ) MEGAREX T.Rex
62 ( 61 ) THERE MUST BE AN ANGEL (PLAYING WITH MY HEART) Eurythmics
63 ( NEW ) THAT CERTAIN SMILE Midge Ure
64 ( 48 ) KNOCK ON WOOD/ LIGHT MY FIRE Amii Stewart
65 ( 56 ) WHAT’S YOUR PROBLEM? Blancmange
66 ( 65 ) “19” Paul Hardcastle
67 ( NEW ) LOSE YOUR LOVE Blancmange
68 ( 44 ) OH SHEILA Take On The World
69 ( 74 ) SEE THE DAY Dee C. Lee
70 ( 62 ) DON’T STOP THE DANCE Bryan Ferry

71 ( NEW ) GET OUTTA TOWN Dan Hartman
72 ( 68 ) I WONDER IF I TAKE YOU HOME Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam with Full Force
73 ( NEW ) MATED David Grant & Jaki Graham
74 ( 60 ) MY HEART GOES BANG Dead Or Alive
75 ( NEW ) EMERGENCY Kool & The Gang

CLASSIC OLDIES FAVES OF THE WEEK

1 HIGH FLY John Miles
2 THE SUN AIN’T GONNA SHINE ANYMORE The Walker Brothers
3 NO. 9 DREAM John Lennon

 

17th November 1985

2 weeks on top for Feargal Sharkey, as Stairway To Heaven climbs to 2, and Wham! shoot up 30 to 6 with I’m Your Man. The Waterboys & Eurythmics both go top 10, giving Aretha Franklin a 2nd top 10 of the year after a 14 year gap since her previous – Spanish Harlem. My boys climb into the 20 for the first time, and never long absnet from it ever since, Neil & Chris and West End Girls. Sun City climbs fast, as do ones they protest, Queen , hot off Live Aid’s show-stopping set.

Highest new entry is a debut, a promising (largely unfulfilled, if hugely successful) classy start from Whitney Houston, cousin of Dionne Warwick, who brings her pop friends along (such as Elton, Stevie & Gladys) a charity record for the rapidly-spreading new deadly disease AIDS. Written by Burt Bacharach and Carole Bayer Sager, it was the first time Burt & Dionne had hit together since the 60’s, and That’s What Friends Are For enters lower at 64.

Tina Turner is beside herself with Mad Max joy, literally, along with Bryan Adams. David Grant & Jaki Graham are mated (not really, cos I saw David Grant on TV this morning on a serious news item with his actual wife on behalf of children with learning difficulties) at 29, while Fine Young Cannibals, Midge Ure and Dee C. Lee (no longer backing Wham! she’s backing her own man, Paul Weller, who’s one place above her at 37).

Princess joins King and Queen, though not Prince sadly, with her 2nd hit, Glenn Frey flies solo from The Eagles with his best single, You belong To The City, The Cult make it a quick trio of hits, though not the Beatles’ Revolution, B side to my first chart Number One Hey Jude – despite Paul McCartney also entering with a comedy movie theme: Spies Like Us was as good as the film. Spirited effort but not that great.

Lionel Richie somehow breaks into the bottom end with another dull ballad, Say Who? Say Me! New Order find themselves a bit subcultured, and Go West return with another goodie.

1 ( 1 ) A GOOD HEART Feargal Sharkey
2 ( 3 ) STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN Far Corporation
3 ( 4 ) DON’T BREAK MY HEART UB40
4 ( 5 ) ROAD TO NOWHERE Talking Heads
5 ( 2 ) CITIES IN DUST Siouxsie & The Banshees
6 ( 36 ) I’M YOUR MAN Wham!
7 ( 10 ) HEART AND SOUL Huey Lewis & The News
8 ( 18 ) THE WHOLE OF THE MOON The Waterboys
9 ( 20 ) SISTERS ARE DOING IT FOR THEMSELVES Eurythmics and Aretha Franklin
10 ( 11 ) LOST WEEKEND Lloyd Cole & The Commotions

11 ( 8 ) SOMETHING ABOUT YOU Level 42
12 ( 7 ) TAKE ON ME A-Ha
13 ( 6 ) NIKITA Elton John
14 ( 27 ) WEST END GIRLS Pet Shop Boys
15 ( 13 ) THE POWER OF LOVE Jennifer Rush
16 ( 19 ) YOU ARE MY WORLD The Communards
17 ( 12 ) SLAVE TO THE RHYTHM Grace Jones
18 ( 37 ) SUN CITY Artists Against Apartheid
19 ( 9 ) ALIVE AND KICKING Simple Minds
20 ( 49 ) ONE VISION Queen

21 ( 38 ) BROTHERS IN ARMS Dire Straits
22 ( 17 ) IF I WAS Midge Ure
23 ( 15 ) CLOUDBUSTING Kate Bush
24 ( 14 ) KING FOR A DAY The Thompson Twins
25 ( NEW ) SAVING ALL MY LOVE FOR YOU Whitney Houston
26 ( 16 ) (I’LL NEVER BE) MARIA MAGDALENA Sandra
27 ( 33 ) JUST FOR MONEY Paul Hardcastle
28 ( 24 ) IT’S A MANS MANS MANS MANS WORLD Brilliant
29 ( 73 ) MATED David Grant & Jaki Graham
30 ( 46 ) BLUE Fine Young Cannibals

31 ( 34 ) WHEN LOVE BREAKS DOWN Prefab Sprout
32 ( 23 ) ELECTION DAY Arcadia
33 ( 22 ) BRING ON THE DANCING HORSES Echo & The Bunnymen
34 ( 21 ) BIG DEAL Bobby G
35 ( 51 ) ONE OF THE LIVING Tina Turner
36 ( 42 ) IT’S ONLY LOVE Tina Turner & Bryan Adams
37 ( 28 ) THE LODGERS The Style Council
38 ( 69 ) SEE THE DAY Dee C. Lee
39 ( 58 ) WE BUILT THIS CITY Starship
40 ( 63 ) THAT CERTAIN SMILE Midge Ure

41 ( 26 ) THIS IS ENGLAND The Clash
42 ( 56 ) UNCLE SAM Madness
43 ( 30 ) ST. ELMO’S FIRE (MAN IN MOTION) John Parr
44 ( 25 ) RAIN The Cult
45 ( 45 ) DRIVE The Cars
46 ( 39 ) LEAN ON ME (AH-LI-AYO) Red Box
47 ( 43 ) RUNNING UP THAT HILL Kate Bush
48 ( NEW ) AFTER THE LOVE HAS GONE Princess
49 ( 31 ) TRAPPED Colonel Abrams
50 ( NEW ) YOU BELONG TO THE CITY Glenn Frey

51 ( NEW ) REVOLUTION The Cult
52 ( 32 ) MIAMI VICE THEME Jan Hammer
53 ( 29 ) THE TASTE OF MY TEARS King
54 ( 44 ) PART TIME LOVER Stevie Wonder
55 ( 55 ) THE LAST KISS David Cassidy
56 ( 53 ) YOU AND YOUR HEART SO BLUE Bucks Fizz
57 ( 67 ) LOSE YOUR LOVE Blancmange
58 ( 41 ) THE GAMBLER Madonna
59 ( 35 ) LA FEMME ACCIDENT OMD
60 ( NEW ) SPIES LIKE US Paul McCartney

61 ( 40 ) AFTER THE FIRE Roger Daltrey
62 ( 61 ) MEGAREX T.Rex
63 ( 60 ) HOLIDAY Madonna
64 ( NEW ) THAT’S WHAT FRIENDS ARE FOR Dionne Warwick & Friends
65 ( 62 ) THERE MUST BE AN ANGEL (PLAYING WITH MY HEART) Eurythmics
66 ( NEW ) SAY YOU SAY ME Lionel Richie
67 ( NEW ) SUBCULTURE New Order
68 ( 66 ) “19” Paul Hardcastle
69 ( NEW ) DON’T LOOK DOWN Go West
70 ( 57 ) ANGEL Madonna

71 ( 68 ) OH SHEILA Take On The World
72 ( 47 ) REBEL YELL Billy Idol
73 ( 54 ) CLOSE TO ME The Cure
74 ( 52 ) LOVE LETTERS Marc Almond
75 ( 65 ) WHAT’S YOUR PROBLEM? Blancmange

26th November 1985

It’s Wham! grabbing a first week on top for the second time (three for George Michael) on a change of chart-day-of-the-week compilation for me, and with the then-traditional 3rd-week-in-November deluge of record releases – 20 new entries! Huey Lewis hits his chart-peak of 4, Pet Shop Boys break into the 10 for the first time, and John & Yoko get the highest new entries. Not actually their Christmas classic, though, it’s a track off Yoko’s fab new album with a fab new video, Hell In Paradise, outdoing her late husband’s single release of his original 14-year-old album track as taken to 1 by Roxy Music 4 years earlier. In fact it’s a real family affair, as John’s son Julian enters with Because – not the Beatles classic album track, though, it’s another offcut from Dave Clark’s Time musical. Talking of The Beatles, The Thompson Twins enter at 45 with a cover of Revolution, B side to Hey Jude. Talking of the Beatles, Paul McC, John’s co-writer in the Fabs (as if anyone didn’t know) enters the 40 with his movie theme.

Talking of movie themes, Phil Collins duets with Marilyn Mansun. I mean McCoo. No, I mean Martin. Talking of Revolution, The Cult are one place higher than the different song of the same name. It’s 1985, so Madonna must be due another monthly hit – and here it is, dressing us up at 14 with her best effort since Into The Groove. Slade are back! 14 years of singles chart entries, and in at 25. A mere 6 years since Roxanne, Sting has another solo single, but for once this one is worthy of having a The Police moniker. The sentiments of Russians were quite worthy of the time, and the moody sweeping classical Russian backdrop was also worthy of entering at 29.

Another Propaganda goodie into the 40, and a host of lesser entries, from Doug E. Fresh, Nik Kershaw, Five Star, Amazulu and China Crisis. Dream Academy cover The Smiths, Aretha Franklin keeps the revival zoomin’ hot, Elton John is also on the 14-year-bandwagon, dragging along an uncredited modest George Michael I think, though these days it would guarantee a “featuring” credit on Wrap Her Up, hot on the heels of his uncredited vocal backing to the late David Cassidy. Simon May returns 9 years on from his excruciating Top Of The Pops live vocal experience, wisely sticking with his Orchestral TV Theme, and The New Seekers are back – guess what, 14-years-on. Spirit of ’71! Sadly, there was no Lyn Paul, Eve Graham or Peter Doyle in the line-up, leaving only Paul Layton & Marty Kristian from the original hit-making band.

1 ( 6 ) I’M YOUR MAN Wham!
2 ( 1 ) A GOOD HEART Feargal Sharkey
3 ( 3 ) DON’T BREAK MY HEART UB40
4 ( 7 ) HEART AND SOUL Huey Lewis & The News
5 ( 2 ) STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN Far Corporation
6 ( 14 ) WEST END GIRLS Pet Shop Boys
7 ( NEW ) HELL IN PARADISE Yoko Ono
8 ( 9 ) SISTERS ARE DOING IT FOR THEMSELVES Eurythmics and Aretha Franklin
9 ( NEW ) JEALOUS GUY John Lennon
10 ( 4 ) ROAD TO NOWHERE Talking Heads

11 ( 8 ) THE WHOLE OF THE MOON The Waterboys
12 ( 10 ) LOST WEEKEND Lloyd Cole & The Commotions
13 ( 5 ) CITIES IN DUST Siouxsie & The Banshees
14 ( NEW ) DRESS YOU UP Madonna
15 ( 18 ) SUN CITY Artists Against Apartheid
16 ( 11 ) SOMETHING ABOUT YOU Level 42
17 ( 12 ) TAKE ON ME A-Ha
18 ( 25 ) SAVING ALL MY LOVE FOR YOU Whitney Houston
19 ( 21 ) BROTHERS IN ARMS Dire Straits
20 ( 20 ) ONE VISION Queen

21 ( 31 ) WHEN LOVE BREAKS DOWN Prefab Sprout
22 ( 13 ) NIKITA Elton John
23 ( 15 ) THE POWER OF LOVE Jennifer Rush
24 ( 30 ) BLUE Fine Young Cannibals
25 ( NEW ) DO YOU BELIEVE IN MIRACLES Slade
26 ( 29 ) MATED David Grant & Jaki Graham
27 ( 27 ) JUST FOR MONEY Paul Hardcastle
28 ( 17 ) SLAVE TO THE RHYTHM Grace Jones
29 ( NEW ) RUSSIANS Sting
30 ( 64 ) THAT’S WHAT FRIENDS ARE FOR Dionne Warwick & Friends

31 ( 16 ) YOU ARE MY WORLD The Communards
32 ( 40 ) THAT CERTAIN SMILE Midge Ure
33 ( 38 ) SEE THE DAY Dee C. Lee
34 ( 22 ) IF I WAS Midge Ure
35 ( 19 ) ALIVE AND KICKING Simple Minds
36 ( 60 ) SPIES LIKE US Paul McCartney
37 ( NEW ) P-MACHINERY (REMIX) Propaganda
38 ( 28 ) IT’S A MANS MANS MANS MANS WORLD Brilliant
39 ( 39 ) WE BUILT THIS CITY Starship
40 ( 57 ) LOSE YOUR LOVE Blancmange

41 ( 26 ) (I’LL NEVER BE) MARIA MAGDALENA Sandra
42 ( 23 ) CLOUDBUSTING Kate Bush
43 ( NEW ) THE SHOW Doug E. Fresh
44 ( 51 ) REVOLUTION The Cult
45 ( NEW ) REVOLUTION The Thompson Twins
46 ( 37 ) THE LODGERS The Style Council
47 ( 45 ) DRIVE The Cars
48 ( 48 ) AFTER THE LOVE HAS GONE Princess
49 ( 24 ) KING FOR A DAY The Thompson Twins
50 ( 50 ) YOU BELONG TO THE CITY Glenn Frey

51 ( 42 ) UNCLE SAM Madness
52 ( 47 ) RUNNING UP THAT HILL Kate Bush
53 ( 46 ) LEAN ON ME (AH-LI-AYO) Red Box
54 ( 69 ) DON’T LOOK DOWN Go West
55 ( 55 ) THE LAST KISS David Cassidy
56 ( 34 ) BIG DEAL Bobby G
57 ( 66 ) SAY YOU SAY ME Lionel Richie
58 ( NEW ) BECAUSE Julian Lennon
59 ( 56 ) YOU AND YOUR HEART SO BLUE Bucks Fizz
60 ( NEW ) WHEN A HEART BEATS Nik Kershaw

61 ( 41 ) THIS IS ENGLAND The Clash
62 ( NEW ) R.S.V.P. Five Star
63 ( 36 ) IT’S ONLY LOVE Tina Turner & Bryan Adams
64 ( 62 ) MEGAREX T.Rex
65 ( 67 ) SUBCULTURE New Order
66 ( NEW ) SEPARATE LIVES Phil Collins & Marilyn Martin
67 ( NEW ) HOWARD’S WAY THEME The Simon May Orchestra
68 ( NEW ) PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE LET ME GET WHAT I WANT Dream Academy
69 ( NEW ) DON’T YOU JUST KNOW IT Amazulu
70 ( NEW ) LET THE BELLS RING OUT FOREVER The New Seekers

71 ( NEW ) WRAP HER UP Elton John
72 ( 32 ) ELECTION DAY Arcadia
73 ( NEW ) TIME AIN’T ENOUGH Green On Red
74 ( NEW ) THE HIGHEST HIGH China Crisis
75 ( NEW ) WHO’S ZOOMING WHO Aretha Franklin

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