1980s Music: What Songs Were The Most Popular?

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More than anything, eighties music was heavily produced. Everyone knows the classic 80s sound: huge reverby snare drums, lots of delay on the vocals, electronic rhythms and synthesizers.

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For the first time ever, musicians were regularly paying with a “click track”, or metronome. Because many 80s instruments were synced via MIDI, it was very important that the backing tracks (typically rhythm) were recorded in perfect tempo.

While this change improved music in some ways, others may argue that music lost it’s humanity because of this. Before the 80s, many bands recorded live together, or depended on the drummer to keep the tempo.

Music engineers and songwriters had more tools at their disposal than ever before. That’s why a lot of music sounds like people playing (“experimenting”) with toys. Especially compared to the music of today, much of the early digital technology was 8-bit and the tonal quality just wasn’t that great. But it was a lively time for experimentation.

However the results can get quite comical when 60s icons first tried their hand at synthesizer (Paul McCartney comes to mind). The cheese factor simply blasted through the ceiling on more than one occasion.

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But the new technology wasn’t always cheesy. Analog synth sounds from the 1980s were really great and guitarists like The Edge (from U2, with a little help from producer Brian Eno) showed us all what could be done to a guitar with delay and reverb.

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Unfortunately, the digital synthesizer took over for the analog synth in the early 80s and in my opinion a lot of good quality synths disappeared because of this.

The music industry in the 1980s was driven mostly by the success of a wildly popular new music cable channel called MTV.

For the first time in history, image was just as important as the music. A good music video could instantly catapult a new act to stardom. Cyndi Lauper was almost an overnight sensation due to her quirky looks as much as her quirky tunes.

Some artists were huge for most of the decade. Madonna, Michael Jackson, Def Leppard to name a few. Cher made a comeback and Guns N’ Roses made a grand introduction.

The eighties also witnessed the infancy and eventual growth of hip hop. While not too many acts from the 80s stand up well against today’s artists, they laid the groundwork for what would later be achieved by thousands of modern hip hop artists in the future. Guys like Slick Rick, Eric B. and Rakim, Public Enemy, LL Cool J and The Beastie Boys were all making legendary music at the time.

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Popular Artists from the 1980s

Who were the most popular musical artists in the 1980s?

  • Michael Jackson
  • Blondie
  • Billy Joel
  • Hall & Oates
  • Olivia Newton-John
  • Survivor
  • Journey
  • Joan Jett
  • Lionel Richie
  • David Bowie
  • Culture Club
  • Duran Duran
  • Cyndi Lauper
  • Prince
  • Madonna
  • Foreigner
  • REO Speedwagon
  • Whitney Houston
  • Janet Jackson
  • Bon Jovi
  • U2
  • R.E.M.
  • Billy Idol
  • INXS
  • Rick Astley
  • Phil Collins
  • George Michael
  • Def Leppard
  • Van Halen
  • Poison
  • Paula Abdul
  • New Kids On The Block
  • Fresh Prince & Jazzy Jeff
  • Fine Young Cannibals

Music in 1987

Technological advancements in audio and video recordings, record-breaking pop acts and high profiles for heavy metal and new age music highlighted 1987. Business boomed as sales of CD players encouraged record companies to reissue old albums on CD.

Paul Simon and South African musicians played eight benefit concerts in 1987 to aid South African and American children.

Madonna also held an AIDS benefit concert on July 13.

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Female artists burned up the charts in 1987. In June, Whitney Houston’s second album, Whitney, was the first album by a female to debut at number one.

In March, Janet Jackson’s album Control became the second album ever — after brother Michael Jackson’s Thriller — to produce five songs in the top five places on the chart of best-selling recordings.

Madonna’s “Open Your Heart” became her 10th straight top-five single, the longest series of top-five hits since The Beatles.

Michael Jackson’s album Bad debuted at number one. Jodi Watley, Smokey Robinson, LL Cool J and Freddie Jackson all experience great success in 1987.

Dance music grew musically and commercially. Among the most popular dance music artists were Kraftwerk, Mel & Kim, Company B and Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam. In February the Beastie Boys Licensed to Ill became the first rap album to top the pop albums charts.

New Age music, described at the time as “impressionistic music designed to help create relaxation and a meditative spirit,” rose sharply in popularity in 1987. VH-1 even adding a programming block of new age videos called “New Visions.”

Mainstream rock also flourished in 1987, particularly in the heavy metal style. Pop metalists Bon Jovi released Slippery When Wet, which topped the album charts for 7 weeks and the music video chart for 28. Bon Jovi helped pave the way for other top-10 metal acts like Poison, Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Cinderella and Whitesnake.

Oldies were big money makers in 1987. Four album reissued by The Beatles soared to the top of the Billboard CD charts in March.

Randy Travis hit it big in 1987 and won almost every country music award available. Other popular country artists in 1987 include George Strait, Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt, Reba McEntire, Dwight Yoakim and Hank Williams, Jr.

#1 Songs (1980-1989)

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Music in the 1980s had its great moments. It really did. But sometimes eighties music knew how to suck worse than any music has ever sucked in the history of sucking.

That’s probably because it was cheaper to record a single than ever before and there was more music being released than ever before, which inevitably leads to more garbage being released.

Also, when you consider the influx of new digital instruments and recording equipment, many artists were experimenting with sounds they had no experience using. Sometimes experiments are genius, sometimes they’re not.

All that aside, the talent still shone through the dozens of layers of digital reverb and delay. Big splashy snare drums. Poofy man-hair ballads. Drug use was rampant. It was a decade of decadence in every possible way.

Guns N’ Roses bailed everyone out at the very end, right before the ’90s kicked in and kicked all memory of the ’80s to the curb for about 8 years.

Check out the complete list below of every #1 song in the 1980s spanning from January 1980 to December 1989. Bet you can smell the hairspray and cheap tequila just reading the list.

#1 Songs in 1980

What were the most popular songs in 1980?

Dec. 22, 1979 – Jan. 4
Janu. 5 – Jan. 18
Jan. 19 – Feb. 15
Feb. 16 – Feb. 22
Feb. 23 – Mar. 21
Mar. 22 – Apr. 18
Apr. 19 – May 30
May 31 – June 27
June 28 – July 18
July 19 – Aug. 1
Aug. 2 – Aug. 29
Aug. 30 – Sept. 5
Sept. 6 – Oct. 3
Octo. 4 – Oct. 24
Oct. 25 – Nov.14
Nov. 15 – Dec. 26
Dec. 27 – Jan. 30, 1981
Escape (The Pina Colada Song)
Please Don’t Go
Rock With You
Do That To Me One More Time
Crazy Little Thing Called Love
Another Brick in the Wall (Part II)
Call Me
Funkytown
Coming Up (Live At Glasgow)
It’s Still Rock and Roll to Me
Magic
Sailing
Upside Down
Another One Bites the Dust
Woman in Love
Lady
(Just Like) Starting Over
Rupert Holmes
KC and the Sunshine Band
Michael Jackson
Captain & Tennille
Queen
Pink Floyd
Blondie
Lipps Inc.
Paul McCartney & Wings
Billy Joel
Olivia Newton-John
Christopher Cross
Diana Ross
Queen
Barbra Streisand
Kenny Rogers
John Lennon

#1 Songs in 1981

What were the most popular songs in 1981?

Dec. 27, 1980 – Jan. 30
Jan. 31 – Feb. 6
Feb. 7 – Feb. 20
Feb. 21 – Mar. 6
Mar. 7 – Mar. 20
Mar. 21 – Mar. 27
Mar. 28 – Apr. 10
Apr. 11 – May 1
May 2 – May 15
May 16 – July 17
July 18 – July 24
July 25 – July 31
Aug. 1 – Aug. 14
Augu. 15 – Oct. 16
Oct. 17 – Nov. 6
Nov. 7 – Nov. 20
Nov. 21 – Jan. 29, 1982
(Just Like) Starting Over
The Tide Is High
Celebration
9 to 5
I Love A Rainy Night
Keep On Loving You
Rapture
Kiss On My List
Morning Train (Nine To Five)
Bette Davis Eyes
Medley
The One That You Love
Jessie’s Girl
Endless Love
Arthur’s Theme (Best That You Can Do)
Private Eyes
Physical
John Lennon
Blondie
Kool & The Gang
Dolly Parton
Eddie Rabbitt
REO Speedwagon
Blondie
Hall & Oates
Sheena Easton
Kim Carnes
Stars on 45
Air Supply
Rick Springfield
Diana Ross & Lionel Richie
Christopher Cross
Hall & Oates
Olivia Newton-John

#1 Songs in 1982

What were the most popular songs in 1982?

Nov. 21, 1981 – Jan. 29
Jan. 30 – Feb. 5
Feb. 6 – Mar. 19
Mar. 20 – May 7
May 8 – May 14
May 15 – July 2
July 3 – July 23
July 24 – Sept. 3
Sept. 4 – Sept. 17
Sept. 18 – Oct. 1
Oct. 2 – Oct. 29
Oct. 30 – Nov. 5
Nov. 6 – Nov. 26
Nov. 27 – Dec. 10
Dec. 11- Dec. 17
Dec. 18 – Jan. 14, 1983
Physical
I Can’t Go for That (No Can Do)
Centerfold
I Love Rock n’ Roll
Chariots of Fire theme
Ebony and Ivory
Don’t You Want Me
Eye of the Tiger
Abracadabra
Hard to Say I’m Sorry
Jack & Diane
Who Can It Be Now?
Up Where We Belong
Truly
Mickey
Maneater
Olivia Newton-John
Daryl Hall & John Oates
J. Geils Band
Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
Vangelis
Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder
The Human League
Survivor
The Steve Miller Band
Chicago
John Mellencamp
Men at Work
Joe Cocker & Jennifer Warnes
Lionel Richie
Toni Basil
Hall & Oates

#1 Songs in 1983

What were the most popular songs in 1983?

Dec. 18, 1982 – Jan. 14
Jan. 15 – Feb. 11
Feb. 12 – Feb. 18
Feb. 19 – Mar. 4
Marc. 5 – Apr. 22
Apr. 23 – Apr. 29
Apr. 30 – May 20
May 21 – May 27
May 28 – July 8
July 9 – Sept. 2
Sept. 3 – Sept. 9
Sept. 10 – Sept. 23
Sept. 24 – Sept. 30
Oct. 1 – Oct. 28
Oct. 29 – Nov. 11
Nov. 12 – Dec. 9
Dec. 10 – Jan. 20, 1984
Maneater
Down Under
Africa
Baby, Come To Me
Billie Jean
Come On Eileen
Beat It
Let’s Dance
Flashdance… What A Feeling
Every Breath You Take
Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)
Maniac
Tell Her About It
Total Eclipse of the Heart
Islands In the Stream
All Night Long (All Night)
Say Say Say
Hall & Oates
Men at Work
Toto
Patti Austin feat. James Ingram
Michael Jackson
Dexys Midnight Runners
Michael Jackson
David Bowie
Irene Cara
The Police
Eurythmics
Michael Sembello
Billy Joel
Bonnie Tyler
Kenny Rogers with Dolly Parton
Lionel Richie
Paul McCartney feat. Michael Jackson

#1 Songs in 1984

What were the most popular songs in 1984?

Dec. 10, 1983 – Jan. 20
Jan. 21 – Feb. 3
Feb. 4 – Feb. 24
Feb. 25 – Mar. 20
Mar. 31 – Apr. 20
April 21 – May 11
May 12 – May 25
May 26 – June 8
June 9 – June 22
June 23 – July 6
July 7 – Aug. 10
Aug. 11 – Aug. 31
Sept. 1 – Sept. 21
Sept. 22 – Sept. 28
Sept. 29 – Oct. 12
Oct. 13 – Nov. 2
Nov. 3 – Nove. 16
Nov. 17 – Dec. 7
Dec. 8 – Dec. 21
Dec. 22 – Feb. 1, 1985
Say Say Say
Owner of a Lonely Heart
Karma Chameleon
Jump
Footloose
Against All Odds (Take A Look At Me Now)
Hello
Let’s Hear It For the Boy
Time After Time
The Reflex
When Doves Cry
Ghostbusters
What’s Love Got to Do With It
Missing You
Let’s Go Crazy
I Just Called To Say I Love You
Caribbean Queen (No More Love On the Run)
Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go
Out of Touch
Like a Virgin
Paul McCartney feat. Michael Jackson
Yes
Culture Club
Van Halen
Kenny Loggins
Phil Collins
Lionel Richie
Deniece Williams
Cyndi Lauper
Duran Duran
Prince
Ray Parker, Jr.
Tina Turner
John Waite
Prince & The Revolution
Stevie Wonder
Billy Ocean
Wham!
Hall & Oates
Madonna
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#1 Songs in 1985

What were the most popular songs in 1985?

Dec. 22, 1984 – Feb. 1
Feb. 2 – Feb. 15
Feb. 16 – Mar. 8
Mar. 9 – Mar. 29
Mar. 30 – Apr. 12
Apr. 13 – May 10
May 11 – May 17
May 18 – May 24
May 25 – June 7
June 8 – June 21
June 22 – July 5
July 6 – July 12
July 13 – July 26
July 27 – Aug. 2
Aug. 3 – Aug. 23
Aug. 24 – Sept. 6
Sept. 7 – Sept. 20
Sept. 21 – Oct. 11
Oct. 12 – Oct. 18
Oct. 19 – Oct. 25
Oct. 26 – Nov. 1
Nov. 2 – Nov. 8
Nov. 9 – Nov. 15
Nov. 16 – Nov. 29
Nov. 30 – Dec. 6
Dec. 7 – Dec. 20
Dec.21 – Jan. 17, 1986
Like a Virgin
I Want to Know What Love Is
Careless Whisper
Can’t Fight This Feeling
One More Night
We Are The World
Crazy for You
Don’t You (Forget About Me)
Everything She Wants
Everybody Wants To Rule The World
Heaven
Sussudio
A View to a Kill
Everytime You Go Away
Shout
The Power of Love
St. Elmo’s Fire (Man In Motion)
Money For Nothing
Oh Sheila
Take On Me
Saving All My Love For You
Part Time Lover
Miami Vice Theme
We Built This City
Separate Lives
Broken Wings
Say You, Say Me
Madonna
Foreigner
Wham! feat. George Michael
REO Speedwagon
Phil Collins
USA For Africa
Madonna
Simple Minds
Wham!
Tears For Fears
Bryan Adams
Phil Collins
Duran Duran
Paul Young
Tears For Fears
Huey Lewis & The News
John Parr
Dire Straits
Ready For the World
a-ha
Whitney Houston
Stevie Wonder
Jan Hammer
Starship
Phil Collins & Marilyn Martin
Mr. Mister
Lionel Richie

#1 Songs in 1986

What were the most popular songs in 1986?

Dec. 21, 1985 – Jan. 17
Jan. 18 – Feb. 14
Feb. 15 – Feb. 28
Mar. 1 – Mar. 14
Mar. 15 – Mar. 21
Mar. 22 – Mar. 28
Mar. 29 – Apr. 18
Apr. 19 – May 2
May 3 – May 9
May 10 – May 16
May 17 – June 6
June 7 – June 13
June 14 – July 4
July 5 – July 11
July 12 – July 18
July 19 – July 25
July 26 – Aug. 1
Aug. 2 – Aug. 15
Aug. 16 – Aug. 29
Aug. 30 – Sept. 5
Sept. 6 – Sept. 12
Sept. 13 – Sept. 19
Sept. 20 – Oct. 10
Oct. 11 – Oct. 24
Oct.25 – Nov. 7
Nov. 8 – Nov. 21
Nov. 22 – Nov. 28
Nov. 29 – Dec. 5
Dec. 6 – Dec.12
Dec. 13 – Dec. 19
Dec. 20 – Jan. 16, 1987
Say You, Say Me
That’s What Friends Are For
How Will I Know
Kyrie
Sara
These Dreams
Rock Me Amadeus
Kiss
Addicted to Love
West End Girls
Greatest Love of All
Live to Tell
On My Own
There’ll Be Sad Songs (to Make You Cry)
Holding Back the Years
Invisible Touch
Sledgehammer
Glory of Love
Papa Don’t Preach
Higher Love
Venus
Take My Breath Away
Stuck with You
When I Think of You
True Colors
Amanda
Human
You Give Love a Bad Name
The Next Time I Fall
The Way It Is
Walk Like an Egyptian
Lionel Richie
Dionne Warwick
Whitney Houston
Mr. Mister
Starship
Heart
Falco
Prince
Robert Palmer
Pet Shop Boys
Whitney Houston
Madonna
Patti LaBelle & Michael McDonald
Billy Ocean
Simply Red
Genesis
Peter Gabriel
Peter Cetera
Madonna
Steve Winwood
Bananarama
Berlin
Huey Lewis & the News
Janet Jackson
Cyndi Lauper
Boston
Human League
Bon Jovi
Peter Cetera feat. Amy Grant
Bruce Hornsby & the Range
The Bangles

#1 Songs in 1987

What were the most popular songs in 1987?

Dec. 20, 1986 – Jan. 16
Jan. 17 – Jan. 23
Jan. 24 – Feb. 6
Feb. 7 – Feb. 13
Feb. 14 – Mar. 13
Mar. 14 – Mar. 11
Mar. 21 – Apr. 3
Apr. 4 – Apr. 17
Apr. 18 – May 1
May 2 – May 15
May 16 – June 5
June 6 – June 12
June 13 – June 19
June 20 – June 6
June 27 – July 10
July 11 – July 31
Aug. 1 – Aug. 7
Aug. 8 – Aug. 21
Aug. 22 – Aug. 28
Augu. 29 – Sept. 18
Sept. 19 – Sept. 25
Septe. 26 – Oct. 9
Oct. 10 – Oct. 16
Oct. 17 – Oct. 23
Oct. 24 – Nov. 6
Nov. 7 – Nov. 20
Nov. 21 – Nov. 27
Nov. 28 – Dec. 4
Dec. 5 – Dec. 11
Dec. 12 – Jan. 8, 1988
Walk Like an Egyptian
Shake You Down
At this Moment
Open Your Heart
Livin’ On a Prayer
Jacob’s Ladder
Lean On Me
Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now
I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)
(I Just) Died In Your Arms
With Or Without You
You Keep Me Hangin’ On
Always
Head to Toe
I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)
Alone
Shakedown
I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For
Who’s That Girl
La Bamba
I Just Can’t Stop Loving You
Didn’t We Almost Have It All
Here I Go Again
Lost In Emotion
Bad
I Think We’re Alone Now
Mony Mony “Live”
(I’ve Had) The Time Of My Life
Heaven Is a Place On Earth
Faith
The Bangles
Gregory Abbott
Billy Vera and The Beaters
Madonna
Bon Jovi
Huey Lewis & the News
Club Nouveau
Starship
Aretha Franklin & George Michael
Cutting Crew
U2
Kim Wilde
Atlantic Starr
Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam
Whitney Houston
Heart
Bob Seger
U2
Madonna
Los Lobos
Michael Jackson
Whitney Houston
Whitesnake
Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam
Michael Jackson
Tiffany
Billy Idol
Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes
Belinda Carlisle
George Michael
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#1 Songs in 1988

What were the most popular songs in 1988?

Dec. 12, 1987 Jan. 8
Jan. 9 – Jan. 15
Jan. 16 – Jan. 22
Janu. 23 – Jan. 29
Jan. 30 – Feb. 5
Feb. 6 – Feb. 19
Feb. 20 – Feb. 26
Feb. 27 – Mar. 11
Mar. 12 – Mar. 20
Mar. 26 – Apr. 8
Apr. 9 – Apr. 22
Apr. 23 – May 6
May 7 – May 13
May 14 – May 27
May 28 – July 17
June 18 – July 24
June 25 – July 1
July 2 – July 8
July 9 – July 22
July 23 – July 29
July 30 – Aug. 26
Aug. 27 – Sept. 9
Sept. 10 – Sept. 23
Sept. 24 – Oct. 7
Oct. 8 – Oct. 14
Oct. 15 – Oct. 21
Oct. 22 – Nov. 4
Nov. 5 – Nov. 11
Nov. 12 – Nov. 18
Nov. 19 – Dec. 2
Dec. 3 – Dec. 9
Dec. 10 – Dec. 23
Dec. 24 – Jan. 13, 1989
Faith
So Emotional
Got My Mind Set on You
The Way You Make Me Feel
Need You Tonight
Could’ve Been
Seasons Change
Father Figure
Never Gonna Give You Up
Man In The Mirror
Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car
Where Do Broken Hearts Go
Wishing Well
Anything For You
One More Try
Together Forever
Foolish Beat
Dirty Diana
The Flame
Hold On to The Nights
Roll With It
Monkey
Sweet Child O’ Mine
Don’t Worry Be Happy
Love Bites
Red Red Wine
Groovy Kind Of Love
Kokomo
Wild, Wild West
Bad Medicine
Baby, I Love Your Way
Look Away
Every Rose Has Its Thorn
George Michael
Whitney Houston
George Harrison
Michael Jackson
INXS
Tiffany
Exposé
George Michael
Rick Astley
Michael Jackson
Billy Ocean
Whitney Houston
Terence Trent D’Arby
Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine
George Michael
Rick Astley
Debbie Gibson
Michael Jackson
Cheap Trick
Richard Marx
Steve Winwood
George Michael
Guns N’ Roses
Bobby McFerrin
Def Leppard
UB40
Phil Collins
The Beach Boys
The Escape Club
Bon Jovi
Will To Power
Chicago
Poison

#1 Songs in 1989

What were the most popular songs in 1989?

Dec. 24, 1988 – Jan. 13
Jan. 14 – Jan. 20
Jan. 21 – Feb. 3
Feb. 4 – Feb. 10
Feb. 11 – Mar. 3
Mar. 4 – Mar. 24
Mar. 25 – Mar. 3
Apr. 1 – Apr. 7
Apr. 8 – Apr. 14
Apr. 15 – Apr. 21
Apr. 22 – May 12
May 13 – May 19
May 20 – June 2
June 3 – June 9
June 10 – June 16
June 17- June 23
June 24 – June 30
July 1 – July 7
July 8 – July 14
July 15 – July 21
July 22 – Aug. 4
Aug. 5 – Aug. 11
Aug. 12 – Sept. 1
Sept. 2 – Sept. 8
Sept. 9 – Sept. 15
Sept. 16 – Sept. 22
Sept. 23 – Oct. 6
Oct. 7 – Nov. 3
Nov. 4 – Nov. 10
Nov. 11 – Nov. 24
Nov. 25 – Dec. 9
Dec. 9 – Dec. 22
Dec. 23 – Jan. 13, 1990
Every Rose Has Its Thorn
My Prerogative
Two Hearts
When I’m With You
Straight Up
Lost In Your Eyes
The Living Years
Eternal Flame
The Look
She Drives Me Crazy
Like a Prayer
I’ll Be There for You
Forever Your Girl
Rock On
Wind Beneath My Wings
I’ll Be Loving You (Forever)
Satisfied
Baby Don’t Forget My Number
Good Thing
If You Don’t Know Me By Now
Toy Soldiers
Batdance
Right Here Waiting
Cold Hearted
Hangin’ Tough
Don’t Wanna Lose You
Girl I’m Gonna Miss You
Miss You Much
Listen to Your Heart
When I See You Smile
Blame It On the Rain
We Didn’t Start The Fire
Another Day In Paradise
Poison
Bobby Brown
Phil Collins
Sheriff
Paula Abdul
Debbie Gibson
Mike & The Mechanics
The Bangles
Roxette
Fine Young Cannibals
Madonna
Bon Jovi
Paula Abdul
Michael Damian
Bette Midler
New Kids On The Block
Richard Marx
Milli Vanilli
Fine Young Cannibals
Simply Red
Martika
Prince
Richard Marx
Paula Abdul
New Kids On The Block
Gloria Estefan
Milli Vanilli
Janet Jackson
Roxette
Bad English
Milli Vanilli
Billy Joel
Phil Collins
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