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  1. Dangerous

    Dangerous (1988)


    "Dangerous", written by Per Gessle, is the fourth single released from Roxette's album Look Sharp!. Gessle penned it just before Roxette's first tour in 1987. Released at the end of 1989, it was the group's third top 10 showing on the Billboard Hot 100, spending two weeks at #2 in February 1990. It was held out from the #1 spot by the Paula Abdul track "Opposites Attract". The music video was performed in the ruins of Borgholm Castle. It was released as a double A-side in the UK, alongside "Listen to Your Heart".

  2. House Of Broken Love

    House Of Broken Love


    House of Broken Love is a 1989 rock song by the American hard rock band Great White. Written by Mark Kendall, Michael Lardie and Alan Niven, the song was the eighth track on the band's album ...Twice Shy.

  3. F.I.N.E*

    F.I.N.E* (1989)


    "F.I.N.E." is a song by the American hard rock band Aerosmith. It was written by lead singer Steven Tyler and lead guitarist Joe Perry. The song title is an acronym for "Fucked Up, Insecure, Neurotic, and Emotional", as stated in the album's liner notes. The song, totaling four minutes, nine seconds, is the second track on the band's 1989 album Pump. It was released as a promotional single to rock radio in 1989, and reached #14 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart.

  4. The Arms of Orion

    The Arms of Orion (1989)


    "The Arms of Orion" is a slow, romantic duet written by Sheena Easton, performed with Prince from the 1989 Batman soundtrack. Released after "Batdance" and "Partyman" had both gone top 20 in UK/U.S. charts, the single was a top 40 hit single on the US Billboard's Hot 100 at #36. "The Arms of Orion" is a ballad that is accompanied mainly by the piano. Synthesizers also play a strong role throughout the song, programmed to emulate a string section. The track also uses a subdued drum machine loop, and samples of rain and thunder. The lyrics allude to the constellation of Orion, implying that the arms of the figure in the sky are wide enough to hold him and his lover together, although the lovers are far apart.

  5. Cha Cha Cha

    Cha Cha Cha (1989)


    Cha Cha Cha is a single from MC Lyte's album Eyes on This. It was released on July 3, 1989.

  6. More Than A Name On A Wall

    More Than A Name On A Wall


    "More Than a Name on a Wall" is a song written by Jimmy Fortune and John Rimel, and recorded by American country music group The Statler Brothers. It was released in April 1989 as the third single from their Greatest Hits album. The song, about a mother visiting the Vietnam Wall to see her son's name, peaked at number 6 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart.

  7. Looking for freedom

    Looking for freedom (1989)


    "Looking for Freedom", with music by Jack White and lyric by Gary Cowtan, came out as a single from David Hasselhoff in 1989 (originally released in 1978 with German singer Marc Seaberg). The song held the No. 1 positions in the former West Germany for 8 weeks and in Switzerland for 4 weeks. Matthew Wilkening of AOL Radio ranked it at #98 on the list of the 100 Worst Songs Ever, stating that Hasselhoff "testifies to the power of music — horrible, horrible music — to unite and uplift us all."

  8. La Luna

    La Luna (1989)


    La Luna (The Moon) is the second single from Belinda Carlisle's third album Runaway Horses, released in 1989.

  9. Don't Take It Personal

    Don't Take It Personal (1989)


    "Don't Take It Personal" is a 1989 single by Jermaine Jackson. The single would be Jermaine Jackson's second and final number one on the U.S. R&B chart. "Don't Take It Personal" peaked at number sixty-four on the Billboard Hot 100 pop chart.

  10. Blue Blue Day

    Blue Blue Day (1958)


    "Blue Blue Day" is a 1958 single by Don Gibson. "Blue Blue Day" went to number one for two weeks on the Country & Western Best Seller charts and remained on the charts for a total of six months. The song also became Don Gibson's second of four Top 40 entries, where it peaked at number twenty.

  11. Living Proof

    Living Proof (1988)


    "Living Proof" is a song written by Johnny MacRae and Steve Clark, and recorded by American country music singer Ricky Van Shelton. The song — a ballad paying tribute to long-standing love — was released in July 1989 as the fourth single from the album Loving Proof. It became Shelton's sixth No. 1 single on the Billboard magazine Hot Country Singles chart that October.

  12. Simplemente Amigos

    Simplemente Amigos (1988)


    "Simplemente Amigos" ("Just Friends") is a ballad written and performed by Mexican singer-songwriter Ana Gabriel. It was produced by Mariano Pérez and was released in 1989 as the second single from her studio album Tierra de Nadie. The song became Gabriel's second number-one single in the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks chart after "Ay Amor" in 1988. The success of the song led its parent album to its peak at number one in the Billboard Latin Pop Albums and approximate sales of six million units in Latin America.

  13. Trainwreck Of Emotion

    Trainwreck Of Emotion


    "Trainwreck of Emotion" is a song written by Jon Vezner and Alan Rhody, and recorded by American country music artist Lorrie Morgan. It was released in 1988 as the first single from the album Leave the Light On. The song reached #20 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.

  14. 'lay Down Your Arms'

    'lay Down Your Arms' (1993)


    "Lay Down Your Arms" is a pop rock song which Charlotte Caffey, Ralph Schuckett and Ellen Shipley wrote and composed, and which Shipley produced, for The Graces's first album Perfect View (1989). Caffey was the lead vocalist on the song, and it was released as the band's debut single. It charted at #56 in the Billboard charts.

  15. One

    One (1989)


    "One" is the second international single (and lead single in the U.S.) from the Bee Gees' album, One. This was the song that returned the Bee Gees to American radio and would turn out to be their biggest US hit in the 1980s, and their last hit single to reach the US top ten. It peaked at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in September 1989, and it stayed in the Top 40 for ten weeks. It also topped the American adult contemporary chart that same month, remaining at number one for two weeks.

  16. Storms In Africa

    Storms In Africa (1988)


    "Storms in Africa" is a song by the Irish singer Enya, featured on her 1988 album Watermark. The song was released as a single in the UK in June 1989 and reached #41.

  17. Express Yourself

    Express Yourself (1988)


    "Express Yourself" is a song recorded by American hip hop group N.W.A. The song, off their 1988 album Straight Outta Compton, samples Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band's song of the same name. Unlike most songs on the album and by N.W.A, the song is almost devoid of profanity and violent content. "Express Yourself" was released in 1989 as the album's last single.

  18. Yo Mister

    Yo Mister (1989)


    "Yo Mister" is a song written by Prince for Patti LaBelle. She recorded the song for her 1989 album, Be Yourself, and the song was released as a single. It became a top ten R&B hit.

  19. With Every Beat Of My Heart

    With Every Beat Of My Heart (1989)


    "With Every Beat of My Heart" is a song by Taylor Dayne, the lead single from her second album Can't Fight Fate.

  20. Like A Prayer

    Like A Prayer (1989)


    "Like a Prayer" is a song recorded by the American singer Madonna for her 1989 studio album of the same name. Sire Records released it as the lead single from the album on March 3, 1989. Written and produced by Madonna and Patrick Leonard, "Like a Prayer" denoted a more artistic and personal approach to songwriting for Madonna, who felt she needed to cater more to her adult audience.

  21. China Doll

    China Doll (1988)


    "China Doll" is a song by the English singer-songwriter Julian Cope. It is the third and final single released in support of his album My Nation Underground.

  22. The Lonely Side Of Love

    The Lonely Side Of Love (1988)


    "The Lonely Side of Love" is a song written by Kostas, and recorded by American country music artist Patty Loveless. It was released in September 1989 as the fourth single from her album Honky Tonk Angel.

  23. Blow At High Dough

    Blow At High Dough


    "Blow at High Dough" is the first single by The Tragically Hip from their debut studio album, Up to Here. The song was later used in the CBC Television series Made in Canada as the opening theme song. The song reached #1 on the RPM CANCON chart.

  24. Personal Jesus

    Personal Jesus (2002)


    "Personal Jesus" is Depeche Mode's 23rd UK single, released on 29 August 1989, and the first single from the album Violator. The single reached No. 13 on the UK Singles Chart and No. 28 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was the first single to make the US Top 40 for the band since their 1984 single "People Are People" and was their first gold-certified single in the US (quickly followed by the band's subsequent single, "Enjoy the Silence").

  25. Where Did I Go Wrong

    Where Did I Go Wrong


    "Where Did I Go Wrong" is a song written and recorded by American country music artist Steve Wariner. It was released in January 1989 as the first single from the album I Got Dreams. It was Wariner's eighth number-one country single, spending one week at the top of the chart during a fourteen week chart run.

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