Top Country Songs of Top Brazil Songs of The list on this page is for all 1 hit Pop singles for using proprietary methods. The results in this chart are not affiliated with any mainstream or commercial chart and may not reflect charts seen elsewhere. The singles were tracked by international sales, radio airplay, social media mentions, website votes, jukebox plays and digital downloads. Select a Year Rank Song Artist Title 1 Flashdance
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These are the top songs of Within the top there are a total of 77 different bands or artists. Michael Jackson achieved the most entries including a duet with Paul McCartney with five of the top songs of The song title is at the top in gray with the artist below in red. We welcome to you to join our Top40Weekly Forum to discuss the charts with like-minded enthusiasts. You can find links to more 80's content at the bottom of the page. Page Contents. Songs 51 - 60 Songs 61 - 70 Songs 71 - 80 Songs 81 - 90 Songs 91 -
Billboard Year-End Hot chart for All Rights Reserved. For detailed information on how Billboard compiled the charts, see the Wikipedia article " Billboard Hot ". Top s Songs. Billie Jean - Michael Jackson 3. What A Feeling - Irene Cara 4. Down Under - Men At Work 5.
Maybe all this confession does is pinpoint my age, but some of my favorite memories of are of listening to Casey Kasem and marveling at the variety and quality of pop music released that year. From Celtic influences to the early rustlings of hair metal , the memorable hits of never wavered from a special kind of intrigue. And oh yeah, Michael Jackson had a few minor hits this year as well, not to mention flashes in the pan like Prince and Madonna. Although this song lies unmistakably on the edge of being overexposed through '80s flashback weekend radio shows, there's a reason for its ubiquitousness. It's a perfectly constructed Celtic pop tune with unintelligible lyrics, a song that somehow manages to attain optimal accessibility despite the apparent strikes against it. How during the '80s, the age of the synthesizer, could a song featuring a scraggly lead singer in overalls and a prominent banjo part possibly rule the charts? It would not be unreasonable to argue that more than one Michael Jackson tune should crack this list, and perhaps this choice will generate even more controversy for being my single selection from the blockbuster album. But for my money, Jackson has never released a prettier tune than this one, a quiet and delicate ballad containing some really interesting melodic and rhythmic turns.