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RADIO AND RECORDS (USA) MAGAZINE'S (MAGAZINE'S CHART) TOP 89 HOT TRACKS OF 1989 PDF Print E-mail
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Aug 26, 2017 at 08:55 PM
RADIO AND RECORDS (USA) MAGAZINE'S (MAGAZINE'S CHART) TOP 89 HOT TRACKS OF 1989*


Pos.-Title-Artist-Label-Peak Month 
  1 RUNNIN' DOWN A DREAM-TOM PETTY-JUNE
  2 FREE FALLIN'-TOM PETTY-August
  3 PATIENCE-GUNS & ROSES-March
  4 LET THE DAY BEGIN-THE CALL-August
  5 I WILL NOT GO QUIETLY-DON HENLEY-August
  6 CROSSFIRE-STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN & DOUBLE TROUBLE-July
  7 ROCK AND A HARD PLACE-ROLLING STONES-October
  8 ONCE BITTEN TWICE SHY-Great White-April
  9 WORKING ON IT-Chris Rea-March
 10 I'LL BE YOU-Replacements-March
 11 Fire Woman-Cult-April
 12 Headed For A Heartbreak-Winger-August
 13 Driven Out-The Fixx-February
 14 Rooms On Fire-Stevie Nicks-June
 15 I Won't Back Down-Tom Petty-April
 16 Heaven-Warrant-August
 17 Stand-R.E.M.-February
 18 Need A Little Taste Of Love-Doobie Brothers-July
 19 Sold Me Down The River-Alarm-October
 20 Forget Me Not-Bad English-July
 21 Call It Love-Poco-October
 22 Don't Say You Love Me-Billy Squier-July
 23 Second Chance-Thirty-Eight Special-March
 24 Janie's Got A Gun-Aerosmith-November
 25 The End Of The Innocence-Don Henley-June
 26 So Alive-Love & Rockets-June
 27 The Love In Your Eyes-Eddie Money-January
 28 Brother Of Mine-Anderson,Bruford,Wakeman,Howe-June
 29 Voices Of Babylon-Outfield-April
 30 The Last Worthless Evening-Don Henley-December
 31 Rockin' In The Free World-Neil Young-October
 32 You Got It-Roy Orbison-February
 33 Got It Made-Crosby,Stills,Nash & Young-January
 34 I'll Be There For You-Bon Jovi-March
 35 Love In An Elevator-Aerosmith-September
 36 When The Night Comes-Joe Cocker-September
 37 Something To Hold On To-Trevor Rabin-September
 38 End Of The Line-Traveling Wilburys-March
 39 Cult Of Personality-Living Colour-February
 40 I Want It All-Queen-May
 41 Hey Baby-Henry Lee Summer-August
 42 When Love Comes To Town-U2-January
 43 18 And Life-Skid Row-August
 44 Similar Features-Melissa Etheridge-March
 45 No Souvenirs-Melissa Etheridge-October
 46 Wait For You-Bonham-November
 47 Mixed Emotions-Rolling Stones-August
 48 Down Boys-Warrant-April
 49 Love Has Taken Its Toll-Saraya-April
 50 On The Line-Tangiers-August
 51 Dear God-Midge Ure-March
 52 Angel Of Harlem-U2-February
 53 Poison-Alice Cooper-September
 54 Now You're In Heaven-Julian Lennon-April
 55 Love Is A Long Road-Tom Petty-October
 56 All Is Forgiven-Siren-April
 57 The Living Years-Mike & Mechanics-February
 58 Satisfied-Richard Marx-May
 59 Sowing The Seeds Of Love-Tears For Fears-September
 60 Veronica-Elvis Costello-March
 61 The Doctor-Doobie Brothers-May
 62 The Crush Of Love-Joe Satriani-January
 63 Coming Home-Cinderella-May
 64 God Part Il-U2-March
 65 I'm A Believer-Giant-October
 66 World In Motion-Joe Jackson-June
 67 It's Not Enough-Starship-September
 68 Martha Say-John Cougar Mellencamp-June
 69 Shake It Up-Bad Company-March
 70 Send Me Somebody-Jon Butcher-February
 71 Heaven's Trail-Tesla-March
 72 A Friend Is A Friend-Pete Townsend-July
 73 Doctor Feelgood-Motley Crue-September
 74 Armageddon It-Def Leppard-January
 75 When I See You Smile-Bad English-October
 76 Confidential-Radiators-April
 77 Chasing You Into The Light-Jackson Browne-August
 78 Drive My Car-David Crosby-February
 79 Last Night-Traveling Wilburys-January
 80 Little Fighter-White Lion-July
 81 Rocket-Def Leppard-March
 82 Kissing Willie-Jethro Tull-September
 83 Mayor Of Simpleton-XTC-April
 84 Tightrope-Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble-October
 85 Where Were You-Little America-March
 86 Love Cries-Stage Dolls-September
 87 The Want Of A Nail-Todd Rungren-June
 88 Love Song-Tesla-December
 89 Pop Singer-John Cougar Mellencamp-May

 * As published in the December 15,1989 issue of Radio And Records Magazine.

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