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The Number One Hits Of 1983

1983The Number One Hits Of 1983:
December 18, 1982 – January 14, 1983:
Daryl Hall and John OatesManeater

January 15, 1983 – February 4, 1983:
Men at WorkDown Under

February 5, 1983 – February 18, 1983:
TotoAfrica

February 19, 1983 – March 4, 1983:
Patti Austin and James IngramBaby, Come to Me

March 5, 1983 – April 22, 1983:
Michael JacksonBillie Jean

April 23, 1983 – April 29, 1983:
Dexys Midnight RunnersCome On Eileen

April 30, 1983 – May 20, 1983:
Michael JacksonBeat It

May 21, 1983 – May 27, 1983:
David BowieLet’s Dance

May 28, 1983 – July 8, 1983:
Irene CaraFlashdance… What a Feeling

July 9, 1983 – September 2, 1983:
The PoliceEvery Breath You Take

September 3, 1983 – September 9, 1983:
EurythmicsSweet Dreams (Are Made of This)

September 10, 1983 – September 23, 1983:
Michael SembelloManiac

September 24, 1983 – September 30, 1983:
Billy JoelTell Her About It

October 1, 1983 – October 28, 1983:
Bonnie TylerTotal Eclipse of the Heart

October 29, 1983 – November 11, 1983:
Kenny Rogers with Dolly PartonIslands in the Stream

November 12, 1983 – December 9, 1983:
Lionel RichieAll Night Long (All Night)

December 10, 1983 – January 20, 1984:
Paul McCartney and Michael JacksonSay, Say, Say

The biggest Pop Artists of 1983 include:
Daryl Hall & John Oates, Angela Bofill, Billy Joel, Bob Seger, Bonnie Tyler, Culture Club, Daryl Hall & John Oates, David Bowie, DeBarge, Don Henley, Donna Summer, Duran Duran, Eurythmics, George Clinton, James Ingram, Irene Cara, Journey, Kenny Rogers, Lionel Richie, Men at Work, Micheal Jackson, Naked Eyes, New Edition, Patti Austin, Paric Rushen, Paul McCartney, The Police, Ray Parker Jr, Prince, Rick James, Rufus, Stray Cats, Styx, Toto

(Data is complied from various charts including: Billboard’s Pop, Rock, Airplay, R&B/Dance and Singles Charts. The Hot 100 is the primary chart used for this list.)


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