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The Number One Hits Of 1989

1989The Number One Hits Of 1989:
December 24, 1988 – January 13, 1989:
PoisonEvery Rose Has Its Thorn

January 14, 1989 – January 20, 1989:
Bobby BrownMy Prerogative

January 21, 1989 – February 3, 1989:
Phil CollinsTwo Hearts

February 4, 1989 – February 10, 1989:
SheriffWhen I’m with You

February 11, 1989 – March 3, 1989:
Paula AbdulStraight Up

March 4, 1989 – March 24, 1989:
Debbie GibsonLost In Your Eyes

March 25, 1989 – March 31, 1989:
Mike + The MechanicsThe Living Years

April 1, 1989 – April 7, 1989:
The BanglesEternal Flame

April 8, 1989 – April 14, 1989:
RoxetteThe Look

April 15, 1989 – April 21, 1989:
Fine Young CannibalsShe Drives Me Crazy

April 22, 1989 – May 12, 1989:
MadonnaLike a Prayer

May 13, 1989 – May 19, 1989:
Bon JoviI’ll Be There for You

May 20, 1989 – June 2, 1989:
Paula AbdulForever Your Girl

June 3, 1989 – June 9, 1989:
Michael DamianRock On

June 10, 1989 – June 16, 1989:
Bette MidlerWind Beneath My Wings

June 17, 1989 – June 23, 1989:
New Kids on the BlockI’ll Be Loving You (Forever)

June 24, 1989 – June 30, 1989:
Richard MarxSatisfied

July 1, 1989 – July 7, 1989:
Milli VanilliBaby Don’t Forget My Number

July 8, 1989 – July 14, 1989:
Fine Young CannibalsGood Thing

July 15, 1989 – July 21, 1989:
Simply RedIf You Don’t Know Me By Now

July 22, 1989 – August 4, 1989:
MartikaToy Soldiers

August 5, 1989 – August 11, 1989:
PrinceBatdance

August 12, 1989 – September 1, 1989:
Richard MarxRight Here Waiting

September 2, 1989 – September 8, 1989:
Paula AbdulCold Hearted

September 9, 1989 – September 15, 1989:
New Kids on the BlockHangin’ Tough

September 16, 1989 – September 22, 1989:
Gloria EstefanDon’t Wanna Lose You

September 23, 1989 – October 6, 1989:
Milli VanilliGirl I’m Gonna Miss You

October 7, 1989 – November 3, 1989:
Janet JacksonMiss You Much

November 4, 1989 – November 10, 1989:
RoxetteListen To Your Heart

November 11, 1989 – November 24, 1989:
Bad EnglishWhen I See You Smile

November 25, 1989 – December 8, 1989:
Milli VanilliBlame It on the Rain

December 9, 1989 – December 22, 1989:
Billy JoelWe Didn’t Start the Fire

December 23, 1989 – January 19, 1990:
Phil CollinsAnother Day in Paradise

The biggest Pop Artists of 1989 include:
Babyface, The Bangles, Bette Midler, Bobby Brown, Bon Jovi, Cher, Debbie Gibson, Dino, Donny Osmond, Fing Young Cannibals, Guy, Heavy D & the Boyz, Janet Jackson, Karyn White, Keith Sweat, Levert, Luther Vandross, Madonna, Martika, Micheal Jackson, Milli Vanilli, Natalie Cole, New Kids on the Block, Paula Abdul, Peabo Bryson, Phil Collins, Poison, Prince, Quincy Jones, Regina Belle, Richard Marx, Roxette, Simply Red, Slick Rick, Soul II Soul, Stephanie Mills, Surface, Taylor Dayne, Tone Loc, Vanessa Williams, Whitney Houston

(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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