1989 singles

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  1. 1000 Gute Gründe

    1000 Gute Gründe (1988)

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    "1000 gute Gründe" (1000 good reasons) is a song by Die Toten Hosen. It is the second single and the second track from the album Ein kleines bisschen Horrorschau.


  2. 101

    101 (1988)

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    "101" is a 1989 song written by Prince (using his pseudonym Joey Coco) for Sheena Easton. The song appeared on Easton's album The Lover in Me.


  3. 18 And Life

    18 And Life (1989)

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    "18 and Life" is the second single and power ballad from Skid Row's 1989 eponymous debut album.


  4. 2300 Jackson Street

    2300 Jackson Street

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    "2300 Jackson Street" is a 1989 single released by The Jacksons from their album of the same name. The song features Michael and Marlon Jackson, who had previously left the group, although this is the only track that they are featured on the album. It also features two of the Jackson sisters Rebbie and Janet. "2300 Jackson Street" is about the Jackson family's childhood home in Gary, Indiana. The track was written and composed by The Jacksons as well as Teddy Riley among others. It peaked on the Billboard R&B singles chart at #9.


  5. 3 A.M. Eternal

    3 A.M. Eternal (1989)

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    "3 a.m. Eternal" is a song by the British acid house group The KLF. Numerous versions of the song were released as singles between 1989 and 1992. In January 1991, an acid house pop version of the song became an international top ten hit single, reaching number-one on the UK Singles Chart and number five on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, and leading to The KLF becoming the internationally biggest-selling singles band of 1991. When, the following year, The KLF accepted an invitation to perform at the 1992 BRIT Awards ceremony, they caused controversy with a succession of anti-establishment gestures that included a duet performance of "3 a.m. Eternal" with the crust punk band Extreme Noise Terror, during which The KLF co-founder Bill Drummond fired machine-gun blanks over the audience of music industry luminaries. A studio-produced version of this song was issued as a limited edition mail order 7" single, the final release by The KLF and their independent record label, KLF Communications.


  6. 4 Gouden Hits

    4 Gouden Hits

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    4 Gouden Hits is the fifteenth single by Dutch girl group Luv', released in 1989 by Philips Records. This Maxi CD single includes four hit singles: "You're the Greatest Lover", "Trojan Horse", "Casanova" and "U.O.Me (You Owe Me)".


  7. 5:01 Blues

    5:01 Blues (1989)

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    "5:01 Blues" is the title of a song written by Michael Garvin and Jeff Tweel, and recorded by American country music artist Merle Haggard. It was released in 1989 as the first single and title track from the album 5:01 Blues. The song reached #18 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.


  8. A Better Love Next Time

    A Better Love Next Time (1989)

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    "A Better Love Next Time" is the title of a song written by Johnny Christopher and Bobby Wood, and recorded by American country music artist Merle Haggard. It was released in 1989 as the second single from the album 5:01 Blues. The song reached #4 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. It was Haggard's last Top Ten hit.


  9. A Better Man

    A Better Man (1989)

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    "A Better Man" is the title of a song co-written and performed by American country music artist Clint Black. It was released in February 1989 as the first single from his debut album, Killin' Time. It was written by Black and Hayden Nicholas. When "A Better Man" went to No. 1 on the Billboard magazine Hot Country Singles chart on June 10, Black became the first artist since Freddy Fender to ascend to the top of the country chart with his first charted single. In addition, "A Better Man" was the No. 1 song of 1989 on the Hot Country Singles chart. The success of "A Better Man," along with the follow-up "Killin' Time," were instrumental in Black winning the Country Music Association's Horizon Award in 1989.


  10. A Donde

    A Donde

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    "A Dónde" is a 1989 single by German synthpop band Cetu Javu. The song was released as a single in Spain and appeared on their 1990 debut album Southern Lands. The extended version originally featured as the B-side to "So Strange". A new 12" remix version b/w "Una Mujer" was released in 1993.


  11. A Dream In The Night

    A Dream In The Night (1995)

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    "A Dream in the Night" is a single by Irish musical group Clannad released to promote their soundtrack album "The Angel and the Soldier Boy".


  12. A Girl Like You

    A Girl Like You

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    "A Girl Like You" is a song by the American alternative rock group The Smithereens. It is the first single released in support of their third album 11.


  13. A Huge Ever Growing Pulsating Brain That Rules From The Centre Of The Ultraworld…

    A Huge Ever Growing Pulsating Brain That Rules From The Centre Of The Ultraworld…

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    "A Huge Ever Growing Pulsating Brain That Rules from the Centre of the Ultraworld" is a single by the ambient house group The Orb. It was originally released in October 1989 and made the UK Singles Chart in 1990, peaking at #78. The 'Peel Session' version was also voted into #10 place in John Peel's 1990 Festive Fifty. In April 1991, it was released on the debut album The Orb's Adventures Beyond the Ultraworld. The title is taken from a sound effects track from Blake's 7 on BBC Sound Effects No. 26 - Sci-Fi Sound Effects titled "The Core, A Huge Evergrowing Pulsating Brain which Rules from the Centre of Ultraworld".


  14. A Night to Remember

    A Night to Remember (1989)

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    "A Night to Remember" was the fourth single from the album of the same name by Cyndi Lauper.


  15. A Question of Time

    A Question of Time (1986)

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    "A Question of Time" is Depeche Mode's seventeenth UK single, released on 11 August 1986, following the similarly titled "A Question of Lust" single.


  16. A Quoi Je Sers...

    A Quoi Je Sers... (1989)

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    "À quoi je sers..." (English: "What good am I...") is a 1989 song recorded by French singer-songwriter Mylène Farmer. The single was a new song when it was released in July 1989, being not available on Farmer's studio albums, but only in a live version on En Concert. Marking the end of Farmer's first period of work, it hit a moderate success in France.


  17. A Woman In Love

    A Woman In Love (1989)

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    "A Woman in Love" is a song written by Curtis Wright and Doug Millett, and recorded by American country music singer Ronnie Milsap. It was released in 1989 as the third single from the album Stranger Things Have Happened. It was his last song to reach number one on the U.S. country singles chart. It tells of man who is confused with the way women in love behave. For an example, during the chorus, Ronnie sings the following line: "You never know with a woman in love."


  18. Above and Beyond

    Above and Beyond (1988)

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    "Above and Beyond", also known as "Above and Beyond (The Call of Love)" is the title of a song written by Harlan Howard and recorded by American country music singer Buck Owens. Released in 1960 as a single with "'Til These Dreams Come True" on the B-side, Owens' rendition reached No. 3 on the Billboard country singles charts that year. It was his third single.


  19. Ace In The Hole

    Ace In The Hole (1989)

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    "Ace in the Hole" the title of a song written by Dennis Adkins, and recorded by American country music artist George Strait. George's touring band is called "The Ace in the Hole Band." It was released in July 1989 as the third single from his album Beyond the Blue Neon. It became his 18th #1 single as well as his 11th in a row.


  20. Advice for The Young at Heart

    Advice for The Young at Heart (1989)

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    "Advice for the Young at Heart" is a song by the British band Tears for Fears, taken from their 1989 album The Seeds of Love. It was released as the third single from the album in February 1990.


  21. After All

    After All (1989)

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    "After All" is a 1989 Billboard Hot 100 number six hit song performed as a duet by American singer and actress Cher and American singer and bass player Peter Cetera (former lead vocalist of Chicago), released on February 21, 1989 by Geffen Records. It was used as the love theme for the movie Chances Are and was nominated for Best Original Song at the Academy Awards 1989. The song was also the first North American single (promo in the rest of the world) release from Cher's nineteenth album Heart of Stone. The song was featured on Peter Cetera's album You're The Inspiration - A Collection .


  22. After All This Time

    After All This Time (1988)

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    "After All This Time" is a song written and recorded by American country music artist Rodney Crowell. It was released in January 1989 as the fourth single from the album Diamonds & Dirt. It was Crowell's seventh single to reach the U.S. country music chart and the third of four number ones. "After All This Time" spent one week at the top and fifteen weeks on chart overall. It won a 1990 Grammy Award for Best Country Song.


  23. Ain't Nobody Better

    Ain't Nobody Better

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    "Ain't Nobody Better" is a song by American house/techno group Inner City. The single was the third consecutive number one on the dance charts. The single also made it into the top ten on the UK singles chart. However, "Ain't Nobody Better" failed to place on the soul singles chart and on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.


  24. Ain't Nuthin' in the World

    Ain't Nuthin' in the World

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    "Ain't Nuthin' in the World" is a song by American singer Miki Howard. The single was one of her most successful of her career, becoming the first of two singles to reach number one on Billboard's Hot Black Singles chart, where it stayed for one week.


  25. Ain't Too Proud To Beg

    Ain't Too Proud To Beg (1974)

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    "Ain't Too Proud to Beg" is a 1966 song and hit single by The Temptations for Motown Records' Gordy label, produced by Norman Whitfield and written by Whitfield and Edward Holland, Jr. The song peaked at number 13 on the Billboard Pop Chart, and was a number-one hit on the Billboard R&B charts for eight non-consecutive weeks. The song's success, in the wake of the relative underperformance of the previous Temptations single, "Get Ready", resulted in Norman Whitfield replacing Smokey Robinson, producer of "Get Ready", as The Temptations' main producer. In 2004 it finished #94 in AFI's 100 Years...100 Songs poll thanks to its inclusion in The Big Chill soundtrack.


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