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Record World

Record World magazine was one of the three main music industry trade magazines in the United States, along with Billboard and Cash Box. It was founded in 1946 under the name Music Vendor, but in 1964 it was changed to Record World, under the ownership of Sid Parnes and Bob Austin. It ceased publication on April 10, 1982.[1] Many music industry personalities, writers, and critics began their careers there in the early 1970s to 1980s.[citation needed]

History

Growth

Record World has been considered the hipper, faster-moving music industry publication[citation needed], in contrast to the stodgier Billboard and Cash Box, its sister magazine. Music Vendor, as it was then known, published its first music chart for the week ending October 4th, 1954[2].

A weekly, like its competitors, it was housed in New York City at 1700 Broadway, at 53rd Street, just across the street from the Ed Sullivan Theater, and West Coast editorial offices in Los Angeles on Sunset and Vine.

Rock bands frequented Record World's offices as part of their promotional tours, often leaving questionable promo items in their wake. The band Hot Rats, for instance, presented each writer with a freeze-dried and shrink-wrapped rat to remember them by.

Today Record World and its sister magazine Cash Box are at the forefront of today's music industry.

Peak

Record World showed musical diversity by printing a "Non-Rock" survey, comparable to Billboard's "Easy Listening" chart. This chart appeared 2/4/67 and disappeared essentially 5 years later, 3/4/72, having morphed to the name "The MOR Chart" by 1971. Several titles of interest appeared on this 40-position list without making the Billboard Easy Listening survey.

Record World's peak years coincided with the Studio 54 era, when disco was in full swing. Recording artists tottered through on platform heels, bedecked in rhinestones, often seriously impaired by the then-popular recreational drug cocaine.

Young writers labored far into the night writing reviews of records, analyses of sales data and music-related current events. Staffers included Mike Sigman, editor-in-chief (who then went on to become publisher of the LA Weekly); Howie Levitt, managing editor (later of Billboard and BMI, the music royalty service); Pat Baird, who went on to key publicity positions at both RCA and BMI; (Mike Vallone, editor, charts and statistics; associate editor Allen Levy, who went to become a public relations person for United Artists Records, ASCAP and A&M, and who is now a professor of mass communication at Chapman University; art directors Mitchell Kanner, who went on to become Director of Artist Development for Elektra/Asylum Records Records and later Art Director for PolyGram Records, Michael Schanzer, later Stephen Kling and David Ray Skinner; and writers Vince Aletti (later of The New Yorker); Marc Kirkeby (he went on to CBS/Sony Records); Jeffrey Peisch (later of MTV and independent producing); Dave McGee (later of Rolling Stone); Laurie Lennard (later as a talent booker on The Late Show, then wife of comedian Larry David, and producer of Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth); columnist Sophia Midas; and chart editor and asst. editor Fred Goodman (later editor of Cash Box and current managing editor of Pro Sound News and a songwriter/music publisher); among many others.

Demise

Record World's collapse was the result of discord between the two owners,[citation needed] and a sudden downturn in record sales. However, the new owners and management have revived Record World once again as an online Magazine and Music Charting Service.

Legacy

In 2012, it was announced that much of the history of Record World (and its predecessor publication, Music Vendor) would be chronicled in a 1954–1982 volume produced by Joel Whitburn's Record Research, long associated with Billboard-related publications. The book was distributed in September 2012.[citation needed] A second volume, featuring the Music Vendor/Record World "Beat Of The Week" charts (similar to Billboard's "Bubbling Under"), spotlighting positions 101–150, was announced in November 2012.[citation needed]

In 2013, Bruce Elrod reactivated Record World as a sister publication of Cash Box magazine. The new Record World is geared solely to independent artists and labels. Bruce Elrod and Edward Straiter (CEO of Cash Box) aim to make a difference in the music industry for years to come.

List of number-one singles

Here is a list of all the songs that reached #1 on the Music Vendor/Record World chart, obtained from the following cited sources.[3][4] There were a total of 658 songs that reached #1 on the chart. In the early history of the chart, multiple versions of the same song charted as one entry, so the most successful recording of these songs is listed. An asterisk (*) denotes a non-consecutive run at #1.

"The Twist," by Chubby Checker, is the only song to hit #1 in two different chart runs. The record holder for the most weeks at #1 is Debby Boone's "You Light Up My Life," which stayed on top for 13 weeks. "I Love Rock 'n Roll," by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, was the last song to top the chart before the magazine ceased publication.

Record World #1 Hits
Song Chart date song reached #1 Weeks at #1
"Hey There," Rosemary Clooney 10/4/1954 3
"If I Give My Heart To You," Doris Day 10/25/1954 3
"I Need You Now," Eddie Fisher 11/15/1954 1
"Papa Loves Mambo," Perry Como 11/22/1954 1
"Mr. Sandman," The Chordettes 11/29/1954 3
"Let Me Go, Lover!," Joan Weber 12/20/1954 3
"Hearts Of Stone," The Fontane Sisters 1/10/1955 6
"Sincerely," The McGuire Sisters 2/21/1955 5
"The Crazy Otto (Medley)," Johnny Maddox & the Rhythmasters 3/28/1955 3
"Ballad Of Davy Crockett," Bill Hayes 4/18/1955 1
"Dance With Me Henry (Wallflower)," Georgia Gibbs 4/25/1955 1
"Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White," Perez Prado Orchestra 5/2/1955 8
"Unchained Melody," Les Baxter Orchestra 6/27/1955 3
"(We're Gonna) Rock Around The Clock," Bill Haley & His Comets 7/18/1955 4
"Ain't That A Shame," Pat Boone 8/15/1955 2
"The Yellow Rose Of Texas," Mitch Miller Orchestra 8/29/1955 7
"Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing," The Four Aces 10/17/1955 2
"Autumn Leaves," Roger Williams 10/31/1955 3
"Sixteen Tons," 'Tennessee' Ernie Ford 11/21/1955 7
"Memories Are Made Of This," Dean Martin 1/13/1956 5
"The Great Pretender," The Platters 2/17/1956 3
"Rock And Roll Waltz," Kay Starr 3/9/1956 2
"Poor People Of Paris," Les Baxter Orchestra 3/23/1956 4
"Blue Suede Shoes," Carl Perkins 4/20/1956 1
"Heartbreak Hotel," Elvis Presley 4/27/1956 7
"The Wayward Wind," Gogi Grant 6/15/1956 8
"My Prayer," The Platters 8/10/1956 3
"Canadian Sunset," Hugo Winterhalter Orchestra 9/1/1956 1
"Don't Be Cruel," Elvis Presley 9/8/1956 8
"Just Walking In The Rain," Johnnie Ray 11/3/1956 4*
"Love Me Tender," Elvis Presley 11/17/1956 1
"Singing The Blues," Guy Mitchell 12/8/1956 7
"Young Love," Tab Hunter 1/26/1957 7
"Marianne," Terry Gilkyson & The Easy Riders 3/16/1957 2
"Butterfly," Andy Williams 3/30/1957 1
"Teen-Age Crush", Tommy Sands 4/6/1957 1
"Party Doll," Buddy Knox 4/13/1957 1
"Little Darlin'," The Diamonds 4/20/1957 1
"All Shook Up," Elvis Presley 4/27/1957 6
"Love Letters In The Sand," Pat Boone 6/8/1957 7*
"Bye Bye Love," The Everly Brothers 7/20/1957 1
"(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear," Elvis Presley 8/3/1957 4
"Tammy," Debbie Reynolds 8/26/1957 3
"Diana," Paul Anka 9/16/1957 3
"Honeycomb," Jimmie Rodgers 10/7/1957 2
"Wake Up Little Susie," The Everly Brothers 10/21/1957 5
"You Send Me," Sam Cooke 11/25/1957 4
"Raunchy," Bill Justis Orchestra 12/23/1957 1
"At The Hop," Danny & The Juniors 12/30/1957 6
"The Stroll", The Diamonds 2/10/1958 2
"Sugartime," The McGuire Sisters 2/24/1958 1
"Catch A Falling Star," Perry Como 3/3/1958 2
"Tequila," The Champs 3/17/1958 4
"He's Got The Whole World (In His Hands)," Laurie London 4/14/1958 2
"Twilight Time," The Platters 4/28/1958 3
"All I Have To Do Is Dream," The Everly Brothers 5/19/1958 4
"The Purple People Eater," Sheb Wooley 6/16/1958 3
"Yakety Yak," The Coasters 7/7/1958 1
"Patricia," Perez Prado Orchestra 7/14/1958 4
"Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu (Volare)," Domenico Modugno 8/11/1958 6
"It's All In The Game," Tommy Edwards 9/22/1958 6
"It's Only Make Believe," Conway Twitty 11/3/1958 3
"Tom Dooley," The Kingston Trio 11/24/1958 1
"To Know Him, Is To Love Him," The Teddy Bears 12/1/1958 3
"The Chipmunk Song," The Chipmunks & David Seville 12/22/1958 3
"Smoke Gets In Your Eyes," The Platters 1/12/1959 4
"Stagger Lee," Lloyd Price 2/9/1959 3
"Donna," Ritchie Valens 3/2/1959 1
"Venus," Frankie Avalon 3/9/1959 4
"Come Softly To Me," The Fleetwoods 4/6/1959 3
"(Now And Then There's) A Fool Such As I," Elvis Presley 4/27/1959 2
"The Happy Organ," Dave 'Baby' Cortez 5/11/1959 1
"Kansas City," Wilbert Harrison 5/18/1959 2
"The Battle Of New Orleans," Johnny Horton 6/1/1959 6
"Lonely Boy," Paul Anka 7/13/1959 3
"My Heart Is an Open Book", Carl Dobkins Jr. 8/3/1959 3
"The Three Bells," The Browns 8/24/1959 5
"Mack The Knife," Bobby Darin 9/28/1959 6
"Mr. Blue," The Fleetwoods 11/9/1959 2
"Don't You Know," Della Reese 11/23/1959 2
"Heartaches By The Number," Guy Mitchell 12/7/1959 3
"Why," Frankie Avalon 12/28/1959 1
"El Paso," Marty Robbins 1/4/1960 2
"Running Bear," Johnny Preston 1/18/1960 3
"Teen Angel," Mark Dinning 2/8/1960 2
"He'll Have To Go," Jim Reeves 2/22/1960 3*
"Theme From A Summer Place," Percy Faith Orchestra 2/29/1960 5
"Greenfields," The Brothers Four 4/18/1960 1
"Stuck On You," Elvis Presley 4/25/1960 3
"Cathy's Clown," The Everly Brothers 5/16/1960 4
"Everybody's Somebody's Fool," Connie Francis 6/13/1960 3
"Alley-Oop," The Hollywood Argyles 7/4/1960 1
"I'm Sorry," Brenda Lee 7/11/1960 3
"Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polkadot Bikini," Brian Hyland 8/1/1960 2
"It's Now Or Never," Elvis Presley 8/15/1960 3
"The Twist," Chubby Checker 9/5/1960 2
"My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own," Connie Francis 9/19/1960 4
"Save The Last Dance For Me," The Drifters 10/17/1960 5
"Last Date," Floyd Cramer 11/21/1960 1
"Are You Lonesome To-night?," Elvis Presley 11/28/1960 4
"Wonderland By Night," Bert Kaempfert Orchestra 12/26/1960 3
"Exodus," Ferrante & Teicher 1/16/1961 1
"Calcutta," Lawrence Welk Orchestra 1/23/1961 6
"Surrender," Elvis Presley 3/6/1961 3
"Blue Moon," The Marcels 3/27/1961 3
"Runaway," Del Shannon 4/17/1961 4
"Mother-In-Law," Ernie K-Doe 5/15/1961 1
"A Hundred Pounds Of Clay," Gene McDaniels 5/22/1961 1
"Travelin' Man," Ricky Nelson 5/29/1961 4
"Quarter To Three," Gary U.S. Bonds 6/26/1961 4
"Tossin' and Turnin'," Bobby Lewis 7/24/1961 4
"Michael," The Highwaymen 8/21/1961 4
"Take Good Care Of My Baby," Bobby Vee 9/18/1961 2
"Crying," Roy Orbison 10/2/1961 1
"Runaround Sue," Dion 10/9/1961 3
"Big Bad John," Jimmy Dean 10/30/1961 6
"The Lion Sleeps Tonight," The Tokens 12/11/1961 4
"The Twist," Chubby Checker 1/8/1962 3
"Duke Of Earl," Gene Chandler 1/29/1962 5
"Hey! Baby," Bruce Channel 3/5/1962 3
"Good Luck Charm," Elvis Presley 3/26/1962 3
"Johnny Angel," Shelley Fabares 4/16/1962 1
"Mashed Potato Time," Dee Dee Sharp 4/23/1962 1
"Soldier Boy," The Shirelles 4/30/1962 2
"Stranger On The Shore," Mr. Acker Bilk 5/19/1962 2
"I Can't Stop Loving You," Ray Charles 6/2/1962 5
"The Stripper," David Rose Orchestra 7/7/1962 1
"Roses Are Red (My Love)," Bobby Vinton 7/14/1962 5
"Breaking Up Is Hard To Do," Neil Sedaka 8/18/1962 1
"The Loco-Motion," Little Eva 8/25/1962 2
"Ramblin' Rose," Nat "King" Cole 9/8/1962 1
"Sherry," The 4 Seasons 9/15/1962 5
"Monster Mash," Bobby (Boris) Pickett & The Crypt-Kickers 10/20/1962 2
"He's A Rebel," The Crystals 11/3/1962 1
"Big Girls Don't Cry," The 4 Seasons 11/10/1962 6
"Return To Sender," Elvis Presley 12/22/1962 1
"Telstar," The Tornadoes 12/29/1962 2
"Go Away Little Girl," Steve Lawrence 1/12/1963 3
"Walk Right In," The Rooftop Singers 2/2/1963 1
"Hey Paula," Paul & Paula 2/9/1963 4
"Walk Like A Man," The 4 Seasons 3/9/1963 2
"The End Of The World," Skeeter Davis 3/23/1963 1
"Our Day Will Come," Ruby & The Romantics 3/30/1963 1
"He's So Fine," The Chiffons 4/6/1963 3
"I Will Follow Him," Little Peggy March 4/27/1963 3
"If You Wanna Be Happy," Jimmy Soul 5/18/1963 2
"It's My Party," Lesley Gore 6/1/1963 3
"Sukiyaki," Kyu Sakamoto 6/22/1963 2
"Blue On Blue," Bobby Vinton 7/6/1963 1
"Easier Said Than Done," The Essex 7/13/1963 2
"Surf City," Jan & Dean 7/27/1963 1
"So Much In Love," The Tymes 8/3/1963 1
"Fingertips (Part 2)," Little Stevie Wonder 8/10/1963 3
"Hello Mudduh, Hello Fadduh!," Allan Sherman 8/31/1963 1
"My Boyfriend's Back," The Angels 9/7/1963 2
"Blue Velvet," Bobby Vinton 9/21/1963 2
"Sally, Go 'Round The Roses," The Jaynetts 10/5/1963 1
"Sugar Shack," Jimmy Gilmer & The Fireballs 10/12/1963 5
"Deep Purple," Nino Tempo & April Stevens 11/16/1963 1
"I'm Leaving It Up To You," Dale & Grace 11/23/1963 1
"Dominique," The Singing Nun 11/30/1963 4
"Louie, Louie," The Kingsmen 12/28/1963 1
"There! I've Said It Again," Bobby Vinton 1/4/1964 2
"Popsicles and Icicles", The Murmaids 1/18/1964 1
"I Want To Hold Your Hand," The Beatles 1/25/1964 9
"She Loves You," The Beatles 3/28/1964 1
"Twist and Shout," The Beatles 4/4/1964 1
"Can't Buy Me Love," The Beatles 4/11/1964 4
"Hello, Dolly!," Louis Armstrong & the All Stars 5/9/1964 3
"Love Me Do," The Beatles 5/30/1964 1
"Chapel Of Love," The Dixie Cups 6/6/1964 4
"I Get Around," The Beach Boys 7/4/1964 2
"Rag Doll," The 4 Seasons 7/18/1964 2
"A Hard Day's Night," The Beatles 8/1/1964 3
"Where Did Our Love Go," The Supremes 8/22/1964 2
"The House Of The Rising Sun," The Animals 9/5/1964 3
"Bread and Butter," The Newbeats 9/26/1964 1
"Oh, Pretty Woman," Roy Orbison 10/3/1964 1
"Do Wah Diddy Diddy," Manfred Mann 10/10/1964 2
"Last Kiss," J. Frank Wilson & the Cavaliers 10/24/1964 1
"Baby Love," The Supremes 10/31/1964 5
"Leader Of The Pack," The Shangri-Las 12/5/1964 1
"Mr. Lonely," Bobby Vinton 12/12/1964 2
"Come See About Me," The Supremes 12/26/1964 2*
"I Feel Fine," The Beatles 1/2/1965 2
"Love Potion Number Nine," The Searchers 1/23/1965 1
"Downtown," Petula Clark 1/30/1965 1
"You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'," The Righteous Brothers 2/6/1965 3
"This Diamond Ring," Gary Lewis & the Playboys 2/27/1965 2
"Eight Days A Week," The Beatles 3/13/1965 3
"Stop! In The Name Of Love," The Supremes 4/3/1965 1
"I'm Telling You Now," Freddie & the Dreamers 4/10/1965 2
"Game Of Love," Wayne Fontana & the Mindbenders 4/24/1965 1
"Mrs. Brown You've Got A Lovely Daughter," Herman's Hermits 5/1/1965 3
"Ticket To Ride," The Beatles 5/22/1965 1
"Help Me Rhonda," The Beach Boys 5/29/1965 2
"Wooly Bully," Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs 6/12/1965 1
"I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)," The Four Tops 6/19/1965 1
"Mr. Tambourine Man," The Byrds 6/26/1965 1
"(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," The Rolling Stones 7/3/1965 3
"I'm Henry VIII, I Am," Herman's Hermits 7/24/1965 3
"I Got You Babe," Sonny & Cher 8/14/1965 4
"Help!," The Beatles 9/11/1965 1
"Eve Of Destruction," Barry McGuire 9/18/1965 2
"Hang On Sloopy," The McCoys 10/2/1965 2
"Yesterday," The Beatles 10/16/1965 2
"A Lover's Concerto," The Toys 10/30/1965 2
"I Hear A Symphony," The Supremes 11/13/1965 3
"Let's Hang On!," The 4 Seasons 12/4/1965 1
"Turn! Turn! Turn!," The Byrds 12/11/1965 2
"Over and Over," The Dave Clark Five 12/25/1965 1
"I Got You (I Feel Good)," James Brown & His Famous Flames 1/1/1966 1
"We Can Work It Out," The Beatles 1/8/1966 2
"The Sounds Of Silence," Simon & Garfunkel 1/22/1966 2
"Barbara Ann," The Beach Boys 2/5/1966 2
"My Love," Petula Clark 2/19/1966 1
"Lightnin' Strikes," Lou Christie 2/26/1966 1
"These Boots Are Made For Walkin'," Nancy Sinatra 3/5/1966 1
"The Ballad Of The Green Berets," SSgt. Barry Sadler 3/12/1966 3
"Nowhere Man," The Beatles 4/2/1966 2
"(You're My) Soul and Inspiration," The Righteous Brothers 4/16/1966 2
"Good Lovin'," The Young Rascals 4/30/1966 2
"Monday, Monday," The Mamas & The Papas 5/14/1966 2
"When A Man Loves A Woman," Percy Sledge 5/28/1966 2
"A Groovy Kind Of Love," The Mindbenders 6/11/1966 1
"Paint It, Black," The Rolling Stones 6/18/1966 1
"Strangers In The Night," Frank Sinatra 6/25/1966 1
"Paperback Writer," The Beatles 7/2/1966 1
"Hanky Panky," Tommy James & the Shondells 7/9/1966 2
"Wild Thing," The Troggs 7/23/1966 2
"They're Coming To Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa!," Napoleon XIV 8/6/1966 1
"Lil' Red Riding Hood," Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs 8/13/1966 1
"Summer In The City," The Lovin' Spoonful 8/20/1966 1
"Sunny," Bobby Hebb 8/27/1966 1
"Sunshine Superman," Donovan 9/3/1966 1
"Yellow Submarine," The Beatles 9/10/1966 1
"See You In September," The Happenings 9/17/1966 1
"You Can't Hurry Love," The Supremes 9/24/1966 2
"Cherish," The Association 10/8/1966 2
"96 Tears," ? & The Mysterians 10/22/1966 1
"Last Train To Clarksville," The Monkees 10/29/1966 2
"Poor Side Of Town," Johnny Rivers 11/12/1966 1
"You Keep Me Hangin' On," The Supremes 11/19/1966 2*
"Good Vibrations," The Beach Boys 11/26/1966 1
"Winchester Cathedral," The New Vaudeville Band 12/10/1966 1
"Mellow Yellow," Donovan 12/17/1966 2
"I'm A Believer," The Monkees 12/31/1966 5*
"That's Life," Frank Sinatra [tied at #1 w/ Monkees] 12/31/1966 1
"Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron," The Royal Guardsmen 1/7/1967 1
"Georgy Girl," The Seekers 2/11/1967 1
"Kind Of A Drag," The Buckinghams 2/18/1967 1
"Ruby Tuesday," The Rolling Stones 2/25/1967 1
"Love Is Here and Now You're Gone," The Supremes 3/4/1967 2
"Penny Lane," The Beatles 3/18/1967 2
"Happy Together," The Turtles 4/1/1967 2
"Somethin' Stupid," Frank & Nancy Sinatra 4/15/1967 3*
"A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You," The Monkees 4/29/1967 1
"The Happening," The Supremes 5/13/1967 1
"Groovin'," The Young Rascals 5/20/1967 2
"Respect," Aretha Franklin 6/3/1967 3
"She'd Rather Be With Me," The Turtles 6/24/1967 1
"Windy," The Association 7/1/1967 2
"Little Bit O' Soul," The Music Explosion 7/15/1967 1
"Can't Take My Eyes Off You," Frankie Valli 7/22/1967 2
"Light My Fire," The Doors 8/5/1967 1
"All You Need Is Love," The Beatles 8/12/1967 2
"Ode To Billie Joe," Bobbie Gentry 8/26/1967 4
"The Letter," The Box Tops 9/23/1967 4
"To Sir With Love," Lulu 10/21/1967 3
"Soul Man," Sam & Dave 11/11/1967 1
"Incense And Peppermints," Strawberry Alarm Clock 11/18/1967 2
"Daydream Believer," The Monkees 12/2/1967 3
"Hello, Goodbye," The Beatles 12/23/1967 4
"Judy In Disguise (With Glasses)," John Fred & His Playboy Band 1/20/1968 2
"Bend Me, Shape Me," The American Breed 2/3/1968 1
"Green Tambourine," The Lemon Pipers 2/10/1968 1
"Love Is Blue," Paul Mauriat 2/17/1968 3
"(Theme From) Valley Of The Dolls," Dionne Warwick 3/9/1968 2
"Simon Says," 1910 Fruitgum Company 3/23/1968 1
"Valleri," The Monkees 3/30/1968 2
"Young Girl," The Union Gap Featuring Gary Puckett 4/13/1968 1
"Honey," Bobby Goldsboro 4/20/1968 5
"Tighten Up," Archie Bell & the Drells 5/25/1968 1
"Mrs. Robinson," Simon & Garfunkel 6/1/1968 3
"This Guy's In Love With You," Herb Alpert 6/22/1968 4
"Grazing In The Grass," Hugh Masekela 7/20/1968 3
"Lady Willpower," The Union Gap Featuring Gary Puckett 8/10/1968 1
"Hello, I Love You," The Doors 8/17/1968 1
"People Got To Be Free," The Rascals 8/24/1968 2
"Harper Valley P.T.A.," Jeannie C. Riley 9/7/1968 3
"Hey Jude," The Beatles 9/28/1968 4
"Those Were The Days," Mary Hopkin 10/26/1968 4
"Love Child," Diana Ross & the Supremes 11/23/1968 4
"I Heard It Through The Grapevine," Marvin Gaye 12/21/1968 1
"For Once In My Life," Stevie Wonder 12/28/1968 1
"I'm Gonna Make You Love Me," Diana Ross & the Supremes and the Temptations 1/4/1969 3
"Soulful Strut," Young-Holt Unlimited 1/25/1969 1
"Crimson and Clover," Tommy James & the Shondells 2/1/1969 2
"Everyday People," Sly & the Family Stone 2/15/1969 1
"Build Me Up Buttercup," The Foundations 2/22/1969 2
"You Showed Me," The Turtles 3/8/1969 1
"Proud Mary," Creedence Clearwater Revival 3/15/1969 1
"Dizzy," Tommy Roe 3/22/1969 2
"Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In," The 5th Dimension 4/5/1969 4
"Hair," The Cowsills 5/3/1969 3
"Get Back," The Beatles with Billy Preston 5/24/1969 4
"Bad Moon Rising," Creedence Clearwater Revival 6/21/1969 1
"In The Ghetto," Elvis Presley 6/28/1969 1
"Love Theme From Romeo And Juliet," Henry Mancini 7/5/1969 1
"One," Three Dog Night 7/12/1969 1
"In The Year 2525," Zager & Evans 7/19/1969 4
"Crystal Blue Persuasion," Tommy James & The Shondells 8/9/1969 1
"Honky Tonk Women," The Rolling Stones 8/16/1969 3
"A Boy Named Sue," Johnny Cash 9/6/1969 1
"Sugar, Sugar," The Archies 9/13/1969 3
"Easy To Be Hard," Three Dog Night 10/4/1969 2
"Jean," Oliver 10/18/1969 1
"Suspicious Minds," Elvis Presley 10/25/1969 2
"Something"/"Come Together," The Beatles 11/8/1969 5
"Wedding Bell Blues," The 5th Dimension [tied at #1 w/ Beatles] 11/22/1969 1
"Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye," Steam 12/13/1969 1
"Leaving On A Jet Plane," Peter, Paul & Mary 12/20/1969 2
"Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head," B.J. Thomas 1/3/1970 3
"Venus," Shocking Blue 1/24/1970 3
"Thank You..."/"Everybody Is A Star," Sly & The Family Stone 2/14/1970 2
"Bridge Over Troubled Water," Simon & Garfunkel 2/28/1970 3
"The Rapper," The Jaggerz 3/21/1970 2
"ABC," The Jackson 5 [tied at #1 w/ Beatles on 4/25] 4/4/1970 2*
"Let It Be," The Beatles 4/11/1970 3
"Spirit In The Sky," Norman Greenbaum 5/2/1970 2
"American Woman"/"No Sugar Tonight," The Guess Who 5/16/1970 1
"Turn Back The Hands Of Time," Tyrone Davis 5/23/1970 2
"Cecilia," Simon & Garfunkel 6/6/1970 1
"The Long And Winding Road"/"For You Blue," The Beatles 6/13/1970 2
"The Love You Save," The Jackson 5 6/27/1970 1
"Mama Told Me (Not To Come)," Three Dog Night 7/4/1970 3
"Band Of Gold," Freda Payne 7/25/1970 1
"(They Long To Be) Close To You," The Carpenters 8/1/1970 2
"Make It With You," Bread 8/15/1970 1
"Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I'm Yours)," Stevie Wonder 8/22/1970 1
"Spill The Wine," Eric Burdon and War 8/29/1970 1
"War," Edwin Starr 9/5/1970 1
"In The Summertime," Mungo Jerry 9/12/1970 1
"Ain't No Mountain High Enough," Diana Ross 9/19/1970 1
"Looking Out My Back Door," Creedence Clearwater Revival 9/26/1970 1
"Julie, Do Ya Love Me," Bobby Sherman 10/3/1970 1
"Cracklin' Rosie," Neil Diamond 10/10/1970 1
"I'll Be There," The Jackson 5 10/17/1970 4
"We've Only Just Begun," The Carpenters 11/14/1970 1
"I Think I Love You," The Partridge Family 11/21/1970 4
"My Sweet Lord," George Harrison 12/19/1970 3
"Knock Three Times," Dawn 1/9/1971 4
"Lonely Days," The Bee Gees 2/6/1971 1
"Rose Garden," Lynn Anderson 2/13/1971 1
"One Bad Apple," The Osmonds 2/20/1971 4
"Me and Bobby McGee," Janis Joplin 3/20/1971 1
"Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me)," The Temptations 3/27/1971 1
"Doesn't Somebody Want To Be Wanted," The Partridge Family 4/3/1971 1
"She's A Lady," Tom Jones 4/10/1971 1
"Joy To The World," Three Dog Night 4/17/1971 5
"Brown Sugar," The Rolling Stones 5/22/1971 3
"Want Ads," The Honey Cone 6/12/1971 2
"It Don't Come Easy," Ringo Starr 6/26/1971 1
"It's Too Late," Carole King 7/3/1971 2
"Indian Reservation," The Raiders 7/17/1971 3
"Mr. Big Stuff," Jean Knight 8/7/1971 1
"How Can You Mend A Broken Heart," The Bee Gees 8/14/1971 1
"Draggin' The Line," Tommy James 8/21/1971 1
"Take Me Home, Country Roads," John Denver With Fat City 8/28/1971 2
"Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey," Paul & Linda McCartney 9/11/1971 1
"Spanish Harlem," Aretha Franklin 9/18/1971 1
"The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down," Joan Baez 9/25/1971 1
"Maggie May"/"Reason To Believe," Rod Stewart 10/2/1971 1
"Superstar," The Carpenters 10/9/1971 1
"Yo-Yo," The Osmonds 10/16/1971 2
"Gypsys, Tramps and Thieves," Cher 10/30/1971 1
"Theme From Shaft," Isaac Hayes 11/6/1971 2
"Imagine," John Lennon Plastic Ono Band 11/20/1971 1
"Family Affair," Sly & the Family Stone 11/27/1971 2
"Have You Seen Her," The Chi-Lites 12/11/1971 2
"Brand New Key," Melanie 12/25/1971 1
"American Pie," Don McLean 1/1/1972 5
"Day After Day," Badfinger 2/5/1972 2
"Without You," Nilsson 2/19/1972 2
"Hurting Each Other," The Carpenters 3/4/1972 1
"Precious and Few," Climax 3/11/1972 1
"Heart Of Gold," Neil Young 3/18/1972 1
"A Horse With No Name," America 3/25/1972 3
"The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face," Roberta Flack 4/15/1972 5
"Oh Girl," The Chi-Lites 5/20/1972 2
"I'll Take You There," The Staple Singers 6/3/1972 1
"The Candy Man," Sammy Davis, Jr. 6/10/1972 2
"Song Sung Blue," Neil Diamond 6/24/1972 2
"Outa-Space," Billy Preston 7/8/1972 1
"Lean On Me," Bill Withers 7/15/1972 1
"Too Late To Turn Back Now," Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose 7/22/1972 1
"Daddy Don't You Walk So Fast," Wayne Newton 7/29/1972 2
"Alone Again (Naturally)," Gilbert O'Sullivan 8/12/1972 4
"Long Cool Woman (In A Black Dress)," The Hollies 9/9/1972 1
"I'm Still In Love With You," Al Green 9/16/1972 1
"Baby Don't Get Hooked On Me," Mac Davis 9/23/1972 1
"Black and White," Three Dog Night 9/30/1972 2
"Everybody Plays The Fool," The Main Ingredient 10/14/1972 1
"My Ding-A-Ling," Chuck Berry 10/21/1972 2
"Nights In White Satin," The Moody Blues 11/4/1972 2
"I Can See Clearly Now," Johnny Nash 11/18/1972 1
"I'll Be Around," The Spinners 11/25/1972 1
"I'd Love You To Want Me," Lobo 12/2/1972 1
"I Am Woman," Helen Reddy 12/9/1972 2
"Me And Mrs. Jones," Billy Paul 12/23/1972 2*
"You Ought To Be With Me," Al Green 12/30/1972 1
"You're So Vain," Carly Simon 1/13/1973 1
"Superstition," Stevie Wonder 1/20/1973 2
"Crocodile Rock," Elton John 2/3/1973 2
"Dueling Banjos," Eric Weissberg and Steve Mandell 2/17/1973 2
"Could It Be I'm Falling In Love," The Spinners 3/3/1973 1
"Killing Me Softly With His Song," Roberta Flack 3/10/1973 3
"Love Train," The O'Jays 3/31/1973 1
"Neither One Of Us," Gladys Knight & The Pips 4/7/1973 1
"The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia," Vicki Lawrence 4/14/1973 2
"Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Ole Oak Tree," Dawn Featuring Tony Orlando 4/28/1973 1
"The Cisco Kid," War 5/5/1973 1
"You Are The Sunshine Of My Life," Stevie Wonder 5/12/1973 1
"Frankenstein," The Edgar Winter Group 5/19/1973 2
"My Love," Paul McCartney & Wings 6/2/1973 5
"Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth)," George Harrison 7/7/1973 1
"Kodachrome," Paul Simon 7/14/1973 1
"Bad, Bad Leroy Brown," Jim Croce 7/21/1973 1
"Shambala," Three Dog Night 7/28/1973 1
"Yesterday Once More," The Carpenters 8/4/1973 1
"Touch Me In The Morning," Diana Ross 8/11/1973 1
"The Morning After," Maureen McGovern 8/18/1973 1
"Live and Let Die," Paul McCartney & Wings 8/25/1973 1
"Let's Get It On," Marvin Gaye 9/1/1973 2
"Delta Dawn," Helen Reddy 9/15/1973 2
"We're An American Band," Grand Funk 9/29/1973 1
"Half-Breed," Cher 10/6/1973 1
"Higher Ground," Stevie Wonder 10/13/1973 1
"Angie," The Rolling Stones 10/20/1973 2
"Midnight Train To Georgia," Gladys Knight & The Pips 11/3/1973 1
"Keep On Truckin'," Eddie Kendricks 11/10/1973 1
"Heartbeat -- It's A Lovebeat," The DeFranco Family 11/17/1973 1
"Photograph," Ringo Starr 11/24/1973 2
"Goodbye Yellow Brick Road," Elton John 12/8/1973 1
"The Most Beautiful Girl," Charlie Rich 12/15/1973 2
"Leave Me Alone (Ruby Red Dress)," Helen Reddy 12/29/1973 1
"Time In A Bottle," Jim Croce 1/5/1974 1
"The Joker," The Steve Miller Band 1/12/1974 1
"Show And Tell," Al Wilson 1/19/1974 1
"You're Sixteen," Ringo Starr 1/26/1974 1
"The Way We Were," Barbra Streisand 2/2/1974 1
"Americans," Byron MacGregor 2/9/1974 1
"Love's Theme," The Love Unlimited Orchestra 2/16/1974 1
"Seasons In The Sun," Terry Jacks 2/23/1974 3
"Boogie Down," Eddie Kendricks 3/16/1974 1
"Sunshine On My Shoulders," John Denver 3/23/1974 1
"Bennie And The Jets," Elton John 3/30/1974 1
"Hooked On A Feeling," Blue Swede 4/6/1974 2
"TSOP (The Sound Of Philadelphia)," MFSB Featuring the Three Degrees 4/20/1974 2
"The Loco-Motion," Grand Funk 5/4/1974 1
"Dancing Machine," The Jackson 5 5/11/1974 1
"The Streak," Ray Stevens 5/18/1974 2*
"The Show Must Go On," Three Dog Night 5/25/1974 1
"Band On The Run," Paul McCartney & Wings 6/8/1974 1
"You Make Me Feel Brand New," The Stylistics 6/15/1974 1
"Billy, Don't Be A Hero," Bo Donaldson & The Heywoods 6/22/1974 1
"Sundown," Gordon Lightfoot 6/29/1974 1
"Be Thankful For What You Got," William DeVaughn 7/6/1974 1
"Rock The Boat," The Hues Corporation 7/13/1974 1
"Rock Your Baby," George McCrae 7/20/1974 1
"Annie's Song," John Denver 7/27/1974 1
"Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me," Elton John 8/3/1974 1
"Feel Like Makin' Love," Roberta Flack 8/10/1974 1
"The Night Chicago Died," Paper Lace 8/17/1974 1
"(You're) Having My Baby," Paul Anka 8/24/1974 2
"I Shot The Sheriff," Eric Clapton 9/7/1974 2
"Can't Get Enough Of Your Love, Babe," Barry White 9/21/1974 1
"I Honestly Love You," Olivia Newton-John 9/28/1974 2
"Then Came You," Dionne Warwick & The Spinners 10/12/1974 1
"Nothing From Nothing," Billy Preston 10/19/1974 1
"Jazzman," Carole King 10/26/1974 1
"You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet," Bachman-Turner Overdrive 11/2/1974 1
"You Haven't Done Nothin'," Stevie Wonder 11/9/1974 1
"Whatever Gets You Thru The Night," John Lennon & Plastic Ono Band 11/16/1974 1
"I Can Help," Billy Swan 11/23/1974 1
"My Melody Of Love," Bobby Vinton 11/30/1974 1
"When Will I See You Again," The Three Degrees 12/7/1974 1
"Kung Fu Fighting," Carl Douglas 12/14/1974 1
"Cat's In The Cradle," Harry Chapin 12/21/1974 1
"Angie Baby," Helen Reddy 12/28/1974 1
"Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds," Elton John 1/4/1975 2
"Mandy," Barry Manilow 1/18/1975 1
"Please Mr. Postman," The Carpenters 1/25/1975 1
"Laughter In The Rain," Neil Sedaka 2/1/1975 1
"Boogie On Reggae Woman," Stevie Wonder 2/8/1975 1
"Fire," The Ohio Players 2/15/1975 1
"You're No Good," Linda Ronstadt 2/22/1975 1
"Pick Up The Pieces," Average White Band 3/1/1975 1
"Black Water," The Doobie Brothers 3/8/1975 1
"Have You Never Been Mellow," Olivia Newton-John 3/15/1975 1
"My Eyes Adored You," Frankie Valli 3/22/1975 1
"Lady Marmalade," Labelle 3/29/1975 1
"Lovin' You," Minnie Riperton 4/5/1975 1
"Philadelphia Freedom," The Elton John Band 4/12/1975 3
"Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song," B.J. Thomas 5/3/1975 1
"He Don't Love You (Like I Love You)," Tony Orlando & Dawn 5/10/1975 1
"Jackie Blue," The Ozark Mountain Daredevils 5/17/1975 1
"Shining Star," Earth, Wind & Fire 5/24/1975 1
"Before The Next Teardrop Falls," Freddy Fender 5/31/1975 1
"Thank God I'm A Country Boy," John Denver 6/7/1975 1
"Sister Golden Hair," America 6/14/1975 1
"Love Will Keep Us Together," The Captain & Tennille 6/21/1975 3
"The Hustle," Van McCoy & The Soul City Symphony 7/12/1975 1
"Listen To What The Man Said," Paul McCartney & Wings 7/19/1975 2
"One Of These Nights," The Eagles 8/2/1975 1
"Jive Talkin'," The Bee Gees 8/9/1975 2
"Someone Saved My Life Tonight," Elton John 8/23/1975 1
"Fallin' In Love," Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds 8/30/1975 1
"Get Down Tonight," KC & The Sunshine Band 9/6/1975 2
"Rhinestone Cowboy," Glen Campbell 9/20/1975 1
"Fame," David Bowie 9/27/1975 2
"I'm Sorry"/"Calypso," John Denver 10/11/1975 1
"Mr. Jaws," Dickie Goodman 10/18/1975 1
"Bad Blood," Neil Sedaka 10/25/1975 1
"They Just Can't Stop It (The Games People Play)," The Spinners 11/1/1975 1
"Island Girl," Elton John 11/8/1975 3
"That's The Way (I Like It)," KC & The Sunshine Band 11/29/1975 3*
"Fly, Robin, Fly," Silver Convention 12/6/1975 1
"Saturday Night," The Bay City Rollers 12/27/1975 1
"Convoy," C.W. McCall 1/3/1976 3*
"Theme From 'Mahogany'," Diana Ross 1/10/1976 1
"I Write The Songs," Barry Manilow 1/17/1976 1
"50 Ways To Leave Your Lover," Paul Simon 2/7/1976 1
"Love To Love You Baby," Donna Summer 2/14/1976 1
"Theme From S.W.A.T.," Rhythm Heritage 2/21/1976 2
"Love Machine," The Miracles 3/6/1976 1
"All By Myself," Eric Carmen 3/13/1976 1
"December, 1963 (Oh, What A Night)," The Four Seasons 3/20/1976 1
"Dream Weaver," Gary Wright 3/27/1976 1
"Lonely Night (Angel Face)," The Captain & Tennille 4/3/1976 1
"Disco Lady," Johnnie Taylor 4/10/1976 3
"Right Back Where We Started From," Maxine Nightingale 5/1/1976 1
"Welcome Back," John Sebastian 5/8/1976 2
"Boogie Fever," The Sylvers 5/22/1976 1
"Silly Love Songs," Wings 5/29/1976 4*
"Love Hangover," Diana Ross 6/12/1976 1
"Get Up And Boogie (That's Right)," Silver Convention 6/26/1976 1
"Kiss And Say Goodbye," The Manhattans 7/10/1976 1
"Afternoon Delight," The Starland Vocal Band 7/17/1976 2*
"More, More, More," The Andrea True Connection 7/24/1976 1
"Don't Go Breaking My Heart," Elton John and Kiki Dee 8/7/1976 5
"Play That Funky Music," Wild Cherry 9/11/1976 2*
"(Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty," KC & The Sunshine Band 9/18/1976 1
"A Fifth Of Beethoven," Walter Murphy & The Big Apple Band 9/25/1976 1
"Disco Duck," Rick Dees & His Cast Of Idiots 10/9/1976 3*
"If You Leave Me Now," Chicago 10/23/1976 2
"Rock'n Me," The Steve Miller Band 11/13/1976 1
"Tonight's The Night (Gonna Be Alright)," Rod Stewart 11/20/1976 6
"You Don't Have To Be A Star (To Be In My Show)," Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr. 1/1/1977 1
"You Make Me Feel Like Dancing," Leo Sayer 1/8/1977 1
"Car Wash," Rose Royce 1/15/1977 2*
"I Wish," Stevie Wonder 1/22/1977 1
"Torn Between Two Lovers," Mary MacGregor 2/5/1977 4*
"Blinded By The Light," Manfred Mann's Earth Band 2/19/1977 1
"Love Theme From 'A Star Is Born' (Evergreen)," Barbra Streisand 3/12/1977 2
"Dancing Queen," ABBA 3/26/1977 1
"Rich Girl," Daryl Hall & John Oates 4/2/1977 2
"Don't Give Up On Us," David Soul 4/16/1977 1
"Hotel California," The Eagles 4/23/1977 1
"Southern Nights," Glen Campbell 4/30/1977 1
"When I Need You," Leo Sayer 5/7/1977 3
"Sir Duke," Stevie Wonder 5/28/1977 2
"I'm Your Boogie Man," KC & The Sunshine Band 6/11/1977 1
"Got To Give It Up," Marvin Gaye 6/18/1977 1
"Dreams," Fleetwood Mac 6/25/1977 1
"Undercover Angel," Alan O'Day 7/2/1977 4*
"Da Doo Ron Ron," Shaun Cassidy 7/9/1977 1
"I Just Want To Be Your Everything," Andy Gibb [back to #1 on 9/3 and 9/10] 8/6/1977 5*
"Best Of My Love," The Emotions [back to #1 on 9/17 and 9/24] 8/27/1977 3*
"Star Wars Theme/Cantina Band," Meco 10/1/1977 2
"You Light Up My Life," Debby Boone 10/15/1977 13
"We Are The Champions," Queen 1/14/1978 3
"Stayin' Alive," The Bee Gees 2/4/1978 6*
"(Love Is) Thicker Than Water," Andy Gibb 3/4/1978 1
"Night Fever," The Bee Gees 3/25/1978 8
"Too Much, Too Little, Too Late," Johnny Mathis & Deniece Williams 5/20/1978 1
"With A Little Luck," Wings 5/27/1978 1
"Shadow Dancing," Andy Gibb 6/3/1978 8
"You're The One That I Want," John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John 7/29/1978 1
"Three Times A Lady," The Commodores 8/5/1978 5*
"Grease," Frankie Valli 8/12/1978 2
"Boogie Oogie Oogie," A Taste Of Honey 9/23/1978 1
"Kiss You All Over," Exile 9/30/1978 3
"Hot Child In The City," Nick Gilder 10/21/1978 4
"MacArthur Park," Donna Summer 11/18/1978 2
"You Don't Bring Me Flowers," Barbra Streisand & Neil Diamond 12/2/1978 2
"Le Freak," Chic 12/16/1978 7*
"Too Much Heaven," The Bee Gees 1/13/1979 1
"Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?," Rod Stewart 2/10/1979 5*
"I Will Survive," Gloria Gaynor 3/10/1979 1
"Tragedy," The Bee Gees 3/17/1979 2*
"What A Fool Believes," The Doobie Brothers 4/7/1979 1
"Music Box Dancer," Frank Mills 4/14/1979 1
"Knock On Wood," Amii Stewart 4/21/1979 1
"Heart Of Glass," Blondie 4/28/1979 1
"Reunited," Peaches & Herb 5/5/1979 4
"Hot Stuff," Donna Summer 6/2/1979 5
"Ring My Bell," Anita Ward 7/7/1979 1
"Bad Girls," Donna Summer 7/14/1979 4
"My Sharona," The Knack 8/11/1979 5
"Sad Eyes," Robert John 9/15/1979 5
"Sail On," The Commodores 10/20/1979 1
"Rise," Herb Alpert 10/27/1979 1
"Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough," Michael Jackson 11/3/1979 1
"Heartache Tonight," The Eagles 11/10/1979 1
"Babe," Styx 11/17/1979 2*
"No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)," Barbra Streisand and Donna Summer 11/24/1979 3
"Escape (The Pina Colada Song)," Rupert Holmes 12/22/1979 4
"Rock With You," Michael Jackson 1/19/1980 2
"Coward Of The County," Kenny Rogers 2/2/1980 1
"Do That To Me One More Time," The Captain & Tennille 2/9/1980 1
"Crazy Little Thing Called Love," Queen 2/16/1980 2
"Yes, I'm Ready," Teri DeSario and KC 3/1/1980 1
"On The Radio," Donna Summer 3/8/1980 1
"Another Brick In The Wall (Part II)," Pink Floyd 3/15/1980 5
"Call Me," Blondie 4/19/1980 6
"Funkytown," Lipps, Inc. 5/31/1980 4
"The Rose," Bette Midler 6/28/1980 2
"It's Still Rock And Roll To Me," Billy Joel 7/12/1980 4
"Magic," Olivia Newton-John 8/9/1980 3
"Sailing," Christopher Cross 8/30/1980 1
"All Out Of Love," Air Supply 9/6/1980 2
"Upside Down," Diana Ross 9/20/1980 2
"Another One Bites The Dust," Queen 10/4/1980 6*
"Woman In Love," Barbra Streisand 11/8/1980 1
"Lady," Kenny Rogers 11/22/1980 5
"(Just Like) Starting Over," John Lennon 12/27/1980 5
"The Tide Is High," Blondie 1/31/1981 2
"Celebration," Kool & The Gang 2/14/1981 1
"9 To 5," Dolly Parton 2/21/1981 5*
"Keep On Loving You," REO Speedwagon 3/21/1981 1
"Rapture," Blondie 4/4/1981 2
"Kiss On My List," Daryl Hall & John Oates 4/18/1981 1
"Morning Train (Nine To Five)," Sheena Easton 4/25/1981 3
"Angel Of The Morning," Juice Newton 5/16/1981 1
"Being With You," Smokey Robinson 5/23/1981 1
"Bette Davis Eyes," Kim Carnes 5/30/1981 5*
"Stars On 45 (Medley)," Stars On 45 6/13/1981 1
"The One That You Love," Air Supply 7/11/1981 1
"Theme From 'Greatest American Hero'," Joey Scarbury 7/18/1981 2
"Jessie's Girl," Rick Springfield 8/1/1981 2
"Endless Love," Diana Ross and Lionel Richie 8/15/1981 9
"Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)," Christopher Cross 10/17/1981 3
"Private Eyes," Daryl Hall & John Oates 11/7/1981 2
"Physical," Olivia Newton-John 11/21/1981 9
"I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)," Daryl Hall & John Oates 1/23/1982 1
"Centerfold," The J. Geils Band 1/30/1982 5
"Open Arms," Journey 3/6/1982 1
"I Love Rock 'N Roll," Joan Jett & The Blackhearts 3/13/1982 5

References

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