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American Top 40
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radio show album
Country USA Dbi flag usa
Catalogue no. Unknown
Label ABC Watermark
Format LP, Box Set
Length 3 hours, 55 minutes
Released 1983
Genre Pop, Rock
Producer Various
featuring Duran Duran

American Top 40 with Casey Kasem: February 19, 1983 is a syndicated radio show multi-vinyl album box set featuring Duran Duran, released in the USA by ABC Watermark during 1983.

About the album[]

The album was used for licence broadcast on February 19, 1983, by a syndicated independent radio program created by Casey Kasem, Don Bustany, Tom Rounds and Ron Jacobs.

As its title implies, American Top 40 counts down the forty most popular songs in the USA, from no.40 to no.1. The show used Billboard charts in its early years, then switched to those from Radio and Records upon its late 1990s return.

The compilation includes Duran Duran's "Hungry Like the Wolf", a single featuring a music video directed by Russell Mulcahy.

The compilation also includes Michael Jackson, an artist Duran Duran dedicated "Do You Believe in Shame?" to on several 2009 Summer Tour shows shortly after the singer died (including the Saratoga show).

Track listing[]


LW#1: "Baby, Come To Me" - Pattie Austin with James Ingram
40. "I've Got A Rock 'N' Roll Heart" - Eric Clapton
39. "Dreamin' Is Easy" - Steel Breeze"
38. "Tied Up" - Olivia Newton-John
37. "The Woman In Me" - Donna Summer
36. "The Classic Song" - Pia Zadora
35. "I'm Alive" - Neil Diamond
34. "Mr. Roboto" - Styx
Extra: "Blue Suede Shoes" - Carl Perkins
33. "Fall In Love With Me" - Earth, Wind & Fire
32. "I Know There's Something Going On" - Frida
31. "Rock The Cashbah" - The Clash
30. "Space Age Love Song" - A Flock of Seagulls
29. "What About Me" - Moving Pictures
28. "On The Loose" - Saga
27. "Breaking Us In Two" - Joe Jackson
LDD: "Three Times A Lady" - Commodores
26. "Heart of the Night" - Juice Newton
25. "Maneater" - Daryl Hall & John Oates
24. "One On One" - Daryl Hall & John Oates
23. "Sexual Healing" - Marvin Gaye
22. "Separate Ways" - Journey
21. "We've Got Tonight" - Kenny Rogers and Sheena Easton
20. "Twilight Zone" - Golden Earring
19. "Back on the Chain Gang" - The Pretenders
18. "You Are" - Lionel Richie
17. "Allentown" - Billy Joel
16. "All Right" - Christopher Cross
15. "Heart To Heart" - Kenny Loggins
14. "Your Love Is Driving Me Crazy" - Sammy Hager
13. "Pass The Dutchie" - Musical Youth
12. "Goodie Two Shoes" - Adam Ant
11. "The Other Guy" - The Little River Band
10. "You Can't Hurry Love" - Phil Collins
Epitaph To Karen Carpenter "Sing"
09. "Hungry Like the Wolf" - Duran Duran
08. "Do You Really Want To Hurt Me" - Culture Club
07. LDD: "You And I" - Eddie Rabbit with Crystal Gayle
06. "Billie Jean" - Michael Jackson
05. "Africa" - Toto
04. "Stray Cat Strut" - The Stray Cats
03. "Shame On The Moon" - Bob Seger & The Silver Bullitt Band
02. "Down Under" - Men At Work
01. "Baby, Come To Me" - Pattie Austin with James Ingram