Duran Duran Wiki
Advertisement
American Top 40
1 American Top 40 with shadoe stevens duran duran 1 wikipedia abc watermark 111
radio show album
Country USA Dbi flag usa
Catalogue no. Unknown
Label ABC Watermark
Format 4xCD
Length 4 hours
Released 1989
Genre Pop, Rock
Producer Various
advert
American Top 40 with shadoe stevens duran duran 11
featuring Duran Duran

American Top 40 with Shadoe Stevens: January 21, 1989 is a syndicated radio show album album featuring Duran Duran, released in the USA by ABC Watermark during 1989.

About the album[]

The album was used for licence broadcast on January 21, 1989, by a syndicated independent radio program presented by Shadoe Stevens from 1988 to 1995.

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 "All She Wants Is". This single reached no.22 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and featured a music video shot in London with director Dean Chamberlain.

The Bangles are also included, a band who performed on stage with Duran Duran in 1987 and later singer Susanna Hoffs recorded "Follow In My Footsteps" with Simon Le Bon.

Track listing[]

40. "All She Wants Is" - Duran Duran
39. "The Living Years" - Mike & The Mechanics
38. "Welcome To The Jungle" - Guns 'N Roses
37. "Baby I Love Your Way/Freebird Medley (Free Baby)" - Will To Power
LISTO: More William Shatner
36. "Shake For The Sheik" – The Escape Club
35. "Surrender" – Ann Wilson & Robin Zander
34. "Back On Holiday" - Robbie Nevil
33. "A Little Respect" – Erasure
32. "Wild World" - Maxi Preist
31. "Kiss" – The Art of Noise featuring Tom Jones
30. "You Got It (The Right Stuff)" - New Kids on the Block
29. "Look Away" - Chicago
28. "Dial My Heart" - The Boys
27. "Giving You The Best That I Got" - Anita Baker
26. "Waiting For A Star" - Boy Meets Girl
25. "Angel of Harlem" - U2
24. "What I Am" - Edie Brickwell & New Bohemians
23. "Silhouette" - Kenny G
LDD: "Groovy Kind of Love" – Phil Collins
22. "She Wants To Dance With Me" - Rick Astley
QL: Most Consectutive Top 40 Hits of the 80s
21. "Walking Away" - Information Society
20. "In Your Room" - The Bangles
19. "Little Liar" - Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
18. "The Lover In Me" - Sheena Easton
17. "I Wanna Have Some Fun" - Samantha Foxx
16. "Holding On" - Steve Winwood
15. "Wild Thing" - Tone Loc
14. "All This Time" - Tiffany
13. "Straight Up" - Paula Abdul
12. "I Remember You" - Boys Club
LDD: "Thanks For My Child" – Cheryl Pepsii Riley
11. "Born To Be My Baby" - Bon Jovi
10. "Put A Little Love In Your Heart" - Annie Lennox & Al Green
09. "When The Children Cry" - White Lion
08. "The Way You Love Me" - Karyn White
07. "Smooth Criminal" - Michael Jackson
06. "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" - Poison
05. "When I'm With You" - Sheriff
LISTO: The Return of the Byrds
04. "My Prerogative" - Bobby Brown
03. "Armageddon It" - Def Leppard
02. "Don't Rush Me" - Taylor Dayne
01. "Two Hearts" Phil Collins

Advertisement