List of Billboard Hot 100 number-one singles of 1989

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Janet Jackson (pictured) earned her second Hot 100 number-one single with "Miss You Much", which stayed at the top position for four straight weeks.

These are the Billboard Hot 100 number-one singles of 1989. The two longest running number-one singles of 1989 are "Miss You Much" by Janet Jackson and "Another Day in Paradise" by Phil Collins, which each charted at number-one for four weeks. "Another Day in Paradise" attained two weeks at number-one in 1989 and two more weeks in 1990, achieving four weeks at the top. 1989 ties with 1988 by having the second most #1 hits with 32 songs going to number one.

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The #1 song of 1989, "Look Away" by Chicago, despite reaching #1 in late 1988, never reached #1 in 1989.
Issue Date Song Artist(s) Reference
January 7 "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" Poison [1]
January 14 "My Prerogative" Bobby Brown [2]
January 21 "Two Hearts" Phil Collins [3]
January 28 [4]
February 4 "When I'm with You" Sheriff [5]
February 11 "Straight Up" Paula Abdul [6]
February 18 [7]
February 25 [8]
March 4 "Lost in Your Eyes" Debbie Gibson [9]
March 11 [10]
March 18 [11]
March 25 "The Living Years" Mike + The Mechanics [12]
April 1 "Eternal Flame" The Bangles [13]
April 8 "The Look" Roxette [14]
April 15 "She Drives Me Crazy" Fine Young Cannibals [15]
April 22 "Like a Prayer" Madonna [16]
April 29 [17]
May 6 [18]
May 13 "I'll Be There for You" Bon Jovi [19]
May 20 "Forever Your Girl" Paula Abdul [20]
May 27 [21]
June 3 "Rock On" Michael Damian [22]
June 10 "Wind Beneath My Wings" Bette Midler [23]
June 17 "I'll Be Loving You (Forever)" New Kids on the Block [24]
June 24 "Satisfied" Richard Marx [25]
July 1 "Baby Don't Forget My Number" Milli Vanilli [26]
July 8 "Good Thing" Fine Young Cannibals [27]
July 15 "If You Don't Know Me By Now" Simply Red [28]
July 22 "Toy Soldiers" Martika [29]
July 29 [30]
August 5 "Batdance" Prince [31]
August 12 "Right Here Waiting" Richard Marx [32]
August 19 [33]
August 26 [34]
September 2 "Cold Hearted" Paula Abdul [35]
September 9 "Hangin' Tough" New Kids On the Block [36]
September 16 "Don't Wanna Lose You" Gloria Estefan [37]
September 23 "Girl I'm Gonna Miss You" Milli Vanilli [38]
September 30 [39]
October 7 "Miss You Much" Janet Jackson [40]
October 14 [41]
October 21 [42]
October 28 [43]
November 4 "Listen to Your Heart" Roxette [44]
November 11 "When I See You Smile" Bad English [45]
November 18 [46]
November 25 "Blame It on the Rain" Milli Vanilli [47]
December 2 [48]
December 9 "We Didn't Start the Fire" Billy Joel [49]
December 16 [50]
December 23 "Another Day in Paradise" Phil Collins [51]
December 30 [52]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-01-06). "An Old Lineup for the New Year". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  2. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-01-13). "Bobby Brown a Triple Chart Threat". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  3. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-01-20). "Whole Lotta Shakin' on Album List". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  4. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-01-27). "LP Chart Repeats Erase Doubts". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  5. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-02-03). "6 Years Later, Sheriff Scores a Hit". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  6. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-02-10). "Abdul Dances onto Pop Chart with `Straight Up'". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  7. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-02-17). "Grammy Recognition Gives Williams New Crown". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  8. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-02-24). "Rutherford's Time-out Well Spent". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  9. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-03-03). "Gibson Gets Her Second No. 1". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  10. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-03-10). "Gibson Takes Her Place in History". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  11. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-03-17). "`Wilburys,' `Mystery Girl' Extend Orbison Legacy". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  12. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-03-24). "The Mechanics Tool a Success". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  13. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-03-31). "Bangles Make Pop History with `Eternal Flame'". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  14. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-04-07). "European Invasion on Two Charts". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  15. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-04-14). "`Upstarts' Upstage Madonna". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  16. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-04-21). "This Week Madonna is on Top_and then Some". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  17. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-04-28). "Madonna Continues Her Reign". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  18. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-05-05). "Madonna's `Prayer' Single Going for 4 in a Row". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  19. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-05-12). "Bon Jovi Single Takes the Crown From Madonna". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  20. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-05-19). "`Forever Your Girl' Wins Slugfest". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  21. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-05-26). "Lofty Champs Keep Their Titles for Another Week". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  22. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-06-02). "Michael Damian Finally Cashes in on Soap Fame". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  23. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-06-09). "`Wind Beneath My Wings' Gives Midler First No. 1". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  24. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-06-16). "New Kids on the Block Clip Midler's `Wings'". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  25. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-06-23). "Richard Marx Keeps Success in the Family as `Satisfied' Leaps to No. 1". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  26. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-06-30). "List of One-week Leaders Grows as Vanilli Ousts Marx". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  27. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-07-07). "Fine Young Cannibals Hit No. 1 Album and Single". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  28. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-07-14). "Red's Remake of `If You Don't Know Me' is No. 1". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  29. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-07-21). "Music from `Batman' Reaches No. 1 on LP, CD Charts". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  30. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-07-28). "Martika's `Toy Soldiers' Hangs Tough to Keep Top Spot". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  31. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-08-04). "`Batdance' Double, Prince Best Showing Since 1984". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  32. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-08-11). "Marx's `Right Here Waiting' Dethrones Prince Single". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  33. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-08-18). "Chicago Native Richard Marx Enjoys Another Week at the Top on 2 Lists". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  34. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-08-25). "Richard Marx's `Right Here Waiting' Shows Unusual Power at the Top". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  35. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-09-01). "`Cold Hearted,' Paula Abdul's 3d Straight No. 1, Heats Up Singles Chart". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  36. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-09-08). "New Kids on the Block Hang Tough to Claim No. 1 Pop Single, Album". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  37. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-09-15). "`Don't Wanna Lose You' Gives Estefan a Solo No. 1". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  38. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-09-22). "London-based Milli Vanilli Hits a Double with No. 1 Pop Single, Album". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  39. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-09-29). "Milli Vanilli Scores a Second Chart Double by Hanging on to No. 1 Spots". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  40. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-10-06). "Paula Abdul's `Forever Your Girl' Took Almost Forever to Make No. 1". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  41. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-10-13). "Heavy Metal Rises to Top of LP List with Motley Crue's `Dr. Feelgood'". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  42. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-10-20). "Janet Jackson Still Dancing in Spotlight with Hot Numbers on the Lists". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  43. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-10-27). "`Miss You Much' Garners a Double for Janet Jackson". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  44. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-11-03). "Roxette Moves to No. 1 with Big Ballad". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  45. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-11-10). "John Waite is Again No. 1, with New Band Bad English". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  46. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-11-17). "Bad English Single, `Smile,' Holds on to the No. 1 Spot". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  47. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-11-24). "3d Straight No. 1 and Another Double for the Amazing Duo Milli Vanilli". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  48. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-12-01). "Milli Vanilli Hits 2d Double, but Billy Joel's Moving Up". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  49. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-12-08). "Billy Joel's `Fire' is One of Only a Few to Reach Top for the Influential Artist". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  50. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-12-15). "Billy Joel and Phil Collins at the Top of Three Charts". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  51. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1989-12-22). "Last '80s Charts Good for the Old (Phil Collins) and the New (Milli Vanilli)". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  52. ^ Hunt, Dennis (1989-12-29). "Pop LP Chart Record Buyers Taking Collins' `Seriously'". Los Angeles Times. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2009-04-24.

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