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    Frankenstein by Edgar Winter Group

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    US charts: Kiss by Prince

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    Lets see... on my birthday...
    the U.S. No.1 on the 17th September 1987 was... La Bamba by Los Lobos

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    Bad, Bad Leroy Brown--by the late Jim Croce
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    #1 in the US for me was "Stuck With You" by Huey Lewis and the News. I've only heard "The Heart of Rock & Roll." I think I'm actually gonna have to listen to this song to see how it is.

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    The Greatest Love of All by Whitney Houston....May 31st 1986

    funny thing is I knew the answer before I looked at the website b/c my mom remembers and tells me often

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mdrio9
    #1 in the US for me was "Stuck With You" by Huey Lewis and the News. I've only heard "The Heart of Rock & Roll." I think I'm actually gonna have to listen to this song to see how it is.
    Huey is good, Mdrio... the Sports album Smoked when it came out. But overall, any of his albums are good. Sorta easy rock and roll.
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    "Come Softly to Me" by the Fleetwoods.
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    I Checked both charts!

    Every Breath You Take by The Police (US charts).

    Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home) by Paul Young (UK charts).

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    Music hadn't been invented yet, just a bunch of neanderthals hitting rocks together. Wow. I'm old.

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