1989 Number One Hits

December 24, 1988- January 13, 1989:
Every Rose Has Its Thorn – Poison
January 14 – January 20:
My Prerogative- Bobby Brown
January 21 – February 3:
Two Hearts – Phil Collins
February 4 – February 10:
When I’m With You – Sheriff
February 11 – March 3:
Straight Up – Paula Abdul
March 4 – March 24:
Lost In Your Eyes – Debbie Gibson
March 25 – March 3:
The Living Years – Mike & The Mechanics
April 1 – April 7:
Eternal Flame – The Bangles
April 8 – April 14:
The Look – Roxette
April 15 – April 21:
She Drives Me Crazy – Fine Young Cannibals
April 22 – May 12:
Like a Prayer – Madonna
May 13 – May 19:
I’ll Be There for You – Bon Jovi
May 20 – June 2:
Forever Your Girl – Paula Abdul
June 3 – June 9:
Rock On – Michael Damian
June 10 – June 16:
Wind Beneath My Wings – Bette Midler
June 17- June 23:
I’ll Be Loving You (Forever) – New Kids On The Block
June 24 – June 30:
Satisfied – Richard Marx
July 1 – July 7:
Baby Don’t Forget My Number – Milli Vanilli
July 8 – July 14:
Good Thing – Fine Young Cannibals
July 15 – July 21:
If You Don’t Know Me By Now – Simply Red
July 22 – August 4:
Toy Soldiers – Martika
August 5 – August 11:
Batdance – Prince
August 12 – September 1:
Right Here Waiting – Richard Marx
September 2 – September 8:
Cold Hearted – Paula Abdul
September 9 – September 15:
Hangin’ Tough – New Kids On The Block
September 16 – September 22:
Don’t Wanna Lose You – Gloria Estefan
September 23 – October 6:
Girl I’m Gonna Miss You – Milli Vanilli
October 7 – November 3:
Miss You Much – Janet Jackson
November 4 – November 10:
Listen to Your Heart – Roxette
November 11 – November 24:
When I See You Smile – Bad English
November 25 – December 9:
Blame It On the Rain – Milli Vanilli
December 9 – December 22:
We Didn’t Start The Fire – Billy Joel
December 23, 1989 – January 13, 1990:
Another Day In Paradise – Phil Collins

(Data is complied from various charts including: Billboard’s “Pop,” “Rock,” “Airplay,” “R&B/Dance” and “Singles” Charts. The “Hot 100” is the primary chart used for this list.)

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