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American Top 40
4 American top 40 with casey kasem duran duran abc watermark wikipedia
radio show album
Country USA Dbi flag usa
Catalogue no. Unknown
Label ABC Watermark
Format LP, Box Set
Length 3 hours, 55 minutes
Released 1984
Genre Pop, Rock
Producer Various
featuring Duran Duran

American Top 40 with Casey Kasem: January 28, 1984 is a syndicated radio show multi-vinyl album box set featuring Duran Duran, released in the USA by ABC Watermark during 1984.

About the albumEdit

The album was used for licence broadcast on January 28, 1984, 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 two Duran Duran singles, both released from the Seven and the Ragged Tiger album.

At no. 37 is "New Moon on Monday" which featured a music video directed by Brian Grant during the icy first week of January 1984, in the village of Noyers in France.

At no.13 is "Union of the Snake", a single performed live by Duran Duran during two 1983 UK summer shows (Prince's Trust Rock Gala and MENCAP concert) before the song was released on Seven and the Ragged Tiger.

Track listingEdit

40. "I Want A New Drug" - Huey Lewis & The News
39. "The Dream" - Irene Cara
38. "Bang Your Head" - Quiet Riot
37. "New Moon on Monday" - Duran Duran
36. "Remember The Nights" - Motels
35. "The Sign of Fire" - The Fixx
34. "Stay With Me Tonight" - Jefferey Osborne
33. "Nightbird" - Stevie Nicks
32. "Send Me An Angel" - Real Life
31. "Girls Just Want To Have Fun" - Cyndi Lauper
30. "If I'd Been The One" - .38 Special
29. "Read 'Em & Weep" - Barry Manilow
28. "Time Will Reveal" - DeBarge
LDD: "I Just Want To Be Your Everything" - Andy Gibb
27. "Nobody To Me" - John Lennon
26. "Baby I Lied" - Deborah Allen
25. "So Bad" - Paul McCartney
24. "Yah Mo Be There" - Michael McDonald & James Ingram
23. "Wrapped Around Your Finger" - The Police
22. "99 Luffballons" - Nena
21. "Middle of the Road" - The Pretenders
20. "Jump" - Van Halen
19. "An Innocent Man" - Billy Joel
18. "Let The Music Play" - Shannon
17. "Curly Shuffle" - Jump 'N The Saddle
16. "Holiday" - Madonna
15. "Say It Isn't So" - Hall & Oates
14. "I Still Can't Get Over You" - Ray Parker Jr.
13. "Union of the Snake" - Duran Duran
12. "Pink Houses (Ain't That America) - John Cougar Mellancamp
11. "Think of Laura" - Christopher Cross
10. "That's All" - Genesis
09. "Twist of Fate" - Olivia Newton-John
08. "Running With The Night" - Lionel Richie
07. "Say Say Say" - Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson
06. "Joanna" - Kool & The Gang
05. "Break My Stride" - Matthew Wilder
LDD: "Take Me Down" - Alabama
04. "I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues" - Elton John
03. "Talking In Your Sleep" - Romantics
02. "Karma Chameleon" - Culture Club
01. "Owner of a Lonely Heart" - Yes

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