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American Top 40
5 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: July 14, 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 July 14, 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.

Presented by guest host Charlie Van Dyke, the compilation includes Duran Duran's most successful single "The Reflex" at no.5.

The Go-Go's are also included, a band that Duran Duran supported in concert during October 1981. Belinda Carlisle from the band later released her debut single "Mad About You" featuring Andy Taylor performing guitar in 1986.

Track listingEdit

40. "Turn To You" - The Go-Go's
39. "Rock Me Tonight" - Billy Squier
38. "Boys Do Fall In Love" - Robin Gibb
37. "Sexy Girl" - Glenn Frey
36. "The First Day of Summer" - Tony Carey
35. "Alibis" - Sergio Mendes
34. "Modern Day Delilah" - Van Stephenson
33. "Round And Round" - Ratt
32. "Stay The Night" - Chicago
31. "She's Mine" - Steve Perry
LDD: "It's A Miracle" - Culture Club
30. "Romancing The Stone" - Eddy Grant
29. "Sunglasses At Night" - Corey Hart
28. "I'm Free (Heaven Help The Man)" - Kenny Loggins
27. "Panama" - Van Halen
26. "Don't Walk Away" - Rick Springfield
25. "If Ever You're In Arms Again" - Peabo Bryson
24. "No Way Out" - Jefferson Starship
23. "What's Love Got To Do With It" - Tina Turner
22. "Let's Hear It For The Boy" - Deniece Williams
21. "Stuck On You" - Lionel Richie
20. "I Can Dream About You" - Dan Hartman
19. "Borderline" - Madonna
18. "Dance Hall Days" - Wang Chung
17. "Breakin...There's No Stopping Us" - Ollie And Jerry
16. "Sad Songs (Say So Much)" - Elton John
15. "State of Shock" - The Jacksons
Extra: "My Generations" - The Who
14. "Time After Time" - Cyndi Lauper
13. "Doctor! Doctor!" - Thompson Twins
12. "Magic" - The Cars
11. "Infatuation" - Rod Stewart
10. "Legs" - ZZ Top
09. "The Heart of Rock 'N' Roll" - Huey Lewis & The News
08. "Ghostbusters" - Ray Parker Jr.
07. "Almost Paradise" - Mike Reno and Ann Wilson
LDD: "My Dad" - Paul Peterson
06. "Self Control" - Laura Branigan
05. "The Reflex" - Duran Duran
04. "Eyes Without A Face" - Billy Idol
03. "Jump (For My Love)" - The Pointer Sisters
02. "Dancing In The Dark" - Bruce Springsteen
01. "When Doves Cry" - Prince

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