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American Top 40
6 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: November 3, 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 November 3, 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 "The Wild Boys" by Duran Duran at no.38. This single was released with a music video filmed at the "007 Stage" at Pinewood Studios, with director Russell Mulcahy.

Also included is Rod Stewart's version of "Some Guys Have All The Luck", a song Robert Palmer sang at the MENCAP Concert in 1983. This song was later performed by The Power Station on their 1985 Summer Tour (see Power Station bootlegs).

Track listingEdit

Show # 844-5Edit

LW#1: "I Just Called To Say I Love You" - Stevie Wonder
40. "We Are The Young" - Dan Hartman
39. "Sugar Don't Bite" - Sam Harris
38. "The Wild Boys" - Duran Duran
37. "Girls With Guns" - Tommy Shaw
36. "Bop 'Til You Drop" - Rick Springfield
35. "We Belong" - Pat Benatar
34. "Missing You" - John Waite
33. "I Can't Drive 55" - Sammy Hager
32. "Teacher, Teacher" - .38 Special
31. "Walking On A Thin Line" - Huey Lewis & The News
30. "Cool It Now" - New Edition
29. "Sea of Love" - The Honey Drippers
28. "It Ain't Enough" - Corey Hart
LDD: "Break My Stride" - Matthew Wilder
27. "I Can't Hold Back" - Survivor
26. "The Glamorous Life" - Sheila E.
25. "No More Lonely Nights" - Paul McCartney
24. "The War Song" - Culture Club
23. "Cover Me" - Bruce Springsteen
22. "What About Me" - Kenny Rogers with Kim Carnes and James Ingram
21. "Drive" - The Cars
20. "All Through The Night" - Cyndi Lauper
19. "Swept Away" - Diana Ross
18. "Penny Lover" - Lionel Richie
17. "Let's Go Crazy" - Prince & The Revolution
16. "Who Wears These Shows" - Elton John
15. "Strut" - Sheena Easton
14. "Some Guys Have All The Luck" - Rod Stewart
13. "I'm So Excited" - The Pointer Sisters
12. "Out of Touch" - Daryl Hall & John Oates
11. "Desert Moon" - Dennis De Young
10. "I Feel For You" - Chaka Khan
09. "Better Be Good To Me" - Tina Turner
08. "Blue Jean" - David Bowie
LDD: "A Teenager In Love" - Dion & The Belmonts
07. "On The Dark Side" - John Cafferty and The Beaver Brown Band
06. "Lucky Star" - Madonna
05. "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" - Wham!
04. "Hard Habit To Break" - Chicago
03. "Purple Rain" - Prince & The Revolution
02. "I Just Called To Say I Love You" - Stevie Wonder
01. "Carribean Queen (No More On The Run)" - Billy Ocean

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