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National Music Survey
Duran duran DICK CLARK NATIONAL MUSIC SURVEY 1
radio show album
Country USA Dbi flag usa
Catalogue no. December 8, 1984
Label Mutual Broadcasting System, Inc.
Format 3 x 12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM), Box Set
Length 30 tracks
Released 1984
Genre Pop, Rock
Producer Various
National Music Survey advert
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album featuring Duran Duran

Dick Clark National Music Survey: December 8, 1984 is a syndicated radio show album featuring Duran Duran, released in the USA by Mutual Broadcasting System, Inc. during 1984.

About the albumEdit

Presented by New York born Dick Clark, the album was used for licence broadcast on December 8, 1984, featuring the US Top 30 singles, with flashback tracks by Barbara Streisand and Hall & Oates.

Issued with cue sheets and a letter to radio stations that outlined the radio format, the recording also features commercials and interviews with several of the Top 30 artists.

The compilation includes Duran Duran's "The Wild Boys", a single which reached no.2 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and was the only studio track on the live album Arena.

Also featured is Prince, an artist Duran Duran supported in concert during August 1993.

Track listingEdit

30. "We Are The Young" - Dan Hartman
29. "The Boys of Summer" - Don Henley
28. "Caribbean Queen" - Billy Ocean
27. "Understanding" - Bob Segar
26. "Purple Rain" - Prince
25. "Strut" - Sheena Easton

  • Interview: Sheena Easton

24. "You're The Inspiration" - Chicago
23. "I Do' Wanna Know" - REO Speedwagon

  • Interview: Kevin Cronin

22. "Stranger In Town" - Toto
FL: "Love Theme From A Star Is Born" - Barbara Streisand
21. "Better Be Good To Me" - Tina Turner
20. "Do What You Do" - Jermaine Jackson
19. "All I Need" - Jack Wagner

  • Interview: Jack Wagner

18. "Born In The U.S.A." - Bruce Springsteen
17. "It Ain't Enough" - Corey Hart
16. "Hello Again" - The Cars
15. "Run To You" - Bryan Adams

  • Interview: Bryan Adams

14. "Cool It Now" - New Edition
13. "Valotte" - Julian Lennon
12. "Penny Lover" - Lionel Richie
FL: "Rich Girl" - Hall & Oates
11. "Walking On A Thin Line" - Huey Lewis & The News
10. "I Can't Hold Back" - Survivor
09. "Like A Virgin" - Madonna
08. "We Belong" - Pat Benatar
07. "Sea of Love" - The Honeydrippers
06. "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" - Wham!

  • Interview: George Michael

05. "I Feel For You" - Chake Khan
04. "No More Lonely Nights" - Paul McCartney

  • Interview: Paul McCartney

03. "All Through The Night" - Cyndi Lauper
02. "The Wild Boys - Duran Duran
01. "Out of Touch" - Hall & Oates

  • Interview: Daryl Hall & John Oates

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