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Die Hits 1989 Jahrescharts Schlagercharts

Roxette - The Look
Madonna - Like A Prayer
Phil Collins - Another Day In Paradise
Mysterious Art - Das Omen
David Hasselhoff - Looking for Freedom
Kaoma - Lambada
Bobby McFerrin - Don't Worry, Be Happy
Robin Beck - First Time
Depeche Mode - Personal Jesus
Soulsister - The Way To Your Heart
Marc Almond & Gene Pitney - Something's Gotten Hold Of My Heart
Fine Young Cannibals - She Drives Me Crazy
Jive Bunny & The Mastermixers - Swing The Mood
The Cure - Lullaby
New Kids On The Block - Hangin' Tough
Prince - Batdance
Simply Red - If You Don't Know Me By Now
Paula Abdul - Cold Hearted
New Kids On The Block - I'll Be Loving You (Forever)
Milli Vanilli - Baby Don't Forget My Number
Bette Midler - Wind Beneath My Wings
Richard Marx - Satisfied
The Beach Boys - Kokomo
Tina Turner - The Best
Bee Gees - Ordinary Lives
Queen - I Want It All
Holly Johnson - Americanos
Lil Louis - French Kiss
Bangles - Eternal Flame
Tanita Tikaram - Twist In My Sobriety
Paula Abdul - Straight Up
Camouflage - Love Is A Shield
Neneh Cherry - Buffalo Stance
Sydney Youngblood - If Only I Could
Martika - Toy Soldiers
Richard Marx: Right Here Waiting
Fine Young Cannibals - Good Thing

Country Charts 1989

The Judds - Change of Heart
Alabama - Song of the South
Rodney Crowell - She's Crazy For Leavin'
Thomas Conley - What I'd Say Earl
Clint Black - A Better Man
Rosanne Cash - I Don't Want to Spoil the Party
Rodney Crowell - After All This Time
Dwight Yoakam - I Sang Dixie
Ricky Van Shelton - From a Jack to a King
Dolly Parton - Why'd You Come In Here Looking Like That
Keith Whitley - I'm No Stranger to the Rain
Randy Travis - Deeper Than the Holler
Ronnie Milsap - Don't You Ever Get Tired of Hurting Me
Desert Rose Band - I Still Believe in You
George Strait - What's Going On In Your World
George Strait - Baby's Gotten Good at Goodbye
Ricky Skaggs - Lovin' Only Me
Garth Brooks - If Tomorrow Never Comes
Earl Thomas Conley - Love Out Loud
Alabama - If I Had You
Willie Nelson - Nothing I Can Do About It Now
Steve Wariner - Where Did I Go Wrong
Kathy Mattea - Come From the Heart
Eddy Raven - In a Letter to You
Patty Loveless - Timber, I'm Falling In Love
Rodney Crowe l- Above and Beyondl
Randy Travis - Is It Still Over
Reba McEntire - New Fool at an Old Game
Clint Black - Killin' Time 
Alabama - High Cotton
Steve Wariner - I Got Dreams
Dolly Parton - Yellow Roses

Rock-Charts 1989 Hardrock Charts

Alice Cooper - Poison
Die Toten Hosen - Hier kommt Alex
Ozzy Osbourne - Miracle Man
Gary Moore - After the War
White Lion - Little Fighter
Bon Jovi - Born To Be My Baby
Kingdom Come - Do You Like It
Die Toten Hosen - 1000 Gute Gründe
Doro - A Whiter Shade of Pale
Die Ärzte - bitte, bitte

Metal-Charts 1989 Heavy Metal Charts

Man kann sagen dass ein Song überwiegend die Nr.1 das ganze Jahr über war. Der Hit „one" von Metallica des 1988 veröffentlichten Albums „And Justice for All" hielt sich monatelang auf den ersten Rängen der Rockcharts. Ebenso konnten Guns´n Roses das ganze Jahr über vom Vorjahresalbum „Appetite for Destruction" zehren. Auch wenn die „echten" Black Sabbath-Fans sich nicht mit Toni Martin anfreunden konnten, so war der Song „Headless Cross" einer der meistgespielten Songs in 1989. Manowar veröffentlichte für die Fans aus Deutschland „Herz aus Stahl".

Metallica - One
Black Sabbath - Headless Cross
Guns´n Roses - Paradise City
AC/DC - Heatseeker
Helloween - Dr. Stein
Metallica - Harvester of Sorrow
Manowar - Kings of Metal
Slayer - post mortem
DIO - We Rock
Guns´n Roses - Sweet Child Of Mine
Anthrax - Indians
WASP - The Real Me
Megadeth - Anarchy in the UK
Accept - hellhammer
Iron Maiden - Can i Play with Madness
Manowar - Herz aus Stahl
Sodom - ausgebomt
Testament - Trial by Fire
Anthrax - Make Me Laugh
Cinderella - Gipsy Road
Overkill - F_ck You
Judas Priest - Johnny B. Good
Tankard - Alien
Queensryche - Eye of a Stranger
Doro - All We Are
Kreator - Betrayer
Rumble Militia - Chile under Pinochet
Onslaught - let there be rock


Schlagercharts 1989

Edelweiss - Bring Me Edelweiss
Hanne Haller - Mein lieber Mann
Jürgen Drews - Irgendwann, irgendwo, irgendwie
Original Naabtal Duo - Patrona Bavariae
Klaus & Klaus - Der Eiermann
Nino de Angelo - Samuraj
Stephan Remmler - Keine Angst

Sommerhit 1989 Sommerhits Deutschland

Kaoma - lambada
Roxette - the look
Bangles - Eternal Flame
Mysterious Art - Das Omen
Jive Bunny - Swing The Mood
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