AMERICAN TOP 40- THE 80’S- MARCH 6, 1982

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American Top 40- The 80’s- March 6, 1982

1 1 CENTERFOLD –•– The J. Geils Band (EMI-America)-18 (5 weeks at #1) (1) A+
2 2 OPEN ARMS –•– Journey (Columbia)-8 (2) B-
3 9 I LOVE ROCK ‘N ROLL –•– Joan Jett and the Blackhearts (Boardwalk)-5 (3) A
4 4 SHAKE IT UP –•– The Cars (Elektra)-16 (4) A
5 5 THAT GIRL –•– Stevie Wonder (Tamla)-8 (5) A-
6 6 SWEET DREAMS –•– Air Supply (Arista)-13 (6) C
7 3 I CAN’T GO FOR THAT (No Can Do) –•– Daryl Hall and John Oates (RCA)-17 (1)B+
8 12 MIRROR, MIRROR –•– Diana Ross (RCA)-9 (8) B
9 10 LEADER OF THE BAND –•– Dan Fogelberg (Full Moon / Epic)-15 (9) B
10 11 TAKE IT EASY ON ME –•– Little River Band (Capitol)-14 (10)B

11 19 WE GOT THE BEAT –•– The Go-Go’s (I.R.S.)-6 (11) A+
12 13 SPIRITS IN THE MATERIAL WORLD –•– The Police (A&M)-8 (12) A
13 14 THROUGH THE YEARS –•– Kenny Rogers (Liberty)-11 (13) C
14 18 PAC-MAN FEVER –•– Buckner and Garcia (Columbia)-9 (14) C
15 16 LOVE IN THE FIRST DEGREE –•– Alabama (RCA)-17 (15) C
16 22 BOBBIE SUE –•– The Oak Ridge Boys (MCA)-8 (16) C
17 20 KEY LARGO –•– Bertie Higgins (Kat Family)-17 (17) C
18 7 HARDEN MY HEART –•– Quarterflash (Geffen)-21 (3) B
19 39 MAKE A MOVE ON ME –•– Olivia Newton-John (MCA)-4 (19) C
20 30 CHARIOTS OF FIRE – TITLES –•– Vangelis (Polydor)-13 (20) A

21 25 SHOULD I DO IT –•– The Pointer Sisters (Planet)-7 (21) B
22 24 TONIGHT I’M YOURS (Don’t Hurt Me) –•– Rod Stewart (Warner Brothers)-7 (22) B
23 8 THE SWEETEST THING (I’ve Ever Known) –•– Juice Newton (Capitol)-21 (7) C
24 34 TAKE OFF –•– Bob and Doug McKenzie (Mercury)-6 (24) B
25 27 DADDY’S HOME –•– Cliff Richard (EMI-America)-8 (25) C
26 29 CALL ME –•– Skyy (Salsoul)-8 (26) C
27 33 DO YOU BELIEVE IN LOVE –•– Huey Lewis and the News (Chrysalis)-5 (27) C+
28 31 WHEN ALL IS SAID AND DONE –•– Abba (Atlantic)-9 (28)A+
29 32 ONE HUNDRED WAYS –•– Quincy Jones Featuring James Ingram (A&M)-12 (29) B
30 15 YOU COULD HAVE BEEN WITH ME –•– Sheena Easton (EMI-America)-15 (15) B-

31 17 PHYSICAL –•– Olivia Newton-John (MCA)-23 (1)A
32 23 TURN YOUR LOVE AROUND –•– George Benson (Warner Brothers)-20 (5) B+
33 37 I BELIEVE –•– Chilliwack (Millennium)-8 (33) C
34 56 FREEZE-FRAME –•– The J. Geils Band (EMI-America)-3 (34) A
35 21 SOMEWHERE DOWN THE ROAD –•– Barry Manilow (Arista)-12 (21) C
36 41 MY GUY –•– Sister Sledge (Cotillion)-6 (36) C
37 40 TELL ME TOMORROW (Part 1) –•– Smokey Robinson (Tamla)-8 (37) B+
38 60 EDGE OF SEVENTEEN (Just Like the White Winged Dove) –•– Stevie Nicks (Modern)-3 (38) B
39 50 JUKE BOX HERO –•– Foreigner (Atlantic)-4 (39) C
40 45 ON THE WAY TO THE SKY –•– Neil Diamond (Columbia)-4 (40) C

4 responses to “AMERICAN TOP 40- THE 80’S- MARCH 6, 1982

  1. Good stuff. 10th grade year. I miss LRB on the radio. I’m glad I don’t remember Pac Man Fever. Quarterflash, Olivia (Make a Move on Me…Physical is worn out), Juice Newton, Rod Stewart, Huey Lewis, Sheena Easton, Stevie, Foreigner… I don’t remember I Believe by Chilliwack. I remember Gone, Gone, Gone… Don’t remember that ABBA song, either, curiously.

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