1985 in music


1985 in music


Events


January

*January 28 - Various artists, under the group name USA For Africa, including Ray Charles, Bob Dylan, Michael Jackson, Billy Joel, Cyndi Lauper, Steve Perry, Kenny Loggins, Willie Nelson, Lionel Richie, Smokey Robinson, Kenny Rogers, Diana Ross, Paul Simon, Bruce Springsteen, Huey Lewis and the News, Tina Turner and Stevie Wonder, recorded the song "We Are the World". [cite web|url=http://www.songfacts.com/detail.php?id=1560|title=We Are The World by U.S.A. For Africa|last=unattributed|date=undated|publisher=Songfacts|accessdate=2008-04-18]

February

*February 21 - Whitney Houston released her first album after signing to Arista Records.Fact|date=June 2008

March

*March 27 - The South African Broadcasting Corporation banned Stevie Wonder's music in response to Wonder dedicating the Oscar he had won the night before to Nelson Mandela. [ cite web|url=http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9F00E4DD1438F934A15750C0A963948260 |title=Stevie Wonder Music Banned in South Africa |last=Associated Press |date=March 27, 1985 |publisher=New York Times |accessdate=2008-07-15 ]
*March 28 - A wax likeness of Michael Jackson was unveiled at Madame Tussaud's wax museum in London, UK. [ cite web|url=http://www.mj-in-the-early-80s.com/1985.htm |title=Michael Jackson, 1985 |last=Unattributed |year=2005 |publisher=Michael Jackson in the Early 1980's|accessdate=2008-07-15 ]

April

*April 1 - After months of squabbling, David Lee Roth left Van Halen to begin a solo career. [cite web |url=http://www.geocities.com/dan_halen27/history/roth_era.html |title=Chronology |date=undated |last=Dan Halen |accessdate=2008-07-15]
*April 10 - Madonna began her very first tour, The Virgin Tour (named after her "Like a Virgin" album) in Seattle, Washington, USA. [ cite web|url=http://www.ultimatemadonna.com/the_virgin_tour/ |title=The Virgin Tour |last=Madonnatribe |date=undated |accessdate=2008-07-15]

June

*June 11 - Madonna ended The Virgin Tour at Madison Square Garden in New York, USA.Fact|date=June 2008

July

*July 13 - The Live Aid concert took place in Wembley Stadium, London, UK and Philadelphia, USA. The headlining acts at the latter venue included a Led Zeppelin reunion, the first since their 1980 disbandment. [cite web|url=http://www.herald.co.uk/local_info/live_aid.html#prog |title=Live Aid Programme |last=mdh |year=1995 |accessdate=2008-07-15]

August

*August 16 - On her 27th birthday, Madonna married actor Sean Penn. They were later divorced, on September 14, 1989.Fact|date=April 2008

eptember

*September 6 - Michael Jackson purchased the publishing rights for most of the Beatles' music for US$47 million, much to the dismay of Paul McCartney, whom he was bidding against. [cite web url|http://www.mjcafe.net/the%20legend%20speeches%20&%20faq/b4.htm |title=When did Michael buy the Beatles' songs? |year=2008 |last=MJ Cafe |accessdate=2008-07-15]
*September 19 - The Parents Music Resource Center's (P.M.R.C.) United States Senate hearing on rock censorship began in Washington, D.C., USA. Heavy metal singer Dee Snider of Twisted Sister, rock star Frank Zappa and country singer John Denver testified against the P.M.R.C.Fact|date=April 2008
*September 22 - The Farm Aid concert was held in Champaign, Illinois, USA.Fact|date=June 2008

November

*November 16 - John Farnham became a famous Australian celebrity when his hit, "You're The Voice' went to the top of the charts at #1 for a record-breaking seven weeks.Fact|date=April 2008

December

*December 5 - The first fully digital reggae single, Wayne Smith's "(Under Me) Sleng Teng", was recorded at Prince Jammy's studio; it is the beginning of ragga style reggae.Fact|date=June 2008

Undated

*Eric B. & Rakim meet and began making music together.Fact|date=April 2008
*The former Beatles producer George Martin worked with country music legend Kenny Rogers on the album "The Heart of the Matter".Fact|date=April 2008
*Several hundreds of thousands of U.S. dollars in publishing royalties were released to the surviving members, and families of the deceased members, of the British music group, Badfinger. Two band members, Pete Ham and Tom Evans, previously committed suicide due to financial problems.Fact|date=April 2008

Bands formed

*Aria
*Brainbombs
*Crowded House
*Erasure
*Fecal Matter
*The Feelies reunite
*Guns N' Roses
*GWAR
*Hootie & the Blowfish
*The Mad Capsule Markets
*Majesty (subsequently renamed Dream Theater)
*The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
*Mr. Bungle
*Phranc - solo career starts
*Pizzicato Five
*Pixies
*Private Domain
*Stabbing Westward
*Totalitär
*Widespread Panic

Bands disbanded

*Cheech & Chong
*Chic
*Devo (reformed in 1987 and disbanded again in 1990)
*Dr. Hook
*Duran Duran (reformed in 1986 as a trio of original members John Taylor, Simon Le Bon, and Nick Rhodes)
*The Go-Go's
*Hanoi Rocks
*The J. Geils Band
*Men at Work
*Mercyful Fate (reformed in 1993)
*Minutemen
*Orange Juice
*The Police
*Quarterflash
*The Specials
*Split Enz
*The Sugarhill Gang
*Weather Report

Albums released

*"A Cappella" - Todd Rundgren
*"Across a Crowded Room" - Richard Thompson
*"Ancient Artifacts" - D.I.
*" Armed and Dangerous" - Anthrax
*"Around the World in a Day" - Prince and the Revolution
*"Asylum" - Kiss
*"Backwaxed" - Anvil
*"Bad Moon Rising" - Sonic Youth
*"Be Yourself Tonight" - Eurythmics
*"Beat Happening" - Beat Happening
*"Begegnungen II" - Eno Moebius Roedelius Plank
*"Behind the Sun" - Eric Clapton
*"Biograph" - Bob Dylan
*"Bites" - Skinny Puppy
*"The Blasting Concept Vol. 2" - Various Artists
*"Bo Diddley & Co. - Live" - Bo Diddley
*"Bonded by Blood" - Exodus
*"Boy in the Box" - Corey Hart
*"Bring Me the Head of Yuri Gagarin" (live) - Hawkwind
*"Brothers in Arms" - Dire Straits
*"The Chronicle of the Black Sword" - Hawkwind
*"Clan of Xymox" - Clan of Xymox
*"Company Of Justice" - Play Dead
*"" (OST) - Barry Manilow
*"Centerfield" - John Fogerty
*"A Classic Case" - Jethro Tull
*"Come Out and Play" - Twisted Sister
*"Cupid & Psyche 85" - Scritti Politti
*"Cut the Crap" - The Clash
*"Dare to Be Stupid" - "Weird Al" Yankovic
*"Delirious Nomad" - Armored Saint
*"Despite Straight Lines" - Marilyn
*"A Diamond Hidden in the Mouth of a Corpse" - Giorno Poetry Systems
*"Diamond Life" - Sade
*"Disturbing the Peace" - Alcatrazz
*"Done with Mirrors" - Aerosmith
*"Don't Stand Me Down" - Dexys Midnight Runners
*"Down for the Count" - Y&T
*"Dream Into Action" - Howard Jones
*"The Dream of the Blue Turtles" - Sting
*"Everybody's Crazy" - Michael Bolton
*"Eaten Alive" - Diana Ross
*"Empire Burlesque" - Bob Dylan
*"Eye Dance" - Boney M. (final album)
*"Fables of the Reconstruction" - R.E.M.
*"Falco 3 - Falco
*"Father's House" - Dreams So Real
*"Fear and Whiskey" - Mekons
*"Fear No Evil" - Grim Reaper
*"Feel the Fire" - Overkill
*"Fight to Survive" - White Lion
*"The Firm" - The Firm
*"First and Last and Always" - The Sisters of Mercy
*"The Firstborn Is Dead" - Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
*"Fly on the Wall" - AC/DC
*"For The Working Class Man" - Jimmy Barnes
*"Folksinger" - Phranc
*"Frankenchrist" - Dead Kennedys
*"Freaky Styley" - Red Hot Chili Peppers
*"The Fury" - Gary Numan
*"Futile Combat" - Skeletal Family
*"Garista" (re-release) -
*"Go West" - Go West
*"Gravity" - Kenny G
*"Greatest Hits" - The Cars
*"Halber Mensch" (or "½ Mensch"; English: "Half Man") - Einstürzende Neubauten
*"Hallelujah All the Way Home" - The Verlaines
*"Hawkwind Anthology" - Hawkwind
*"The Head on the Door" - The Cure
*"Heart" - Heart
*"The Heart of the Matter" - Kenny Rogers
*"Hell Awaits" - Slayer
*"Hellbound" - Warlock
*"Here's to Future Days" - Thompson Twins
*"Hero" - Clarence Clemons & the Red Bank Rockers
*"Hold Me" - Laura Branigan
*"Horror Epics" - The Exploited
*"Horse Bites Dog Cries" - D.I.
*"Hounds of Love" - Kate Bush
*"Hunting High and Low" - a-ha
*"I Am The Night" - Pantera
*"Ice on Fire" - Elton John
*"In My Head" - Black Flag
*"Into The Fire Live" - Play Dead
*"Into the Groove" - Madonna
*"Invasion of Your Privacy" - Ratt
*"Kingdom In The Streets" - Dion DiMucci
*"Killing Is My Business... And Business Is Good!" - Megadeth
*"Lands End" - various artists
*"The Last Command" - W.A.S.P.
*"Listen Like Thieves" - Inxs
*"Little Creatures" - Talking Heads
*"Live ?!*@ Like a Suicide" - Guns N' Roses
*"Live After Death" - Iron Maiden
*"Long Way to Heaven" - Helix
*"Loose Nut" - Black Flag
*"Lost and Found" - Jason and the Scorchers
*"Love" - The Cult
*"Love Bomb" - The Tubes
*"Love You to Pieces" - Lizzy Borden
*"Low-Life" - New Order
*"Luxury Of Life" - Five Star
*"Machine Age Voodoo" - SPK
*"Mad Not Mad" - Madness
*"Manilow" - Barry Manilow
*"Marching Out" - Yngwie Malmsteen
*"Messages from the Boys" -The Boys
*"Meat Is Murder - The Smiths
*"Mental Notes" - Bad Manners
*"Metal Heart" - Accept
*"Midnite Dynamite" - Kix
*"Misplaced Childhood" - Marillion
*"Mud Will Be Flung Tonight" (live) - Bette Midler
*"Music from the Edge of Heaven" - Wham! (UK)
*"Nervous Night" - The Hooters
*"New Day Rising" - Hüsker Dü
*"The Night I Fell in Love" - Luther Vandross
*"The Night of the Crime" - Icon
*"Night Time" - Killing Joke
*"No Jacket Required" - Phil Collins
*"No Muss...No Fuss" - Donnie Iris
*"Now That's What I Call Music 5" - Various Artists
*"Now That's What I Call Music 6" - Various Artists
*"Now - The Christmas Album" - Various Artists
*"Off the Board" - Ludichrist
*"Old Land" - Cluster & Brian Eno
*"One for the Road" - April Wine
*"Once Upon a Time" - Simple Minds
*"Open Fire" - Y&T
*"Original Masters" - Jethro Tull
*"Our Favourite Shop" - The Style Council
*"The Pacific Age" - Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark
*"Power of the Night" - Savatage
*"Power Station" - Power Station
*"Power Windows" - Rush
*"The Process of Weeding Out" - Black Flag
*"" - Minutemen
*"Promise" - Sade
*"Psychocandy" - The Jesus and Mary Chain
*"Radio" - LL Cool J
*"Rain Dogs" - Tom Waits
*"Ready to Strike" - King Kobra
*"Rescue You" - Joe Lynn Turner
*"The Right to Rock" - Keel
*"Riptide" - Robert Palmer
*"Rough Cutt" - Rough Cutt
*"Rum, Sodomy, and the Lash" - The Pogues
*"Run for Cover" - Gary Moore
*"Sacred Heart" - Dio
*"Salad Days" (EP) - Minor Threat
*"Say You Love Me" - Jennifer Holliday
*"Scarecrow" - John Cougar Mellencamp
*"Scream for Help" - John Paul Jones
*"A Sense of Wonder" - Van Morrison
*"7800 Fahrenheit" - Bon Jovi
*"Seven the Hard Way" - Pat Benatar
*"Shaken 'n' Stirred" - Robert Plant
*"Shamrock Diaries" - Chris Rea
*"She's the Boss" - Mick Jagger
*"Silvertone" - Chris Isaak
*"The Singles Collection" - Spandau Ballet
*"So Red the Rose" - Arcadia
*"Soldiers Under Command" - Stryper
*"Some Of My Best Jokes Are Friends" - George Clinton
*"Songs from the Big Chair" - Tears for Fears
*"Soul to Soul" - Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble
*"Space Ritual Volume 2" (live) - Hawkwind
*"Spleen and Ideal" - Dead Can Dance
*"Spoiled Girl" - Carly Simon
*"Spreading the Disease" - Anthrax
*"Starpeace" - Yoko Ono
*"Stay Hard" - Raven
*"Stella" - Yello
*"Steve McQueen" (US title: "Two Wheels Good") - Prefab Sprout
*"Suzanne Vega" - Suzanne Vega
*"Syirin Farthat" - Elvy Sukaesih
*"The Best Of Elvy Sukaeish" - Elvy Sukaesih
*"Talk about the Weather" - Red Lorry Yellow Lorry
*"Telephone Free Landslide Victory" - Camper Van Beethoven
*"10 from 6" - Bad Company
*"Three-Way Tie for Last" - Minutemen
*"Theatre of Pain" - Mötley Crüe
*"This is Big Audio Dynamite" - Big Audio Dynamite
*"This Nation's Saving Grace" - The Fall
*"3-Way Tie (For Last)" - Minutemen
*"Thunder in the East" - Loudness
*"Thursday Afternoon" - Brian Eno
*"Tim" - The Replacements
*"To Mega Therion" - Celtic Frost
*"Two Hearts" - Men at Work
*"Under Lock and Key" - Dokken
*"Unguarded" - Amy Grant
*"Up on the Sun" - Meat Puppets
*"VU" - The Velvet Underground
*"Waiting for the Roar" - Fastway
*"Walls of Jericho" - Helloween
*"We Are the World" - USA for Africa
*"Welcome to the Real World" - Mr. Mister
*"Whispering Jack" - John Farnham
*"Whitney Houston" - Whitney Houston
*"Who's Zooming Who" - Aretha Franklin
*"Without Love" - Black N' Blue
*"World Machine" - Level 42
*"World Wide Live" - Scorpions
*"Youthquake" - Dead or Alive
*"Zaman" - Ebiet G. Ade

Biggest hit singles

The following songs achieved the highest in the charts of 1985. [cite web|url=http://tsort.info/music/yr1985.htm|title=Songs from the Year 1985|last=Hawtin|first=Steve|year=2007|publisher=Steve Hawtin/TsorT|accessdate=2008-04-13]

Top hits




*"A View to a Kill" - Duran Duran
*"Alive And Kicking" - Simple Minds
*"All I Need" - Jack Wagner
*"Angel" - Madonna
*"Barbados" - The Models
*"Born in the U.S.A." - Bruce Springsteen
*"The Boy With The Thorn In His Side" - The Smiths
*"The Boys of Summer" - Don Henley
*"Broken Wings" - Mr. Mister
*"Brothers in Arms" -Dire Straits
*"Borderline" - Madonna (UK only)
*"Can't Fight This Feeling" - REO Speedwagon
*"Centerfield" - John Fogerty
*"C'était mon ami" - Dalida
*"Chain Reaction" - Diana Ross #1
*"Close To Me" - The Cure
*"Cloudbusting" - Kate Bush
*"Crazy for You" - Madonna
*"Dancing in the Street" - David Bowie and Mick Jagger
*"Day By Day" - Shakatak with Al Jarreau
*"Dirty Old Town" - The Pogues
*"Don't Come Around Here No More" - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
*"Don't Lose My Number" - Phil Collins
*"Don't You (Forget About Me)" - Simple Minds (released in 1984)
*"Dress You Up" - Madonna (released in 1984)
*"Duel" - Propaganda
*"E=MC²" - Big Audio Dynamite
*"Eighties" - Killing Joke
*"Éthiopie" - Chanteurs sans Frontières
*"Everybody Wants to Rule the World" - Tears for Fears
*"Everything She Wants" - Wham!
*"Everytime You Go Away" - Paul Young
*"Find A Way" - Amy Grant
*"Faron Young" - Prefab Sprout
*"Fortress Around Your Heart" - Sting
*"Freeway of Love" - Aretha Franklin
*"Gambler" - Madonna
*"Glory Days" - Bruce Springsteen
*"(Gotta Be) Wrong Way To Love" - Dynamic Hepnotics
*"Head Over Heels" - Tears for Fears
*"The Heat Is On" - Glenn Frey
*"Heaven" - Bryan Adams
*"Hold Me" - Menudo
*"Hounds of Love" - Kate Bush
*"How Soon Is Now?" - The Smiths
*"If Ever You're In My Arms Again" - Peabo Bryson
*"If You Love Somebody (Set Them Free)" - Sting
*"I'm Goin' Down" - Bruce Springsteen
*"I'm On Fire" - Bruce Springsteen
*"In Between Days" - The Cure
*"Into the Groove" - Madonna
*"Indianapolis" - Menudo
*"I Want to Know What Love Is" - Foreigner
*"Je te donne" - Jean-Jacques Goldman and Michael Jones
*"Jealous Guy" - John Lennon
*"Johnny Come Home" - Fine Young Cannibals
*"Johnny, Johnny" - Jeanne Mas
*"Kayleigh" - Marillion
*"Le temps d'aimer" - Dalida
*"Le Vénitien de Levallois" - Dalida
*"Lean on Me (ah-li-ayo)" - Red Box
*"Let's Go Crazy/Take Me With U" - Prince and the Revolution
*"Live Is Life" - Opus
*"Love Like Blood" - Killing Joke
*"Lover Why" - Century
*"Lovergirl" - Teena Marie
*"Loverboy" - Billy Ocean
*"Live To Tell" - Madonna
*"Miami Vice Theme" - Jan Hammer
*"Material Girl" - Madonna
*"Merry Christmas Everyone" - Shakin' Stevens
*"Money for Nothing" - Dire Straits
*"19" - Paul Hardcastle
*"Never Surrender" - Corey Hart
*"Oh Sheila" - Ready for the World
*"One Lonely Night" - REO Speedwagon
*"One More Night" - Phil Collins
*"One Night in Bangkok" - Murray Head
*"One Vision" - Queen
*"Only the Young" - Journey
*"Out Of Mind Out Of Sight" - The Models #1
*"Party All the Time" - Eddie Murphy
*"Part-Time Lover" - Stevie Wonder
*"Piece By Piece" - The Tubes
*"Private Dancer" - Tina Turner
*"The Power of Love" - Huey Lewis and the News
*"Reviens-moi" - Dalida
*"Running Up That Hill" - Kate Bush
*"Saving All My Love for You" - Whitney Houston
*"Say You, Say Me" - Lionel Richie
*"Separate Lives" Phil Collins with Marilyn Martin
*"Shout" - Tears for Fears
*"So Red The Rose" - Arcadia
*"Some Heads Are Gonna Roll" - Judas Priest
*"Some Like It Hot" - Power Station
*"Somebody" - Bryan Adams
*"Something About You" - Level 42
*"Spanish Eddie" - Laura Branigan
*"Square Rooms" - Al Corley
*"St. Elmo's Fire (Man in Motion)" - John Parr
*"Suddenly" - Billy Ocean
*"Summer of 69" - Bryan Adams
*"The Super Bowl Shuffle" - 1985 Chicago Bears
*"Sussudio" - Phil Collins
*"System Addict" - Five Star
*"Take On Me" - a-ha
*"Tarzan Boy" - Baltimora
*"True Blue" - Madonna
*"That's What Friends Are For" - Dionne Warwick (duets with Elton John, Gladys Knight & Stevie Wonder)
*"There Must Be an Angel (Playing with My Heart)" - Eurythmics
*"The Big Money" - Rush
*"The Big Sky" - Kate Bush
*"The Sun Always Shines on T.V." - a-ha
*"The Whole Of The Moon" - The Waterboys
*"Walk Like a Man" - Divine
*"Walk of Life (Dire Straits song)" - Dire Straits
*"We Are the World" - USA for Africa
*"We Built This City" - Jefferson Starship
*"West End Girls" - Pet Shop Boys
*"Wise Up" - Amy Grant
*"What You Need" - Inxs
*"When Love Breaks Down" - Prefab Sprout
*"When the Rain Begins to Fall" - Pia Zadora and Jermaine Jackson
*"Who's Zoomin' Who?" - Aretha Franklin
*"Working Class Man" - Jimmy Barnes
*"Would I Lie To You?" - Eurythmics
*"You Give Good Love" - Whitney Houston
*"You're The Voice" - John Farnham (#1 in Australia, UK, and Quebec; not released in the rest of North America until 1990)

Classical music

*Mario Davidovsky - "Capriccio for Two Pianos"
*Henri Dutilleux - "L'arbre des Songes" violin concerto
*Jacques Hétu - "Missa pro trecentisimo anno"
*Nicholas Jackson - "Organ Sonata"
*Witold Lutosławski - "Chain 2"
*Witold Lutosławski - "Chain 3"
*John Rutter - "Requiem"
*Alfred Schnittke - "String Trio"
*Joan Tower - "Piano Concerto"
*Robert Ward - "Raleigh Divertimento"

Opera

*Dominick Argento - "Casanova's Homecoming"
*Dorothy Rudd Moore - "Frederick Douglass"

Musical theater

* "Big River" - Broadway, New York, USA production
* "Dames at Sea" - off Broadway revival
* "The King and I" (Rodgers & Hammerstein) - Broadway revival
* "Me and My Girl" (Noel Gay) - London, UK revival
* "Les Misérables" - London production
* "Mystery of Edwin Drood" - Broadway production
* "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers" (Saul Chaplin, Gene de Paul and Johnny Mercer) - London production
* "Singin' in the Rain" - Broadway production
* "Song and Dance" - Broadway production

Musical films

* "A Chorus Line"
* "That's Dancing!"

Births

*February 20 - Yulia Volkova, Russian singer, (t.A.T.u.)
*April 3 - Leona Lewis, singer
*May 10 - Ashley Poole, singer Dream
*May 22 - Vangie Tang, singer
*June 15 - Nadine Coyle, Girls Aloud
*August 1 - Dina, singer
*August 3 - Holly Arnstein, singer Dream
*September 23 - Diana Ortiz, singer Dream
*October 15 - Nicola Roberts, Girls Aloud
*October 22 - Zac Hanson, Hanson
*October 25 - Ciara, singer
*December 10 - Raven-Symoné, actress and singer

Deaths

*January 9 - Anton Karas, Austrian zither player and composer
*February 7 - Matt Monro, American singer
*February 11 - Heinz Eric Roemheld, American composer
*February 12 - Leslie Sarony, English singer, comedian and songwriter
*February 18 - Gábor Darvas, composer and musicologist
*February 22 - Efrem Zimbalist, violinist
*February 28 - David Byron, Uriah Heep
*March 16 - Roger Sessions, American composer
*March 31 - Jeanine Deckers, known as The Singing Nun
*May 19 - Hilding Rosenberg, composer
*July 23 - Kay Kyser, US bandleader
*August 24 - Paul Creston, American composer
*September 6 - Little Brother Montgomery, jazz and blues pianist and singer
*September 11 - William Alwyn, English composer
*October 6 - Nelson Riddle, US conductor, composer and arranger
*October 11 - Tex Williams, US country singer
*October 14 - Emil Gilels, pianist
*October 21 - Ricky Wilson, founding member of The B-52's
* December 12 - Ian Stewart, The Rolling Stones, heart attack [ cite web|url=http://www.out-take.co.uk/ot/ray_connelly.php|title=Stu |last=Ray Connelly|year=2003|publisher=Out-Take Limited |accessdate=2008-07-15]
* December 22 - D. Boon, lead singer of Minutemen
*December 31 - Ricky Nelson, singer, former teen idol, plane crash. [ cite web|url=http://www.rockhall.com/inductee/ricky-nelson|title=Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee Ricky Nelson|last=unattributed|year=1987|publisher=Rock and Roll Hall of Fame|accessdate=2008-07-15]

Awards

*Eurovision Song Contest "Main article:"

Charts

*Billboard (USA) "Main article:" Hot 100 number-one hits of 1985 (United States)

References

See also

* Hot 100 number-one hits of 1985 (United States)
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