Dionne Warwick – Heartbreaker

Music video: Dionne Warwick – Heartbreaker

“Heartbreaker” is a single by American pop and soul singer Dionne Warwick from her album Heartbreaker (1982). The song was written by Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb of the Bee Gees, with Barry Gibb’s backing vocal being heard on the chorus.

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The song reached the top of charts around the world and stands as one of Warwick’s biggest career hits, selling an estimated 4,000,000 copies worldwide. It made the Top 10 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart in January 1983. The track was Dionne’s eighth #1 Adult Contemporary hit and reached #14 on the Soul chart. In the UK Singles Chart, the track reached #2 for two weeks in November 1982.

It was ranked as Billboard magazine’s 80th biggest US hit of 1983.

Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heartbreaker_(Dionne_Warwick_song)

John Mellencamp – Jack & Diane

“Jack & Diane” is a 1982 hit rock song written and performed by American singer-songwriter, John Mellencamp, then performing as “John Cougar.” It appears on Mellencamp’s album American Fool. It was chosen by RIAA as one of the Songs of the Century. The single spent four weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1982, and, to date, is Mellencamp’s most successful hit single.

Stevie Nicks – Edge of Seventeen

“Edge of Seventeen”, also known by the alternate title “Just Like the White Winged Dove” drawn from the first line of its refrain, is a song written and recorded by American singer-songwriter Stevie Nicks, the third single from her successful 1981 solo debut album, Bella Donna. Written by Nicks to express the grief resulting from the death of her uncle Jonathan and the murder of John Lennon during the same week of December 1980, the song features a distinctive, chugging 16th-note guitar riff, and a simple chord structure typical of Nicks’ songs.

Billy Idol – White Wedding

“White Wedding” is a song by Billy Idol that appeared on his album Billy Idol (1982). Although “The Big 80’s: Episode I” of VH1’s Pop-Up Video trivia show claims Idol wrote the song to voice his displeasure with his sister’s fiancĂ© (who impregnated her before marrying her), on an episode of VH1 Storytellers, Idol claimed that there was never any family resentment towards his sister, and that the song was simply heightened fantasy and nothing more.