This is a complete playlist of all the No.1 Billboard Hot 100 songs from 1980. There are a few tunes here that I haven't heard in a very long time and some wonderful memories here.

Being from the UK, it's interesting to hear tracks from the charts of another country. After listening to this selection it has become even more noticeable just how the quality of chart music has declined over the years. Glorious bass lines, vocalists who sang from the heart, meaningful lyrics and memorable choruses - how I miss the early 80s!

So, which is your No.1 favourite here? Mine is definitely Another Brick In The Wall by Pink Floyd, although Blondie's Call Me came a very close second.
    1. KC and the Sunshine Band - Please Don't Go
  2. Rupert Holmes - Escape (Pina Colada Song)
  3. Michael Jackson - Rock With You
  4. Captain and Tennille - Do That To Me One More Time
  5. Queen - Crazy Little Thing Called Love
  6. Pink Floyd - Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2)
  7. Blondie - Call Me
  8. Lipps Inc. - Funkytown
  9. Paul McCartney & Wings - Coming Up (Live in Glasgow)
10. Billy Joel - It;s Still Rock And Roll To Me
11. Olivia Newton John - Magic
12. Christopher Cross - Sailing
13. Diana Ross - Upside Down
14. Queen - Another One Bites The Dust
15. Barbra Streisand - Woman In Love
16. Kenny Rogers - Lady
17. John Lennon - (Just Like) Starting Over


Kenny Rogers - Lady - 1980 vinyl sleeve
The 1980s was the most commercially successful decade for the American country singer, Kenny Rogers, who achieved success with 21 top ten hits in the Hot Country Songs Chart and five top ten songs in the Billboard Hot 100. The singer performed at Glastonbury, England in 2013.
Pink Floyd - Another Brick In The Wall Part II vinyl
Please Don't Go by KC And The Sunshine Band became the last No.1 of the 1970s and the first of the 1980s in the U.S. However, very soon after the song topped the charts the founder, Harry Wayne Casey, decided to break-up the band and concentrate on a pop solo career.
Queen Crazy Little Thing Called Love - Vinyl
Diana Ross - Upside Down - (1980 UK Motown label 7
Released on June 25th 1980, Upside Down became a huge, international Motown disco hit for Diana Ross. Produced by the legendary Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards, the song peaked at #2 here in the UK and featured the B-side Friend To Friend.
Michael Jackson
Pure 80s Remixes CD Boxset