This upbeat pop track was Jason Donovan's third single release and first solo No.1 single in the UK - his previous single Especially For You reached No.1 but was a duet with Kylie Minogue - and stayed at the top for 2 weeks in March 1989. In Australia the song peaked at #7.

You may have guessed that the song was produced by Stock, Aitken & Waterman, who also produced Kylie's earlier work. The track featured on the album Ten Good Reasons which became the biggest-selling album of 1989, shifting 1.5 million copies. 

I must mention a comment I spotted on Youtube from someone who, when they were younger, though that Jason was singing "Too many broken huts in the World". So funny, I can't stop laughing!

During the 80's the Australian singer and actor had six top 5 singles in the UK. The ex-Neighbours actor has achievedfour #1 singles overall, with the other two being Sealed With a Kiss (1989) and Any Dream Will Do (1991) from Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat. 

Jason Donovan - Too Many Broken Hearts - 7

Too Many Broken Hearts 7" Single