30./h2> Charlie hit #38 in August '83 with the great lost gem It's Inevitable
29./h2> The Goddess hit #14 in November '83 with the underrated If Anyone Falls
28./h2> Holly Knight was one of the most prolific songwriters of the 80's, but her group Device only managed this minor hit, which was still awesome. Hanging on a Heart Attack got to #35 in August '86.
27./h2> Carl Anderson and soap star/"Facts of Life" theme song singer Gloria Loring got all the way to #2 with this cheesy classic, which I love far more than I should.
26./h2> Laura Branigan proved she was no one hit wonder when her second smash Solitaire climbed to # 7 on the chart in May '83.
25./h2> Karla Bonoff hit #19 in August '82 with Personally, a bonafide Adult Contemporary classic.
24./h2> Quarterflash hit #3 in February '82 with Harden my Heart, early 80's pop at it's greatest.
The late Van Stephenson hit #22 in July '84 with the lost classic Modern Day Delilah. The video is pure 80's - big haired girls in lingerie, lots of neon, it's one of my favorite 80's videos.
22./h2> Bananarama had their biggest hit with Venus, which spent one week at #1 in September '86.
And Toto too? Yes, and Toto too. Africa hit #1 in February '83.