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Cher had a great final half of the 80's, and she capped off her comeback with this hit, which reached #3 in September '89.

I first fell in love with gay icon Kylie thanks to this classic, which peaked at #28 in June '88.

What About Me is the wonderful, but sadly overlooked collaboration between Kenny Rogers, Kim Carnes, and James Ingram. It peaked at #15 in November '84.

Pop tart Samantha Fox puts the pop bimbos of today to shame. There was an innocence to her sexuality that's missing today. Her first hit Touch Me peaked at #4 in February '87.

Canadian icons Rush had their only American Top 40 hit with New World Man, which peaked at #21 in November '82.

Ratt had their biggest hit with Round and Round, which peaked at #12 in September of '84.

Sheila E. had her biggest hit with The Glamorous Life, which hit #7 in September '84.

Boston had a huge comeback hit with Amanda, which spent two weeks at #1 in November '86.

Heart spent three weeks at #1 with Alone in July '87, and it became the biggest hit of their long career.

This is the second of three songs from Cyndi Lauper on my list. Time after Time spent two weeks at #1 in June of '84.

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