I'm not sure how many years were in this series because this is the only one I own. 1984 was a good year for me. Not sure, but I probably bought this CD for the songs I Feel For You, Solid, and Miss Me Blind.
- Missing You - John Waite: Peaked at #1. I prefer Waite's earlier work, but this isn't a bad single.
- I Feel for You - Peaked at #3. Chaka Khan: this song hasn't aged well, but I absolutely loved it in 1984. Written by Prince, rap by Melle Mel, harmonica solo by Stevie Freakin' Wonder. I have to admit to dancing to it right now.
- Hold Me Now - Peaked at #3. Thompson Twins: Great song. Reminds me of driving in my car listening to the Into The Gap cassette during the spring of my senior year in high school.
- Sunglasses at Night - Corey Hart: Peaked at #7. I can take it or leave it. Today I feel like leaving it.
- We Belong - Pat Benatar: Peaked at #5. I was never really a Benetar fan.
- Magic - The Cars: Peaked at #12. I only liked two songs from the Heartbeat City album - Hello Again and this song.
- I Can Dream About You - Dan Hartman: Peaked at #6. I don't think much of this song, but it reminds me of getting into a club in Dallas (Monopoly?) with a fake ID because it was playing when we entered the club.
- Rock Me Tonite - Billy Squier: Peaked at #15. Not Billy's best effort. The title is ironic since the song doesn't rock much. The video is widely accepted as one of the worst of all-time and is credited with ending Squier's career.
- Solid - Ashford & Simpson: Peaked at #12. A guilty pleasure for me.
- Strut - Sheena Easton: Peaked at #7. I haven't heard this in a while. Not bad. It's a long way from her single Morning Train. I remember her as Crockett's girlfriend on Miami Vice.
- Miss Me Blind - Culture Club: Peaked at #5. I really liked this song when it was released. Some of my friends played in a cover band called Cambrai and they played this song once when I was at a club called Elvira's in BC.
- Breakdance - Irene Cara: Peaked at #9. #9? Really? I never heard this song before I bought this CD. I have no need to hear it again.