What was the most played song of 1988?
Top 100 Hits of 1988/Top 100 Songs of 1988
- Faith – George Michael.
- Need You Tonight – INXS.
- Got My Mind Set On You – George Harrison.
- Never Gonna Give You Up – Rick Astley.
- Sweet Child O’ Mine – Guns N’ Roses.
- So Emotional – Whitney Houston.
- Heaven is a Place on Earth – Belinda Carlisle.
- Could’ve Been – Tiffany.
What was the #1 rock song in 1988?
Top 100 Rock & Roll Songs in 1988
|1||Orange Crush R.E.M.||►|
|2||Angel of Harlem U2||►|
|4||The Valley Road Bruce Hornsby and the Range||►|
What type of music was popular in 1988?
1988 was a wild year for pop music. Hair metal was peaking in popularity, and everyone from Patrick Swayze to Bobby McFerrin to Tone Loc were scoring massive hits.
What was big 1988?
18 things that happened in 1988
- Floppy disks were a thing.
- Ronald Weasley Rupert Grint and Adele were born.
- The Netherlands became the second country connected to the internet.
- Home and Away aired for the first time.
- Table tennis became an Olympic sport.
- Stephen Hawking released best seller A Brief History of Time.
What was No 1 in 1988?
Mistletoe and Wine
Best-selling singles of 1988
|1||“Mistletoe and Wine”||Cliff Richard|
|2||“The Only Way Is Up”||Yazz and the Plastic Population|
|3||“I Should Be So Lucky”||Kylie Minogue|
|4||“Especially for You”||Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan|
What were the number one songs in 1988?
Our archive of 1988 No. 1 hits has it all: reggae from Bobby McFerrin with “Don’t Worry, Be Happy,” classic rock via Guns N’ Roses’ “Sweet Child O’ Mine,” teen pop from Tiffany’s “Could’ve Been,” and even Latin vibes courtesy of Gloria Estefan’s “Anything For You.” Michael Jackson snagged No.
What was the number one song in May of 1988?
May 1988: George Michael’s “One More Try” is the #1 Song in America.
What was the biggest news story of 1988?
U.S. Events US Navy ship shoots down Iranian airliner in Persian Gulf, mistaking it for jet fighter; 290 killed (July 3). Democratic convention nominates Gov. Michael Dukakis of Massachusetts for President and Texas Senator Lloyd Bentsen for Vice President (July 17 et seq.).
What came out 1988?
Domestic Box Office For 1988
|1||Who Framed Roger Rabbit||1,598|
|2||Coming to America||2,064|
|3||Good Morning, Vietnam||1,598|