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Top 40 Smash Taps: “Love of My Life” and “Bowling Green”

These posts are about the songs that can accurately claim to crossed the key line of chart success, becoming Top 40 hits on Billboard, but just barely. Every song featured in this series peaked at number 40. By my rough,

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Top 40 Smash Taps: “Bewildered,” “Get It Together, Part 1,” “Let a Man Come In and Do the Popcorn, Part 2” and “King Heroin”

These posts are about the songs that can accurately claim to crossed the key line of chart success, becoming Top 40 hits on Billboard, but just barely. Every song featured in this series peaked at number 40. Throughout this life

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Top 40 Smash Taps: “Don’t Ask Me Why”

Eurythmics might have been the most unorthodox act to claim comfortably regular residency on the pop charts in the nineteen-eighties, a time when the sudden, sizable influence of MTV already made things somewhat topsy-turvy. Of course, the music video channel contributed

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Top 40 Smash Taps: “Spirit in the Night”

These posts are about the songs that can accurately claim to crossed the key line of chart success, becoming Top 40 hits on Billboard, but just barely. Every song featured in this series peaked at number 40. I’m going to

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Top 40 Smash Taps: “I’ll Be Your Shelter (In Time of Storm)”

These posts are about the songs that can accurately claim to crossed the key line of chart success, becoming Top 40 hits on Billboard, but just barely. Every song featured in this series peaked at number 40. If a one-hit

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Top 40 Smash Taps: “Breakdown”

These posts are about the songs that can accurately claim to crossed the key line of chart success, becoming Top 40 hits on Billboard, but just barely. Every song featured in this series peaked at number 40. Tom Petty made

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Top 40 Smash Taps: “I (Who Have Nothing)”

These posts are about the songs that can accurately claim to crossed the key line of chart success, becoming Top 40 hits on Billboard, but just barely. Every song featured in this series peaked at number 40. “I (Who Have

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