1980 Radio & Records All-Time Charts

Updated June 26, 2020 | Infoplease Staff

1980 Radio & Records All-Time Charts

Pop Adult

  1. “All Out of Love” Air Supply (Arista)
  2. “Lost in Love” Air Supply (Arista)
  3. “Magic” Olivia Newton-John (MCA)
  4. “Sailing” Christopher Cross (Warner Bros.)
  5. “The Rose” Bette Midler (Atlantic)
  6. “Women in Love” Barbra Streisand (Columbia)
  7. “Longer” Dan Fogelberg (Full Moon/Epic)
  8. “Little Jeannie” Elton John (MCA)
  9. “September Morn” Neil Diamond (Columbia)
  10. “Let Me Love You Tonight” Pure Prairie League (Casablanca)

Contemporary Hit Radio (CHR)/Pop

  1. Blondie
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    “Call Me” Blondie (Chrysalis)
  2. “It's Still Rock and Roll to Me” Billy Joel (Columbia)
  3. “Sailing” Christopher Cross (Warner Bros.)
  4. “Woman in Love” Barbra Streisand (Columbia)
  5. “Another Brick in the Wall” Pink Floyd (Columbia)
  6. “Biggest Part of Me” Ambrosia (Warner Bros.)
  7. “Magic” Olivia Newton-John (MCA)
  8. “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” Queen (Elektra)
  9. “Longer” Dan Fogelberg (Full Moon/Epic)
  10. “Ride Like the Wind” Christopher Cross (Warner Bros.)

AOR Albums

  1. Against the Wind Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band (Capitol)
  2. The Wall Pink Floyd (Columbia)
  3. Emotional Rescue Rolling Stones (Rolling Stones)
  4. Empty Glass Pete Townshend (Atco)
  5. Hold Out Jackson Browne (Asylum)
  6. Duke Genesis (Atlantic)
  7. The Game Queen (Elektra)
  8. Glass Houses Billy Joel (Columbia)
  9. Pretenders Pretenders (Sire)
  10. Crimes of Passion Pat Benatar (Chrysalis)


  1. “Drivin' My Life Away” Eddie Rabbitt (Elektra)
  2. “I Believe in You” Don Williams (MCA)
  3. “Lookin' for Love” Johnny Lee (Full Moon/Asylum)
  4. “Smoky Mountain Rain” Ronnie Milsap (RCA)
  5. “On the Road Again” Willie Nelson (Columbia)
  6. “He Stopped Loving Her Today” George Jones (Epic)
  7. “Don't Fall in Love With a Dreamer” Kenny Rogers with Kim Carnes (UA)
  8. “Stand by Me” Mickey Gilley (Full Moon/Asylum)
  9. “It's Like We Never Said Goodbye” Crystal Gayle (Columbia)
  10. “Coward of the County” Kenny Rogers (UA)

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