Billboard #1s for the Week Ending April 26, 1986

This week’s Time Capsule!

Chart Title Act Weeks
Hot 100 Kiss Prince and the Revolution 2
R & B Kiss Prince and the Revolution 4
Country Now and Forever (You and Me) Anne Murray 1
Adult Contemporary Greatest Love of All Whitney Houston 1
Rock Stick Around Julian Lennon 1
Album 5150 Van Halen 1

EGDailySayItThis week sees a talented voice performer notch her only Hot 100 hit. Elizabeth Ann Guttman jumped on the mid-80s dance bandwagon, signing with A&M in 1985 as E.G. Daily. Her debut album, Wild Child, was produced by Madonna’s old friend “Jellybean” Benitez. The lead single, Say It Say It, was written by the singer with another Madonna collaborator, Stephen Bray. This week it entered the the Hot 100 at #95. Daily failed to make much of a pop impression, peaking for three weeks at #70 in a 10-week run. The song fared much better on the Dance charts, spending a week at #1 in mid-May.

Daily moved on to voice acting after this brief musical career, finding much greater success. She is the voice of the Rugrats‘ Tommy Pickles and Powerpuff Girl Buttercup, and has racked up an impressive number of other gigs on TV and in the movies.

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About Robert Hulshof-Schmidt
Freelance writer, researcher, online comic vendor, and project manager. Fan of a wide range of music -- especially folk and 80s pop -- vintage comics, British TV, and LGBT fiction.

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