Almost a year before Sinéad O'Connor's mega-hit "Nothing Compares 2 U", The Jacksons bubbled under with this, similarly-titled ditty. Again, this one charted better on the Australian Music Report chart, where it peaked at number 89. The Jacksons last scored a (number 32) hit down under with "Torture", in 1984. This would turn out to be the last charting single in Australia for the group. Parent album 2300 Jackson Street peaked at number 99 on the ARIA Albums Chart in July 1989.
Next week (26 June): Five new entries, including the return of two groups we haven't seen on the chart since 1987, and the first charting song (that I am aware of) to sample the I Dream of Jeannie theme. Plus, there is another bubbling WAY down under entry. You can also follow my posts on facebook.
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