This Week at Billboard Chart History: In 1987, Michael Jackson Returned into the Top of Those Hot 100

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Plus, recalling feats by Adele, Katy Perry & Color Me Badd.

Your weekly recap observing substantial milestones from over seven years Billboard graph history.

Sept. 17, 2011
Adele's"Someone Like You" became the very first piano-and-vocals just No. 1 at the Billboard Hot 100's background.

Sept. 18, 2010
Katy Perry took the title cut from her record Teenage Dream to top the Billboard Hot 100. It's only five No. 1s in the group, the sole album by a female to give a quintet leaders. The just other LP to create five Hot 100 No. 1s: Michael Jackson's Bad at 1987-88. Speaking …-LRB-********)

Sept. 19, 1987
Michael Jackson's Bad created its initial five Billboard Hot 100 No. 1s: lead single "I Just Can't Stop Loving You," with Siedah Garrett.

Sept. 20, 1969
A animation song topped the Billboard Hot 100: The Archies'"Sugar, Sugar." Of class, there was real talent behind the scenes: Andy Kim co-wrote the tune. He'd proceed to high the Hot 100 at 1974 with"Rock Me Gently."

Sept. 21, 1991
After that the oh-so-direct"that I Wanna Sex You Up" attained No. 2 around the Billboard Hot 100 at June 1991, Color Me Badd reigned together with the traditionally romantic"that I Adore Mi Amor."

Sept. 22, 1984
John Waite's "Missing You" made its way to No. 1 to the Billboard Hot 100. Waite, that broke through at the '-LRB-***************************)s as a part the group The Babys, could direct the Hot 100 again in 1989 as another team: singing direct to Bad English's"When that I See You Smile."

Sept. 23, 1989
Over annually prior to being exposed for not singing its own strikes, Milli Vanilli scored its next three Billboard Hot 100 No. 1s: ballad"Girl # & I 039;m Gonna Miss You." The duo first suppressed with"Baby Don't Forget My Number" and followed"Miss" using its third and last chief,"Blame It on the Rain." Also on Sept. 23, 1989, parent record Girl You Know It's True crowned the Billboard 200 at final in its own 27per week, because of the first seven weeks in No. 1.