“You Keep Me Hangin' On” by Kim Wilde
(#10 last week) Kim's dad Marty was a U.K. recording star in the 50s & 60s, even charting once in the U.S. (using the name “Shannon”, with the cult song “Abergavenny”, in 1969). Kim herself first charted in the U.S. with “Kids In America” in the early 80s. This song made history itself: It became the first song in the rock era to make the top 10 in three different versions (Supremes, 1966; Vanilla Fudge, 1968). It happened again just a year later, with the third version of “The Loco-Motion” making the top 10.