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August 1984: Ray Parker Jr. Tops the Charts with "Ghostbusters"

If you ever have to dial up Ray Parker Jr., you better hope he doesn't answer.

According to an interview with New York Post, anyone who gets directed to the soul and funk musician's voice mail gets a remixed version of his smash hit "Ghostbusters," complete with edited lyrics, "Who is this/Calling on my phone? Who can it be?...Who you tryna call?"

August 1985: Bryan Adams Tops the Charts with 'Reckless'

There was a time between 1984 and 1985 when Bryan Adams ruled the airwaves of the music world. Released in the summer of '84, Adams' chart-topping, fourth studio album, Reckless, launched the Canadian singer-songwriter into the stratosphere with its quintuple-platinum status and four hit singles.

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