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Thousands of people dream of having their own business and even more so be a successful entrepreneur. But what does it take to achieve success in the business industry?

One of the most successful entrepreneurs featured at the Forbes website, Wendy Lipton - Dibner said that "the success of your business would solely depend on you. The only thing you can rely on is your power to achieve your goal".
She shared her success story at the Forbes website and said that when she was young she learned a very important business objective from her high school activity and that is to go out, explore, come back and explain how money is made in business. This is an objective she never forgot until she made millions for herself.

When she was already very successful, she never stopped understanding business and how it really works. Profit is the number one goal in business and how you make it is a natural talent. Yes, there may be a lot of guidelines given and showed on television and the internet but only you know how you will make your sales to the top.

Try to ponder on these notes when thinking of a business:

1.) Passion. Business may be set on profit but the core of your business should be something you love. Passion counts a lot in businesses because it also builds your determination in achieving your goal.

2.) Impact. Business is a big and competitive world, what will matter is how you make a difference to your market. How your business will impact your market. The profit of your business will rely on the impact of your business. The mark it will leave to your customers will make it grow.

3.) Three Guidelines.

If you have noticed, the three guidelines below are very simple and natural.

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  1. Stop! In the Name of Love]]"{{sfn|Barron|2010|p=214}} || Passion |- |height=20|1991|| [[Pet Shop Boys]] || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[Where the Streets Have No Name (I Can't Take My Eyes off You)]]"<ref name="Price"/><ref>{{cite magazine|first= Ira |last= Robbins |title= Pet Shop Boys |magazine= Trouser Press |url= |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|title= The boys are back in town |url= |newspaper= [[The Scotsman]] |date= 22 December 2006 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || [[Parlophone]] / [[EMI]] |- |height=20|1991|| Quantize feat. Adrienne || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[Yesterday Once More (song)|Yesterday Once More]]"{{sfn|Barron|2010|p=214}} || Passion |- |height=20|1992|| Erasure || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[Take a Chance on Me#Erasure version|Take a Chance on Me]]"<ref>{{cite web|first= Nic |last= Oliver |url= |title= Erasure – Total Pop! The First 40 Hits |website= [[musicOMH]] |date= 23 February 2009 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|first= Darren |last= Lee |title= Erasure – Total Pop! Erasure's First 40 Hits |url= |work= The Quietus |date= 27 February 2009 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || [[Mute Records|Mute]] |- |height=20|1993|| [[Abigail (singer)|Abigail]] || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[Constant Craving]]"<ref name="Abigail">{{cite magazine|first= Larry |last= Flick |title= Brutally Honest Ngedéocello Says A Mouthful |page= 26 |date= 18 May 1996 |magazine= Billboard |url= |volume= 108 |issue= 20 |issn= 0006-2510}}</ref> || ZYX |- |height=20|1993|| Abigail || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[Losing My Religion]]"<ref>{{cite magazine|first= Kurt B. |last= Reighley |title= Percentages |quote= a version of R.E.M.'s "Losing My Religion" that infuses the soul that Abigail's 1992 Hi-NRG version lacked. |magazine= 10 Percent |publisher= Browning Grace Communications |issue= March–April 1995 |page= 104}}</ref> || ZYX |- |height=20|1993|| [[Cappella (Eurodance group)|Cappella]] || {{flagicon|ITA}} || "U Got 2 Know"<ref name="Cappella">{{cite web|first= John |last= Bush |url= |title= Cappella – U Got 2 Know |website= AllMusic |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || [[ZYX Music|ZYX]] |- |height=20|1993|| Cappella || {{flagicon|ITA}} || "[[U Got 2 Let the Music]]"<ref name="Cappella"/> || ZYX |- |height=20|1993|| [[Frankie Goes to Hollywood]] || {{flagicon|UK}} || [[Relax (song)#Re-issues|"Relax" (Jam & Spoon HI N-R-G Remix)]]{{sfn|Rees|Crampton|1999|p=386}} || [[ZTT Records|ZTT]] |- |height=20|1994|| Abigail || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[Smells Like Teen Spirit]]"<ref name="Abigail"/><ref>{{cite web|first= John |last= Bush |url= |title= Abigail – Smells Like Teen Spirit |website= AllMusic |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || ZYX |- |height=20|1994|| [[Blur (band)|Blur]] || {{flagicon|UK}} || [[Girls & Boys (Blur song)#Track listings|"Girls & Boys" (Pet Shop Boys 12" Remix)]]<ref>{{cite web|url= |first= Didz |last= Hammond |title= Blur – Parklife ('21' reissue) |work= [[Drowned in Sound]] |date= 31 July 2012 |accessdate= 2 April 2015}}</ref> || [[Food Records|Food]] / [[Parlophone]] |- |height=20|1994|| Cappella || {{flagicon|ITA}} || "[[Move on Baby]]"<ref name="Cappella"/> || ZYX |- |height=20|1994|| [[Fancy (singer)|Fancy]] || {{flagicon|GER}} || "Long Way to Paradise"<ref name="Fancy">{{cite web|first= Jason |last= Ankeny |url= |title= Fancy – The Hits 1984-1994 |website= AllMusic |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || [[Koch Entertainment|Koch International]] |- |height=20|1994|| Fancy || {{flagicon|GER}} || "Wait by the Radio"<ref name="Fancy"/> || Koch International |- |height=20|1994|| [[Nicki French]] || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[Total Eclipse of the Heart#Nicki French version|Total Eclipse of the Heart]]"<ref name="French">{{cite web|url= |first= Matt |last= Collar |title= Nicki French – Artist Biography |website= AllMusic |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|first= Barry |last= Walters |title= 999 Luftballons |url= |newspaper= The Village Voice |date= 7 January 2003 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || Bags of Fun / [[Mega Records|Mega]] |- |height=20|1995|| Nicki French || {{flagicon|UK}} || "Did You Ever Really Love Me"<ref>{{cite web|url= |first= John |last= Bush |title= Nicki French – Did You Ever Really Love Me |website= AllMusic |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || Love This |- |height=20|1995|| Nicki French || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[For All We Know (1970 song)|For All We Know]]"<ref name="French"/> || Bags of Fun |- |height=20|1995|| [[Charles Karel Bouley|Karel]] || {{flagicon|US}} || "[[Live to Tell]]"<ref>{{cite magazine|first= Larry |last= Flick |title= Single Reviews > Dance > Karel – Live To Tell |date= 5 August 1995 |page= 73 |url= |magazine= Billboard |volume= 107 |issue= 31 |issn= 0006-2510}}</ref> || Jellybean |- |height=20|1995|| [[Killer Bunnies (dance project)|Outta Control]] || {{flagicon|CAN}} || "Tonight It's Party Time"<ref>{{cite magazine|first= Larry |last= Flick |title= Single Reviews > Dance > Outta Control – Tonight It's Party Time |page= 65 |date= 8 July 1995 |url= |magazine= Billboard |volume= 107 |issue= 27 |issn= 0006-2510}}</ref> || Interhit |- |height=20|1996|| [[Gina G]] || {{flagicon|AUS}} || "[[Ooh Aah... Just a Little Bit]]"<ref>{{cite magazine|first= Larry |last= Flick |title= Reviews & Previews > New & Noteworthy > Gina G. – Ooh, Aah ... Just A Little Bit |url= |page= 62 |magazine= Billboard |volume= 108 |issue= 42 |date= 19 October 1996 |issn= 0006-2510}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|first= Paul |last= Clements |title= Eurovision: the best losers, from Gina G to Baccara |newspaper= [[The Daily Telegraph]] |date= 10 May 2014 |accessdate= 31 March 2015 |url=}}</ref> || [[Eternal Records|Eternal]] |- |height=20|1996|| [[Johnna Lee Cummings|Johnna]] || {{flagicon|US}} || "Do What You Feel"<ref>{{cite magazine|first= Larry |last= Flick |title= Three Nervous Records; Nuyorican Soul Seepage |url= |page= 22 |magazine= Billboard |volume= 108 |issue= 2 |date= 13 January 1996 |issn= 0006-2510}}</ref> || [[Pete Waterman Entertainment|PWL International]] |- |height=20|1997|| [[Miquel Brown]] || {{flagicon|CAN}} || "[[It's a Sin]]"{{sfn|Arena|2013|p=74}} || [[Infinity Records|Infinity]] |- |height=20|1997|| Cappella || {{flagicon|ITA}} || "Be My Baby"<ref>{{cite magazine|first= Larry |last= Flick |title= Burrus Branches Out With Hot Single, Set On The Way |url= |page= 31 |magazine= Billboard |volume= 109 |issue= 38 |date= 20 September 1997 |issn= 0006-2510}}</ref> || ZYX |- |height=20|1997|| [[France Joli]] || {{flagicon|CAN}} || "Breakaway"<ref>{{cite magazine|first= Larry |last= Flick |page= 90 |title= Reviews & Previews > Pop > France Joli – Breakaway |url= |magazine= Billboard |volume= 109 |issue= 40 |date= 4 October 1997 |issn= 0006-2510}}</ref> || Jellybean |- |height=20|1997|| Karel || {{flagicon|US}} || "I Am"<ref>{{cite magazine|first= Larry |last= Flick |page= 35 |title= Mary J. Blige Shares Her Soulful, Praiseworthy World |url= |magazine= Billboard |volume= 109 |issue= 17 |date= 26 April 1997 |issn= 0006-2510}}</ref> || Jellybean |- |height=20|1997|| Pet Shop Boys || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[Somewhere (song)#Pet Shop Boys version|Somewhere]]"<ref>{{cite news|first= Will |last= Dean |url= |title= Music review: Pet Shop Boys bring cornucopia of hits to London's O2 Arena |newspaper= The Independent |date= 19 June 2013 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || [[Parlophone]
    • Year||Artist||Origin||Song||Label |- |height=20|1985|| [[Bronski Beat]] || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[Hit That Perfect Beat]]"<ref name="TP"/><ref>{{cite web|first= Dan |last= LeRoy |title= Bronski Beat – Truthdare Doubledare |url= |website= AllMusic |accessdate= 25 October 2013}}</ref><ref>{{cite magazine|title= Reviews > Dance > Picks > Bronski Beat – Hit That Perfect Beat |date= 22 February 1986 |page= 71 |volume= 98 |issue= 8 |url= |magazine= Billboard |issn= 0006-2510}}</ref> || London |- |height=20|1985|| Bronski Beat || {{flagicon|UK}} || "Run From Love" / "Hard Rain"<ref>{{cite magazine|first= Brian |last= Chin |title= Dance Trax |date= 16 November 1985 |page= 55 |volume= 97 |issue= 46 |url= |magazine= Billboard |issn= 0006-2510}}</ref> || London |- |height=20|1985|| Bronski Beat and [[Marc Almond]] || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[I Feel Love]]"{{sfn|Rees|Crampton|1999|p=924}} || London |- |height=20|1985|| [[Divine (performer)|Divine]] || {{flagicon|US}} || "[[Walk Like a Man (The Four Seasons song)#Divine cover|Walk Like a Man]]"<ref>{{cite magazine|url= |first= Chuck |last= Eddy |authorlink= Chuck Eddy |title= The 25 Best "Bad" Cover Songs – 9. Divine "Walk Like A Man" (1985) |magazine= [[Complex (magazine)|Complex]] |date= 15 January 2012 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || Proto |- |height=20|1985|| [[Madleen Kane]] || {{flagicon|SWE}} || "I'm No Angel"{{sfn|Arena|2013|p=121}} || [[TSR Records|TSR]] |- |height=20|1985|| Madleen Kane || {{flagicon|SWE}} || "On Fire"{{sfn|Arena|2013|p=121}} || TSR |- |height=20|1985|| Lime || {{flagicon|CAN}} || "Unexpected Lovers"<ref name="Cotler">{{cite magazine|url= |first= Amit |last= Cotler |title= Offer Nissim |magazine= [[Electronic Musician]] |date= 1 July 2007 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || Mantra |- |height=20|1985|| [[Barbara Pennington]] || {{flagicon|US}} || "Vertigo"<ref>{{cite web|url= |first= Justin |last= Kantor |title= Barbara Pennington – Out of the Darkest Night |website= AllMusic |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || Record Shack |- |height=20|1985|| [[People Like Us (band)|People Like Us]] || {{flagicon|SAF}} || "Reincarnation (Coming Back For Love)"<ref name="B&S">{{cite magazine|title= People Like Us: Passion – PASH 12 46 – Reincarnation (Coming Back For Love) |year= 1985 |magazine= [[Blues & Soul]] |issue= 438 |quote= This band originally hails from Africa so it's a bit of a surprise to find them performing a commercial slice of Hi-NRG which, compared to other tracks of this ilk, currently doing the rounds, lacks the necessary sparkle. |page= 13}}</ref> || Passion (UK) |- |height=20|1985|| [[Sinitta]] || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[So Macho]]"<ref>{{cite news|url= |title= Let he who is without Sinitta! |newspaper= [[Western Mail (Wales)|Western Mail]] |date= 29 October 2006 |accessdate= 31 March 2014}}</ref> || Fanfare (UK) |- |height=20|1985|| [[Suzy Q (group)|Suzy Q]] || {{flagicon|CAN}} || "Computer Music"{{sfn|Hawkins|1997}} || J.C. |- |height=20|1985|| [[Taffy (singer)|Taffy]] || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[I Love My Radio]]"<ref>{{cite book|title= Seduced and Abandoned: Essays on Gay Men and Popular Music |first= Richard |last= Smith |location= London and New York |publisher= [[Cassell (publisher)|Cassell]] |year= 1995 |page= 166 |isbn= 0-3043-3343-3}}</ref> || Ibiza (Italy) / Transglobal (UK) |- |height=20|1985|| [[Village People]] || {{flagicon|US}} || "[[Sex Over the Phone (song)|Sex Over the Phone]]"<ref>{{cite book|title= The Biographical Dictionary of Popular Music |first= Dylan |last= Jones |authorlink= Dylan Jones |publisher= Bedford Square Books |chapter= The Village People |year= 2012 |chapterurl= |isbn= 978-1-90912-200-0}}</ref><ref>{{cite magazine|first= Barry |last= Walters |date= 30 March 1999 |title= People who love People |page= 90 |url= |magazine= The Advocate |publisher= Here Publishing |issn= 0001-8996}}</ref> || Casablanca |- |height=20|1985|| [[Betty Wright]] || {{flagicon|US}} || "Sinderella"<ref>{{cite magazine|title= Reviews > Dance/Disco > Recommended > Betty Wright – Sinderella |url= |page= 67 |magazine= Billboard |volume= 97 |issue= 8 |date= 23 February 1985 |issn= 0006-2510}}</ref> || Jamaica |- |height=20|1986|| [[Bananarama]] || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[Venus (Bananarama song)|Venus]]"<ref name="SAW"/><ref>{{cite web|first= Alex |last= Henderson |url= |title= Stock, Aitken & Waterman – Artist Biography |website= AllMusic |quote= It was in 1986 that Stock, Aitken & Waterman produced Bananarama's smash Hi-NRG remake of Shocking Blue's "Venus." |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url= |title= Bananarama: Pop In The First Degree |work= M Magazine |date= 4 November 2013 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || London |- |height=20|1986|| [[Claudja Barry]] || {{flagicon|CAN}} || "[[Down and Counting]]"<ref name="Barry">{{cite web|url= |first= Alex |last= Henderson |title= Claudja Barry – I, Claudja |website= AllMusic |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || Epic |- |height=20|1986|| [[The Communards]] || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[Don't Leave Me This Way#The Communards version|Don't Leave Me This Way]]"<ref name="TP">{{cite magazine|first= Ira |last= Robbins |first2= Terry |last2= Rompers |title= Bronski Beat |magazine= [[Trouser Press]] |accessdate= 25 October 2013 |url=}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title= Series: 1000 songs everyone must hear – Part two: Heartbreak |work= [[The Observer]]. [[The Guardian]] |quote= The Communards’ hi-NRG version makes it clear that the song is as concerned with sexual satisfaction as it is with romance; perhaps more so. |accessdate= 25 October 2013 |url=}}</ref><ref>{{cite magazine|title= Reviews > Dance > Picks > Communards – Don't Leave Me This Way |url= |page= 73 |magazine= Billboard |volume= 98 |issue= 38 |date= 20 September 1986 |issn= 0006-2510}}</ref> || London |- |height=20|1986|| Dead or Alive || {{flagicon|UK}} || "Something In My House"<ref>{{cite web|url= |first= John |last= Hamilton |title= Halloween Playlist: 12 Spooky Songs To Frighten Your Night |website= [[Idolator (website)|Idolator]] |date= 25 October 2012 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || Epic |- |height=20|1986|| [[Man 2 Man]] and [[Man Parrish]] || {{flagicon|US}} || "Male Stripper"<ref>{{cite news|first= John |last= Moore |title= How I nearly made a gay disco anthem |url= |newspaper= The Guardian |date= 20 November 2008 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || Bolts |- |height=20|1986|| [[Stacey Q]] || {{flagicon|US}} || "[[Two of Hearts (song)|Two of Hearts]]"<ref>{{cite web|title= 100 Greatest Dance Songs |url= |website= Slant Magazine |archiveurl= |date= 30 January 2006 |archivedate= 27 February 2014}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url= |author= Maura |title= Annie Plays Her Trump Card |website= Idolator |date= 2 October 2008 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || Atlantic |- |height=20|1986|| [[Evelyn Thomas]] || {{flagicon|US}} || "How Many Hearts"<ref>{{cite magazine|first= Brian |last= Chin |title= Dance Trax |url= |page= 45 |magazine= Billboard |volume= 98 |issue= 34 |date= 23 August 1986 |issn= 0006-2510}}</ref> || Record Shack |- |height=20|1986|| [[Kim Wilde]] || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[You Keep Me Hangin' On#Kim Wilde version|You Keep Me Hangin' On]]"<ref>{{cite web|url= |first= Stewart |last= Mason |title= Kim Wilde – Another Step |website= AllMusic |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|url= |title= I Survived The '80s |magazine= The Music |date= 18 May 2013 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|url= |first= Graeme |last= Watson |title= Kim Wilde Talks Pop, Parenthood and PVC |newspaper= [[OutInPerth]] |date= 12 September 2013 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || MCA |- |height=20|1987|| Bona-Riah || {{flagicon|US}} || "[[The House of the Rising Sun|House of the Rising Sun]]"{{sfn|Barron|2010|p=214}} || [[Rise Records|Rise]] |- |height=20|1987|| The Communards || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[Never Can Say Goodbye#The Communards version|Never Can Say Goodbye]]"{{sfn|Betts|2014|loc="Never Can Say Goodbye – The Jackson 5 [Single]"}} || London |- |height=20|1987|| [[Paul Lekakis]] || {{flagicon|US}} || "[[Boom Boom (Let's Go Back to My Room)]]"<ref>{{cite web|first= Chuck |last= Eddy |authorlink= Chuck Eddy |url= |title= Hits You Never Heard Of, Part 6 |publisher= [[Rhapsody (online music service)|Rhapsody]] |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|url= |first= Graeme |last= Watson |title= Paul Lekakis 25 Years Since 'Boom Boom' |newspaper= OutInPerth |date= 5 June 2012 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || [[ZYX Music|ZYX]] / [[Polydor Records|Polydor]] |- |height=20|1987|| [[Baccara|New Baccara]] || {{flagicon|SPA}} || "Call Me Up"<ref name="Baccara">{{cite web|first= Amy |last= Hanson |title= Baccara – Artist Biography |url= |website= AllMusic |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || Bellaphon |- |height=20|1987|| [[Pet Shop Boys]] || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[Always on My Mind#Pet Shop Boys version|Always on My Mind]]"<ref name="Price">{{cite news|first= Simon |last= Price |url= |title= Pet Shop Boys, Tower Of London, London / Pharrell Williams, Hyde Park, London |newspaper= The Independent |date= 2 July 2006 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || [[Parlophone]] |- |height=20|1987|| Taffy || {{flagicon|UK}} || "Step by Step"{{sfn|McAleer|1990|p=176}} || Transglobal |- |height=20|1987|| [[Kylie Minogue]] || {{flagicon|AUS}} || "[[I Should Be So Lucky]]"<ref>{{cite news|first= Dennis |last= Lim |title= Your Disco Needs Her |url= |newspaper= The Village Voice |date= 26 February 2002 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || [[Pete Waterman Entertainment|PWL]] |- |height=20|1988|| [[Erasure]] || {{flagicon|UK}} || "Knocking on Your Door"<ref name="Erasure">{{cite magazine|first= Ira |last= Robbins |first2= Troy J. |last2= Augusto |title= Erasure |magazine= Trouser Press |url= |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref><ref name="Ruhlmann">{{cite web|url= |first= William |last= Ruhlmann |title= Erasure – Crackers International |website= AllMusic |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || [[Mute Records|Mute]] / [[Sire Records|Sire]] |- |height=20|1988|| Erasure || {{flagicon|UK}} || "Stop!"<ref name="Erasure"/><ref name="Ruhlmann"/> || Mute / Sire |- |height=20|1988|| Kylie Minogue || {{flagicon|AUS}} || "[[The Loco-Motion#Kylie Minogue version|The Loco-Motion]]"<ref>{{cite magazine|first= Diego |last= Martínez |url= |title= Kylie: 25 Years On |magazine= The WILD Magazine |date= 26 January 2012 |accessdate= 31 March 2015 |url-status= dead |archiveurl= |archivedate= 4 April 2015}}</ref> || PWL |- |height=20|1988|| New Baccara || {{flagicon|SPA}} || "Fantasy Boy"<ref name="Baccara"/> || Bellaphon |- |height=20|1988|| Quantize || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine (Anymore)|The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore]]"{{sfn|Barron|2010|p=214}} || Passion |- |height=20|1989|| Boy || {{flagicon|ITA}} || "[[Broken Wings (Mr. Mister song)|Broken Wings]]"{{sfn|Barron|2010|p=214}} || Flea |- |height=20|1989|| [[Eartha Kitt]] and Bronski Beat || {{flagicon|US}}<br>{{flagicon|UK}} || "Cha Cha Heels"<ref>{{cite news|first= Rosie |last= Swash |title= Eartha Kitt's finest moments on YouTube |url= |newspaper= The Guardian |date= 26 December 2008 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || [[Arista Records|Arista]] |- |height=20|1989|| New Baccara || {{flagicon|SPA}} || "Touch Me"<ref name="Baccara"/> || Bellaphon |- |height=20|1989|| Quantize || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'|You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling]]"{{sfn|Barron|2010|p=214}} || Passion |- |height=20|1989|| Donna Summer || {{flagicon|US}} || "[[I Don't Wanna Get Hurt]]"<ref name="Summer">{{cite web|first= Alex |last= Henderson |url= |title= Donna Summer – Another Place and Time |website= AllMusic |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || Warner Bros. |- |height=20|1989|| Donna Summer || {{flagicon|US}} || "[[This Time I Know It's for Real]]"<ref name="Summer"/><ref>{{cite magazine|title= Dim All the Lights for Donna Summer |url= |first= Rob |last= Sheffield |magazine= [[Rolling Stone]] |date= 17 May 2012 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref><ref name="Soto">{{cite magazine|title= Donna Summer: Extraordinary girl |first= Alfred |last= Soto |date= 18 May 2012 |url= |magazine= Resident Advisor |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || Warner Bros. |- |height=20|1989|| Donna Summer || {{flagicon|US}} || "Whatever Your Heart Desires"<ref name="Summer"/> || Atlantic / PW
      • !Year||Artist||Origin||Song||Label |- |height=20|1980|| [[Donna Summer]] || {{flagicon|US}} || "[[Sunset People]]"{{sfn|Echols|2010|p=116}} || [[Casablanca Records|Casablanca]] |- |height=20|1981|| [[Boys Town Gang]] || {{flagicon|US}} || "[[Remember Me (Diana Ross song)|Remember Me]] / [[Ain't No Mountain High Enough]]"{{sfn|Betts|2014|loc="Ain't No Mountain High Enough – Diana Ross [Single]"}} || [[Moby Dick Records|Moby Dick]] |- |height=20|1981|| [[Patrick Cowley]] || {{flagicon|US}} || "Get a Little"<ref>{{cite magazine|first= Chris |last= Duncan |title= DJ Chart: Hushpuppy |url= |magazine= [[The Skinny (magazine)|The Skinny]] |date= 27 May 2009 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || [[Megatone Records|Megatone]] |- |height=20|1981|| Patrick Cowley || {{flagicon|US}} || "[[Megatron Man]]"<ref name="Cowley">{{cite magazine|author= Marke B |title= Money Shots – Five Things You Need to Know about Gay Electronic Wizard Patrick Cowley |url= |magazine= [[XLR8R]] |date= 22 October 2013 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || Megatone |- |height=20|1981|| Patrick Cowley || {{flagicon|US}} || "[[Menergy (song)|Menergy]]"<ref name="SFW"/><ref name="Cowley"/><ref name="Vibe">{{cite magazine|first= Larry |last= Flick |title= Sylvester |url= |date= December 1998 – January 1999 |magazine= [[Vibe (magazine)|Vibe]] |volume= 6 |issue= 7 |page= 208 |issn= 1070-4701}}</ref><ref name="RC">{{cite magazine|first= Kris |last= Needs |url= |title= Patrick Cowley & Jorge Socarras – Catholic |issue= 368 |magazine= [[Record Collector]] |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || [[Fusion Records|Fusion]] |- |height=20|1981|| [[Carol Jiani]] || {{flagicon|NGA}} || "Hit 'N Run Lover"{{sfn|Hawkins|1997}}<ref>{{cite web|first= Jason |last= Birchmeier |url= |title= Carol Jiani – Artist Biography |website= [[AllMusic]] |accessdate= 31 March 2014}}</ref> || Matra |- |height=20|1982|| [[Claudja Barry]] || {{flagicon|CAN}} || "Work Me Over"<ref name="Body">{{cite web|url= |first= Alex |last= Henderson |title= Various Artists – Music for a Hot Body, Vol. 1 |website= AllMusic |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || Jupiter |- |height=20|1982|| Patrick Cowley || {{flagicon|US}} || "Goin' Home"<ref name="RC"/> || Megatone |- |height=20|1982|| [[Divine (performer)|Divine]] || {{flagicon|US}} || "[[Native Love (Step By Step)]]"<ref>{{cite news|first= Barry |last= Walters |title= Enter Planet Love |url= |newspaper= [[The Village Voice]] |date= 6 July 1999 |quote= Divine's "Native Love," a rowdy hi-NRG anthem previously pillaged by Nitzer Ebb, the Prodigy, even New Order. |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref><ref name="Divine">{{cite magazine|url= |first= Paul |last= Burston |title= London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival |magazine= [[Time Out (magazine)|Time Out]] |year= 2013 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || "O" |- |height=20|1982|| [[The Flirts]] || {{flagicon|US}} || "Passion"<ref name="Slant">{{cite web|title= 100 Greatest Dance Songs |date= 30 January 2006 |url= |work= [[Slant Magazine]] |accessdate= 25 October 2013}}</ref> || "O" |- |height=20|1982|| [[Roni Griffith]] || {{flagicon|US}} || "Spys"<ref>{{cite magazine|title= Optimo – Fabric 52 |first= Stephane |last= Girard |date= May 2010 |url= |magazine= [[Resident Advisor]] |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref><ref>{{cite magazine|url= |first= Bruce |last= Tantum |title= Fabric 52: Optimo |magazine= Time Out |date= 14 June 2010 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || Vanguard |- |height=20|1982|| Lime || {{flagicon|CAN}} || "Babe, We're Gonna Love Tonight"<ref>{{cite web|title= 100 Greatest Dance Songs |date= 30 January 2006 |url= |work= Slant Magazine |accessdate= 25 October 2013}}</ref> || Mantra |- |height=20|1982|| [[Paul Parker (singer)|Paul Parker]] || {{flagicon|US}} || "[[Right on Target]]"<ref name="SFW"/><ref name="Cowley"/> || Megatone |- |height=20|1982|| [[Q-Feel]] || {{flagicon|UK}} || "Dancing in Heaven (Orbital Be-Bop)"<ref>{{cite web|first= Annie |last= Zaleski |title= The 12 best '80s high school movie jams |url= |work= [[Salon (website)|Salon]] |date= 16 August 2014 |accessdate= 1 April 2015}}</ref> || [[Jive Records|Jive]] |- |height=20|1982|| [[Donna Summer]] || {{flagicon|US}} || [[I Feel Love#Patrick Cowley remix|"I Feel Love" (Patrick Cowley Remix)]]<ref name="Catholic">{{cite magazine|first= William |last= Rauscher |url= |title= Patrick Cowley & Jorge Socarras – Catholic |magazine= Resident Advisor |date= October 2009 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || Casablanca |- |height=20|1982|| [[Sylvester (singer)|Sylvester]] || {{flagicon|US}} || "[[Do Ya Wanna Funk]]"<ref name="SFW"/><ref name="Cowley"/><ref name="Vibe"/><ref>{{cite web|title= 100 Greatest Dance Songs |date= 30 January 2006 |url= |work= Slant Magazine |accessdate= 25 October 2013}}</ref><ref>{{cite magazine|first= Sharon |last= Davis |title= Sylvester: Disco Diva |url= |magazine= [[Blues & Soul]] |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || Megatone |- |height=20|1982|| [[The Weather Girls]] || {{flagicon|US}} || "[[It's Raining Men]]"{{sfn|Brewster|Broughton|1999|p=200}}<ref name="Rhodes">{{cite news|first= Pierre |last= Perrone |url= |title= Izora Rhodes-Armstead |newspaper= [[The Independent]] |date= 27 September 2004 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|first= Ben |last= Sisario |url= |title= Izora Armstead, a Singer in the Weather Girls Duo, Dies |newspaper= [[The New York Times]] |date= 28 September 2004 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || [[CBS Records International|CBS]] (UK) |- |height=20|1982|| Viola Wills || {{flagicon|US}} || "[[Stormy Weather (song)|Stormy Weather]]"{{sfn|Arena|2013|p=37}}{{sfn|Jones|Kantonen|2000|p=239}} || Sunergy |- |height=20|1983|| [[Claudja Barry]] || {{flagicon|CAN}} || "[[For Your Love]]"<ref>{{cite web|url= |first= Alex |last= Henderson |title= Claudja Barry – No La De Da, Part 2 |website= AllMusic |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || Personal |- |height=20|1983|| Miquel Brown || {{flagicon|CAN}} || "So Many Men, So Little Time"<ref name="Body"/><ref name="Levine"/>{{sfn|Arena|2013|p=72}}<ref name="DJ">{{cite web|first= Bill |last= Brewster |authorlink= Bill Brewster (DJ) |title= Gay Pop |website= |url= |url-status= dead |archiveurl= |archivedate= 5 May 2004}}</ref> || Record Shack |- |height=20|1983|| [[Dead or Alive (band)|Dead or Alive]] || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[Misty Circles]]" (Dance Mix)<ref>{{cite web|title= Angst Music For Sex People: Celebrate 10 Years Of Cosey Club |work= [[The Quietus]] |url= |date= 13 December 2012 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || [[Epic Records|Epic]] |- |height=20|1983|| [[Hazell Dean]] || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[Searchin' (I Gotta Find a Man)]]"<ref name="Body"/><ref name="Rhodes"/>{{sfn|Arena|2013|p=14}} || Proto |- |height=20|1983|| Divine || {{flagicon|US}} || "[[Shoot Your Shot]]"{{sfn|Shaw-Miller|1993|p=117}} || "O" |- |height=20|1983|| [[Frankie Goes to Hollywood]] || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[Relax (song)|Relax]]"<ref>{{cite magazine|title= 100 Best Singles of 1984: Pop's Greatest Year > 30 – Frankie Goes to Hollywood, "Relax" |url= |first= Nick |last= Murray |magazine= [[Rolling Stone]] |date= 17 September 2014 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref><ref>{{cite book|title= [[Rip It Up and Start Again|Rip It Up and Start Again: Postpunk 1978–1984]] |first= Simon |last= Reynolds |authorlink= Simon Reynolds |quote= 'Relax' tapped into Hi-NRG's remorseless, metronomic precision and orgiastic vibe — the spasming drum roll at the end of the single feels like an amyl nitrite rush. |publisher= [[Faber and Faber|Faber & Faber]] |location= New York |year= 2009 |page= 504 |isbn= 0-571-21570-X}}</ref> || [[ZTT Records|ZTT]] |- |height=20|1983|| [[New Order (band)|New Order]] || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[Blue Monday (New Order song)|Blue Monday]]"{{sfn|Reynolds|2011|p=265}} || [[Factory Records|Factory]] |- |height=20|1983|| [[William Onyeabor]] || {{flagicon|NGA}} || "Good Name"<ref>{{cite magazine|first= Callum |last= McLean |title= Release Review: "Who is William Onyeabor?" – William Onyeabor, Reissue, Out Now |url= |date= 18 November 2013 |magazine= [[ZYX (magazine)|ZYX]] |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || Wilfilms |- |height=20|1983|| Sylvester || {{flagicon|US}} || "Don't Stop"<ref name="Cowley"/><ref>{{cite magazine|first= Larry |last= Flick |title= World Wide Message Tribe Spreads 'Rhythm'n'Ministry' |url= |page= 24 |magazine= Billboard |volume= 108 |issue= 10 |date= 9 March 1996 |issn= 0006-2510}}</ref> || Megatone |- |height=20|1984|| Agents Aren't Aeroplanes || {{flagicon|UK}} || "The Upstroke"<ref name="SAW">{{cite web|first= Stephen |last= O'Brien |title= A Brief History of Stock Aitken Waterman |url= |url-status= dead |website= |archiveurl= |archivedate= 21 May 2014}}</ref> || Proto (UK) |- |height=20|1984|| [[Bronski Beat]] || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[Smalltown Boy]]"<ref name="BW"/> || [[London Records|London]] |- |height=20|1984|| Bronski Beat || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[Why? (Bronski Beat song)|Why?]]"<ref name="BW">{{cite magazine|first= Barry |last= Walters |date= 20 June 2000 |title= His beat goes on |page= 115 |url= |magazine= [[The Advocate (LGBT magazine)|The Advocate]] |quote= As Bronski Beat's falsetto leader, Somerville made gay politics a hot pop topic with such hi-NRG dance floor staples as "Why?" and "Smalltown Boy" |issn= 0001-8996}}</ref>{{sfn|Strong|2002|p=242}}<ref>{{cite web|first= Eric |last= Olsen |url= |title= Bronski Beat: The Age of Consent |website= [[Blogcritics]] |date= 15 August 2003 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || London |- |height=20|1984|| Dead or Alive || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)]]"{{sfn|Barron|2010|p=214}}{{sfn|Reynolds|2011|p=416}}{{sfn|Andrews|Isaac|Nichols|2011|p=39}}<ref>{{cite web|url= |first= Jason |last= Ankeny |title= Dead or Alive – Artist Biography |website= AllMusic |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || Epic |- |height=20|1984|| Hazell Dean || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[Whatever I Do (Wherever I Go)]]"<ref name="SAW"/> || Proto (UK) |-|height=20|1984|| [[Animotion]] || {{flagicon|US}} || "[[Obsession (Animotion song)|Obsession]]" || Mercury |- |height=20|1984|| Divine || {{flagicon|US}} || "[[You Think You're a Man]]"<ref name="Divine"/><ref name="Rhodes"/>{{sfn|Shaw-Miller|1993|p=117}}<ref name="SAW"/><ref>{{cite magazine|url= |first= Aimee |last= Knight |title= You Think You're a Man: Why Drag Rocks |magazine= [[Rip It Up (magazine)|Rip It Up]] |date= 12 May 2014 |accessdate= 31 March 2015 |url-status= dead |archiveurl= |archivedate= 2 April 2015}}</ref> || Proto |- |height=20|1984|| [[Fancy (singer)|Fancy]] || {{flagicon|GER}} || "Get Lost Tonight"<ref>{{cite magazine|title= Reviews > Dance/Disco > Picks > Fancy – Check It Out |url= |page= 67 |magazine= Billboard |volume= 97 |issue= 25 |date= 22 June 1985 |issn= 0006-2510}}</ref> || [[Metronome Records|Metronome]] |- |height=20|1984|| Fancy || {{flagicon|GER}} || "Slice Me Nice"<ref>{{cite magazine|url= |first= Thomas |last= Rees |title= Sugar & Gold "Slice Me Nice" |magazine= XLR8R |date= 15 September 2009 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || Metronome |- |height=20|1984|| The Flirts || {{flagicon|US}} || "Helpless (You Took My Love)"<ref>{{cite magazine|title= Reviews > Dance/Disco > Picks > Flirts – Dancin' Madly Backwards |url= |page= 67 |magazine= Billboard |volume= 97 |issue= 20 |date= 18 May 1985 |issn= 0006-2510}}</ref> || Telefon |- |height=20|1984|| Frankie Goes to Hollywood || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[Two Tribes]]"<ref>{{cite magazine|first= Paul |last= Lester |authorlink= Paul Lester |title= Revolutions per minute – The Power of Love |magazine= [[Uncut (magazine)|Uncut]] |url= |publisher= [[ZTT Records|ZTT]] |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || ZTT |- |height=20|1984|| [[Fun Fun]] || {{flagicon|ITA}} || "Colour My Love"<ref name="Body"/> || X-Energy |- |height=20|1984|| [[Fun Fun]] || {{flagicon|ITA}} || "Give Me Your Love"<ref>{{cite magazine|title= Reviews > Dance/Disco > Picks > Fun Fun – Give Me Your Love |url= |page= 75 |magazine= Billboard |volume= 97 |issue= 21 |date= 25 May 1985 |issn= 0006-2510}}</ref> || X-Energy |- |height=20|1984|| [[Sylvester (singer)|Sylvester]] || {{flagicon|US}} || "Rock the Box"<ref name="Vibe"/> || Megatone |- |height=20|1984|| [[Evelyn Thomas]] || {{flagicon|US}} || "[[High Energy (Evelyn Thomas song)|High Energy]]"{{sfn|Hawkins|1997}}<ref name="Rhodes"/><ref name="Levine"/>{{sfn|Arena|2013|p=72}}<ref name="DJ"/>{{sfn|Jones|Kantonen|2000|p=173}} || Record Shack (UK) |- |height=20|1984|| [[Kim Wilde]] || {{flagicon|UK}} || "[[The Second Time]]"<ref>{{cite web|url= |title= Pop Profile: Kim Wilde |work= M Magazine |date= 10 September 2013 |accessdate= 31 March 2015}}</ref> || [[MCA Records|MCA]] |}

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