Guns N' Roses to Tiffany: No.1 Songs From 1988

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We'll breakdown 1988, but you can relive all the Hot 100's number one hits year by year:

Our archive of 1988 No. 1 hits has it all: reggae from Bobby McFerrin with "Don't Worry, Be Happy," classic rock via Guns N' Roses' "Sweet Child O' Mine," teen pop from Tiffany's "Could've Been," and even Latin vibes courtesy of Gloria Estefan's "Anything For You."

Michael Jackson snagged No. 1 with the iconic "Man In the Mirror," and let's not forget that 1988 was also the year George Harrison emerged from a five-year hiatus with "Got My Mind Set On You."

Check out the full list of tracks that cinched the top spot on Billboard's Hot 100 in 1988, below.

George Michael, "Faith"

Whitney Houston, "So Emotional"

George Harrison, "Got My Mind Set On You"

Michael Jackson, "The Way You Make Me Feel"

INXS, "Need You Tonight"

Tiffany, "Could've Been"

Exposé, "Seasons Change"

George Michael, "Father Figure"

Rick Astley, "Never Gonna Give You Up"

Michael Jackson, "Man In The Mirror"

Billy Ocean, "Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car"

Whitney Houston, "Where Do Broken Hearts Go"

Terence Trent D Arby, "Wishing Well"

Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine, "Anything For You"

George Michael, "One More Try"

Rick Astley, "Together Forever"

Debbie Gibson, "Foolish Beat"

Michael Jackson, "Dirty Diana"

Cheap Trick, "The Flame"

Richard Marx, "Hold On To The Nights"

Steve Winwood, "Roll With It"

George Michael, "Monkey"

Guns N' Roses, "Sweet Child O' Mine"

Bobby McFerrin, "Don't Worry, Be Happy (From 'Cocktail')"

Def Leppard, "Love Bites"

UB40, "Red Red Wine"

Phil Collins, "Groovy Kind Of Love"

The Beach Boys, "Kokomo (From the 'Cocktail' Soundtrack)"

The Escape Club, "Wild, Wild West"

Bon Jovi, "Bad Medicine"

Will To Power, "Baby, I Love Your Way/Freebird Medley"

Chicago, "Look Away"

Poison, "Every Rose Has Its Thorn"