The Safety Dance by Men Without Hats
It’s All Coming Back To Me Now by Celine Dion
This epic power ballad (written by Jim Steinman, who also wrote I’d Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That) was also originally intended for Meat Loaf to record back in the 80’s. However, when Mr. Loaf decided again and again not to record it for immediate release on whatever forthcoming album he was set to release, Steinman took it back…and gave it instead to this now legendary diva who became one of the biggest selling artists in music history.
The Space Between by Dave Matthews Band
Walk Of Life by Dire Straits
Always by Erasure
This popular synthpop British duo was responsible for a slew of hits that have spanned over three decades. They also helped define the “New Wave” era of the 1980’s. Here’s their biggest hit of the 90’s…1994’s, Always.
Take A Picture by Filter
It’s as if BRITA wrote a song about KODAK or FUJI. Hahaha, i jest. =)
I Swear by All-4-One
Ahhh, Class of 94…20 years ago, on this very day…as you received those diplomas…THIS was the #1 song in the nation. My how time flies…
I’m a million different people all the time.
But there’s only one of me to get it right.
- Neon Trees (from their phenomenal song, First Things First)
Private Eyes by Hall & Oates
Thomas Magnum. Jim Rockford. Simon and Simon. Adrian Monk. Charlie’s Angels and Veronica Mars.
Red, Red Wine by UB40
A dietary necessity each Friday around 5 or 6pm. It’s also featured so frequently on tv shows like Cougar Town and Scandal, it may as well be a regular “character”.
A #1 hit from 1988…
Because The Night by 10,000 Maniacs
Remember when MTV’s Unplugged was a big deal? Well this band had one of the more successful acoustic sessions of the Unplugged series. It’s also the act with the largest “number” in its name to score a Top 10 hit.
Free Your Mind by En Vogue
Prejudice. Wrote a song about it. Like to hear it? Here it go!