The final installment of Bottom Feeders is here with Weird Al, Trisha Yearwood and of course a little ZZ Top to end it.
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Get it while it’s hot. It’s the penultimate edition of BF90 with Wynonna and the WU-Tang Clan mingling.
With just three installments left, a former Miss America shows up!
The letter W continues with Weezer, Whitesnake and the start of Fergie.
Jody Watley, Warrant and John Waite this week – it’s the start of the letter W!
We end the letter V with Vicious, Voice of the Beehive and the rockin’ chicks of Vixen.
Bottom Feeders hits the letter V, with Luther Vandross, Vanilla Ice and Eurodance from the Vengaboys!
It doesn’t get any bigger than this in Bottom Feeders with 2Pac, U2 and Usher showing up to steal the show.
This is Ponderous, Doo Doo Brown and poppin’ coochies. We have the makings of a fantastic week.
Bottom Feeders tends to celebrate the bad more than the good but is this week the worst ever?
The best and the dirtiest rap songs ever made show up in one post. You don’t say?
Too $hort brings the filth and Tony! Toni! Tone! smooths it out a bit in this week’s Bottom Feeders.
This week, we welcome in the eight biggest artist of the decade, in TLC.
We continue the letter “T” with Tears for Fears, 10,000 Maniacs and Tesla.
We end the letter S this week with some SWV and start T watching Tag Team completely sell out.
Keith Sweat may have the most songs this week but it’s Matthew Sweet that steals the show.
Sting arrives in Bottom Feeders this week but it’s George Strait that really stands out.
Rod Stewart croons, the Spin Doctors bring the Kryptonite and Stevie B – well, he brings the jeri curl.
Bottom Feeders continues with the letter S, with Soul Asylum, Soup Dragons and more.
College radio staples, The Smithereens and Sneaker Pimps highlight this week of Bottom Feeders.
Billy Corgan clashes with Mark Slaughter and Michael W. Smith in this week’s Bottom Feeders.
Bart Simpson hangs with the 69 Boyz in this weeks edition of Bottom Feeders
Shaggy, Erick Sermon and the beloved Shakespears Sister highlight this week of Bottom Feeders.
Fred Schneider and Scatman John provide some interesting moments in this week’s Bottom Feeders.
St. Paul Peterson and Salt-N-Pepa highlight this week’s Bottom Feeders.
RuPaul helps finish off the letter R, while we usher S in with the smoothness of Rafael Saadiq and Sade.
Bottom Feeders continues with the letter R, as we feature The Rolling Stones and Roxette.
The other guy from Wham! finally makes an appearance in Bottom Feeders!
This week, a look at R.E.M., The Rentals, Republica and even REO Speedwagon makes a final appearance on the chart.
Redman joins the party and you can just smell the kush he’s lighting up with Shabba Ranks.