Bottom Feeders: The Ass End of the ’90s, Vol. 4

Written by Bottom Feeders, Music

Remember Artie the 1 Man Party? How about Bad Boys Blue? No? Then get familiar with them again as Dave Steed takes a trip back to the Bottom Feeders of the ’90s.

Section 3: The Airplay chart

Babyface’s duet with Stevie Wonder “Home Come, How Long” charted at #47 on this chart.

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Backstreet Boys’s “As Long As You Love Me” hit #4 in 1997 and “I’ll Never Break Your Heart” peaked in the same position the following year.

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Erykah Badu hit the airplay chart in ’97 with “Next Lifetime” and “Tyrone.”

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