Bottom Feeders: The Ass End of the ’90s, Vol. 66

Written by Bottom Feeders, Music

In a week with Nirvana and Nine Inch Nails, Olivia Newton-John shows up to the party as the sober police.

Section 3: The Airplay chart

Nine Inch Nails hit #54 with “Hurt”

Nirvana hit the airplay chart with “All Apologies” “About a Girl” “The Man Who Sold the World” and “Aneurysm”

The Nixons hit #48 with “Sisters”

No Doubt hit #18 with “Spiderwebs” and then despite not releasing the song as a single, “Don’t Speak” hit #1 for 16 fucking weeks making No Doubt the #1 artist of 1996.

Nomad hit #66 with “(I Wanna Give You) Devotion”

Section 4: Bubbling Under

Night Ranger hit #102 in 1997 with “Forever All Over Again”

Nine hit #115 with “Any Emcee”

911 bubbled under with “Love Sensation”

A re-release of “Head Like A Hole” bubbled under for Nine Inch Nails in 1995.

95 South bubbled under with “Hump Wit It” and “Heiny Heiny”

No Authority just missed the Hot 100, hitting #101 with “Don’t Stop”

No Doubt bubbled under with “New”