Bottom Feeders: The Ass End of the ’90s, Vol. 70.

Written by Bottom Feeders, Music

This week, Pearl Jam contribute to the most confusing timeline of songs on the Billboard Hot 100.

Section 2: The Top 40

Right off the bat, a contender for least known top 40 hit of the ‘90s in Peach Union’s “On My Own” which hit #39 in 1997.

Pearl Jam hit the top 40 with “Tremor Christ” “I Got Id/Long Road” “Who You Are” “Given To Fly” and spent one week at #2 with “Last Kiss”

Pebbles hit the top 40 with “Giving You the Benefit” and “Love Makes Things Happen”

Ce Ce Peniston hit the top 40 with “Finally” “We Got A Love Thang” “Keep On Walkin’” and “I’m in the Mood”

Michael Penn hit #13 with “No Myth.”

Perfect Gentlemen hit #10 in 1990 with “Ooh La La (I Can’t Get Over You)”

Steve Perry hit #29 with “You Better Wait.”

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