Section 4: Bubbling Under

Merril Bainbridge hit #118 in 1998 with “Lonely”

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Anita Baker bubbled under at #111 with “When You Love Someone,” a duet with James Ingram.

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David Ball bubbled under at #107 with “When the Thought Of You Catches Up To Me.”

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Buju Banton bubbled under at #117 in 1997 with “Champion”

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Mega Banton hit #118 in 1994 with “Sound Boy Killing.”

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In 1999 the Barenaked Ladies peaked at #121 with “Call and Answer” from the movie EdTV.

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Gary Barlow hit #106 in 1998 with “Superhero.”

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Los Barrio Boyzz (yeah, two Zs) bubbled under at #106 with “How We Roll” and #121 with “I Wish” both in 1996.

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The Bayside Boys (no Zs) are better known for being part of the Macarena but they bubbled under at #115 with “Caliente” in 1996.

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B-Code went to #106 in 1996 with “Feel Good.”

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The Beastie Boys could only wiggle their way onto the bubbling under charts with “Get It Together” and “Sabotage” in 1994.

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The Bee Gees bubbled under at #109 in 1994 with “For Whom the Bell Tolls.”

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Dave Steed

Dave Steed is all about music; 80's and metal to be exact. His iPod will shuffle from Culture Club to Slayer and he won't blink an eye. He's never heard Astral Weeks but thinks "Dazzey Duks" by Duice is the bomb. It's an odd little corner of the world he lives in.

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