Section 2: The Top 40

Brooks & Dunn hit the top 40 once in the decade with ”Husbands and Wives.”

Brother Beyond hit #27 in 1990 with their only hit, ”The Girl I Used To Know”

Back to the B-B-Brown hit the top 40 with ”Humpin’ Around,” ”Good Enough” and ”Get Away.”

Foxy Brown hit #7 in 1997 with ”I’ll Be” featuring Jay-Z.

Brownstone’s career begin with the #8 hit, ”If You Love Me.” In 1997 they also had a #39 hit with ”5 Miles To Empty.”

Peabo Bryson hit #9 in 1992 with ”Beauty and the Beast” dueting on the track with Celine Dion. Later in the year he would have his first #1 hit singing ”A Whole New World (Aladdin’s Theme)” with Regina Belle. That track also won him an Oscar and a Grammy for song of the year.

Bush hit the top 40 with both “Comedown” and “Glycerine.”

Busta Rhymes hit the top 40 with “Woo-Hah!! Got You All in Check/Everything Remains Raw,” “Dangerous” “Turn It Up (remix)/Fire It Up” and “What’s It Gonna Be”

B*Witched hit #9 in 1999 with “C’Est La Vie.”

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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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