Section 2: The Top 40

Canibus’s ”Second Round K.O. hit #28. It would be his only hit.

Captain Hollywood Project’s ”More and More” hit #17 in 1993.

Mariah Carey is the #1 charting artist of the decade thanks to 15 number one hits! That’s 15: ”Vision of Love” ”Love Takes Times” ”Someday” ”I Don’t Wanna Cry” ”Emotions” ”I’ll Be There” ”Dreamlover” ”Hero” ”Fantasy” ”One Sweet Day” ”Always Be My Baby” ”Honey” ”My All” ”Heartbreaker” and ”Thank God I Found You.” Somehow ”Can’t Let Go” ”Make It Happen” ”Without You/Never Forget You” ”Anytime You Need A Friend” ”Endless Love” and ”I Still Believe” only went Top 20.

Belinda Carlisle has one top 40 hit in the decade with ”Summer Rain” which hit #30.

Case hit the top 40 three times in the decade, first with ”Touch Me Tease Me” and then with ”Faded Pictures” and ”Happily Ever After.”

Cause & Effect got one taste of the top 40, in 1992 with ”You Think You Know Her.”

Peter Cetera hit #35 in 1992 with ”Restless Heart.”

Changing Faces hit the top 40 three times with ”Stroke You Up,” ”Foolin’ Around” and ”G.H.E.T.T.O.U.T.”

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