Section 2: The Top 40

Citizen King’s only hit, “Better Days (and the Bottom Drops Out)” hit #25 in 1999.

Eric Clapton hit the top 40 with “Tears in Heaven,” “Layla” and “Change the World.” He won three Grammys each including both record and song of the year for “Tears In Heaven” and “Change the World” and the best rock song Grammy for his live version of “Layla.”

Terri Clark had one top 40 hit in the decade, just cracking it at #40 with “You’re Easy On the Eyes.”

Adam Clayton & Larry Mullen hit #7 in 1996 with “Theme from Mission: Impossible”

Cleopatra hit #26 with “Cleopatra’s Theme.”

Only 23 years after his last hit, Jimmy Cliff peaked at #18 with “I Can See Clearly Now” used in Cool Runnings.

Tom Cochrane hit #6 in 1992 with “Life Is A Highway.”

Jude Cole hit #16 with “Baby, It’s Tonight” and #32 with “Time For Letting Go.”

Natalie Cole hit the top 40 with “Wild Women Do” and the duet with her father, “Unforgettable.”

Paula Cole charted with “Where Have All The Cowboys Gone?” “I Don’t Want To Wait” and “Me.”

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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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