Section 4: Bubbling Under

Collage bubbled under in 1998 with “Love of a Lifetime”

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Collective Soul’s final single of the decade – “No More, No Less” bubbled under in 1999.

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Despite the massive career, Phil Collins even bubbled under once in the decade with “We Wait and We Wonder” off of Both Sides.

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Color Me Badd bubbled under twice with “Let’s Start with Forever” and “Sexual Capacity.”

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Coming of Age hit #101 with “Coming Home To Love”

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Common bubbled under three times (once as Common Sense) with “Resurrection” “Reminding Me” and “One-Nine-Nine-Nine”

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The Comrads hit #102 in 1997 with “Homeboyz”

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Rap group Condition Red hit #122 in 1993 with “Don’t Get Caught Slipping”

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Confederate Railroad hit #113 with “Trashy Women.”

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Conscious Daughters hit #124 in 1996 with “Gamers”

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Coolio bubbled under three times with “County Line” “I Remember” and “Mama, I’m in Love”

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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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