Section 2: The Top 40

Tracie Spencer hit #3 with “This House” and closed out the decade with the #18 hit “It’s All About You (Not About Me)”

The Spice Girls hit the top 40 with “Say You’ll Be There” “2 Become 1” “Spice Up Your Life” “Too Much” “Stop” and “Goodbye” while taking “Wannabe” to #1 for 4 weeks.

Spin Doctors hit the top 40 with “Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong” and “Two Princes”

Sporty Thievz hit #12 with “No Pigeons”

Springsteen hit the top 40 with “Human Touch” “Better Days” “Streets of Philadelphia” and a reissue of “Secret Garden”

Lisa Stansfield hit the top 40 with “All Around the World” “You Can’t Deny It” “This Is the Right Time” and “Change”

Steelheart hit the top 40 with “I’ll Never Let You Go (Angel Eyes)”

Stereo MC’s hit the top 40 with “Elevate My Mind” and “Connected”

Stevie B hit the top 40 with “Love Me For Life” “Love & Emotion” “I’ll Be By Your Side” “Dream About You” and “Funky Melody” while taking “Because I Love You (the Postman Song)” to #1 for four weeks.

David Stewart hit #11 with “Lily Was Here”

Rod Stewart hit the top 40 with “This Old Heart of Mine” “Rhythm of My Heart” “The Motown Song” “Broken Arrow” “Have I Told You Lately (Live)” “Having a Party (Live)” “Reason To Believe (Live) and “Ooh La La.” He also spent 3 weeks at #1 with “All For Love,” his song with Bryan Adams and Sting.

Curtis Stigers hit #9 with “I Wonder Why”

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