1990s pop song stubs

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  1. 5 Steps

    5 Steps (1996)


    Dru Hill is the self-titled debut studio album from American R&B group Dru Hill, released November 19, 1996 on Island Records. The album featured four singles "Tell Me", "In My Bed", "Never Make a Promise" and "5 Steps". All of the singles had music videos released. The album also features the So So Def remix of "In My Bed", which features Jermaine Dupri and Da Brat, as a bonus track, which also had a music video released.

  2. I Don't Have The Heart

    I Don't Have The Heart (1990)


    "I Don't Have the Heart" is the title of a No. 1 hit song that was written by Allan Rich and Jud Friedman (ru) and recorded by American R&B recording artist James Ingram. It is Ingram's only number-one single as a solo artist on the US Billboard Hot 100, and his second number-one single overall, since the Patti Austin-featured "Baby, Come to Me", which topped the Hot 100 in 1983. Ingram received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance at the 33rd Grammy Awards in 1991 for the song.

  3. Said I Loved You...but I Lied

    Said I Loved You...but I Lied (1993)


    "Said I Loved You...But I Lied" is the title of a popular song by the American pop music singer Michael Bolton. The song was co-written and co-produced by Bolton and Robert John "Mutt" Lange.

  4. Don't Want to Be a Fool

    Don't Want to Be a Fool (1991)


    "Don't Want To Be A Fool" is a song by American recording artist Luther Vandross. It is the second single released from Vandross' 1991 album Power of Love. The song peaked No. 4 on the US R&B Singles chart on September 14, 1991, the single also peaked at No. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100 on November 2, 1991.

  5. How Can We Be Lovers?

    How Can We Be Lovers? (1989)


    "How Can We Be Lovers?" is a song written and composed by Michael Bolton, Diane Warren and Desmond Child and recorded by Michael Bolton. Released as a single from Bolton's album, Soul Provider, it peaked at number three on the Billboard Hot 100 in May 1990.

  6. All That I Need

    All That I Need (1998)


    "All That I Need" is the third single from Irish Boyband Boyzone's third studio album, Where We Belong. The song reached #1 in the UK Singles Chart. The song was written and produced by Carl Sturken and Evan Rogers.

  7. How Deep Is Your Love

    How Deep Is Your Love (1998)


    "How Deep Is Your Love" is an R&B single by group Dru Hill and features rapper Redman. It is the first single from the group's second album, Enter the Dru. The song was released on September 22, 1998, the hit song spent three weeks at number-one on the US R&B chart, and peaked at number-three on the US Pop chart. The song was also used in the end credits and is featured on the soundtrack to the 1998 film Rush Hour. The music video directed by Brett Ratner was shot on top of Hopewell Centre in Wan Chai, Hong Kong and features clips from Rush Hour. Redman's verse is cut from both the group's album and the video version as he does not appear in the video.

  8. My Oh My

    My Oh My (1997)


    "My Oh My" is the third single released by the Scandinavian dance-pop group Aqua overall, and the fourth UK release. From the Aquarium album "My Oh My" was initially released in February 1997 before being released in the UK as the follow-up to three consecutive number one singles in August 1998. It is therefore their fourth UK release.

  9. Anywhere for You

    Anywhere for You (1997)


    "Anywhere for You" is the fifth single released by vocal group Backstreet Boys in 1997 from their international self-titled debut album. It was later included on their debut US album as well. This is one of the earlier recordings on their 1996 debut album. The song was written by Wayne Perry and Gary Baker in 1994 and recorded at the end of that year by the group. A Spanish version of the song, titled "Donde Quieras Yo Iré", was recorded in late 1995 in Zürich along with a Spanish version of "I'll Never Break Your Heart".

  10. Power of Love/love Power

    Power of Love/love Power (1991)


    Power of Love/Love Power is the title of a number-one R&B hit by Luther Vandross released on April 9, 1991 as the lead single from his 1991 breakthrough album. The hit song spent two weeks at number-one on the US R&B chart, and peaked at number four on the US pop chart, becoming his biggest pop solo hit.

  11. Adia



    "Adia" is a song by Sarah McLachlan that originally appeared on her 1997 album Surfacing. It was co-written by McLachlan and her longtime producer, Pierre Marchand. The song allegedly reflected the apology to her best friend for becoming involved with, and later marrying, her friend's ex-boyfriend. On VH1 Storytellers, McLachlan also said "I'm not quite sure how to explain this one but, uh, I guess more than anything it's about my problems in dealing with feeling responsible for everyone else" about this song.

  12. Only Hope

    Only Hope (1999)


    "Only Hope" is a Switchfoot "song of prayer of devotion to God", written by Jon Foreman for their 1999 album New Way to Be Human. It is also featured prominently in one of the scenes of the 2002 film A Walk to Remember.

  13. Time, Love And Tenderness

    Time, Love And Tenderness (1991)


    "Time, Love and Tenderness" is the title of a song written by the prolific songwriter Diane Warren and performed by Michael Bolton. Released as a single from his album of the same title, the song reached #7 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, becoming Bolton's fifth Top 10 single in the United States during the summer of 1991. It was also the singer's fourth song to top the U.S. Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart. In England, the song reached #28 on the UK Singles Chart.

  14. Secret

    Secret (1990)


    "Secret" is a song recorded by American rock band Heart. It was released as the fourth and final single from the band's tenth studio album Brigade.

  15. Walking On Broken Glass

    Walking On Broken Glass (1992)


    "Walking on Broken Glass" is a song written and performed by Scottish singer Annie Lennox, taken from her 1992 album, Diva. This song reached #1 in Canada, #8 in the United Kingdom and Ireland and #14 in the United States singles charts.

  16. Roses Are Red

    Roses Are Red (1997)


    "Roses Are Red" is a song by Scandinavian dance-pop group Aqua, released as their second single - their first under the name of Aqua, as their debut single had been released under the name of Joyspeed. The track would also later feature on Aqua's debut album Aquarium.

  17. Angel In Disguise

    Angel In Disguise (1999)


    "Angel in Disguise" is a song recorded by American recording artist Brandy Norwood for her second studio album Never Say Never (1998). It was written by Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, Fred Jerkins III, LaShawn Daniels, Traci Hale, and Tye-V Turman and produced by the former along with Norwood. The song was recorded and mixed by audio engineer Dave Way at the Pacifique Recording Studios in North Hollywood, California and features prominent backing vocals by singer Joe.

  18. All Or Nothing

    All Or Nothing (1990)


    "All or Nothing" is a song by German dance-pop group Milli Vanilli. It was released in January 1990 and was their final top 10 single, peaking at number 4 in the United States.

  19. Hold On

    Hold On (1990)


    "Hold On" is the debut single from En Vogue's debut album, Born to Sing. It reached number one on the Hot Black Singles chart. The single became one of 1990s' biggest hits in the US and also a major hit in the UK (No. 2 in the US, No. 5 in the UK). It also reached No. 1 on the U.S. Dance chart. The song opens with an a cappella rendition of the Motown standard "Who's Lovin' You", written by Smokey Robinson and originally recorded by his group, The Miracles. It features Cindy Herron on lead but Terry Ellis on the introduction. The song also contains a guitar sample from "The Payback" by James Brown.

  20. Cold

    Cold (1992)


    "Cold" is a song by the British singer Annie Lennox. It was released as the fourth single from her 1992 album, Diva, and reached no. 26 in the UK.

  21. Lollipop

    Lollipop (1997)


    "Lollipop (Candyman)" is the fourth single to be released by the Danish dance-pop group Aqua overall, and the follow-up to their most successful song "Barbie Girl" in many countries. Included on their debut album Aquarium, "Lollipop (Candyman)" is said to be one of the group's favorite songs, although it was not released in the United Kingdom and failed to live up to the previous performances of "Barbie Girl", "Doctor Jones" and "My Oh My".

  22. So Young

    So Young (1997)


    "So Young" is a song by the Irish folk rock band The Corrs from their album Talk on Corners, written by Sharon Corr. It is a song about her parents, Jean and Gerry Corr, who she believed were 'forever young'. The song, released as a single, reached number 29 on the Republic of Ireland pop music charts and number 6 in the United Kingdom. The band initially had to fight with their label to include the song on the album, a decision vindicated by its popularity.

  23. Something About The Way You Look Tonight

    Something About The Way You Look Tonight (1997)


    "Something About the Way You Look Tonight" is a song by Elton John, released in 1997 as the first single from his 26th studio album The Big Picture. The song and its video were dedicated to the memory of Diana, Princess of Wales, who died that year, with proceeds from the sale of the song going towards Diana's charities.

  24. Love Is

    Love Is (2002)


    "Love Is" is the title of a 1993 duet released by Vanessa Williams and Brian McKnight. The single originally appeared on the soundtrack to the TV drama series, Beverly Hills, 90210. Although the song did not appear in that series, it did appear in the 90210 spinoff series, Melrose Place. After this exposure, the song peaked at number three on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming McKnight's breakthrough hit and another hit for Williams. The song peaked at number one on the adult contemporary chart, where it spent three weeks at the summit. There were two different versions released to radio, the more common mix includes energetic electric guitar performing the solo in the bridge; an alternate lesser known mix, presents melodic solo piano at the bridge. The edit version was that of the guitar mix, which presented a fade out during the second of the two ending chorus refrains.

  25. Finally Found

    Finally Found (1998)


    "Finally Found" is the debut single by British girl group Honeyz. It was released on 24 August 1998 as the lead single from their debut album Wonder No. 8 (1998). The song was their most successful single in the UK and worldwide, peaking at number four on the UK Singles Chart and earning platinum status in Australia.

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