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If you can listen to this song and somehow not feel spiritually lifted, I don't want to know you. The musical frenzy is in stark contrast to the restrained, resigned vocal, in which the trio including future acting star Naturi Naughton attempts to brush off the peanut gallery commenting on love from the sidelines, irritated but determined.

Eden's Crush, "Get Over Yourself" Nick Walker. Dixie Cups, "Chapel of Love" Yes, I would like to receive the daily Newsletter email. TLC's legacy is enshrined in songs like "Waterfalls," a smash hit that's still powerfully progressive 20 years later. The Crystals, "He's a Rebel" Let's also look back at the top 10 songs annually on Dance Club Songs , as recapped in Billboard magazine and later online, from to In Rat Park, they don't like the drug water.


Martha and the Vandellas, "Jimmy Mack" Upcoming Events. Was country the righteous rebel music of the white Southern underclass, or something to entertain Wal-Mart managers during their commute to work? Little Mix, "Move" Let's sing badly and never pick up a dart again! Do you like 90s country music? Namespaces Article Talk.

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Foxes 8. Lead singer Lala Brooks tells the story of a blossoming romance, from first kiss to marriage vows, carried along by guitar, strings, sax, a mix of percussion that seems to include sleigh bells and whatever else Spector threw into his sui generis mix.

For as long as the Billboard Hot has existed, there have been all-female vocal groups gracing its ranks, from the early days of The Chantels and The Bobbettes in the late '50s all the way up to Fifth Harmony and Little Mix in