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  1. 24/7

    24/7 (1995)


    "24/7" is a song by 3T. It was released in 1995 from their album Brotherhood. It was released only in Europe and Oceania.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. Affection

    Affection (1995)


    "Affection" is the lead single from Jody Watley's fifth album, Affection, released on her own label Avitone Records.

  5. All I Wanna Do

    All I Wanna Do (1997)


    "All I Wanna Do" is a dance-pop song written by Brian Higgins, Stuart McLennan, Tim Powell and Matt Gray for Dannii Minogue's third studio album Girl (1997). The song was produced by Higgins and Gray.

  6. All Or Nothing

    All Or Nothing


    "All or Nothing" is a song by Milli Vanilli. It was their final top 10 single, peaking at #4 in the United States.

  7. 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.

  8. Always You

    Always You (1998)


    "Always You" is a pop song recorded by American singer Jennifer Paige. It was released in July 1999 as the third single released from her debut studio album Jennifer Paige. The song was written by Andy Goldmark and J.D. Martin. For this single, Always You was remixed by Groove Brothers. The B-side is replayed by Mick Guzauski. "Always You" reached number six on the Billboard Dance/Club Play chart.

  9. An Emotion Away

    An Emotion Away (1992)


    "An Emotion Away" is a pop-dance song co-written by Alanis Morissette, Leslie Howe and Serge Côté, and produced by Howe for Morissette's second album Now Is the Time (1992). Its protagonist tells someone who "completely took heart by surprise" that "love is just an emotion away". It was released as the album's first single in 1992 (see 1992 in music) and reached number twenty-four on the Canadian singles chart. "An Emotion Away" was the most successful single from Now Is the Time, which sold moderately. Leslie Howe engineered and mixed the song. The B-side on the cassette single was "When We Meet Again", another track from Now Is the Time.

  10. Angel In Disguise

    Angel In Disguise


    "Angel in Disguise" is a song by American singer Brandy, written by LaShawn Daniels, Fred Jerkins III, Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, Isaac Phillips, Nycolia Turman, and Traci Hale for her second studio album, Never Say Never (1998). Despite the fact that the Darkchild-produced mid-tempo track was an airplay single release only, the song charted before the second single "Top of the World", it peaked at number 72 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. It became Brandy's first single to chart without an actual single release or a video.

  11. Any Way You Look

    Any Way You Look


    "Any Way You Look" is a 1997 single by the Britpop band Northern Uproar. It was the first to be released from their second album Yesterday, Tomorrow, Today. It peaked at 36 on the UK Top 40 singles chart in May 1997. The song has a noticeable Motown influence

  12. Anywhere for You

    Anywhere for You (1996)


    "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. Spanish vocals for the song, titled "Donde Quieras Yo Iré", were later recorded in late 1995 in Zürich along with a Spanish version of "I'll Never Break Your Heart".

  13. Aoi Usagi

    Aoi Usagi


    "Aoi Usagi" (碧いうさぎ (Blue Rabbit)) is a Japanese pop song performed by Noriko Sakai. This song was used for the opening theme of the Japanese TV drama series Hoshi no Kinka, which she also starred in. It is currently Sakai's biggest-selling single of her career.

  14. Are You Jimmy Ray?

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  15. Arms Around the World

    Arms Around the World


    Arms Around the World is a song released by UK singer Louise in 1997. It charted through late 1997 and early 1998, peaking at number 4 in October 1997. Louise recorded the single around spring 1995 but did not release it until two years later. The video was directed by Toby Tremlett.

  16. As I Lay Me Down

    As I Lay Me Down (1994)


    "As I Lay Me Down" is a song composed and performed by singer-songwriter Sophie B. Hawkins. It is from her album Whaler and also appears on The Best of Sophie B. Hawkins. The song is one of her two biggest hits, reaching number six on the Billboard Hot 100 and number one on the Adult Contemporary chart for six weeks during its year of release, 1995.

  17. As Long As I Can Dream

    As Long As I Can Dream


    "As Long as I Can Dream" is a song by the American girl group Exposé. It was co-written by Roy Orbison and Diane Warren and appears on the group's self-titled third album. Lead vocals on the song were sung by Ann Curless. The song features guitarist Al Pitrelli of Megadeth, Alice Cooper, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, one of two tracks he played.

  18. At Night I Pray

    At Night I Pray


    "At Night I Pray" is a song by Wild Orchid, released as the first single from their self-titled debut, Wild Orchid.

  19. Bad Of The Heart

    Bad Of The Heart


    "Bad of the Heart" is the second single from freestyle singer George Lamond's debut album Bad of the Heart. It is his biggest hit, peaking at number 25 in the U.S.

  20. Bailando



    "Bailando" ("Dancing" in Spanish) is a song by Belgian Eurodance group Paradisio. It was released on 1 January 1996 as the lead single from their debut album, Paradisio. The song reached number-one in Italy, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Sweden. It peaked at number two in Belgium. It sold more than 550,000 copies in France and reached number four. In Sweden, it was the best selling single by being triple platinum. The song was a hit in most countries across Europe during the summer of 1997. It was covered by Dutch singer Loona in 1998 and reached number-one in many other countries.

  21. Barely Breathing

    Barely Breathing (1996)


    "Barely Breathing" is the first single from the Gold-plus debut album of American singer-songwriter Duncan Sheik.

  22. Battle of Who Could Care Less

    Battle of Who Could Care Less


    "Battle of Who Could Care Less" is a song performed by Ben Folds Five, released as part of their 1997 album Whatever and Ever Amen, written by Ben Folds. It peaked at #26 in the UK Singles Chart, and enjoyed widespread radio airplay in the summer of 1997 in the UK, with the music video being regularly shown on both MTV and VH1.

  23. Be Alone No More

    Be Alone No More


    "Be Alone No More" is a song by British R&B vocal quartet Another Level. Written by Steven Dubin, Andrea Martin and Ivan Matias it was released as Another Level's debut single from their eponymous debut album on 16 February 1998. A remix version of the song was released in 1999 featuring American rapper Jay-Z. The two versions peaked at number 6 and number 11 in the UK respectively.

  24. Be Mine

    Be Mine


    "Be Mine" is a song by Wild Orchid, released as their first single from their second album, Oxygen. After scoring modest pop success with singles like "Talk to Me" and "At Night I Pray", the single was released and was heavily promoted by RCA records which hoped that Wild Orchid would finally score a top 10 hit. Initially, promotion by MTV was steady (it reached #8 in the TRL) and the single garnered sufficient airplay. Nonetheless, the sales of the single were way lower than expected. Thus, backed only by its airplay, the single became the group's first single to miss the Hot 100, narrowly missing the top 100, peaking at #103. The failure of the single led to the subsequent ill performance of the album that it was originating from.

  25. Best Imitation of Myself

    Best Imitation of Myself


    "Best Imitation of Myself" is a song from Ben Folds Five's 1995 self-titled debut album. It was written by Ben Folds. The song is a lyrical essay of sorts on expectations and the preconceived notions of a person by others.

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