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  1. A Man Ain't Made of Stone

    A Man Ain't Made of Stone

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    "A Man Ain't Made of Stone" is the title of a song recorded by Randy Travis. It was released in August 1999 as the lead single from his album, A Man Ain't Made of Stone, it peaked at #16 on the Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) chart and at #24 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks. It also peaked at #82 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, making it a minor crossover hit.


  2. All That I Can Say

    All That I Can Say (1999)

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    "All That I Can Say" is a song by Mary J. Blige, released as the first single from her fifth album, Mary. The song was composed and produced by fellow singer/songwriter Lauryn Hill. Mary J. Blige also performed the song on an episode of Moesha.


  3. Word Up

    Word Up (1986)

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    "Word Up!" is an R&B/funk song written and originally recorded by Cameo in 1986. Due to its heavy play on American dance and R&B radio, as well as music video play on MTV (which has LeVar Burton as a police detective trying to arrest the band), the single became the band's most well-known hit.


  4. American Woman

    American Woman (1970)

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    "American Woman" is a song by Canadian rock band The Guess Who, first released in January 1970 on the album of the same name and later in March as a single, which reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song has been covered by many rock artists, including Lenny Kravitz, Krokus, and The Butthole Surfers. It was also featured in Sam Mendes's movie American Beauty. Sam the Eagle performed a karaoke version of this song in a Muppets viral video.


  5. Superbeast

    Superbeast (1998)

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    "Superbeast" is a promotional single off Rob Zombie's solo debut, Hellbilly Deluxe. The song was co-written by Charlie Clouser, formerly of Nine Inch Nails. It also appears on Rob Zombie's Past, Present & Future, the greatest hits album The Best of Rob Zombie, and two remixes are contained on American Made Music to Strip By. The track appeared in the horror film Valentine in 2001 and also as a remix in the vehicular combat game Twisted Metal III and the action/horror film End of Days in 1999. The song is also featured on the video game Brütal Legend and is available to download on Rock Band. The song was played in the background of the trailer of Godzilla 2000: Millennium. The "Girl on a Motorcycle" remix of the song was frequently used in commercials for ECW t-shirts and future events. The song was nominated for the Grammy for Best Metal Performance in 1999. On January 4, 2008, the song "Superbeast" was used to introduce the "Abyss vs. Manabu Nakanishi" match at Wrestle Kingdom II in Tokyo, Japan.


  6. Faith of the Heart

    Faith of the Heart

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    "Faith of the Heart" is a song written by Diane Warren and originally performed by Rod Stewart for the soundtrack to the 1998 film Patch Adams. Stewart's version charted at number 3 on the US Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks and at number 60 on the UK Singles Chart. The song was later covered in 1999 by Susan Ashton for her album Closer.


  7. You Sure Love to Ball

    You Sure Love to Ball (1973)

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    "You Sure Love to Ball" is a song released by American recording artist Marvin Gaye. Released on January 2, 1974, it was the third and final single to be released from Gaye's acclaimed album, Let's Get It On.


  8. My Love Is Your Love

    My Love Is Your Love (1998)

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    "My Love Is Your Love" is a 1999 song by American R&B singer Whitney Houston. Released as the fourth single from Houston's album of the same name, it peaked at #4 in the U.S., #2 on the U.S. R&B chart, and #2 in the U.K. It was later certified platinum by the RIAA.


  9. The Hardest Thing

    The Hardest Thing

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    "The Hardest Thing" is the third single released by American boy band, 98 Degrees, from their second studio album, 98 Degrees and Rising. "The Hardest Thing" peaked at #5 in the US and also experienced moderate success in Oceania, peaking at #24 on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart, and #5 on the New Zealand RIANZ Singles Chart. This song was also a featured track on the 1999 compilation album "Now That's What I Call Music! 3 (U.S. Series)"


  10. She's In Love

    She's In Love

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    "She's In Love" is the title of a song written by Keith Stegall and Dan Hill, and recorded by American country artist Mark Wills. It was the fourth and final single from his album Wish You Were Here and it was his seventh single overall. It later appears on Wills' Greatest Hits package. It peaked at number 7 on the U.S. US Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.


  11. I Need To Know

    I Need To Know (1999)

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    "I Need to Know" is a song recorded by American recording artist Marc Anthony for his eponymous fourth studio album. It was released as the lead single from the album on August 15, 1999. Written and produced by Anthony and Cory Rooney, "I Need to Know" is a song about a man who longs to know how a woman feels about him. The song blends the musical styles of several genres, including R&B and Latin music; the instruments used include violin, piano, timbales and congas. Anthony recorded a Spanish-language version of the song, translated by Angie Chirino and Robert Blades, titled "Dímelo".


  12. You Needed Me

    You Needed Me (1999)

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    "You Needed Me" is a song written by Randy Goodrum, who describes it as being about "unconditional undeserved love." It was a number one single in the United States in 1978 for Canadian singer Anne Murray. The song, included on her 1978 album Let's Keep It That Way, was also a top-five country single and won Song of the Year at the Academy of Country Music awards. Although the song reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100, it never topped the two Billboard charts where Murray had the most success - Country and Adult Contemporary. The song won Murray the Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance at the 21st Grammy Awards, the first to be awarded to a Canadian artist.


  13. Tha Block is Hot

    Tha Block is Hot (1999)

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    "Tha Block Is Hot" is the debut single by New Orleans rapper Lil Wayne, released as the first single from his debut album of the same name. The style of rap was Southern Rap, Bounce, Dirty South, Hardcore Rap , on the themes of Guys Night Out, TGIF, Cool & Cocky and Hanging Out , the single has been seen as: Aggressive, Confrontational, Dramatic, Energetic, Fiery, Party/Celebratory, Playful, Rollicking, Rousing, Rowdy, Swaggering, Tense/Anxious, Theatrical, Thuggish, Boisterous, Brash, Bravado, Brittle, Confident and Harsh .


  14. VooDoo

    VooDoo (1997)

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    "Voodoo", written by lead singer Sully Erna, is a single by alternative metal band Godsmack from their self-titled album Godsmack. The song "Voodoo" was best known for its use in the MTV television program Fear.


  15. Someday

    Someday

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    "Someday" is a single from the rock band Sugar Ray from their album 14:59. The song reached #7 on both the Billboard Hot 100 and the Hot Modern Rock Tracks, as well as #4 on the Hot 100 Airplay and #4 on Canada's RPM singles chart.


  16. Postcard From Heaven

    Postcard From Heaven

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    "Postcard from Heaven" is a song by the Lighthouse Family, released as the duo's fifth and final single, and appearing on their second album Postcards from Heaven (1997). The song was produced by Mike Peden. It was released in January 1999 and reached the top 30 in the UK as well as being just outside the top 90 in Europe. It received a completely different remixed version for single release. This mix appeared on both the Greatest Hits and Relaxed & Remixed compilations, in 2002 and 2004 respectively.


  17. Nastradamus

    Nastradamus (1999)

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    "Nastradamus" is the first single from Nas' fourth album Nastradamus. It was produced by L.E.S.. The song contains the lyrics "You wanna ball 'til you fall, I can help you with that" which were viewed as a jab at Rocafella artist Memphis Bleek, sparking the beef which would eventually involve Jay-Z. The music video was originally released in 3-D with Tower Records providing "Nastradamus" 3-D glasses as a tie in (this was the first ever Music Video to use the 3-D technology, wrongly credited to the 2008 Missy Elliott video "Ching-A-Ling"). Nas debuted the video with Carson Daly on MTV's TRL in November 1999. The beat uses the sample "The Monorail Express" by the J.B.'s, the same one EPMD used on their song "Let the Funk Flow" from their 1988 album Strictly Business. A music video directed by Jeff Byrd was released too.


  18. You Should Be Dancing

    You Should Be Dancing (1976)

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    "You Should Be Dancing" is a single by the Bee Gees, from the album Children of the World, released in 1976. The single hit number one for one week on the American Billboard Hot 100, number one for seven weeks on the US Hot Dance Club Play chart, and in July the same year, reached number five on the UK Singles Chart. The song also peaked at number four on the Billboard R&B chart. It was this song that first launched the Bee Gees into disco. It was also the only track from the group to top the dance chart.


  19. Tragedy

    Tragedy (1979)

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    "Tragedy" is a song recorded by the Bee Gees, included on their 1979 album Spirits Having Flown. The single reached number one in the UK in February 1979 and repeated the feat the following month on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. Though not originally in Saturday Night Fever, it has subsequently been added to the musical score of the West End version of the movie-musical.


  20. What's So Different

    What's So Different (1998)

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    "What's So Different?" is a song by R&B singer Ginuwine. It was the second single for his second album 100% Ginuwine. The song peaked one position below the Top 20 as an R&B hit and peaked within the Top 50 portion as a pop hit. "What's So Different" lyrically describes the narrator questioning if his lover is cheating on him and warning her if she did it to him she may do it to another man.


  21. Candy

    Candy (1999)

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    "Candy" is the debut single by American pop singer Mandy Moore, which was released from her debut album, So Real. The music video, which was directed by Chris Robinson, had a cameo by the girl group PYT.


  22. Amazed

    Amazed (2002)

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    "Amazed" is the title of a song written by Marv Green, Aimee Mayo and Chris Lindsey. The first version of the song was recorded by the American country music group Lonestar, whose version was released in March 1999 as the second single from their 1999 album Lonely Grill. Lonestar's version is their longest-lasting Number One single and biggest hit, spending eight weeks at the top of the Billboard country singles charts. A remix later reached the top of the Billboard Hot 100 and #2 on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks charts as well. Since the release of the original, the song has been covered by Bonnie Tyler, Duncan James and Fady Maalouf, all of whom have released their respective versions as singles. Ben Mills and Boyz II Men have included covers in their respective albums.


  23. Every You Every Me

    Every You Every Me (1998)

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    "Every You Every Me" is a single by British alternative rock band Placebo, from their second album, Without You I'm Nothing. It reached number 11 in the UK Singles Chart. The lyrics were written by frontman Brian Molko and Paul Campion, lead singer of the band AC Acoustics.


  24. Hold on to Me

    Hold on to Me

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    "Hold On to Me" is the title of a song written by Blair Daly and Will Rambeaux, and recorded by country music artist John Michael Montgomery. It was released in September 1998 as the third and final single from his 1998 album Leave a Mark. It peaked at #4 in both the United States and Canada.


  25. Hate Me Now

    Hate Me Now (1998)

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    "Hate Me Now" is a 1999 hip hop single by rapper Nas featuring Puff Daddy. The backbeat is inspired by, and contains some samples from, Carl Orff's Carmina Burana. It was ranked 119 on xxl's best songs of the 90's.


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