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  1. Last Kiss

    Last Kiss (1998)

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    "Last Kiss" is a song that was released by Wayne Cochran in 1961 on the Gala label. It was unsuccessful chartwise. Cochran subsequently re-recorded his song for the King label in 1963. The song was later revived by J. Frank Wilson and the Cavaliers, Wednesday, Pearl Jam, and several international artists, with varying degrees of success. The song was one of several teen tragedy songs from that period in music.


  2. Black

    Black (1991)

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    "Black" is a song by the American rock band Pearl Jam. The song is the fifth track on the band's debut album, Ten (1991). Featuring lyrics written by vocalist Eddie Vedder and music written by guitarist Stone Gossard, "Black" is a soliloquy by a broken-hearted man, who is remembering his absent lover.


  3. Any Time Any Place

    Any Time Any Place (1993)

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    "Any Time, Any Place" is a song by American singer Janet Jackson from her fifth studio album, janet. (1993). Released as the album's fifth single on May 23, 1994, it reached number two on the Billboard Hot 100 and became another R&B chart-topper for Jackson. R. Kelly made the well known remix of this song.


  4. Candle In The Wind 1997

    Candle In The Wind 1997 (1997)

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    "Candle in the Wind 1997" is a re-written and re-recorded version of Elton John's own 1973 hit "Candle in the Wind" that was released as a tribute single to the late Diana, Princess of Wales.


  5. Ordinary World

    Ordinary World (1993)

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    "Ordinary World" is the first single from Duran Duran's self-titled 1993 album, better known as The Wedding Album. The song peaked at No. 3 in the American charts and No. 6 in the British charts. Simon LeBon, the vocalist, later sang this song with Luciano Pavarotti, to help children affected by war in Bosnia & Herzegovina.


  6. In My Mind

    In My Mind (2006)

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    "In My Mind" is a song by American singer-songwriter Shannon Sanders from his debut album, Outta Nowhere (1999). It was covered by Trinidadian singer-songwriter Heather Headley and released in late September 2005 as the lead single from her second studio album, of the same name (2006). Her version peaked at number seventy-five on the Billboard Hot 100 in early April 2006, while the song's remixes by the Freemasons and Dave Hernandez topped the Hot Dance Club Play.


  7. Thank You

    Thank You (1999)

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    "Thank You" is a song by English singer-songwriter Dido. The song was released on her debut studio album, No Angel (1999). The song made its first appearance in 1998, on the soundtrack of Sliding Doors, although it was not released as a single until late 2000. It later featured on Dido's debut album, No Angel, becoming the album's biggest hit. The song samples the "Theme from the Planets" drum break. The song's first verse is famously used as the chorus in the song "Stan" by Eminem.


  8. Don't Cry

    Don't Cry (1988)

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    "Don't Cry" is a power ballad by the hard rock band Guns N' Roses, two versions of which were released simultaneously on different albums. The version with the original lyrics is the fourth track on Use Your Illusion I, while the version with the alternate lyrics is the 13th track on Use Your Illusion II. Only the vocal tracks differ, and even then only in the verses; however, in those verses, not only are the words entirely different, but the meter and melody are also slightly different. There is also a third version, officially released only on the single for the song, which was recorded during Appetite for Destruction sessions in 1986. The song reached the top 10 in many countries, including number 8 in the UK Singles Chart and number 10 in the U.S. on the Billboard Hot 100.


  9. November Rain

    November Rain (1991)

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    "November Rain" is a power ballad by American rock band Guns N' Roses, written by lead singer Axl Rose and released as a single in June 1992. It appears on the album Use Your Illusion I. It features a sweeping orchestral backing and is one of Guns N' Roses' longest songs.


  10. Don't Follow

    Don't Follow (1994)

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    "Don't Follow" is a song by American rock band Alice in Chains; it is the 3rd single on the studio EP Jar of Flies released on January 25, 1994 through Columbia Records.


  11. Take A Bow

    Take A Bow (1994)

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    "Take a Bow" is a song by American singer-songwriter Madonna from her 1994 studio album Bedtime Stories. It has since also appeared on her compilation albums Something to Remember (1995), GHV2 (2001) and Celebration (2009). Released as a single in December 1994, it became her longest-running number-one hit in the United States. Madonna performed "Take a Bow" with Babyface at the 1995 American Music Awards. It was her first single to reach number-one in the United States after 1992's "This Used to Be My Playground" and it was her last number-one song in the United States in the 1990s.


  12. All My Life

    All My Life (1997)

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    "All My Life" is a song recorded by American R&B duo K-Ci & JoJo. The track was produced and written by Joel "JoJo" Hailey and Rory Bennett for K-Ci & JoJo's debut studio album, Love Always (1997). The song was released physically as from January 6, 1998 as the third single from the album through MCA Records. "All My Life" is an R&B / soul song. Music critics have claimed this as the duo's most successful song of their career.


  13. A Whole New World

    A Whole New World

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    "A Whole New World" is the Oscar winning featured pop single from the soundtrack to the 1992 Disney film Aladdin. It was composed by Alan Menken with lyrics by Tim Rice. The song is a ballad between the primary characters Aladdin and Jasmine about the new world they are going to discover together. The original version was sung by Brad Kane and Lea Salonga during the film. They also performed the song in their characters at the 65th Academy Awards, where it won Best Song.


  14. Get Along with You

    Get Along with You (1999)

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    "Get Along with You" is a song by American recording artist Kelis from her debut album, Kaleidoscope. The song emphasizes on how someone's love and the need to "get along with them" is more substantial than material possessions and even the world itself. Released as the album's third and final single, this track marked a change in direction for Kelis compared to her previous two singles, being her first ballad released as a single. It remains her lowest-peaking single to date in the United Kingdom, charting at number fifty-one on the UK Singles Chart. It was a substantially bigger hit there than in the United States, however, where it became her second consecutive single not to chart on the Billboard Hot 100.


  15. For Your Love

    For Your Love (1995)

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    "For Your Love" is a song written and performed by Stevie Wonder that appears on his 1995 soul album Conversation Peace. It won 2 Grammy awards for Best R&B Male Vocal Performance and Best R&B Song.


  16. It Ain't over 'til It's over

    It Ain't over 'til It's over (1991)

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    "It Ain't Over 'til It's Over" is a song recorded, written, and produced by American musician Lenny Kravitz for his second studio album, Mama Said (1991). Released as the album's second single in May 1991, the song is a mid-tempo ballad, musically inspired by Motown, Philly soul, and Earth, Wind & Fire. The horn line at the end is actually performed by the Phenix Horns from Earth, Wind & Fire. "That song just came out one day, and I knew it had a classic vibe. And I still love that song very much today", Kravitz said in an interview for VivaMusic.com in 2000. The line is based on a Yogiism, or quotation from Yogi Berra: "It ain't over till it's over." It was his first Top 10 on Billboard Hot 100 of his career, is still his best peak in the chart.


  17. No Ordinary Love

    No Ordinary Love (1992)

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    "No Ordinary Love" is the lead single from the English artist Sade's fourth studio album, Love Deluxe (1992). Released in 1992 on Epic Records, it peaked at number 26 in the UK when originally released in October 1992, but reached number 14 when re-released in June 1993. Sade Adu is dressed as a mermaid and a bride in the music video. "No Ordinary Love" is often considered Sade's signature song, alongside 1988's "Paradise" and 1985's "Smooth Operator."


  18. Nothing Else Matters

    Nothing Else Matters (1991)

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    "Nothing Else Matters" is a power ballad by the American heavy metal band Metallica. It was released in 1992 as the third single from their self-titled fifth studio album, Metallica. The song peaked at number 11 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart as well as top-ten positions on many European charts. "Nothing Else Matters" was featured as a playable track in the music video game Guitar Hero: Metallica. The song has been covered over forty times.


  19. Civil War

    Civil War (1991)

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    "Civil War" is a song by the rock band Guns N' Roses, which originally appeared on the 1990 compilation Nobody's Child: Romanian Angel Appeal and later on the 1991 album Use Your Illusion II. It is a protest song on war, referring to all war as 'civil war' and that it only "feeds the rich while it buries the poor." In the song, singer Axl Rose asks, "What's so civil about war, anyway?"


  20. Every Time

    Every Time (1997)

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    "Every Time" is a song by American singer Janet Jackson from her sixth studio album, The Velvet Rope (1997). The ballad was released as the album's sixth and final single in late 1998. Jackson only performed the song on the first few dates of The Velvet Rope Tour.


  21. The Unforgiven

    The Unforgiven (1991)

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    "The Unforgiven" is a power ballad by American heavy metal band Metallica. It was released as the second single from their eponymous fifth album Metallica. Though one of the slower tracks on the album, its chord progression is distinctly one of the heavier. The song deals with the theme of the struggle of the individual against the efforts of those who would subjugate him.


  22. Nutshell

    Nutshell (1993)

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    "Nutshell" is a song by Alice in Chains that originally appeared on the band's 1994 critically acclaimed extended play Jar of Flies. "Nutshell" is also known for having opened the band's performance on MTV Unplugged in 1996. This rendition of the song was included on the compilation album Music Bank (1999), as well as The Essential Alice in Chains (2006).


  23. Down In A Hole

    Down In A Hole (1992)

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    "Down in a Hole" is a single from Alice in Chains' album Dirt (1992). It is the fourth song on most pressings of the album and twelfth on others. The song was included on the compilation albums Nothing Safe: Best of the Box (1999) and Music Bank (1999).


  24. Cemetery Gates

    Cemetery Gates (1991)

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    "Cemetery Gates" is a song by heavy metal band Pantera. The song is the fifth track from Cowboys from Hell, the band's fifth album and second with lead singer Phil Anselmo (though the band considers it their first "true" album, officially ignoring their earlier independent releases as it was their first album with the groove metal genre). "Cemetery Gates" showcases Anselmo's vocal ability and range, concluding with screaming high notes answered by Dimebag Darrell on guitar in a trade off. The song is also Pantera's longest song ever recorded, clocking in at 7:03.


  25. Missing My Baby

    Missing My Baby

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    "Missing My Baby" is a song released by American recording artist Selena on her third studio album Entre a Mi Mundo (1992). It was composed by A.B. Quintanilla III—her brother and principal record producer, whose intention was to showcase Selena's diverse musical abilities. Selena included it on the album to help her cross over into the English-speaking market. Critics praised her emotive enunciation in the song. A posthumous music video made for VH1 was released in 1998 to promote her triple box-set Anthology (1998).


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