Monthly Archives: July 2013

Mariah Carey – Emotions

First Hit #1: October 12, 1991 Mariah Carey’s second album Emotions was released on September 17, 1991. It probably should have been released later. It’s not because it’s ahead of its time, or because Emotions was too cutting edge for … Continue reading

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Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch feat. Loleatta Holloway – Good Vibrations

First Hit #1: October 5, 1991 The credit for Good Vibrations starts with Marky Mark. Then, you get the Funky Bunch, though I’m not entirely sure what they do, maybe play keyboards or do interpretive dance. Then, last, you get … Continue reading

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Color Me Badd – I Adore Mi Amor

First Hit #1: September 21, 1991 Give credit where credit is due, Color Me Badd can harmonize. The guy with the mustache can’t dress himself, but they actually make the chorus kind of interesting just because their voices are very … Continue reading

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Paula Abdul – Promise of a New Day

First Hit #1: September 14, 1991 Promise of a New Day has one of the worst music videos I’ve ever seen. Never mind the stretched out image, which was rumored to be done in order to make Paula Abdul look … Continue reading

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Bryan Adams – (Everything I Do) I Do It For You

First Hit #1: July 27, 1991 Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves was a huge hit, the second highest grossing film of 1991. Yet, the film is mostly remembered for Kevin Costner’s inability to hold an accent. Bryan Adams had one … Continue reading

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EMF – Unbelievable

First Hit #1: July 20, 1991 Unbelievable has been reduced to the chorus by now, even if there’s slightly more to the song than that. It’s not a lot more to the song, but the part where the music drops … Continue reading

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Paula Abdul – Rush Rush

First Hit #1: June 15, 1991 Paula Abdul also decided to do a ballad in 1991, which was a break from her normal singles. The difference between Paula Abdul and Extreme is that a Paula Abdul ballad isn’t actually a … Continue reading

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