One Hot Wonder Wednesday: The 90s on the Night Shift
Craig Alan plays you those memorable songs from the 90s that were never followed up with another hit. It's a One Hit Wonder Wednesday: 90s style on K102.5.
The decade began with the Fall of the Berlin Wall and ended with the rise of Napster. As Sammy Sosa and Mark McGwire chased the home run record, kids played on their Game Boys. Operation: Desert Storm in Iraq and Kuwait was no game as "human shields" entered our vocabulary. Tech companies grew to dominate as the internet started to become a daily part of our life in the 1990s. Here are some of the songs that made up the soundtrack of the Clinton years that you will hear tonight on a One Hit Wonder Wednesday: The 90s,
Sinead O'Connor | Nothing Compares 2 U
We're sure you remember the haircut and Sinead's haunting version of this Prince song. Remember when she tore up the Pope's picture on Saturday Night Live?
Lou Bega | Mambo #5
The first 4 weren't good enough and, apparently neither was anything after this as Lou Bega was never heard from again. A little bit of Monica is all we get.
Chumbawumba | Tubthumping
Not only is the band name fun to say (just try it, right now), this band always reminds up of Weebles. Twenty-three years later, we still don't know what "tubthumping" is.
Haddaway | What Is Love
This became a hit all over again thanks to A Night at the Roxbury.
Listen for these songs and more and enjoy the 1990s edition of One Hit Wonder Wednesday on the Night Shift with Craig Alan on K102.5