The "Lost 90s' St Cloud Hits is back with Volume #3. If you missed the first two, here's Vol. 1 and Vol. 2.

It is based on all the years of working in radio, clubs, etc. throughout the 90s in Central Minnesota. Once in a while, it will have songs that were not a Top 10 hit or even a Top 20 but was prominent in the St. Cloud area.

 

The Lost 90s: St Cloud Hits You've Forgotten About [Vol. 3]

 

Amy Grant - "Baby, Baby, Baby"

Billboard Hot 100: #1 (1991)

How can this song not make you feel good? Amy Grant was one of the few Christian music artists that crossed over into Top 40 and had success. This song was a big hit in Central Minnesota.

Great YouTube Quote:

"My mom dedicated this song to me. She told me that when she got in the car after leaving the hospital and finding out she was pregnant with me, this was the song playing on the radio. She would sing it all the time throughout my childhood. She was my world." - @caitlintrant92

 


 

Janet Jackson - "That's The Way Love Goes"

Billboard Hot 100: #1 (1993)

It feels very strange putting a song on this list from an artist like Janet. A music superstar that has more hit songs, ON ONE ALBUM, than most could hope for in their musical life. But that's the weird phenomenon about Janet. Very few of her songs get played anymore. This is an artist with TEN #1 songs and more Top 20 songs than you have fingers and toes.

 

Great YouTube Quote:

Literally EVERYgirl wanted to be Janet Jackson. She changed the game & her style was amazing! I miss the 90s - Rebecca A

 


 

The Wallflowers - "6th Ave Heartache"

Billboard Hot 100: #33 (1996)

I distinctly remember thinking, when I heard there was a song by Bob Dylan's kid, 'Oh, I wonder how crappy this going to be?' It wasn't crappy at all. He had a slight Bob sound but distinctly enough his own to not be too noticeable. Then adding Adam Duritz, from the Counting Crows, in the background along with Jacob's voice made it even better. I still love this song.

Great YouTube Quote:

Weirdly, I woke up this morning with this song in my head-- I mean it was playing in my head as if I were listening to it on headphones! And I haven't (consciously) listened to it in years! Every note and chord and word was crystal-clear, like it was being broadcast into my brain. I even remember thinking, in my sleep, "Hey, Adam Duritz ! His background vocals are amazing!" Creepy. (But creepy-good; I love this song.) - bizarrebehavior1974

 


 

 

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