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Casey Kasem: America's Top 10 Through Years - The 90's
     

Casey Kasem: America's Top 10 Through Years - The 90's

 
The '90s installment of Casey Kasem's America's Top 10 series sticks firmly to pop favorites of the decade. But that actually makes it stronger, since it would be hard to sync up, say, Amy Grant's bouncy "Baby Baby" with most of the grunge or alternative movements' heavy hitters. Instead, the comp moves

Overview

The '90s installment of Casey Kasem's America's Top 10 series sticks firmly to pop favorites of the decade. But that actually makes it stronger, since it would be hard to sync up, say, Amy Grant's bouncy "Baby Baby" with most of the grunge or alternative movements' heavy hitters. Instead, the comp moves through an engaging mix of adult pop, light club/dance hits, and a few crossovers from the urban charts. There's the two-dimensional groove of C+C Music Factory, Timmy T's cloying high school dance fave "One More Try," and smoother than smooth adult contemporary from Wilson Phillips ("Release Me"), and Taylor Dayne ("Love Will Lead You Back"). En Vogue's "Free Your Mind" roars more than any of the material here, but it fits in nicely with the slow-burning sensuality of the Alannah Myles gem "Black Velvet." Top 10 doesn't travel much deeper than, well, the top ten, but a few of its selections aren't heard as much anymore, granting them deep cut status here. Paula Cole's biggest hit might have been "I Don't Want to Wait," but she first broke through with the dusty Joni Mitchell urgency of "Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?" It's included here alongside the energetic, rustic pop of "Roll to Me," by Glasgow's Del Amitri.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/24/2001
Label:
Top Sail Productions
UPC:
0805667189026
catalogNumber:
71890
Rank:
104855

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Amy Grant   Track Performer
Paula Abdul   Track Performer
Boyz II Men   Track Performer
Taylor Dayne   Track Performer
Divinyls   Track Performer
En Vogue   Track Performer
Meat Loaf   Track Performer
Alannah Myles   Track Performer
Crash Test Dummies   Track Performer
Ace of Base   Track Performer
Paula Cole   Track Performer
DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Amy Grant   Composer
Babyface   Composer
David Foster   Composer
Keith Thomas   Composer
Freedom Williams   Composer
Robert Clivillés   Composer
L.A. Reid   Composer
Daryl Simmons   Composer
Doug Haverty   Art Direction
Chuck Gullo   Executive Producer
Seal Henry Samuel   Composer

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