Five Songs from 1997 You May Have Forgotten
I've been feeling pretty nostalgic lately, and while digging through boxes I stumbled onto some mixtapes that I made back in the '90s.
With a little bit of research, er ... Googling, I discovered that I must have made it back in 1997. Here are five songs from 1997 that I had forgotten.
1. Hanson - 'I Will Come to You'
You might first remember Hanson for their song 'MmmBop,' but their album 'Middle of Nowhere' released in 1997 actually spawned five singles including: 'I Will Come to You,' 'Where is the Love,' 'Weird,' and 'Thinking of You.'
2. Aerosmith - 'Pink'
Aerosmith has been making music since 1970, and in 1997 they released their first album in 15 years, 'Nine Lives,' and it went to #1 on the Billboard Chart. The song, 'Pink,' won a grammy in '97 for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal, and the video got the group a 'Moon Man' winning MTV Video Music Award for Best Rock Video in 1998.
3. Robyn - 'Show Me Love'
4. The Mighty Mighty Bosstones - 'The Impression That I Get'
I fell in love with this band listening to the 'Clueless' Soundtrack, which featured 'Where'd You Go?' Radio introduced me to 'The Impression That I Get' found on their album 'Let's Face It.'
5. R. Kelly - 'Gotham City'
Batman and Robin was a big movie when it debuted, and then not so much. The soundtrack, however, was certified platinum by the RIAA and featured not only 'Gotham City,' songs from Jewel, The Smashing Pumpkins and The Goo Goo Dolls.