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Biggest Hits of the '90s According to Billboard

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10. Tag Team, “Whoomp! (There It Is)”
> Entered Hot 100: May 29, 1993
> Peak position on Hot 100: #2 (for 7 weeks)
> Total weeks on Hot 100: 45

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9. Paula Cole, “I Don’t Want To Wait”
> Entered Hot 100: November 1, 1997
> Peak position on Hot 100: #11 (for 1 week)
> Total weeks on Hot 100: 56

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8. Lonestar, “Amazed”
> Entered Hot 100: June 5, 1999
> Peak position on Hot 100: #1 (for 2 weeks)
> Total weeks on Hot 100: 55

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7. Faith Hill, “Breathe”
> Entered Hot 100: November 6, 1999
> Peak position on Hot 100: #2 (for 5 weeks)
> Total weeks on Hot 100: 53

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6. Los Del Rio, “Macarena (Bayside Boys Mix)”
> Entered Hot 100: September 2, 1995
> Peak position on Hot 100: #1 (for 14 weeks)
> Total weeks on Hot 100: 60

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