Bryan Adams to Michael Bolton: No.1 Songs from 1991

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Bryan Adams performs at the Ahoy hal in Rotterdam, Netherlands on Nov. 13, 1991. 

We'll breakdown 1991, but you can relive all the Hot 100's number one hits year by year:

A number of 1991 tracks that reigned in the top of the Hot 100 became cemented in popular culture as some of the most infamous songs that defined the decade—some because of their danceability and others because of their sheer ridiculousness. Tracks like these, including iconic hits from Michael Bolton and Bryan Adams, killed the charts in '91, and somehow seamlessly continue to seep into culture today as signifiers of this strange period at the end of the century.

Scroll through to take a trip down memory lane and listen/dance to these totally rad '90s hits.

Madonna, "Justify My Love"

 

Janet Jackson, "Love Will Never Do (Without You)"

 

Surface, "The First Time"

 

C+C Music Factory, "Gotta Make You Sweat"

 

Whitney Houston, "All the Man That I Need"

 

Mariah Carey, "Someday"

 

Timmy T, "One More Try"

 

Gloria Estefan, "Coming Out of the Dark"

 

Londonbeat, "I've Been Thinking About You"

 

Wilson Phillips, "You're in Love"

 

Amy Grant, "Baby Baby"

 

Roxette, "Joyride"

 

Hi-Five, "I Like the Way (the Kissing Game)"

 

Mariah Carey, "I Don't Want to Cry"

 

Extreme, "More Than Words"

 

Paula Abdul, "Rush Rush"

 

EMF, " Unbelievable"

 

Bryan Adams, "(Everything I Do) I Do it For You (From Robin Hood)"

 

Paula Abdul, "The Promise of a New Day"

 

Color Me Badd, "I Adore Mi Amor"

 

Marky Mark, "Good Vibrations"

 

Mariah Carey, "Emotions"

 

Karyn White, "Romantic"

 

Prince and the N.P.G., "Cream"

 

Michael Bolton, "When a Man Loves a Woman"

 

P.M. Dawn, "Set Adrift on Memory Bliss"

 

Michael Jackson, "Black or White"