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Blind Melon vs The Bee Girl [December 5, 1993]

Don't Look Any Further, and one of pop's lesser known queens [November 28, 1993]

Did Runaway Train help find any missing kids? [November 21, 1993]

How was Mariah Carey linked to the Mafia? [November 14, 1993]

Johnny Rotten vs John Lydon on Leftfield's 'Open Up' [November 7, 1993]

Alicia Silverstone was The Aerosmith Girl and people were weird about it [October 31, 1993]

What happened to Meat Loaf's money? [October 24, 1993]

The Lemonheads visit Yorkshire's secret School of Rock [October 10, 1993]

Take That, 'Relight My Fire' and Lulu's long path to victory [October 3, 1993]

Will Smith's career goes Boom! [September 26, 1993]

'Creep' is the skeleton in Radiohead's closet [September 19, 1993]

The queer utopia of Go West [September 12, 1993]

Nirvana's Heart-Shaped Box launches Grunge Phase 2 [September 5, 1993]

'River of Dreams' is Billy Joel's resignation letter [August 22, 1993]

'Cannonball' by The Breeders is the ultimate quiet/loud song [August 15, 1993]

'Living On My Own' celebrates Freddie Mercury's fun side [August 8, 1993]

Daniel O'Donnell, king of the Irish soft boys [August 1, 1993]

Cypress Hill bring the N-Word to FM radio [July 25, 1993]

Paul Weller takes Britpop in a new direction [July 18, 1993]

'What's Up?' is a protest song about nothing [July 4, 1993]

Do 'Dreams' really come true, Gabrielle? [June 27, 1993]

'No Ordinary Love', Indecent Proposal, and Sexy Date Movies [June 20, 1993]

'What Is Love' makes the shareholders happy [June 13, 1993]

'Two Princes' is the Gen X trolley problem [May 23, 1993]

Were Ace of Base secretly Nazis? [May 16, 1993]

Janet Jackson crowned Queen with 'That's The Way Love Goes' [May 9, 1993]

Eurovision 1993, live from "a cowshed in Ireland" [May 2, 1993]

May 1993 preview

'Regret' maintains New Order's good name [April 25, 1993]

Sub Sub's miraculous escape from the 90s [April 18, 1993]

'Everybody Hurts' fills a gap in our lives [April 11, 1993]

Bowie is reborn again with 'Jump They Say' [April 4, 1993]

April 1993 preview

'Show Me Love' and the Harper Lee of House Music [March 28, 1993]

'Informer' by Snow gets the white rapper backlash [March 21, 1993]

'Screamager' is the Therapy we need [March 14, 1993]

Suede launch Britpop with 'Animal Nitrate' [March 7, 1993]

Shaggy's 'Oh Carolina' sparks a Reggae-naissance [February 28, 1993]

"Killing In The Name" rages against all the machines [February 21, 1993]

Annie Lennox's "Love Song for a Vampire" revives an old monster [February 14, 1993]

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No Lyrics, No Problem for 2 Unlimited [February 7, 1993]

"Ordinary World" gets Duran Duran back on Top Of The Pops [January 31, 1993]

Should "Mr. Wendal" be cancelled? [January 24, 1993]

Paul McCartney vs. pop's biggest conspiracy theory [January 17, 1993]

The Frank & Walters lead an Irish mini-invasion [Jan 10, 1993]

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