Bush, Brandy, and Boyz on the side

Smith, Ethan
April 1995
Entertainment Weekly;4/14/95, Issue 270, p64
Features comments from music directors at three United States radio stations on their top singles as of April 14, 1995 and predictions of future hits. WAXQ in New York; Corrosion of Conformity's `Clean My Wounds'; Mad Season's `Lifeless Dead'; KZSU at Stanford; `Nim,' by Ragady Anne; `Gong Gong,' by Sportsguitar; KIKI in Honolulu; `Red Light Special,' by TLC; `Baby,' by Brandy; More.


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