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Decades: 90’s: 1991’s Top Songs, Movies TV Shows, Sporting Events And More

By on July 27, 2014


Decades: 90’s: 1991’s Top Songs, Movies TV Shows, Sporting Events And More

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TOP SONGS
1. Baby Baby – Amy Grant
2. Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) – C&C Music Factory
3. I Like The Way (The Kissing Game) – Hi-Five
4. More Than Words – Extreme
5. Unbelievable – EMF
6. 3 A.M. Eternal – The KLF
7. High Enough – Damn Yankees
8. Right Here, Right Now – Jesus Jones
9. Hold You Tight – Tara Kemp
10. I Adore Mi Amor – Color Me Badd

TOP ALBUMS
Gonna Make You Sweat – C&C Music Factory
Luck of the Draw – Bonnie Raitt
Mariah Carey – Mariah Carey
Rhythm of the Saints – Paul Simon
The Immaculate Collection – Madonna)
Use Your illusion I – Guns N’ Roses
Use Your illusion II – Guns N’ Roses
Wilson Phillips – Wilson Phillips

GRAMMY WINNERS
Album of the Year: Unforgettable, Natalie Cole with Nat King Cole
Best New Artist: Marc Cohn
Best Pop Duo or Group: “Losing My Religion,” R.E.M.
Best Pop Female Vocal: “Something to Talk About,” Bonnie Raitt
Best Pop Male Vocal: “When a Man Loves a Woman,” Michael Bolton
Best Rock Duo or Group: “Good Man, Good Woman,” Bonnie Raitt and Delbert McClinton
Best Rock Solo: Luck of the Draw, Bonnie Raitt
Best Rock Song: “Soul Cages,” Sting
Record of the Year: “Unforgettable,” Natalie Cole with Nat King Cole
Song of the Year: “Unforgettable”

MUSIC VIDEO OF THE YEAR – R.E.M. – Losing My Religion

R.E.M. – Music – More Music Videos

TOP MOVIES
1 Terminator 2: Judgment Day TriS $204,843,345
2 Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves WB $165,493,908
3 Beauty and the Beast BV $145,863,363
4 The Silence of the Lambs Orion $130,742,922
5 City Slickers Col. $124,033,791
6 Hook TriS $119,654,823
7 The Addams Family Par. $113,502,426
8 Sleeping with the Enemy Fox $101,599,000
9 Father of the Bride BV $89,325,780
10 The Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear Par. $86,930,411

OTHER RELEASES
Backdraft / Boyz ‘N the Hood / Bugsy / Don’t Tell Mom The Babysitter’s Dead / JFK
FX 2 – The Deadly Art Of Illusion / Fried Green Tomatoes / My Own Private Idaho
New Jack City / Out For Justice / The Fisher King / The Smell Of Fear
Thelma and Louise / Toy Soldiers

ACADEMY AWARD WINNERS
Best Actor: Anthony Hopkins: The Silence of the Lambs
Best Actress: Jodie Foster: The Silence of the Lamb
Best Director: Jonathan Demme: The Silence of the Lambs
Best Picture: Edward Saxon, Kenneth Utt, Ronald M. Bozman: The Silence of the Lambs (DVD)
Best Supporting Actor: Jack Palance: City Slickers
Best Supporting Actress: Mercedes Ruehl: The Fisher King

TOP TV SHOWS
60 Minutes / Roseanne / Murphy Brown / Cheers / Home Improvement / Coach / Designing Women
Full House / Murder She Wrote / Unsolved Mysteries / Major Dad / Room For Two
NFL Monday Night Football / The CBS Monday Night MOvie / Evening Shade / A Different World
Northern Exposure / The Cosby Show / Wings / Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air

EMMY AWARD WINNERS
Drama
Best Drama – Northern Exposure (CBS)
Best Actor – Christopher Lloyd, Avonlea
Best Actress – Dana Delany, China Beach
Supporting Actor – Richard Dysart, L.A. Law
Supporting Actress – Valerie Mahaffey, Northern Exposure

Comedy
Best Comedy – Murphy Brown (CBS)
Best Actor – Craig T. Nelson, Coach
Best Actress – Candice Bergen, Murphy Brown
Supporting Actor – Michael Jeter, Evening Shade
Supporting Actress – Laurie Metcalf, Roseanne
Best Variety- The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (NBC)

SPORTS
Kentucky Derby Winner: Strike the Gold Jockey: C. Antley Trainer: N. Zito Brophy, Condren, Cornacchia

Football
Superbowl XXVI : WASHINGTON 37 – Buffalo 24

Pro MVP: Thurman Thomas, Buffalo, RB & Barry Sanders, Detroit, RB

College Football: Miami-FL

Heisman Trophy: Desmond Howard, Michigan, WR

Rose Bowl: Washington 34, Michigan 14
Orange Bowl: Miami-FL 22, Nebraska 0
Cotton Bowl: Florida St. 10, Texas A&M 2
Sugar Bowl: Notre Dame 39, Florida 28

Basketball
NBA Championship
Winner: CHICAGO 4-1 (LWWWW) – Coach: Phil Jackson
Opposing Team: LA Lakers – Coach: Mike Dunleavy

NBA MVP: Michael Jordan, Chicago, G Ave Score: 31.5

NCAA National Champions: Duke 32-7 – Coach: Mike Krzyzewski

Baseball
World Series
Winner: Minnesota 4-3 (WWLLLWW) – Coach: Tom Kelly
Opposing Team: ATLANTA BRAVES – Coach: Bobby Cox

National League
MVP: Terry Pendleton, Atl – 3B
Rookie of the Year: Jeff Bagwell, Hou. – OF

American League
MVP: Cal Ripken Jr., Bal – SS
Rookie of the Year: Chuck Knoblauch, Min – 2B

TOP NEWS STORIES
UN Launches Massive Air Assault On Iraqi Troops Lead by US Missiles

UN Ground Troops Lead By U.S. Military Liberate Kuwait In 100 Hours

LA Police Officers Beat Motorist, Caught On Videotape and indicted for the beating of Rodney King

Boris Yeltson Elected Russian President

Jeffery Dahmer Arrested for Serial Killings And Cannibalism

Magic Johnson Announces He Is HIV Positive.

Terry Anderson, Last US Hostage In Lebanon Is Released

Bush is briefly hospitalized for heart irregularity

Slovenia and Croatia declare Independence from Yugoslavia

Gulf War broadcast live on TV

Federal Reserve lowers interest to 5.5%

Judge Clarence Thomas-Anita Hill Hearings are televised

Jay Leno succeeds Johnny Carson

Dallas ends after 13 seasons

The Firm is a best seller and later become a feature film.

Nolan Ryan pitches another no-hitter, his 7th at 44 years of age.

“Smart” bombs have 90% Accuracy in Gulf War

FDA questions the safety of silicone breast implants

Elizabeth Taylor marries her eighth husband, Larry Fortensky 39.

Motorola introduces a new light cell phone, 7.7 oz (about 1/2 lb)

Green Tea is reported to contain a powerful anticancer agent.

Ad for Lexus: “If you weren’t Spoiled as a Child, Here’s a Second Chance.”

McDonald’s comes out with the McLean hamburger

Michael Jackson signs a $1.1 billion contract with Sony.

A sheet of the first printing of the Declaration of Independence found at a flea market in the backing of a painting sells for $2.4 million.

George Forman 42, earns $12.5 million as he loses to Evander Holyfield

The TV show “Studs” raises controversy about tastelessness

Terminator 2 is the most expensive movie ever made costing over $100 Million.

President: George Bush
Vice President: Dan Quayle

Population: 252,127,402
Life expectancy: 75.5 years

Dow-Jones
High: 3,169
Low: 2,470

Federal spending: $1323.63 billion
Federal debt: $3598.5 billion
Inflation: 4.2%
Consumer Price Index: 136.2
Unemployment: 5.6%

Prices
Cost of a new home: $147,200.00
Cost of a new car: $
Median Household Income: $30,126.00
Cost of a first-class stamp: $0.25 ($0.29 as of 2/3/91)
Cost of a gallon of regular gas: $1.14
Cost of a dozen eggs: $1.01
Cost of a gallon of Milk: $2.80

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