Last in Line

This week’s music was brought to you by the September 22, 2001 Billboard Hot 100 chart. Our playlist started off strong with “The Rock Show” by blink-182, which is easily my favorite song from this week. There were plenty of pop culture icons featured, including but not limited to: Mariah Carey, Usher, and the Backstreet […]

This week we listened to songs from the bottom of the September 6th, 1986 Billboard Hot 100 chart. We got a mixture of rock metal that the 80s are known for with laid-back, synth-filled heartbreak songs. This was also the week that “You Give Love a Bad Name” by Bon Jovi first entered the charts, […]

This week we listened to some songs from the bottom of the August 8, 1964 Billboard Hot 100 Chart. The songs were mainly for easy listening with the ongoing theme being a longing for love. There were a few upbeat songs sprinkled in here and there. Some of my favorites include “Haunted House” by Gene […]

This week we jumped into songs from March 12, 2011. Country, again, dominated the bottom of the charts. We heard songs from big names like Rascal Flatts, Luke Bryan, and Ronnie Dunn. It wasn’t all country, though. We had some of pop’s greatest hits like “Price Tag” by Jessie J, “Set Fire to The Rain” […]

This week’s Billboard chart was from November 2, 1974. The songs were very distinctly from the middle of the funk decade, with songs from infamous names like The Jackson 5, The Isley Brothers, and Blue Swede. Some favorites of mine were Clap for the Wolfman by The Guess Who and Sexy Ida (Part 1) by […]

This week we listened to some songs from the bottom of the June 7th, 2008 Billboard Hot 100 chart. While pop and R&B were dominating the top of the chart, country took the cake at the bottom. We heard some of Taylor Swift’s first charting songs, along with underrated tracks from big names like Rihanna […]

This episode’s playlist came from the bottom 25 songs of the Billboard Hot 100 for the week of March 28, 1992. Each and every song was oh, so ’90s, whether it be the lasting influence of ’80s heavy metal or the steady resurgence of R&B and Hip Hop. The standout tracks I recommend giving a […]

The christening episode of Last in Line played tracks from the bottom 25 songs off the Billboard Hot 100 for the week of February 16, 1980. The music was full of funk and soft rock influences from the ’70s, with the classic ’80s synth sprinkled in now and then. I also shared a few notable […]


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