Climbing to #31 in its third week on the Modern Rock chart for the week ending May 23, 1998, "Saint Joe on the School Bus" by Marcy Playground eventually reached #8 and stayed on the chart for 21 weeks.
And in honor of Tina Turner's passing, here are links to three of her songs posted in this thread over the years:
On Wednesday, I posted "Weird Al" Yankovic's "Fat" in the 80s thread. Today, from the album Bad Hair Day, here's "Gump" (a parody of "Lump" by The Presidents of the United States of America, about the film Forrest Gump). This week in 1996, "Gump" climbed to #103 on the Bubbling Under chart, and reached #102 the following week.
As a bonus, from the same album, here's "Weird Al"'s parody of TLC's "Waterfalls" about crank callers, "Phony Calls".
Achieving similar peak positions in both Billboard and Radio and Records, "Blood on the Dance Floor" by Michael Jackson reached #42 on the former's Hot 100 chart and #41 on the latter's pop chart. For the week ending May 31, 1997, "Blood" was down from #48 to #57 in Billboard.
Despite their enduring popularity, Wu-Tang Clan's highest charting single only reached #60 on the Hot 100. For the week ending June 4, 1994, "C.R.E.A.M. (Cash Rules Everything Around Me)" dropped from #81 to #86 in its 13th of 16 weeks on the chart. The song samples "As Long As I've Got You" by soul group The Charmels.
On Sunday I posted a song from Wu-Tang Clan, and today I post one from arguably its most famous member. This week in 1995, while the follow-up single "Shimmy Shimmy Ya" (posted here last year) was at #100 in its fourth week, "Brooklyn Zoo" by Ol' Dirty Bastard was spending its 16th and last week on the Hot 100 at #97, having peaked at #54 in March. WARNING: Lyrics NSFW!
Dropping from the #1 position (where it stayed for two weeks) down to #2 on the Album Rock Tracks chart this week in 1991 was the first single released from Van Halen's album For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge - "Poundcake".
Debuting and peaking at #42 on the Billboard 200 album chart this week in 1999 was Schizophonic by then-former Spice Girl Geri Halliwell. From that album was a song that was "bubbling under" the Hot Dance Music - Club Play chart at #55 that same week (based on the info at Billboard's website), eventually entering the chart two weeks later and reaching #12 - "Look at Me".
Here are two Pink Floyd songs from their 1994 album The Division Bell.
The first one comes from the Hot 100 for July 2 of that year, where "Take It Back" was at its peak position of #73.
The second is from the Album Rock Tracks chart that same week. While the above song was at #4 on the chart (which was also its peak there), "Keep Talking" was down to #21 after having spent a six week stay at #1.