I missed out on a lot of popular music in the 90s, whether it came from grunge acts or boy bands. I spent some time on alternative pop acts (see Toad the Wet Sprocket, Hootie, Gin Blossom, etc.) but otherwise I spent that decade following my personal faves that were largely out of the mainstream.
That’s why I completely missed out on TLC’s CrazySexyCool, the first-ever album by a girl group to reach Diamond status in the U.S. This R&B smash placed five singles in Billboard’s top five (two at #1) and ultimately sold 15 million copies worldwide.