HansonHanson, a bubblegum pop band of the 1990s, was formed in Tulsa, Oklahoma by brothers Clarke Isaac Hanson (b. November 17, 1980), Jordan Taylor Hanson (b. March 14, 1983) and Zachary Walker Hanson (b. October 22, 1985).
Hanson was a melodic band that evoked memories of 1980s pop.
As young children, the Hansons lived in Trinidad and Tobago, Ecuador and Venezuela due to their father's job. There, they grew up listening to a Tim/Life1950s1960sLatin American1992Mercury Records.
The album's title song, "MMMBop" debuted at number 16 in the United States, reaching #1 in both the US and the UK and staying over two months in the top spot in AUS. The group was heavily featured in teen magazines, such as Tiger Beat, and found a wide following among teen and pre-teen girls. The album's second single, "Where's the Love?" followed "MMMBop" to the top of the charts.
Since then, follow up albums have failed to match the success of MMMBop; they were caught up in the backlash against boy bands, and faced increased competition from market powerhouses like The Backstreet Boys and NSYNC. They have a loyal online following, and continue to write and record new material.
Website Rockonthenet.com, [, listed their song MMMBop as the 28th greatest song of all times.
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