20. The Rembrandts
"Just the Way It Is, Baby" (1990, Number 14) and "I'll Be There for You" (1995, Number 17)
It may have only brushed the lower reaches of the Top 20, but Phil Solem and Danny Wilde's 1995 single "I'll Be There for You" is probably one of the most ubiquitous Nineties pop songs in existence, thanks to its prominent placement in first 46 seconds of carefree ensemble comedy Friends – a syndication staple that's probably playing somewhere right now. The handclap-filled pep-popper presents a stark contrast to the L.A.-based duo's first hit, the breezy (and Squeeze-y) "Just The Way It Is, Baby," an ode to unrequited love marked by Solem and Wilde's wistful harmonies.