MMM I Like That Song, Who Is it By?

(antiMusic) Chicago radio listeners unwittingly became hardcore Hanson fans. Tis true, a alternative rock DJ felt that the much hated MMMBoppers have been given a raw deal and that if people were able to hear the new music alone without the image and historical boyband baggage, they would in fact take the band seriously. Turns out he was right.

Billboard reports: Listeners tuning in to Chicago alternative rock station WKQX (Q101) on August 9 heard a catchy, guitar-driven track called "The Great Divide," followed by an announcement that the song was produced by a "mystery artist." It quickly became the most-requested song on the station and was put into power rotation by the programming department.

After three weeks of speculation, a DJ finally revealed the secret: The band behind the alt-rock hit was none other than Hanson, a trio of brothers best known for their pop-rock song "MMMBop," which topped the Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks in 1997. - more on this story

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