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Buffalo’s Goo Goo Dolls have scored a hat trick.

Billboard magazine this week released its “Top 100” Pops Chart songs from 1992 to this year, which this fall marks its 20th anniversary of the revamped radio airplay chart.

The Goos made the chart three times, including the top spot, with “Iris,” a love song written for the “City of Angels” soundtrack in 1998.

The other charting Goos songs included 1995’s “Name,” which came in at No. 24 and “Slide” from 1999, which landed at the No. 9 spot.
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