Every so often, there comes a day when a number of releases do well. Record stores often call these days in anticipation, “Super Tuesdays.” Back on this day in 1992 was one of those days. Five albums with songs that got a lot of radio play hit stores.

March 31 back in 1992, Bruce Springsteen released two separate albums, ‘Lucky Town’ and ‘Human Touch’. These two records were not sold together as a double but separate as two different albums. Sort of similar to what Guns N’ Roses did with ‘Use Your Illusion’ I and II. Also on this day back in 1992 ‘Adrenalize’ by Def Leppard was released. Not quite to the level of ‘Hysteria’ in my opinion but still a great pop rock album all the same. Celine Dion's self titled CD which included the theme to Disney's 'Beauty and the Beast' came out on March 31, 1992 as well. To top it off, ‘Totally Krossed Out’ by Kris Kross dropped. This was definitely big day for the music stores.

To bring back the memories I've included most of the hits off of the mentioned releases.