‘We Are Live’ N°3 – Vintage 90s Music Videos

Green Day, Soup Dragons, Brian May, Deacon Blue, The Charlatans, Blur, Joe Cocker, Guns N’ Roses, U2, Oasis, Billy Idol, The Beautiful South

They are the performers of twelve “live” music videos that were ranked in the UK charts, this week (01/52) BUT … in the Nineties 90s. (Source)

Here, they are reunited in one glorious playlist. Enjoy!

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‘We Are Live’ N°3 – Vintage 90s Music Videos

Tracklist

1 . Green Day – Stuck With Me

Green Day’s “Stuck with Me” was released as a song in 1995 and became a Billboard Hot 100 chart hit in the United States. Billie Joe Armstrong wrote it and Rob Cavallo produced it. It is featured on the album “Insomniac”

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2 . Soup Dragons – Mother Universe

“Mother of the Universe” by Soup Dragons was released in 1992 and Soup Dragons wrote it and The Soup Dragons and Dave Draper produced it. It is featured on the album “Hotwired”

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3 . Brian May – Driven By You

“Driven by You” by Brian May was released as a single in 1991 and became a hit in various countries, including the United Kingdom, where it reached the top ten. Brian May wrote it, May and David Richards produced it and it appears on the album “Back to the Light.”

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4 . Deacon Blue – Queen Of The New Year

“The New Year’s Queen,” the Deacon Blue’s single was released in 1989 and Ricky Ross wrote it, Jonathan Quarmby produced it and it appears on the album “When the World Knows Your Name.”

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5 . The Charlatans – The Only One I Know

The Charlatans’ “The Only One I Know” was released as a single in 1990 and became a hit in the United Kingdom, reaching the top 10. It was written by The Charlatans and produced by John Leckie for the album “Some Friendly.”

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6 . Blur – End Of A Century

“Century’s End,” the Blur’s single was released in 1994 and became a hit in various countries, reaching the top ten in the United Kingdom. Damon Albarn and Graham Coxon wrote it and Stephen Street produced it. It appears on the album “Parklife.”

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7 . Joe Cocker – Let The Healing Begin

Joe Cocker’s “Let the Healing Begin” was released as a song in 1992 and became a hit in numerous countries. Gary Baker, Frank J. Myers and Robert Byrne wrote it and Dave Edmonds produced it. It is on the album “Night Calls

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8 . Guns N’ Roses – Yesterdays

“Yesterdays” by Guns N’ Roses was published in 1993 as a single and became a hit in numerous countries. Axl Rose wrote it, Mike Clink produced it and it appears on the album “Use Your Illusion II.”

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9 . U2 – Who’s Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses

U2’s “Who’s Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses” was released as a single in 1992 and became a hit in numerous countries. It was written by Bono, Adam Clayton, Larry Mullen Jr. and The Edge and was produced by Daniel Lanois and Brian Eno for the album “Achtung Baby.”

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10 . Oasis – Roll With It

“Go with the flow” by Oasis was released as a single in 1995 and became a hit in multiple countries, reaching the top ten in both the United Kingdom and the United States. Noel Gallagher wrote it, Owen Morris produced it and it appears on the album “(What’s the Story) Morning Glory?.”

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11 . Billy Idol – Prodigal Blues

Billy Idol’s “Prodigal Blues” was published as a single in 1991 and became a hit in numerous countries. It was written by Billy Idol and produced by Keith Forsey for the album “Cyberpunk.”

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12 . The Beautiful South – I’ll Sail This Ship Alone

“I’m Going to Sail This Ship Alone” by The Beautiful South was released in 1993. Dave Rotheray and Paul Heaton wrote it, while Paul Heaton and David Rotheray produced it. It can be found on the album “Blue Is the Color”

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