Electronic_Music_Videos

Music Video - Adventures Of Stevie V. - Body Language [1990] - Chart Positions: GBR:29 | NLD:14 | IRL:23 | NZL:40 - The Adventures of Stevie V was a British dance music act from Bedfordshire, England. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, they scored several hits on the UK Singles Chart and the US Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart, most notably with the song "Dirty Cash (Money Talks)".

Music Video - Depeche Mode - Enjoy The Silence [1990] - Chart Positions: GBR: 6 | USA: 8 | DEU: 2 | AUT:13 | CHE: 2 | FRA: 9 | NLD: 5 | BEL: 4 | ESP: 1 | ITA: 5 | IRL: 3 | SWE: 5 | FIN: 3 | DNK: 1 | CAN:14 | AUS:71 | NZL:40 - "Enjoy the Silence" is a song by English electronic music band Depeche Mode. Recorded in 1989, it was released as the second single from their seventh studio album, Violator (1990), on 16 January 1990. The single is Gold certificated in the US and Germany. The song won Best British Single at the 1991 BRIT Awards.

Music Video - Betty Boo - Doin' The Do [1990] - Chart Positions: GBR: 7 | USA:90 | NLD: 9 | BEL: 8 | IRL: 9 | AUS: 3 | NZL: 4 - Alison Moira Clarkson (* 6. March 1970 in Kensington, London), better known as Betty Boo, is an English singer, songwriter and pop rap artist. She first came to mainstream prominence in the late 1980s following a collaboration with The Beatmasters on the song "Hey DJ (I Can't Dance To That Music You're Playing)". Between 1990 and 1992 she had a successful solo career, which spawned a number of chart-placing singles, most notably "Doin' the Do", "Where Are You Baby?", and "Let Me Take You There".

Music Video - Adamski - Killer [1990] - Chart Positions: GBR: 1 | DEU: 2 | AUT:11 | CHE:15 | NLD: 2 | BEL: 1 | ESP:15 | IRL: 5 | SWE: 5 | FIN:14 | AUS:112 | NZL: 29 | ZWE: 1 - "Killer" is a song by British acid house DJ and record producer Adamski. Written by Adamski and Seal and produced by Adamski, "Killer" was Adamski's breakthrough single, but is now more notable for featuring Seal as a vocalist. A major hit in the United Kingdom, it reached number one, spending four weeks at the top of the UK Singles Chart in May and June 1990. In total, the single sold over 400,000 copies in the UK, earning it a BPI Gold certification. The song also peaked at number one in Belgium and Zimbabwe, and at number 2 in Germany and the Netherlands.

Music Video - Propaganda - Heaven Give Me Words [1990] - Chart Positions: GBR:36 | DEU:40 | NLD:43 | SWE:13 - Propaganda are a German synthpop group, formed in 1982.

Music Video - Technotronic - Get Up! (Before the Night Is Over) [1990] - Chart Positions: GBR: 2 | USA: 7 | DEU: 2 | AUT: 2 | CHE: 1 | FRA: 2 | NLD: 2 | BEL: 1 | ESP: 1 | ITA: 6 | IRL: 2 | SWE: 4 | NOR: 6 | FIN: 1 | CAN:10 | AUS: 7 | NZL: 7 | Eurochart Hot 100: 1 | PRT: 3 | ZWE: 1 - "Get Up! (Before the Night Is Over)" is a 1990 song recorded by Belgian group Technotronic featuring Ya Kid K. It was the second single from the band's debut album Pump Up the Jam: The Album on which it features as the second track, and was released in 1990. It was very successful in many countries, becoming a top ten hit in Australia, Canada, and U.S. and across many countries in Europe, topping the chart in Belgium, Finland, Spain and Switzerland.

Music Video - Jean-Michel Jarre - Calypso [1990] - Chart Positions: GBR:91 | FRA:34 - Jean-Michel André Jarre (* 24. August 1948) is a French composer, performer and record producer. He is a pioneer in the electronic, ambient and new-age genres, and known for organising outdoor spectacles featuring his music, vast laser displays and fireworks.

Music Video - C+C Music Factory - Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) [1990] - Chart Positions: GBR: 3 | USA: 1 | DEU: 1 | AUT: 1 | CHE: 1 | FRA:43 | NLD: 1 | BEL: 3 | ESP: 2 | ITA:26 | IRL:13 | SWE: 5 | NOR: 5 | FIN: 8 | DNK: 8 | CAN: 6 | AUS: 3 | NZL: 2 | Eurochart Hot 100: 2 | GRC: 2 | ISL: 6 - "Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)" is a hit song by American dance group C+C Music Factory. It was released in late 1990 as the lead single from the album, Gonna Make You Sweat. The song charted internationally and achieved great success in the United States, Austria, Germany, the Netherlands and Switzerland where it reached number one on the charts.

Accolades:
- 2000 - VH1 - "100 Greatest Dance Songs" (United States) - Rank: 9
- 2007 - VH1 - "100 Greatest Songs of the 90s" (United States) - Rank: 36
- 2011 - MTV Dance - "The 100 Biggest 90's Dance Anthems of All Time" (United Kingdom) - Rank: 35
- 2013 - Vibe - "Before EDM: 30 Dance Tracks From The '90s That Changed The Game" (United States) - Rank: 26
- 2017 - BuzzFeed - "The 101 Greatest Dance Songs Of the '90s" (United States) - Rank: 12
- 2018 - ThoughtCo - "The Best 100 Songs From the 1990s" (United States) - Rank: 74

Music Video - Beats International - Dub Be Good To Me [1990] - Chart Positions: GBR: 1 | USA:76 | DEU: 4 | AUT: 2 | CHE: 6 | FRA:19 | NLD: 2 | BEL: 5 | ESP: 5 | ITA:24 | IRL: 4 | SWE:10 | NOR:10 | AUS:12 | NZL: 6 | Eurochart Hot 100: 3 | GRC: 2 - "Dub Be Good To Me" is a 1990 single by British dub group Beats International featuring singer Lindy Layton, released on 29 January 1990. It was a #1 hit in the United Kingdom, and hit #1 on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play in the United States. It is generally considered the band's signature song.

"Dub Be Good to Me" was written by Beats International frontman Norman Cook. It interprets The SOS Band's "Just Be Good to Me" (1983), which it is named after. It also samples the songs "The Guns of Brixton" by The Clash, the Once Upon a Time in the West theme by Ennio Morricone, and the song "Jam Hot" by Johnny Dynell.

In November 2011 MTV Dance ranked "Dub Be Good to Me" at No. 59 in their list of "The 100 Biggest 90's Dance Anthems Of All Time".

Music Video - KLF - What Time Is Love? (Live at Trancentral) [1990] - Chart Positions: GBR: 5 | DEU: 6 | AUT:23 | CHE:23 | FRA:29 | NLD:15 | BEL:31 | SWE:14 | FIN:14 | AUS:73 | NZL:44 - "What Time Is Love?" is a song released, in different mixes, as a series of singles by the band The KLF. It featured prominently and repeatedly in their output from 1988 to 1992 and, under the moniker of 2K, in 1997. In its original form, the track was an instrumental techno anthem; subsequent reworkings, with vocals and additional instrumentation, yielded the international hit singles "What Time Is Love? (Live at Trancentral)" (1990) and "America: What Time Is Love?" (1991).

Music Video - Guru Josh - Infinity [1989] - Chart Positions: GBR: 5 | DEU: 2 | AUT: 5 | CHE: 4 | NLD: 3 | BEL: 2 | ESP: 1 | IRL: 8 | NOR: 5 | FIN:11 | AUS: 4 - "Infinity", also known as "Infinity (1990's... Time for the Guru)", is a song by British acid house musician Guru Josh. It was originally released in December 1989 as the lead single from his debut album of the same name. The song was re-released in 2008 in a remixed version called "Infinity 2008".

Music Video - Age Of Love - Age Of Love [1990] - Age of Love was an Italian trance project consisting of the two music producers Bruno Sanchioni and Giuseppe Cherchia. "Age of Love" is the 1990 self-titled track by the Age of Love. It is notable as an early popular example of trance music.

Music Video - Inner City - Whatcha Gonna Do With My Lovin' [1989] - Chart Positions: GBR:12 | USA:76 | NLD:12 | BEL:22 | IRL:24 | AUS:86 - "What Cha' Gonna Do with My Lovin" is a 1979 single by Stephanie Mills. In 1989, the song was recorded by American dance group Inner City. It was the group's fifth single and their fifth consecutive UK top 20 hit, reaching No. 12. Along with "Good Life", this is the only other Inner City song to make the Billboard Hot 100 chart, peaking at No. 76. While all the group's previous singles had topped the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart in the US, this was the first not to do so, although it still reached No. 8.

Music Video - Soul II Soul - Get A Life [1989] - Chart Positions: GBR: 3 | USA:54 | DEU: 6 | AUT: 8 | CHE:12 | NLD: 2 | BEL:14 | IRL: 6 | SWE: 7 | NOR: 5 | CAN:84 | AUS:38 | NZL: 5 - Soul II Soul are a British musical group formed in London in 1988. They won two Grammy Awards, and have been nominated for five Brit Awards - twice for Best British Group.

Music Video - Betty Boo And The Beatmasters - Hey DJ (I Can't Dance To That Music You're Playing) [1989] - Chart Positions: GBR: 7 | DEU:93 | NLD:14 | BEL:35 | IRL:17 | AUS:88 | NZL:10 - Alison Moira Clarkson (* 6. March 1970 in Kensington, London), better known as Betty Boo, is an English singer, songwriter and pop rap artist. She first came to mainstream prominence in the late 1980s following a collaboration with The Beatmasters on the song "Hey DJ (I Can't Dance To That Music You're Playing)". Between 1990 and 1992 she had a successful solo career, which spawned a number of chart-placing singles, most notably "Doin' the Do", "Where Are You Baby?", and "Let Me Take You There".

Music Video - Cappella - House Energy Revenge [1989] - Chart Positions: GBR:73 - Cappella is an Italian techno music group formed in 1987 by producer Gianfranco Bortolotti. The act went through a number of line-up changes over the years but was most successful in the early 1990s when it was fronted by British performers Kelly Overett and Rodney Bishop.

Music Video - Sybil - Don't Make Me Over [1989] - Chart Positions: GBR:19 | USA:20 | DEU:40 | NLD:48 | CAN:58 | AUS:144 | NZL: 1 - Sybil Lynch, known simply as Sybil,[1] is an American R&B and pop singer–songwriter. Sybil gained notable success in her career with songs during the mid-1980s into the mid-1990s. She is the cousin of former En Vogue singer Maxine Jones.

Music Video - Westbam - Hold Me Back [1989] - Chart Positions: GBR:78 - WestBam (* 4. March 1965 in Münster, Westphalia; Maximilian Lenz) is a German DJ, musician, label owner, former organizer of Mayday and author. The origin of his DJ moniker Westbam is a homage to Afrika Bambaataa, thus Westphalia Bambaataa.

Music Video - Electronic - Getting Away With It [1989] - Chart Positions: GBR:12 | USA:38 | CAN:33 | AUS:40 | NZL:32 - "Getting Away With It" is the first single by the English band Electronic, which comprised Bernard Sumner of New Order, ex-Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr, and guesting vocalist Neil Tennant of Pet Shop Boys.

Music Video - Depeche Mode - Personal Jesus [1989] - Chart Positions: GBR:13 | USA:28 | DEU: 5 | CHE: 5 | FRA:27 | NLD:62 | ESP: 3 | ITA: 3 | IRL: 7 | SWE:17 | FIN: 9 | DNK:15 | CAN:44 | AUS:134 | NZL:14 - "Personal Jesus" is a song by the English electronic band Depeche Mode, released on 28. August 1989 as the lead single from their seventh album, Violator (1990). In 2004, "Personal Jesus" was ranked No. 368 in Rolling Stone's list of "The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time",[8] and in September 2006 it was voted as one of the "100 Greatest Songs Ever" in Q magazine.

Music Video - Inner City - Ain't Nobody Better [1989] - Chart Positions: GBR:10 | DEU:21 | CHE: 9 | NLD:26 | BEL:25 | ITA:18 | IRL:24 | FIN: 9 | AUS:67 | NZL:40 - "Ain't Nobody Better" is a song by American house/techno group Inner City. The single was the third consecutive number one on the dance charts. The single also made it into the top ten on the UK singles chart.

Music Video - 808 State - Pacific 707 [1989] - Chart Positions: GBR:10 | IRL:17 | AUS:82 - 808 State are an English electronic music group formed in 1987 in Manchester, taking their name from the Roland TR-808 drum machine. They were formed by Graham Massey, Martin Price and Gerald Simpson, and they released their debut album, Newbuild, in September 1988. The band secured commercial success in 1989, when their song "Pacific State" was picked up by BBC Radio 1 DJ Gary Davies.

Music Video - Ten City - That's The Way Love Is [1989] - Chart Positions: GBR: 8 | DEU:18 | NLD:23 | BEL:21 | NZL:24 - "That's the Way Love Is" is a 1989 dance and soul single by Chicago-based dance trio Ten City. The single reached number eight in the UK and number eighteen in Germany and was the group's highest charting single on both the R&B and dance charts in the U.S. "That's the Way Love Is" reached number twelve on the U.S R&B Singles chart, and number one on the Dance Club Play chart. The single featured two main versions - on most releases, an acid house mix by Steve "Silk" Hurley (variously titled either "Deep House Mix" or "Acieeed Mix") was the A-side, while a string-led mix by Timmy Regisford, named the "Underground Mix", appeared on the B-side. Both mixes also had corresponding radio edits and dub versions.

Music Video - Jungle Brothers - I'll House You [1988] - Chart Positions: GBR:22 - Jungle Brothers is an American hip hop group composed of Michael Small (Mike Gee), Nathaniel Hall (Afrika Baby Bam), and Sammy Burwell (DJ Sammy B). Known as the pioneers of the fusion of jazz, hip-hop, and house music, they were the first hip-hop group to collaborate with a house-music producer. The trio released their debut album, Straight Out the Jungle in July 1988. Their hip-house club hit single, "I'll House You" was added to the album in late-1988 reissues. The single was the first non-Chicago hip-house record.

Music Video - Soul II Soul - Back To Life (However Do You Want Me) [1989] - Chart Positions: GBR: 1 | USA: 4 | DEU: 4 | AUT:13 | CHE: 2 | NLD: 1 | BEL: 2 | IRL: 6 | SWE: 3 | CAN:11 | AUS:45 | NZL: 4 | Eurochart Hot 100: 1 | GRC: 2 - "Back to Life (However Do You Want Me)" is a song by British R&B band Soul II Soul. It appeared on a second version of their debut album Club Classics Vol. One (titled Keep On Movin' in the U.S.) and was released as its second single on 29 May 1989. "Back to Life" was one of two songs on the album featuring British R&B singer Caron Wheeler and gained success in both the United Kingdom and in the United States. The song also features the Reggae Philharmonic Orchestra.

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