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1992 MTV Video Music Awards (1992)

The ninth annual MTV Video Music Award show. Hosted by Dana Carvey.

Director:

Bruce Gowers
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Cast

Credited cast:
Dana Carvey ... Himself / Garth Algar
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bryan Adams ... Himself
Rick Allen ... Himself
Jeff Ament Jeff Ament ... Himself - Pearl Jam Bassist
Michael Anthony ... Himself - Van Halen Bassist
Halle Berry ... Herself
The Black Crowes ... Themselves
Bono ... Himself
Doug Bradley ... Pinhead
Bobby Brown ... Himself
Vivian Campbell ... Himself - Def Leppard Guitarist
Angela Chow Angela Chow ... Herself
Eric Clapton ... Himself
Gilby Clarke ... Himself - Guns N' Roses Guitarist
Andrew Dice Clay ... Himself
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The ninth annual MTV Video Music Award show. Hosted by Dana Carvey.

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Music

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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 September 1992 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

1992 MTV Video Music Awards See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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Connections

Followed by MTV Movie Awards 1999 Pre-Show (1999) See more »

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MTV Get OFF The Air
9 February 2005 | by candrew088See all my reviews

MTV is worthless today - or maybe I'm just getting older. But no matter what kind of music you like, the 1992 MTV Music Awards was probably the most interesting just for the fact it occurred as a major transition was taking place in music. Groups like Guns and Roses and Van Halen were no longer the cool groups and they seemed to become a parody of themselves right before your eyes while the suits still insisted on paying homage to them. Guns And Roses won the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award despite the fact they were mocked by Nirvana during their performance for their contrived, fake image. Van Halen won video of the year for "Right Now" - possibly the worst, most silly song they've ever made.

Grunge had broken into the mainstream about a year earlier and alternative performers such as Pearl Jam, The Red Hot Chili Peppers and of course Nirvana blew the previous big name/big money groups off the air. A good show that had an air of spontaneity - which has been long been since squashed by MTV.


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