As luck (or coincidence) would have it, the previous two posts on here featured songs from 1990; so we'll go for the hat-trick, I think. Why not. It was a terribly good year for music, after all (despite the presence on the scene of the self-aggrandising yet ultimately rubbish self-styled "Guru" Josh. Wazzock).
Pre-dating the band's 1991-95 heyday by a matter of months, here are Teenage Fanclub with their fourth single, the frankly awesome - and as good as any of their later, more famous songs - God Knows It's True. (Not so sure about the leather gloves though, Mr Raymond McGinley. All a bit Alvin Stardust.)
When We Rise - A cast of young unknowns steal the show in this honest, angry look at the rise of the modern gay movement.
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