"Melt Away/Being With The One You Love" is Brian's second, and equally unsuccessful, |
single taken from the album.
|May||Brian contributes "Daddie's Little Girl" to the She's Out Of Control soundtrack album.|
Brian begins recording his second solo album: initially titled Brian before being renamed |
Sweet Insanity, both versions presented to Sire (in 1990 and 1991) are rejected by the
company on the grounds of Landy's lyrics and the inclusion of "Smart Girls", a lame rap.
Brian guests on "The Spirit Of The Forest", an all-star charity single in aid of preserving|
the world's rainforests.
Still Cruisin' is released on Capitol. A curious mixture of new material and BB tracks |
used in movie soundtracks, it charts at #46. Title track "Still Cruisin'" (backed with
"Kokomo") becomes the bands lowest ever charting 45 at #93 (and their last chart single
Brian instigates a $100 million lawsuit to recover the publishing rights that Murry Wilson|
signed away in 1969, allegedly without his knowledge.
remixed album track "Somewhere Near Japan" (backed with "Kokomo" - again) is a chart|