Remember when making a country music video only consisted of a sexy co-star, maybe a desert landscape and if on a good day, some dim lighting? Things were just simpler in 1999– you could hear a pop song on the radio and just call up Justin Timberlake and ask his boy band to re-record the song with you. Or, you could just create your own pop alter-ego like Garth Brooks did.
1. “Stand Beside Me” // Jo Dee Messina
Your man can’t stand beside you because you’re all up on that wall.
2. “How Forever Feels” // Kenny Chesney
The neon-clad dancers with visible thongs really make this one a gem.
3. “You Were Mine” // Dixie Chicks
This one is actually totally depressing. Minus those outfits.
4. “Single White Female” // Chely Wright
We have always thought the best place to meet someone would be church or some form of public transportation like a city bus.
5. “When I Said I Do” // Clint Black
Great song, but this video is basically dripping in cheese.
6. “God Must Have Spent A Little More Time On You” // Alabama featuring *NSYNC
What if Alabama did this now? No, why did Alabama even do this in the first place?
It’s even worse after you watch *NSYNC’s original.
7. “Breathe” // Faith Hill
Just makes us want to ask Faith Hill how often she washes her sheets– especially with that desert dust around.
8. “Ordinary Love” // Chad Brock
Probably should pan out on Chad every now and then.
9. “A Night To Remember” // Joe Diffie
You know it’s a good video when there’s a guy wandering around a field playing his guitar.
10. “Lost In You” // Chris Gaines
An absolute masterpiece and a perfect example of something that was acceptable in 1999 for some unknown reason.
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