"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
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 to date).
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