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George Strait continued his hitmaking momentum from the 1980s right into the 1990s. George further solidifed his standing as a country superstar with a string of ’90s hits, along with three straight Country Music Association Male Vocalist of the Year awards from 1996 to 1998. From “If I Know Me” to “Write This Down,” here are some of George’s best-loved tunes from the 1990s.
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A No. 1 song for five weeks in 1990 from his album Livin’ It Up.
Another five-week No. 1 song from Livin’ It Up.
In 1991, this lead-off single from George’s Chill of an Early Fall album hit No. 1.
Another No. 1 song from Chill of an Early Fall.
In 1992, George starred in the movie Pure Country. This chart-topper was the first single released from the soundtrack album.
Peaking in 1993, “Heartland” is yet another No. 1 song from the Pure Country soundtrack.
This single from George’s 1993 album, Easy Come, Easy Go, only reached No. 4 on the charts, but we love it all the same.
George added to his oeuvre with the No. 1 title song from his 1997 album.
This single—also a No. 1—was included in his Strait Out of the Box box set, released in 1995.
Released as a single in early 1999 from George’s Always Never the Same album, it did not surprise us by reaching No. 1.