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MTV Video Music Award for Best Alternative Video

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MTV Video Music Award for Best Alternative Video

The MTV Video Music Award for Best Alternative Video (also known as Best Alternative Music Video) was first given out in 1992 during MTV's Video Music Awards show. Prior to the award being called Best Alternative Video, this award was known as MTV Video Music Award for Best Post-Modern Video[1] in 1989 and 1990. The last of this award was given out in 1998 to Green Day for their song Good Riddance (Time of Your Life). The award stopped being awarded after some artists and videos within this nomination genre became eligible for MTV Video Music Award for Best Rock Video. Nirvana is undoubtedly the biggest winner of this award, winning three times in a row from 1992 to 1994.

Year Winner Other nominee
1991 Jane's Addiction — "Been Caught Stealing"
1992 Nirvana — "Smells Like Teen Spirit"
1993 Nirvana — "In Bloom"
1994 Nirvana — "Heart-Shaped Box"
1995 Weezer — "Buddy Holly"
1996 The Smashing Pumpkins — "1979"
1997 Sublime — "What I Got"
1998 Green Day — "Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)"

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  1. ^ MTV Video Music Award for Best Post-Modern


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