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#31. World in Motion - New Order (1990)

World in Motion is the glorious soundtrack to the Italia 90's World Cup campaign, that remains England’s greatest since 1966. With the exception of "Three Lions," an England song has not come close to matching this 1990 World Cup anthem, written by New Order and Keith Allen. Paul Gascoigne, Peter Beardsley, Des Walker and Steve McMahon also make an appearance, mumbling along to the video wondering what they are doing. The mid-song rap break delivered by John Barnes is the best thing in it – and shows maybe the Liverpool legend missed his true calling. It contains the phrase: “We ain’t no hooligans, this ain’t no football song, Three lions on my chest, I know we can’t go wrong”. The original reached No. 1 in the charts upon its initial release in May 1990, but the re-release for the 2002 World Cup failed to break the Top 40.

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#31. World in Motion - New Order (1990)

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World in Motion is the glorious soundtrack to the Italia 90's World Cup campaign, that remains England’s greatest since 1966. With the exception of "Three Lions," an England song has not come close to matching this 1990 World Cup anthem, written by New Order and Keith Allen. Paul Gascoigne, Peter Beardsley, Des Walker and Steve McMahon also make an appearance, mumbling along to the video wondering what they are doing. The mid-song rap break delivered by John Barnes is the best thing in it – and shows maybe the Liverpool legend missed his true calling. It contains the phrase: “We ain’t no hooligans, this ain’t no football song, Three lions on my chest, I know we can’t go wrong”. The original reached No. 1 in the charts upon its initial release in May 1990, but the re-release for the 2002 World Cup failed to break the Top 40.

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