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  • Unplugged: Unplugged may refer to: Acoustic music MTV Unplugged, a TV and album series showcasing popular musical artists playing acoustic instruments MTV Unplugged
  • Paul McCartney's Unplugged Tour 1991: The Unplugged Tour 1991 was a European impromptu tour of six "secret" gigs by Paul McCartney scheduled to promote the release of the Unplugged live album
  • MTV Unplugged (Bob Dylan album): Dylan: MTV Unplugged : Music Reviews". web.archive.org. Archived from the original on 9 December 2006. Retrieved 11 September 2011.  "MTV Unplugged releases"
  • MTV Unplugged: comprehensive list of artists featured on MTV Unplugged, see List of artists featured on MTV Unplugged. For a list of live albums recorded with the MTV
  • Sound Drop MTV Unplugged+Acoustic Live 2005: Sound Drop MTV Unplugged+Acoustic Live 2005 is an live album by Hitomi Yaida. Released in 2005, it peaked at No. 29 on the Japanese albums charts.
  • Unplugged (The Official Bootleg): Unplugged (The Official Bootleg) is a live unplugged performance by Paul McCartney, recorded and released in 1991. Following the vastness of his world
  • MTV Unplugged (Maxwell EP): asked to do MTV Unplugged, despite only having released only one album, Maxwell's Urban Hang Suite. Maxwell's episode of MTV Unplugged first aired on the
  • MTV Unplugged / Live: MTV Unplugged / MTV Live is an official DVD released by Björk on February 9, 2002. It features two complete MTV performances: the first show was recorded
  • MTV Unplugged (Jay-Z album): MTV Unplugged (Jay-Z album) at AllMusic [1][dead link] "CG: jay-z". Robert Christgau. Retrieved 2013-06-29.  David Browne (2002-01-11). "Unplugged Review

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