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2007-08-28, 00:51

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Geez - I remember when I first saw that Benny Benassi clip. That was a mighty fine piece of work. Good call Foj.
Mmm hmm. Summer of '03.

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2007-11-23, 11:41

In the weird 80's video category.

Art of Noise - Close (To The Edit)


Herbie Hancock - Rockit
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2007-12-14, 19:28

Simple Minds - Don't You Forget About Me

The Police - Wrapped Around Your Finger

Sting - Fortress Around Your Heart
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2007-12-14, 19:37

How could I forget? Brendan Benson's "Cold Hands, Warm Heart."
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2007-12-14, 19:39

Björk - army of me, Human Behaviour

Daft Punk: Da Funk, Around The World

Chemical Brothers: The Golden Path, Let Forever Be, Elektrobank, Believe

Massive Attack: Live With Me

U.N.K.L.E. featuring Thom Yorke: Rabbit in Your Headlights

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2007-12-14, 22:46

I genuinely don't enjoy videos but I still thing Talking Pictures are just a fad.

But one video I've seen really affected me profoundly, I was only vaguely familiar with Radiohead, (someone in one of my stores played The Bends a bit) so when I saw the video of Paranoid Android I wasn't sure who it was by, but I thought it was just so effective on every level, visually, musically, lyrically. Then it took me a while to see it again, and find out who it was. I've maybe seen it three times in my life.

But nowadays you can watch it evaday!

what a world.....

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2007-12-14, 23:33

Two videos from Pulp:

Common People I always loved the bizarre looped dancing.

This Is Hardcore a.k.a. "Hey I want to college once but all they found were rats in my head." The last two minutes has some awesome choreography.

Okay, three videos from Pulp.

Disco 2000 Great style. Great storytelling. And I got a huge kick out of them using lyrics from their other songs for lines of dialogue.
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2007-12-20, 06:06

Brad Paisley - Whiskey Lullaby (Featuring Alison Krauss) Great romantic sorrowful history... Great video! Great song!
http://youtube.com/watch?v=kNKXteh9WfY
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2008-01-27, 04:49

A world made only with typography. Alex Gopher - The Child - way cool

And for lovers of information visualization, the graphical genius of Röyksopp: "Remind Me"

See also top 100 here

Mods, can we get a thread merge?

All those who believe in telekinesis, raise my hand.

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2008-01-27, 07:02

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And for lovers of information visualization, the graphical genius of Röyksopp: "Remind Me"


This is insanely good.
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2019-01-13, 07:41

Ancient thread is ancient, but new ways of music video awesome/weirdness have happened since.

Particularly the Korean Invasion. Now I'm not gonna post Gangnam Style since the entire planet knows it, although there is an interesting spinoff that didn't get anywhere near the views.

One of my favorites in the K-Pop genre is this Girls Generation one because it's like an acid trip. More visual styles and themes than I can even count, and every time it seems like the song has settled on one theme, BAM switcharoo.

The latest from the current iteration of that same group is also cool in the "what the heck is happening" kind of way.

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