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DrJohnZ

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« Reply #360 on: 07-02-2004 02:20 »

"For You" by Staind!

also, almost any Blink 182 video
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« Reply #361 on: 07-02-2004 07:27 »
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I just saw the video for The Cure's The End of the World ... I love stop-motion animation     love

aye, I love stop-motion as well, and it's a great video    smile

   
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Originally posted by Melllvar:
Having got back into Launch, I must say that I love the video for APC's "The Outsider".

Bikini Bandits, mmmm....

Little late there, eh?    tongue ahhh I should just be happy that I am not the only Bikini Bandits fan on this board    tongue

On that note, someone give me ideas for this!! I want to win Maynard posters!!   tongue
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« Reply #362 on: 07-02-2004 13:51 »

I forgot to mention another video I like that's been around for a few months - Keane's Everybody's Changing  smile
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« Reply #363 on: 07-11-2004 12:06 »

I love the video DiscoLand from Flip n Fill. I just love the way the robots dance. I also love the song.

DrJohnZ

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« Reply #364 on: 07-11-2004 12:22 »

Linkin Park's, PTS.OF.ATHRTY... everyone likes seein robots kick the crap out of each other
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« Reply #365 on: 07-11-2004 12:45 »

Blink 182 - "Adam's Song"
Green Day - "Warning"
Descendents - "Lucky" good song and band -good video
Any Rage against the machines video
Foo Fighters - "learn to fly"
Weird Al - "Amish Paradise"
Gorrilaz - "Clint Eastwood" saw this a long time ago
Beastie Boys - "Fight for your right"
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« Reply #366 on: 07-12-2004 01:37 »
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Here is vh1 100 greatest music videos.  Is your favorite on here?

 VH1's "100 Greatest Videos"

   
    Rank    Artists             Videos               Director
    1.      Michael Jackson     "Thriller"             John Landis
    2.      Madonna             "Like A Prayer"        Mary Lambert
    3.      Peter Gabriel       "Sledgehammer"         Stephen Johnson
    4.      Nirvana             "Smells Like
                                 Teen Spirit"         Samuel Bayer
    5.      Guns N' Roses       "November Rain"        Andy Morahan
    6.      Pearl Jam           "Jeremy"               Mark Pellington
    7.      Madonna             "Justify My Love"      Jean-Baptiste Mondino
    8.      A-ha                "Take On Me"           Steve Barron
    9.      Michael/Janet Jackson          "Scream"               Mark Romanek
    10.     Herbie Hancock      "Rockit"               Kevin Godley/Lol Creme
    11.     Run DMC/Aerosmith   "Walk This Way"        Joe Small
    12.     George Michael      "Freedom 90"           David Fincher
    13.     Chris Isaak         "Wicked Game"          Herb Ritts
    14.     Jamiroquai          "Virtual Insanity"     Jonathon Glazer
    15.     Queen               "Bohemian Rhapsody"    Bruce Gowers
    16.     Beastie Boys        "Sabotage"             Spike Jonze
    17.     Prince              "When Doves Cry"       Larry Williams
    18.     Alanis Morissette   "Ironic"               Stephane Sednaoui
    19.     R.E.M.              "Losing My Religion"   Tarsem (Tarsem Singh)
    20.     Foo Fighters        "Learn To Fly"         Jesse Peretz

    21.     Michael Jackson     "Beat It"              Bob Giraldi
    22.     Korn                "Freak On A Leash"     Jonathan Dayton, Valerie Faris, Todd McFarlane, and Graham Morris
    23.     Aerosmith          "Crazy"                 Marty Callner
    24.     Van Halen          "Jump"                  Julien Temple
    25.     Dire Straits       "Money For Nothing"     Steve Barron
    26.     TLC                "Waterfalls"            F. Gary Gray
    27.     Weezer             "Buddy Holly"           Spike Jonze
    28.     Bob Dylan          "Subterranean
                                Homesick Blues"       D.A. Pennebaker
    29.     Smashing Pumpkins  "Tonight, Tonight"      Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris
    30.     Robert Palmer      "Addicted To Love"      Terence Donovan
    31.     Duran Duran        "Hungry Like The Wolf"  Russell Mulcahy
    32.     Metallica          "Enter Sandman"         Wayne Isham
    33.     The Police         "Every Breath You Take" Kevin Godley/Lol Creme
    34.     Michael Jackson    "Billie Jean"           Steve Barron
    35.     Red Hot Chili
            Peppers            "Californication"       Jonathan Dayton
                                                      Valerie Faris
    36.     Billy Joel         "We Didn't Start
                                The Fire"             Russell Mulcahy
    37.     Janet Jackson      "Rhythm Nation"         Dominic Sena
    38.     Michael Jackson    "Black Or White"        John Landis
    39.     Godley & Creme     "Cry"                   Kevin Godley/Lol Creme
    40.     Madonna            "Ray Of Light"          Jonas Akerlund

    41.     David Lee Roth      "California Girls"     Pete Angelus
                                                      David Lee Roth
    42.     DJ Jazzy Jeff &
             The Fresh Prince   "Parents Just Don't
                                 Understand"          Scott Kalvert
    43.     Tom Petty &
             The Heartbreakers  "Don't Come Around
                                 Here No More"        Jeff Stein
    44.     D'Angelo            "Untitled (How Does
                                 It Feel)"            Paul Hunter and Dominique Trenier
    45.     Cyndi Lauper        "Girls Just Want
                                 To Have Fun"         Edd Griles
    46.     Twisted Sister      "We're Not Gonna
                                 Take It"             Marty Callner
    47.     Jane's Addiction    "Been Caught Stealing" Casey Niccoli
    48.     Aerosmith           "Janie's Got A Gun"    David Fincher
    49.     Cher                "If I Could Turn
                                 Back Time"           Marty Callner
    50.     Bjork               "It's Oh So Quiet"     Spike Jonze
    51.     Van Halen           "Hot For Teacher"      Pete Angelus and David Lee Roth
    52.     Lenny Kravitz       "Are You Gonna Go
                                 My Way"              Mark Romanek
    53.     Don Henley          "The Boys of Summer"   Jean-Baptiste Mondino
    54.     Madonna             "Material Girl"        Mary Lambert
    55.     Billy Idol          "White Wedding"        David Mallet
    56.     Sinead O'Connor     "Nothing Compares 2 U" John Maybury
    57.     Beck                "Loser"                Steve Hanft
    58.     Guns N' Roses       "Welcome To The
                                 Jungle"              Nigel Dick
    59.     MC Hammer           "U Can't Touch This"   Rupert Wainwright
    60.     Duran Duran         "Rio"                  Russell Mulcahy

61.     Madonna             "Like A Virgin"        Mary Lambert
    62.     Genesis             "Land Of Confusion"    Jim Yukich
    63.     Fiona Apple         "Criminal"             Mark Romanek
    64.     Faith No More       "Epic"                 Ralph Ziman
    65.     Talking Heads       "Once In A Lifetime"   Toni Basil/David Byrne
    66.     Alanis Morissette   "Thank U"              Stephane Sednaoui
    67.     Brian McKnight      "Back At One"          Francis Lawrence
    68.     Eurythmics          "Sweet Dreams
                                 (Are Made Of This)"  Jon Roseman and Chris Ashbrook
    69.     Red Hot Chili
             Peppers            "Give It Away"         Stephane Sednaoui
    70.     Devo                "Whip It"              Gerald Casale
    71.     Sir Mix-a-Lot       "Baby Got Back"        Adam Bernstein
    72.     Janet Jackson       Love Will Never Do
                                 (Without You)"       Herb Ritts
    73.     Pat Benatar         "Love Is A
                                 Battlefield"         Bob Giraldi
    74.     Lauryn Hill         "Doo-Wop (That Thing)" Big TV! (Andy Delaney and Monty Whitebloom)
    75.     Bruce Springsteen   "Dancing In The Dark"  Brian De Palma
    76.     The Cars            "You Might Think"      Charlex/Jeff Stein
    77.     Shania Twain        "That Don't Impress
                                 Me Much"             Paul Boyd
    78.     Fatboy Slim         "Praise You"           Spike Jonze/Roman Coppola
    79.     The Buggles         "Video Killed The
                                 Radio Star"          Russell Mulcahy
    80.     Dr. Dre             "Nothin' But A
                                 'G' Thang"           Dr. Dre
81.     Prince              "1999"                 Unknown
    82.     Talking Heads       "Burning Down The
                                 House"               Julia Haywood/David Byrne
    83.     Blind Melon         "No Rain"              Samuel Bayer
    84.     Madonna             "Borderline"           Mary Lambert
    85.     Ricky Martin        "Livin' La Vida Loca"  Wayne Isham
    86.     Culture Club        "Do You Really Want
                                 To Hurt Me?"         Julien Temple
    87.     Salt -n- Pepa/
             En Vogue           "Whatta Man"           Matthew Rolston
    88.     INXS                "Need You
                                 Tonight/Mediate"     Richard Lowenstein
    89.     Paula Abdul         "Opposites Attract"    Candace Reckinger
                                                      Michael Patterson
    90.     Britney Spears      "Baby One More Time"   Nigel Dick
    91.     Blondie             "Rapture"              Keef, aka Keith MacMillan and John Weaver
    92.     Creed               "With Arms Wide Open"  David Meyers
    93.     USA For Africa      "We Are The World"     Quincy Jones
    94.     U2                  "Where The Streets
                                 Have No Name"        Meiert Avis
    95.     Mariah Carey        "Honey"                Mariah Carey/Daniel Pearl
    96.     ZZ Top              "Legs"                 Tim Newman
    97.     Bon Jovi            "It's My Life"         Wayne Isham
    98.     John Cougar
             Mellencamp         "Jack & Diane"         Bruce Gowers
    99.     Metallica           "One"                  Michael Salomon/Bill Pope
    100.    Beastie Boys        "Fight For Your
                                 Right (To Party)"    Adam Dubin/Rick Menello
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« Reply #367 on: 07-12-2004 12:45 »

I'd say a great deal of those are shit.
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« Reply #368 on: 07-12-2004 13:18 »

Yeah, although there are some that I'm glad got in, that before reading I didn't think would... For example; Jamiroquai's 'Virtual Insanity' and Lenny Kravitz's 'Are You Gonna Go My Way'. Where's Prodigy though, damn it!...
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« Reply #369 on: 07-12-2004 14:36 »

 
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Originally posted by Otis P Jivefunk:
For example; Jamiroquai's 'Virtual Insanity'...
Is that the one where Jay Kay is standing in a room and it "moves" all around him? I really can't remember. I liked Jamiroquai's Canned Heat video too  big grin
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« Reply #370 on: 07-12-2004 14:45 »

Yeah that's the one Impy, the floor keeps moving and the sofa and stuff, it's awesome  cool The 'Canned Heat' video rules too, so does the 'Deeper Underground' vid, and 'Little L'. Damn it, I wish he'd just put a DVD of all his videos out, instead of that live DVD, I want videos!...
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« Reply #371 on: 07-12-2004 15:05 »

 
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Originally posted by Otis P Jivefunk:
Yeah that's the one Impy, the floor keeps moving and the sofa and stuff, it's awesome   cool The 'Canned Heat' video rules too, so does the 'Deeper Underground' vid, and 'Little L'. Damn it, I wish he'd just put a DVD of all his videos out, instead of that live DVD, I want videos!...
Deeper Underground, that's such a cool video  big grin The other day I saw the video for Bjork's 'Hunter' ... pretty weird but cool   cool
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« Reply #372 on: 07-12-2004 15:12 »

That list is appalling, absolutely appalling.  Man, music videos suck.  But on the subject, what the fuck is wrong with you European people?  I've just seen the video for this "Ding Dong Song" and it's apocalyptically awful.  This is popular entertainment in Europe?  What the hell?
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« Reply #373 on: 07-12-2004 15:46 »

 
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But on the subject, what the fuck is wrong with you European people?  I've just seen the video for this "Ding Dong Song" and it's apocalyptically awful.  This is popular entertainment in Europe?  What the hell?
I don't understand why this stuff is popular too, luckily I never heard the Ding Dong Song (I don't think it was very popular here)...but have you heard that O-Zone song? On second thoughts, don't bother. Oh man, the humanity! ...

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« Reply #374 on: 07-13-2004 19:09 »

I like The O-Zone video
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« Reply #375 on: 07-14-2004 04:21 »

You would.

That list is not great, but what I would expect.
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« Reply #376 on: 07-14-2004 05:39 »

 
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Originally posted by Impossible:

Deeper Underground, that's such a cool video   big grin The other day I saw the video for Bjork's 'Hunter' ... pretty weird but cool    cool


Yeah, Bjorks video's are awesome. Is that the one where she turns into a bear? I also like the video for "Amry of me"
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« Reply #377 on: 07-14-2004 06:29 »

 
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 Yeah, Bjorks video's are awesome. Is that the one where she turns into a bear? I also like the video for "Amry of me"
Yep. I think it's a bear, although I thought it was a lion. I used to love the video for It's Oh So Quiet when I was little
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« Reply #378 on: 07-14-2004 17:11 »
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26. TLC, "Waterfalls" Dir. F. Gary Gray

F. Gary Gray directed that video?  I had no idea!

(For those who don't know, F. Gary Gray directed The Negotiator and the remake of The Italian Job.)

As for the list, it's got some good stuff, but also a lot of junk and a lot of stuff I've never heard of.

EDIT: Because "lto" is not a word.
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« Reply #379 on: 07-14-2004 20:59 »

I saw The Hives' new video "Walk Idiot Walk" recently and I liked it a lot. The concept was interesting and there were some nice shots and creative things with the scenery. It's nice to see different and interesting videos made by someone that is not called Michel Gondry or Spike Jonze.
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« Reply #380 on: 07-15-2004 00:16 »


Aphex Twin- On
Bjork- Army of Me
Alice in Chains- Rooster
Metallica- One(the late at night version)
Michael Jackson- Thriller(all his mini-movie type vids are good)
Londonbeat- I've been thinkin' about you
Enigma- Sadness
Deep Forest- Sweet Lullaby

Bent again's back baby!!!!
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« Reply #381 on: 07-16-2004 13:46 »

Evernescense: Everybody's Fool
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« Reply #382 on: 07-16-2004 15:17 »

Since I don't seem to have posted it yet on this page, I shall reiterate that the best music video ever is the Gap Band's Party Train.
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« Reply #383 on: 07-16-2004 17:42 »

I managed to see the video for Peter Gabriel's Big Time today. It's made by Aardman Animations, the same people who did Sledgehammer, and it's pretty cool stuff  cool

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« Reply #384 on: 07-16-2004 17:50 »

I always preferred Big Time to Sledgehammer.
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« Reply #385 on: 07-16-2004 21:16 »
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Big Time was way cooler. I like the song way more than Sledgehammer, and the content was just too neat.
Train- Ordinary
Linkin Park- Breaking the Habit
Poor songs? Sure. But this is a best VIDEO thread. And when I can see Molina in a trench coat and anime back to back on MTV, it's a good thing.
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« Reply #386 on: 07-17-2004 10:36 »
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I always preferred Big Time to Sledgehammer.
Yeah, I was told that if I liked Sledgehammer, then I would instantly love Big Time   big grin At least there are no phallic references in this one ...
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« Reply #387 on: 07-28-2004 22:32 »

The moment we've all been waiting for: VMA nominations!!!
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« Reply #388 on: 07-28-2004 22:43 »

Weird Al Yankovic-Dare to be Stupid
Weird Al Yankovic-Amish Paradise
Beck-Where It's At
Beck-Loser
Black Eyed Peas-Hey Mama
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« Reply #389 on: 07-29-2004 09:59 »
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pfft, there were only about 1 or 2 bands on there I even occasionally listen to.


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« Reply #390 on: 07-29-2004 17:23 »

Same here. I just add the exclamation points to get people ready to vomit. From the videos I've seen from the nominees list, the only one that's really outstanding is Walkie Talkie Man and I don't even like the song too much. Gondry should win Best Director for that.
Probably I'll just skip the show this year.
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« Reply #391 on: 07-29-2004 17:33 »

Mmm, I'm only interested in the Rock videos, of those, I like "Breaking The Habit".

Out of the rest, "Maps" by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs I've always loved.
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« Reply #392 on: 07-29-2004 19:47 »

At the moment I'm really liking Badly Drawn Boy- Year of the Rat, Chronic Future- Time and Time Again and Scissor Sisters- Take Your Mama. Very unique and fun videos..
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« Reply #393 on: 07-30-2004 23:42 »
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I don't care what anyone says, I like Jay-Z's video for "99 Problems."  Even though the facist FCC won't let you say "strong-arm a ho," which ruins the pace and beat of the song.  In fact, I like two other hip-hop songs on the list: Outkast (duh) and the Kanye West video for "All Falls Down."  On the basis of the "video," all three are pretty visually interesting.

On the rock side, I hope the YYYs win, even though they probably won't.  Franz Ferdinand and Modest Mouse both put out pretty interesting videos in the same "retro, turn of the century" vein, so it's a toss-up for me between the two. The other rock videos, frankly, suck.

Gondry should win for The White Stripes or for Steriogram.  I'd like his Stripes work to win, because, frankly, that song is better.

+I like a grand total of 7 of those videos.  Which I think is an improvement from last year.
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« Reply #394 on: 08-02-2004 20:53 »

I like the Hey Mama video by the black Eyed Peas, then there's this.
 http://www.cartoonnetwork.com/tv_shows/titans/index.html

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« Reply #395 on: 08-03-2004 07:35 »

Has anyone seen the video for Goldie Lookin' Chain's Guns Don't Kill People, Rappers Do? Hilarious  laff
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« Reply #396 on: 08-03-2004 13:44 »

 
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Has anyone seen the video for Goldie Lookin' Chain's Guns Don't Kill People, Rappers Do? Hilarious   laff

Yes I have. I love the bit where they were riding on those buggys

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« Reply #397 on: 08-04-2004 21:32 »

Speaking of hilarious videos, Will Ferrell's cover of Afternoon Delight is fantastic.  Makes me look forward to The Anchorman.
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« Reply #398 on: 08-05-2004 19:07 »
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Jimmy Eat World- The Middle
Prodigy- Smack My Bitch Up
Alien Ant Farm- Movies
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« Reply #399 on: 08-28-2004 08:44 »
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Speaking of hilarious videos, Will Ferrell's cover of Afternoon Delight is fantastic.  Makes me look forward to The Anchorman.

Hmm I want to see that video and the movie looks good. I hope they can show it on MTV or The Box (those are the music channels that I got along with VH1)

Has anybody seen that video Eric Prydz Call On Me? The video shows most females working out in the gym and their workout instructor was wearing a sort of a revealing costume. Basically you can see her naked butt and there a lot of hip thrusting going on.

It is ridiculous and sexist.

Edit, Oh and Bowling for soup 1985 is a great video.

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