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Your 'must see' music videos

Discussion in 'Music Archive' started by cyborg, 16 Feb 2006.

  1. cyborg

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    What music videos are worth a watch to you, try to keep the list below 10.

    for me, i would recommend:

    chemical brothers - star guitar
    prodigy - smack my bitch up
    madonna - frozen (actually all videos by chris cunningham)
    rammstein - links 234
    a-ha - take on me
    bjork - all is full of love
    queens of the stone age - go with the flow

    what would everyone else recommend?
     
  2. Skunkworks

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    Chemical Brothers - Hey boy, hey girl
    Chemical Brothers - The Test
     
  3. G|mp

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    Christina Aquilera - Dirrty Uncut

    Theres one bit where she sings "flick me off" and actually rubs her crotch

    Fantastic !
     
  4. G|mp

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    Oh and Kylie - Spinning around
     
  5. Gilly

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    Michael Jackson - Thriller
    Chemical Brothers - Let Forever Be (only decent work they did)
    Usher - Caught Up
    Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody
    Daft Punk - Around the World
    Fatboy Slim - Weapon of Choice
    Jamiroquai - Virtual Insanity
    Christina Aguilera - Dirrrty
    Kylie - Spinning Around
    Gorillaz - Clint Eastwood
     
  6. loopstah

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    If I was watching without sound it would be Girls Aloud and Sugababes :D

    Otherwise some of my top videos are:
    REM-Losing my Religion
    The Killers-Mr Brightside
    My Chemical Romance-Ghost of You
    Bloc Party-Pioneers
    Oasis-The Importance of Being Idle :D
    Radiohead-Street Spirit
    Scissor Sisters-Laura


    A couple have already been mentioned.
     
  7. cyborg

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    gimp likes the lady videos, don't ya.
     
  8. G|mp

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    Eye candy

    Means i can listen to what i want and watch Women being filthy :D
     
  9. IceBus

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    Radiohead - Just
    QOTSA - Go With the Flow
    Pearl Jam - Do The Evolution
    Weezer - Buddy Holly
    Beastie Boys - Sabotage
    Incubus - Drive
    Tool - all of them, particularly for me Parabola
    Fatboy Slim - Praise You
     
  10. Liefrich

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    Pearl Jam - Do the Evolution is a great video.

    Tool and Radiohead videos are really good as well.
     
  11. Nitefly

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    I'm only going to add ones which havn't been mentioned:

    Eminem - Stan (I can't believe it hasn't been mentioned yet)
    Tenacious D - Tribute (Tried to be funny and succeeded)
     
  12. SourChipmunk

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    Nice choice. That was like a mini-movie, was it not?
    I was thinking anything by Gorillaz. That anime style and their catchy tunes are spectacular.

    Old school choices (back when videos told a story):

    Thomas Dolby - She Blinded Me With Science
    Motley Crue - Too Young To Fall In Love
    Van Halen - Hot For The Teacher
    Twisted Sister - We're Not Gonna Take It

    Oh, and the absolute must-see video of all time:

    The Buggles - Video Killed The Radio Star
     
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  13. fozzybear

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    Garbage - Push It
    Eric Prydz - Call On Me :p (One for G|mp)
    Evanescence - Everybodys Fool
     
  14. G|mp

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    Got it on my phone in mp4 goodness :D
     
  15. "andy"

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  16. Martynt74

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    May i also recommend Max graham - Owner of a lonely heart ;)

    My choice would be prodigy - Voodoo people (the remix version though not the one set in the jungle)
     
  17. Matblack

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    Aphex Twin - Come to Daddy
    Unkle - The one with the tunnel and the cars!
    Leftfield - Afrika Shox
    Chemicals - Star Guitar and LFB
    White Stripes - Hardest Button to Button
    Bijork - All Is Full of Love
    PF - The Wall (the movie not the vid for the single)
    Daft Punk - Interstella 5555

    Just buy 'The Work of Director Michel Gondry' and 'The Work of Director Chris Cunningham' that'll be a good start :)

    MB
     
  18. penski

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    'The Works' DVDs are fantastic.

    Check these out:

    The Pharcyde - Drop
    Aphex Twin - Donkey Rhubarb

    *n
     
  19. Big Chris

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    What he said. Just watched the vid for Parabola too and as ever, it's about as messed up as you could've hoped for.
     
  20. G|mp

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    HeHe fantastic

    Although i was worried at first when i could only see 2 school boys :eek: