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Old 12-03-2007, 12:16 PM   #16
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There are very few (official) Okkervil River videos I like, unfortunately. For Real is pretty cool.

The Tonto vid is pretty cool, not as cool as Atlas, but still good. The Tonto EP comes with a bonus DVD that has both vids on it.
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omg... Atlas on a giant screen
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That has easily been the video of the year, since it first premiered. "We Throw Parties, You Throw Knives" (which is the opening act to this video) is nearly as good. Jaw-dropping stuff. Honestly, I don't see how there is room for debate, here.
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Also, there was a video I saw a couple of times in the last month or so, think on MTV2 or something-the singer in it looked kinda like Borat, I wanna say...and at the end of it, he's standing at a window watching a funeral procession go by, and I think there's a bunch of kids with him-I'm trying to figure out who the artist was and what the song was, but I can't remember. Anyone know?

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Ahhhh, there we go, thank you! And thanks again to u2popmofo for your help, too . Much appreciated, guys.

Need to hear the song a couple more times to comment on it, but the video's another one for this year that I like. I'll check out some of the recent additions to this thread, too.

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Liars - 'Houseclouds'
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Haha, oh, man, that video is in total Barry White territory, and I actually kinda like it. I also haven't been able to get the M.I.A. and Kanye songs out of my head (saw the M.I.A. video, as well as the "Atlas" one, on TV last night, by the way). I really like the Kanye video, too.

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LOL, I like the way that kitten's reacting to the shirtless guy . What a strange video.

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Modest Mouse "little motel"

I've watched this one three times, and every single time I've had tears in my eyes by the end. Wow. I like how the storyline didn't go where I thought it might. Great pick.

And while I'm not all that keen on the vocals, the Death Breath video shared is awesome. A mini old-fashioned horror movie-excellent.

Here's one I've seen on TV in recent times that's kinda interesting-take a wild guess what video this is reminiscent of:

"Bonafide Lovin'"-Chromeo:


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Old 12-17-2007, 05:56 PM   #24
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"The Heinrich Maneuver"-Interpol:

Strange video. The ending made me go, "WTF?" the first time I saw it.

"An End Has A Start"-Editors:

Interesting choreography in this one. I love the sorta new wave-y feel to it.

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I personally found the video for An End Has A Start extremely underwhelming, I was anticipating something much more inriguing for such an explosive, exhillarating song. The video for Racing Rats by the Editors is cooler....

Heinrich Manuever is calss though, Interpol can do no wrong.

A nomination from me, Travis' MY EYES - can't post a You Tube link cause the computer I'm on is stuffed, but search for it on Youtube for a laugh....
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I personally found the video for An End Has A Start extremely underwhelming, I was anticipating something much more inriguing for such an explosive, exhillarating song. The video for Racing Rats by the Editors is cooler....
Hmm. I'll have to check that one out.

Disagree on "An End Has A Start"-I think the dancers are striking and again, the whole thing has this new wave feel to it that I really like, but eh... Shame we can't be in the business of making music videos, huh ? I've always thought that'd be kind of a fun job to have, coming up with video concepts.

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The more I hear/see from Interpol, the more interested in them I am. Their "Heinrich Maneuver" video is one that I feel compelled to watch every time it airs-it's one of those videos where you have to focus on everything that's going on.

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A nomination from me, Travis' MY EYES - can't post a You Tube link cause the computer I'm on is stuffed, but search for it on Youtube for a laugh....
Here ya go :


Interesting video-that weird water thing they're sliding around in looks like fun! Heh.

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Hmm. I'll have to check that one out.

Disagree on "An End Has A Start"-I think the dancers are striking and again, the whole thing has this new wave feel to it that I really like, but eh... Shame we can't be in the business of making music videos, huh ? I've always thought that'd be kind of a fun job to have, coming up with video concepts.



The more I hear/see from Interpol, the more interested in them I am. Their "Heinrich Maneuver" video is one that I feel compelled to watch every time it airs-it's one of those videos where you have to focus on everything that's going on.



Here ya go :


Interesting video-that weird water thing they're sliding around in looks like fun! Heh.

Angela
Yeh for me the choreography in An End Has a Start just doesn't seem to compliment the song at all, but again, that's just me....

My Eyes is a song about having a baby, and I think the waterslide represents the arrival of the baby....and you gotta love it when Travis role play.
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"Long Road To Ruin"-Foo Fighters:

This one made me laugh the first time I saw it. Love the cheesy '70s thing going on throughout.

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Defintely one of my favorites, another classic hilarious Foo Fighters video, yet this one is for a much more serious song than the likes of "Learn to Fly" so that seems to make it even more interesting.

My other favorites off the top of my head are The Shins "Phantom Limb", Snow Patrol's "Signal Fire" (both featuring little kid school plays), and Bloc Party's "I Still Remember".
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