Favorite music video

in General Discussion edited January 2014
heres one that hasnt been done (or at least not in a while):

Whats your favorite music video? Any one who says anything by Britney spears or Nsync (or the clones) will get their face caved in.

Mine was In Repair by Our Lady peace, but I think that this takes the cake:

<a href="http://www.boardsmag.com/screeningroom/musicvideos/220/"; target="_blank">http://www.boardsmag.com/screeningroom/musicvideos/220/</a>;


  • Reply 1 of 37
    applenutapplenut Posts: 5,768member
    Jeremy- Pearl Jam

    Do The Evolution- Pearl Jam

    November Rain- Guns and Roses

    Where the Streets Have No Name- U2

    No Rain- Blind Mellon

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  • Reply 2 of 37
    I'm currently enamored of the Chemical Brothers' Star Guitar- it's been getting some play on MTV2 and it's really a stunning set of visuals.

    <a href="http://www.mtv.com/sitewide/videoplayer/index.jhtml?vid=14416"; target="_blank">See the video here</a> (RealVideo)

    Watch it, and really pay attention. You'll notice that the different pieces of the landscape are perfectly synchronized with the music as they enter the screen... absolutely ingenious.
  • Reply 3 of 37
    I albsolutely love "Hell Bent" by Kenna. Also cool is Schism by Tool.
  • Reply 4 of 37
    System Of a Down - Chop suey

    Jennifer Lopez - Aint it funny
  • Reply 5 of 37
    buonrottobuonrotto Posts: 6,368member
    current fav:

    "Cracker" by Ohgr -- lots of "inside" jokes

    all time:

    "A Drug Against War" by KMFDM

    "Closer" by NIN (then everyone ripped it off and made it a cliche)

    "Sledgehammer" by Peter Gabriel
  • Reply 6 of 37
    jeffyboyjeffyboy Posts: 1,055member
    33 by Smashing Pumpkins for coolness.

    Wicked Game by Chris Isaak for heat!

  • Reply 7 of 37
    Oh, come on! You people are forgetting the classics!!

    Devo - Whip it

    Dire Straits - Money For Nothing

    Now THOSE were great music videos.
  • Reply 8 of 37
    alcimedesalcimedes Posts: 5,486member
    the unedited version of "Closer" by NIN is bad ass.

    if you want disturbing you should try some of the videos off the Broken CD though.

    other than that..... there aren't a whole lot i've been impressed with. guess i'm just a NIN fan.
  • Reply 9 of 37
    I'm gonna go with:

    Pearl Jam - Jeremy (b/c it's so dark)

    Smashing Pumpkins - Ava Adore (b/c Billy Corgan looks so scary)

    Radiohead - No Surprises
  • Reply 10 of 37
    Solishu, hellbent is just <a href="http://www.ifilm.com/ifilm/product/film_info/0,3699,68390,00.html?ad_ref=top_twenty_shorts_high est_rated&cch=" target="_blank">More</a> to (IMO) worse music (this film has AWESOME music).

    However, yes, More has to be the all time best short film ever.

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  • Reply 11 of 37
    cosmonutcosmonut Posts: 4,872member
    "Don't Drink the Water" - Dave Matthews Band

    "Lightning Crashes" - Live

    "Love Shack" - B52s

    "Everybody Hurts" & "Losing My Religion" - R.E.M.

    "Stan" - Eminem (whether you like the song or not, the video was cool)

    "Sabotage" - Beastie Boys

    "Time of Your Life" - Green Day

    "Virtual Insanity" - Jamiroquai

    "Lucas With The Lid Off" - Lucas

    "Flood" - Jars of Clay

    "No Sex in the Champagne Room" - Chris Rock

    Just to name a few.

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  • Reply 12 of 37
    "Coffee and TV" - Blur

    I wish I could find the video online. It was about the adventures of a tiny dancing milk carton as he roamed about the city (london I think).
  • Reply 13 of 37
    ferroferro Posts: 453member
    NIN is the only music I listen too, especially the old stuff...



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  • Reply 14 of 37
    "Just" by Radiohead is a great one. Does not fit the music very well, but its still great.
  • Reply 15 of 37
    I don't know which one of their's (Radiohead's) I saw, but it was a weird mixture of matrix style machinery and babies. Very strange but quite good.
  • Reply 16 of 37
    George Michael, "Freedom '90"


    Cindy Crawford

    Tatjanna Patitz

    Naomi Campbell

    Christy Turlington

    Linda Evangelista

    Gotta love those supermodels!

  • Reply 17 of 37
    "Losing My Religion" - R.E.M

    How could I forget that? That is one of the best ever.

    I also like Tool-Stinkfist, most bizzare video Ive seen. Doesnt fit the music well, but...
  • Reply 18 of 37
    [quote]Originally posted by Solishu:

    <strong>I don't know which one of their's (Radiohead's) I saw, but it was a weird mixture of matrix style machinery and babies. Very strange but quite good.</strong><hr></blockquote>

    "Pulk/Pull Revolving doors" and

    "Like spinning plates". I've never seen it myself, but I've heard of it.
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    pscatespscates Posts: 5,847member
    Guys, guys, guys...a little respect please: Duran Duran's "Girls on Film".

    Hubba hubba! What a smutty feast for the eyes that was to a 13-year-old accustomed to "Sanford & Son" and "Lou Grant".

    Those guys made ass kicking videos back in the day! But for pure tent-popping pleasure, it doesn't get any better than "Girls on Film".

    Naughty, naughty nurses...

    More recently, I dug Sheryl Crow's "Everyday Is A Winding Road" just because she's wearing a dress in it.

    Hall of Fame: the rotoscoping in Aha's "Take on Me" and the "We're Going to Tell a Story, Even if it kills us" Award to Pat Benatar's "Shadow's of the Night" and it's secret anti-Nazi spy mission, led by Pat and her rockin', guitar-slinging husband Neil.

    It was the height of cinematic majesty back then. You see it now and it's the funniest, most overblown thing ever...and you'll laugh yourself sideways at the sheer balls it displayed.

    <img src="graemlins/lol.gif" border="0" alt="[Laughing]" />
  • Reply 20 of 37
    Ugly-Bubba Sparxxx

    <img src="graemlins/lol.gif" border="0" alt="[Laughing]" />
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