Goodness... this is dangerous... SO MANY AMAZING MUSIC VIDEOS , SO LITTLE LIFE. A lot of these artists just keep giving and giving, but I'll try to stick to just a video for each.
We'll get the depressing one out of the way first.
This one's actually pretty fucked up when you remember that kids that age don't act.
The absolute kings of crazy, minimalist music videos , go watch everything they've done.
I tried to stay away from obvious classics... but I couldn't NOT include this.
What, you didn't know Walken could dance?
Yes, he's a sili artist mostly known for parody work, but there is incredible attention to detail in his parody videos . You could watch this over and over and over and still be catching little details and references!
It's incredible enough just watching footage of this legend, but then they went and put it to music...
I swear to you all my intention in coming here was NOT to break the thread. It's all Haursen's fault, really, for posting such a dangerous topic. Let's all blame him!
I really hammered this track back in 2006 on wards after I saw this video from a free Metal Hammer DVD .
Give it a view, the video has a good story behind it, in that the man has a girlfriend who is a stripper [sound familiar] and he becomes very jealous when she does her job .. it start to eat away at the relationship.
They were a decent British metal band, dont know where they went to.
This is the German band Rammstein with the track Sonne. First time I heard about this German metal crew, and I really digged the material.
Another heavy track, this time from Canadian metal nuts Strapping Young Lad led by the incredibly gifted Devin Townsend. Titled Love.
This was another track I hammered during 2006.
Pink Floyd with the track Comfortable Numb is amazing, and I love this classic so much. Guitar work starting five minutes in is sheer class.
This is a dance track by the Anglo-Norwegian Alan Walker with Faded. I dont know what it was about this that hooked me, its quite emotional and thought provoking for myself ... the singer is from Norway, cant remember her name though.
Talented and I share.
My favorite band in the 90's growing up was The Prodigy, and this track Firestarter was actually banned at one point from the UK t.v, plus they were not allowed to perform on top of the tops because they apparently scared the kids! I was a kid at the time The guys are still banging out shit to this day, and imho are what true dance should sound like ...yeah!!!
Great dance track from Prodigy with Smack my bitch up that came from the same album in 1997 as firestarter with fat of the land
Emotional track, and one that had serious meaning for Bono singing it as its a tribute to his late Father. Sometimes you cant make it on your own has helped me when my daughter died, singing to it helped.