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His literal version of “Total Eclipse of the Heart” has received over 2 million views. But how does he choose which videos to satirize? David Scott couldn’t quite put his finger on what it is about 80s music videos that makes them ripe for satire, but he said it has something to do with the fact that the 80s witnessed the birth of the medium and artists suddenly found themselves overwhelmed with three to four minutes to provide visual acrobatic interpretations of their lyrics. “This is when it stops becoming just a performance clip and goes on to become this whole audio visual extravaganza,” he told ...
Literal video versions are usually based on music videos in which the imagery appears illogical, disconnected with the lyrics, and more concerned with impressive visuals than actual meaning. 1 Most of the literal videos have been based on music videos from the 1980s and 1990s. 1 Literal videos generally have new lyrics dubbed over those of the original video, and often include captions for better clarity. Lyrics range from references to the video editing (such as Anthony Keidis being dubbed as saying "Now superimpose on me/someone's ugly house" in the Red Hot Chili Peppers ' video for " Under the Bridge ...
By Ken Levine: The funniest LITERAL music video
Several commenters mentioned "literal" versions. I've checked out a few and for my money this is hands down the funniest. TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE HEART. Thanks to Dusto Films for this hilarious parody. Rob said... My favorite by far. WV -- dedial -- What Spanish people are told not to touch by the TV announcer. Rob said... Oh, and this isn't Dusto Films, Dusto had the original concept. Baylink said... That was wrong on so. Many. Levels. :-) Nice to see one of these pay respectful attention to rhyming and scansion for a change. The lead singer, alas, is no Bonnie Tyler; that's a Class A hard ... market research, surveys and trends
Avril Lavigne - “Girlfriend” [literal music video version] UPDATED!!
I’m disappointed you missed out on commenting that the back-up dancers just burst out of the bathroom stalls -fresh from taking a fine crap no doubt- and started dancing WITHOUT WASHING THEIR HANDS!!! D: Tweets that mention Avril Lavigne - “Girlfriend” [literal music video version] UPDATED!! -- Says: May 8th, 2010 at 7:50 am [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Joel Green. Joel Green said: Avril Lavigne - “Girlfriend” [literal music video version] UPDATED!! [...] rashinix3 Says: May 8th, 2010 at 8:04 am doesn’t matter how you sang that, it was funny. SundanceTree17 Says: May 8th, ... market research, surveys and trends


Today On The Interwebs: June 2009
I zipped up an entire work folder and was able to re-download it at home. It wasn't anything fancy, just a folder with 50 pdf articles plus a bunch of excel spreadsheets... But they survived the trip and that's what matters. I was able to give the link to my co-workers to do the same. Solid A for ease and a non-scrambled transmodulation. (From My serching the interwebs) David Scott and the art of the literal music video is an article follow-up to the video featured on the " Total Eclipse of the Heart: Literal Video Version " TOTI. Basically, Simon Owens, a social media consultant, explains the origins of the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
DonPianta - FanFiction.Net
Author has written 18 stories for Mario, SpongeBob SquarePants, Thomas the Tank Engine, Flight 29 Down, Final Destination, and Club penguin. Do my poll! It will be well worth your while... FOR ALL MAFIA PLAYERS! Copy and paste this to your profile if you're part of the most popular Mario forum! megaman1998, DonPianta, PrincessPeachAndDaisy, Luigenius, The Smart One 64, Champ 15, Princess Toady, krisetchers, yorkielover123456789, badberry123, charz456, TJlovesMidna, Child At Heart Forever, Wimpzilla, laguzgirl13, and grossgirl18! I am currently posting 18 stories. This count might not be accurate over longterm; I constantly ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Michael Cera in 'Scott Pilgrim vs. The World' offers emotional, amazing experience
I am prepared to stand face to face with anyone and defend Edgar Wright's "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World" as a genuine, no-joke, out-of-the-ballpark masterwork, a pure expression of voice in service of a potent metaphor, an amazing ensemble comedy that works on the emotional level of the most joyous and romantic of the great Hollywood musicals.  It is a jaw-dropping visual experience, and a sonic assault of pure pleasure.  It is genuinely unlike any other movie I can name, and from the opening 8-bit Universal logo to the note-perfect final frames of film, it is shot through with confidence and with a wry ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Soilwork Vocalist Bjorn Strid Discusses New Album "The Panic Broadcast"
Swedish metallers Soilwork are currently on their eighth full-length studio album, entitled "The Panic Broadcast," which saw its release earlier this month. In a recent interview with Metalunderground, vocalist Björn Strid raved about the band's latest creation by stating he hasn't been as proud of a Soilwork release since 2002's "Natural Born Chaos." Björn also discussed how Soilwork was changed since the debut demo "In Dreams We Fall Into The Eternal Lake," the literal meaning behind the new album's title, and his upcoming new side project. xFiruath: Would you like to discuss ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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[10] Maclean made the first literal music video using this 1984 song from A-Ha about a woman who goes inside a comic book. ANSWER: Take On Me ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Video Poetrv: Cameras in the Classroom
music evoked through the writing. It encourages students to explore the words, phrases, images, and abstract and literal meanings of the words in ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
What's Going On? Listening to Music, Composing Videos
The literal illustration of music in a video, particularly the illustration of lyrics, is perhaps the most obvious and easiest way for a student to approach the listening and composing tasks of this music video assignment, but from our perspective as teachers, it also seemed the most simplistic and problematic. Madeleine Sorapure has identified literal illustrations as one of the two most common problems she sees in her students work: "some students seem inclined to match modes, so that, for instance, a Flash project will have a song playing in the background while ...
  1. profile image JustinEdge_Gang Total Eclipse of the Heart will never be the same since i've seen the literal music video version.
  2. profile image corey_dylan BY and I took a break to watch the Total Eclipse of the Heart Literal Music Video. It never gets old.
  3. profile image matthewgarcia I favorited a YouTube video -- Spice Girls - "Stop" [literal music video version]
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A song that reminds you of falling out of love?
Specifically: I Was Once A Loyal Lover; My Mirror Speaks; The Ice is Getting Thinner; Pity and Fear; Someday You Will Be Loved Postal Service’s Nothing Better. sorry, just read your ‘Pick one.’ line. umm..sorry? My favorite YouTube comment on the Hurra Torpedo cover of Total Eclipse of the Heart: “You think this is easy. Do you know how hard it is to get a freezer and stove in the right pitch. The freezer isn’t to hard. But they get pissed when you start banging around on a stove. It’s almost to a point where no store will let you through the door with a house jack, or even a small sledge ...
What is the literal meaning in Nickelback's 'Gotta Be Somebody ...
This is about the long search for that one perfect love and the encouragement to keep on looking for that special person as he/she is out there somewhere. Veteran producer Robert John "Mutt" Lange (Def Leppard, Shania Twain) helmed this. This debuted at #10 on the Hot 100, which was Nickelback's best opening to date. Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger told Billboard magazine how this song came about: "I had the chorus, and we recorded it, actually, when Mutt went home to go spend some time with his son. Before he came back I played him this chorus over the phone, and he was like, 'Oh, I want to get working on ...