The music video was directed by Doug Freel and was shot in a warehouse. It included clips from Pretty Woman, with Fredriksson singing and playing piano and Gessle playing guitar between ... See full summary »
Kenny Loggins performs in the music video "Footloose" from the original motion picture soundtrack for Footloose (1984) recorded for Columbia Records. Kenny Loggins sings over clips from the... See full summary »
Eddy Grant performs in the music video "Electric Avenue" from the album "Killer on the Rampage" recorded for Parlophone and EMI Records. The music video begins with Eddy Grant running on a ... See full summary »
The promotional video was shot in a Dutch military training camp, the band performing the song on a stage in front of a backdrop of fires and explosions provided by the Dutch army. Towards ... See full summary »
Foreigner performs in the music video "I Want to Know What Love Is" from the album "Agent Provocateur" recorded for Atlantic Records. The video opens with Lou Gramm singing intently into a ... See full summary »
This hit single was accompanied by an audacious video filmed at Shepperton Studios in July 1981. The 1983 video album contains the uncensored full-length "night version" of "Girls on Film",... See full summary »
The video alternates between shots of Orr sitting in a disused nightclub, facing mannequins posed at the bar as customers and bartender, and scenes that depict the breakdown of a ... See full summary »
"All That She Wants" is a song by Swedish group Ace of Base. It was released as the second single from their first studio album, Happy Nation. The single sold over 1 million copies in 1993 in the United States alone.
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The music video features scenes from the film Top Gun intermingled with Berlin's singer Terri Nunn performing the song in blue coveralls walking between pieces of planes in a windy aircraft... See full summary »
Scorpions performs in the music video "Rock You Like a Hurricane" from the album "Love at First Sting" recorded for Harvest and Mercury Records. The music video begins with a group of women... See full summary »
Soundgarden and Pearl Jam joined forces to pay tribute to the late Andrew Wood, lead vocalist of Mother Love Bone (both band members were part of this project earlier in their careers). The result was Temple of the Dog, a whole album dedicated to Wood and their main song was "Hunger Strike". The music video isn't any masterpiece as clips usually were back then, but there's something truly special there: the location, the way it was filmed and it brings back memories, specially for those who lived the grunge era; the song wasn't one of my favorites up until some recent years...seeing now this combination of medias feels like adequate, memorable and possibly one of the greatest clip moments of all time. The "vocal duel" between Chris Cornell and Eddie Vedder is truly epic.
Concept is simple and safe: a super band performing a powerful song. I'm not sure about the beach where it was filmed but it looks hauntingly beautiful, it perfectly reflects the mood of the song, that everlasting sadness echoing through the air and the guitar riffs insisting in sounding very hard, hitting you deeply while the song words never make you forget about what you're hearing. There isn't much of special moments when it comes to the video and words aren't enough to describe the images, the feelings and the sensation this song brings to you, it is a must-see experience so you can taste and feel what it's all about. In my case, it's like being transported into another dimension, a period I know very little except for what lasted: the songs and the way they entered into your soul.
A lovely shock to the senses, for fans and non fans. The more you hear it and the more you look at it, the greater the experience gets. 8/10
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