"Bohemian Rhapsody" is widely considered to be one of the best songs of all time and defined Queen's career. In this groundbreaking music video, the band perform their hit with a bunch of lights and colors.
Dire Straits classic video clip for 'Money for Nothing', smash 1985 hit from the album "Brothers in Arms". The iconic video mixtures advanced animation technology and footage from the band ... See full summary »
This is the music video for Metallica's "One" from over 25 years ago. I have to say I have been a fan of the band for a while and that is why I really managed to enjoy this one here. It's totally kick-ass. Hetfield (in his mid-20s) is on fire and so is the rest of the band. Excellent music from start to finish in these 8 minutes. Now the story with Jason Robards and Timothy Bottoms I probably did not get 100%, but that's not a problem either. It fits the song nicely in terms of style and is a very atmospheric watch. The very bleak colors totally work as well. It's a piece of (disturbed) harmony and there are some very scary shots in here actually, especially the last one. Directors Pope and Salomon were still fairly young when they made this one, but talent prevails and they are both Emmy nominees now. Good job from the duo, good job from everybody else who worked on this music video as well. A great success. Thumbs up.
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