Monday, 24 October 2011

RS - My Favourite Music Videos

I like this music video because of the use of roto-scoping in it which makes it very interesting and entertaining to watch. It is a hybrid music video which again attracted me to the video but the main factor is that I grew up with the music video and when I was younger Linkin Park was one of my favourite artists.

Number Four - Korn - Freak On A Leash

This music video attracted me due to similar reasons to the Linkin Park video but also because at the time it was released I was alot younger and having things exploding all the time attracted me to the video. Another hybrid music video which works perfectly and adds animation to it aswell.

Number ThreeMuse - Butterflies and Hurricanes

This music video interested me because of the wide range of effects which had been used in the video. It is only a performance music video and not a hybrid but with the extensive effects and with the location/stage moving all the time it keeps the audience interested and it works well.

Number Two - Foo Fighters - Learn to Fly

The reason I like this music video is because of the comedic side to it and by the fact that frontman of the band Dave Grohl plays numerous characters within the video rather convincingly! The Foo Fighters are known for making ludicrous music videos which is a large selling point for them. You may notice that the members of Tenacious D appear in this music video at the start and end.

Number One - Tenacious D - Tribute

This music video is my favourite due to the comedy storyline and the fantastic gestures from the two members of the band. Its very simple and low budget yet works so well. The demon is played by Dave Grohl which is strange as they all appear in my top two music videos. Ben Stiller also has a cameo in this music video walking past the recording booth!

1 comment:

  1. Two sep posts here Rob!
    also, no matter how brief, some info on why you chose the best/poor vids would be good


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