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Thursday, April 17, 2008

Paramore - That's What You Get [Music Video - TVRip]

The music video, directed by Marcos Siega, was shot in Nashville, Tennessee, on March 2 and 3, 2008. MTV2 released the official music video on March 24, 2008. The music video shows the band playing in a living room with clips of a relationship of two lovers and a small gathering of the band's friends and family.

The friends and family are having a good time taking pictures, talking, and listening to music. The two lovers seem to be very much in love with each other. One of the lovers seems to be connected to one of the band members.

The two soon go to the gathering where the boy meets someone (Maybe an ex-girlfriend) and starts to flirt with her. As the boy continues to spend more time with the other girl, his girlfriend sits on a near couch watching them. As soon as they start holding hands, the girlfriend leaves and starts crying. The end shows the two lovers taking a picture of them kissing using a cell phone camera, and the friends and family leaving.

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Story Of The Year - Wake Up [Music Video - TVRip]

"Wake Up" is a single by American band Story of the Year from the album The Black Swan. It was released for digital downloading on February 19, 2008. It is their first single released on Epitaph Records.

The band released a music video for the song in April. It features the band performing while people run around a city painting the swan logo around the city.

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A Cursive Memory - Everything [Music Video - TVRip]

The video was shot while following paparazzi around Los Angeles and featured cameo appearances from celebrities, including Britney Spears, Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan, Hayden Panettiere, Tobey Maguire, and The video created an Internet buzz and set the record for Most Watched Rock Video In One Week on MySpace, after having been viewed more than 500,000 times.

The video has since appeared on Fox News,, E! Online and in the top 10 of MTV's Total Request Live countdown.

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James Blunt - Carry You Home [Music Video - TVRip]

The video for the song shows the story of a man traveling to return a photograph belonging to a dead soldier to the soldier's wife. The video was filmed in Dorset, a county in south-west England, and features scenes shot at Wareham railway station, the region around St. Aldhelm's Head, and the twelfth century St. Aldhelm's Chapel.

The scene in which the soldier dies was shot at Bovington Camp, where Blunt had been stationed during his service in the British Army; soldiers from the camp participated in the filming.

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Panic At The Disco - Nine In The Afternoon [Music Video - TVRip]

According to an ad, the concept of the video for the song is a "series of bizarre yet fundamentally recognizable events with the band members". The video contains 40 extras total and people will be featured as there are different periods, looks, wardrobe and hair changes.

In an MTV interview, it is stated that in the video "there are gratuitous fake mustaches involved and a rather bizarre parade being led by the members of the band, who are dressed in what could only be described as 'Sgt. Pepper's-meets-ice-fishing' attire (lots of epaulettes and thermal underwear). Each of them also wears a sash printed with the phrase 'Pretty Odd'." The video was directed by Shane Drake, who worked on "I Write Sins Not Tragedies" and "But It's Better If You Do".

Many elements of the video relate it to The Beatles. Already mentioned is the Sgt. Pepper attire. The members of the band also each wake up in a different colored room, much like The Beatles had in their movie Help!. The members of the band also wear animal costumes like The Beatles had done for their "I Am The Walrus" video.

The sequence where the members run away from a crowd of screaming girls is reminiscent of "A Hard Day's Night". MTV premiered the music video of "Nine in the Afternoon" on February 10, 2008 at 9:00pm. This date was confirmed earlier during Panic's Final Challenge on their website. The video made its TRL debut the next day.

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Angels And Airwaves - Secret Crowds [Music Video - TVRip]

"Secret Crowds" is a song by Alternative rock band Angels & Airwaves. It is the second single from their second album I-Empire. On September 11, 2007, "Secret Crowds" was played on BBC Radio 1 for the very first time and was quickly leaked on various Angels and Airwaves fansites. The song was made available for airplay on February 4th 2008. The radio edit is just under 4 minutes long (compared to its original 5:03 time).

The song also appeared on the video game Tony Hawk's Proving Ground. The music video debuted in the US on MTV2 on February 25th, 2008. It premiered in the UK on the 29th March, 2008 on Scuzz TV, and quickly went into rotation on Kerrang! TV and MTV2 UK.

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Ashlee Simpson - Outta My Head (Ay Ya Ya) [Music Video - TVRip]

Directed by Alan Ferguson, Simpson filmed the music video for the song over about 48 hours on December 6–7. The desert scenes were filmed on the first day in Acton, California, while the indoor straitjacket scene was filmed on the second day in Burbank, California. Kenna, a co-writer of the song, played a reporter in the video.

The video begins with Simpson lying on a couch in therapy; her therapist, apparently based on Sigmund Freud, has fallen asleep.

Soon the walls of the office melt away into a surreal desert landscape (including a DalĂ­-esque melting clock), where another, dark-haired version of Simpson sits atop a floating Rubik's cube and the giant head of a statue in Simpson's likeness lies on the ground. There are also frequent flashes of Simpson on the couch in therapy again, this time in the desert rather than the office. - ...More

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Flyleaf - All Around Me [Music Video - TVRip]

In the video the whole band is in white, except Lacey, who is wearing a grey dress are painted white. The walls have various colors of paint running down them and later on in the video the paint is on the band.

The video debuted on Fuse TV's Oven Fresh on June 25, 2007 and on Yahoo! Music on June 28, 2007, and it was directed by Paul Fedor.

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