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7th Jan '16 8:04:23 AM Morgenthaler
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* TakingBackSunday's "Faith: When I Let You Down" tells the story of the OMGWTFTBS Cat, an anthropomorphic cat that abandons Taking Back Sunday for fame in Hollywood.
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* TakingBackSunday's Music/TakingBackSunday's "Faith: When I Let You Down" tells the story of the OMGWTFTBS Cat, an anthropomorphic cat that abandons Taking Back Sunday for fame in Hollywood.
30th Dec '15 6:13:18 AM Morgenthaler
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* TinieTempah's Wonderman video, basing itself on a kind of 'Bionic Man' superhero origin story, parodying most related tropes (Including having Ellie Goulding as a HotScientist throughout).
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* TinieTempah's Music/TinieTempah's Wonderman video, basing itself on a kind of 'Bionic Man' superhero origin story, parodying most related tropes (Including having Ellie Goulding as a HotScientist throughout).
2nd Dec '15 4:03:20 PM mariic
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* WebAnimation/MysterySkullsAnimated serves as one for the Music/MysterySkulls song ''Ghost''.
6th Nov '15 11:06:23 PM nombretomado
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* Country queen RebaMcEntire is famous for these - her music videos nearly always tell a cohesive story. Her breakthrough hit, "Whoever's in New England," was her first single to get a music video, and she's stuck with the same concept ever since.
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* Country queen RebaMcEntire Music/RebaMcEntire is famous for these - her music videos nearly always tell a cohesive story. Her breakthrough hit, "Whoever's in New England," was her first single to get a music video, and she's stuck with the same concept ever since.
29th Sep '15 10:05:12 PM dsneybuf
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* Music/ImagineDragons spends their video for "It's Time" exploring a desolate wasteland of a city, and eventually [[spoiler:launching an explosion that parts the storm clouds and sends frontman Dan Reynolds to the heavens.]] Additionally, their video for "I Bet My Life" has Dane Dehaan explore environments of sea, air, and land. See the band's entry on LyricsVideoMismatch for more examples.
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* Music/ImagineDragons Music/ImagineDragons: ** The band spends their video for "It's Time" exploring a desolate wasteland of a city, and eventually [[spoiler:launching an explosion that parts the storm clouds and sends frontman Dan Reynolds to the heavens.]] Additionally, their ]] ** Their video for "I Bet My Life" has Dane Dehaan explore environments of sea, air, and land. land. ** "Roots" has Dan Reynolds reflect on childhood memories (represented via home movies) and exploring remote New Zealand locales in an attempt to reconnect with his past. ** See the band's Imagine Dragons' entry on LyricsVideoMismatch for more examples.
27th Sep '15 6:42:10 PM Qaianna
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* Music/{{Genesis}} did a few of these too. ** 'Jesus He Knows Me' features the band as televangelists all asking for money. (A clip at the end parodies Michael Jackson's own dance at the end of 'Black or White'.) ** 'Invisible Touch' is a mix of PerformanceVideo and the boys just messing about.
21st Sep '15 6:06:13 PM MagBas
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** "Your Loving Flame" has Paul fighting to get to a light, when everything is blowing the other direction or otherwise trying to obstruct him. That song was written for Heather, so this video would have UnfortunateImplications now...
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** "Your Loving Flame" has Paul fighting to get to a light, when everything is blowing the other direction or otherwise trying to obstruct him. That song was written for Heather, so this video would have UnfortunateImplications now...
31st Jul '15 10:27:09 AM WinterMoon
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*Creator/EdKowalczyk has a three-part story about a man who's hanged, and wanders around as a ghost in the videos for "Seven", "Angels on a Razor" and "The One".
2nd Jul '15 2:29:33 PM wiser
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** "[[BadGirlSong Libertine]]"'s video plays in the 18th century. It shows the eponymous [[EthicalSlut Libertine]] in the stuck-up world of pre-French Revolution nobility. Famous with many young Francophone boys since its release for having [[Fanservice nudity aplenty]].
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** "[[BadGirlSong Libertine]]"'s video plays in the 18th century. It shows the eponymous [[EthicalSlut Libertine]] in the stuck-up world of pre-French Revolution nobility. Famous with many young Francophone boys since its release for having [[Fanservice [[FanService nudity aplenty]].
2nd Jul '15 2:24:54 PM wiser
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* MyleneFarmer's videos, also from the '80s, rival Michael Jackson's in professionalism and elaboration. All of them were produced by director Laurent Boutonnat, who co-wrote many of the songs. The videos take the form of short (or not-so-short) films with entire storylines, frequently themed after literature, history or religion. Often, they contain plenty of symbolism, violence, sex and generally give more depth to the song itself. Most notably: ** The video of "[[GrowingUpSucks Plus grandir]]", one of her first, is particularly [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil horrifying]] about the end of childhood and innocence, and the fear of death. It was aired only late at night due to its content. ** "[[BadGirlSong Libertine]]"'s video plays in the 18th century. It shows the eponymous [[EthicalSlut Libertine]] in the stuck-up world of pre-French Revolution nobility. Famous with many young Francophone boys since its release for having [[Fanservice nudity aplenty]]. ** "Pourvu qu'elles soient douces" is a sequel to Libertine. Libertine is found [[spoiler:NotQuiteDead]] by a garrison of British soldiers. TheRival also makes a return. Sex and graphic violence abound when the garrison is first seduced by a gang of prostitutes [[spoiler:and then bombed by the attacking French army]]. This clip was originally aired in theatres before the start of the main film, but pulled when executives feared ''it would be better than the following film''. ** "[[ProtestSong Desenchantée]]" shows Mylène in a concentration camp, first acquiescing but then leading a revolt against the injustice committed there. ** Many of them were much longer than the song they accompany (up to 15 minutes), making viewers stay for more than just the music. As common in French films, [[spoiler:DownerEnding Downer Endings]] are common.
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