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18th Mar '17 7:51:40 PM mariic
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* "Ghost" by Music/MysterySkulls. Song: Man leaves his home and starts life anew. Video 1: Man tries [[spoiler: and fails]] to exorcise a spirit. [[WebAnimation/MysterySkullsAnimated Video 2:]] Kids and their dog explore haunted house in an AffectionateParody of Franchise/ScoobyDoo. [[spoiler: [[MoodWhiplash Then things get tragic.]]]]
25th Feb '17 11:55:20 AM nombretomado
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** "Rock and Roll Dreams Come Through". Song: ThePowerOfRock will always help you out when you need it. Video by Music/JimSteinman: In a fog-covered dreamscape, a shirtless young man pulls an electric guitar out of a stone, and does a ballet-ish dance number with a woman while the Spirit of Rock (Steinman lip-synching Rory Dodd's vocals) watches. Video by Meat Loaf: The Spirit of Rock (Meat Loaf) protects a teenage runaway played by AngelinaJolie from street gangs in an industrial dystopia.

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** "Rock and Roll Dreams Come Through". Song: ThePowerOfRock will always help you out when you need it. Video by Music/JimSteinman: In a fog-covered dreamscape, a shirtless young man pulls an electric guitar out of a stone, and does a ballet-ish dance number with a woman while the Spirit of Rock (Steinman lip-synching Rory Dodd's vocals) watches. Video by Meat Loaf: The Spirit of Rock (Meat Loaf) protects a teenage runaway played by AngelinaJolie Creator/AngelinaJolie from street gangs in an industrial dystopia.
24th Dec '16 7:16:36 AM Morgenthaler
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* "Man Down" by {{Rihanna}}. Song: A woman faces emotional and practical consequences after publically shooting a man in anger (unpremeditatedly). Video: Rihanna plays a popular girl who is raped by a man after dancing with him at a club, and later surreptitiously shoots her rapist. Cue controversy.

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* "Man Down" by {{Rihanna}}.Music/{{Rihanna}}. Song: A woman faces emotional and practical consequences after publically shooting a man in anger (unpremeditatedly). Video: Rihanna plays a popular girl who is raped by a man after dancing with him at a club, and later surreptitiously shoots her rapist. Cue controversy.
24th Dec '16 7:16:27 AM Morgenthaler
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* "Downtown" by LadyAntebellum. Song: A woman wonders why her partner won't perform cunnilingus on her. Video: Hillary Scott and Beth Behrs go out and "get so crazy that they end up getting arrested".

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* "Downtown" by LadyAntebellum.Music/LadyAntebellum. Song: A woman wonders why her partner won't perform cunnilingus on her. Video: Hillary Scott and Beth Behrs go out and "get so crazy that they end up getting arrested".
22nd Dec '16 8:30:18 PM Some_Person
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* "What's My Age Again" by Music/Blink182. Song: The story immature man gets dumped by his girlfriend and the same man later tries and fails to get revenge by prank calling his ex-girlfriends mother. Video: The three members of blink-182 go streaking and cause all sorts of chaos.
2nd Jul '16 8:17:13 AM ChesterPolarbear
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* "I'll Always Come Back" by K.T. Oslin. Song: A woman and her [[FriendsWithBenefits bed buddy]]. Video: A mother returning home to her husband and son.

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* "I'll Always Come Back" by K.T. Oslin. Song: A Either a woman going out to [[{{Polyamory}} have sex with another guy]] and then [[MyGirlIsASlut returning to her significant other]] or a woman and her [[FriendsWithBenefits bed buddy]]. Video: A mother returning home to her husband and son.
20th May '16 5:49:45 AM FuzzyBoots
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* "Total Eclipse of the Heart", by Bonnie Tyler. Song: Emotionally fragile woman pines for the man who has turned her world upside-down. Video: Bonnie Tyler wanders around a Victorian manor inhabited by boarding school kids, ninjas, fencers, American football players, an army of Arthur Fonzarelli clones, demon-possessed choirboys, and [[AuthorAppeal even more underwear-clad male ballet dancers]].

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* "Total Eclipse of the Heart", by Bonnie Tyler. Song: Emotionally fragile woman pines for the man who has turned her world upside-down. Video: Bonnie Tyler wanders around a Victorian manor inhabited by boarding school kids, ninjas, fencers, American football players, an army of Arthur Fonzarelli clones, demon-possessed choirboys, and [[AuthorAppeal even more underwear-clad male ballet dancers]]. Alternately, the writer of the song claims that it was about vampires from the start, intended for [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dance_of_the_Vampires his Nosferatu musical]], ''Theatre/TanzDerVampire'', so the video is an indication of the true meaning.
9th May '16 11:03:48 PM erforce
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* "You Could Be Mine" by Music/GunsNRoses. Song: a guy tells a girl they could've been together. Video: The {{Terminator}} is sent by [=SkyNet=] to kill Axl Rose (The song was part of the ''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay'' soundtrack).

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* "You Could Be Mine" by Music/GunsNRoses. Song: a guy tells a girl they could've been together. Video: The {{Terminator}} Franchise/{{Terminator}} is sent by [=SkyNet=] to kill Axl Rose (The song was part of the ''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay'' soundtrack).



* "Baby Don't Forget My Number" by MilliVanilli. Song: A fairly simple pledge of always being there to support a lover, at least over the telephone. Video: "Singers" Rob & Fab bike through the city trying to track down a piece of paper with a girl's number on it that Rob lost. They don't find the paper, but end up at the girl's house anyway.

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* "Baby Don't Forget My Number" by MilliVanilli.Music/MilliVanilli. Song: A fairly simple pledge of always being there to support a lover, at least over the telephone. Video: "Singers" Rob & Fab bike through the city trying to track down a piece of paper with a girl's number on it that Rob lost. They don't find the paper, but end up at the girl's house anyway.
10th Apr '16 7:13:33 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* "Steady As She Goes" by the Raconteurs. Song: No matter how hard you try to conform to societal norms, you'll always end up feeling like you don't fit in. Video: The members of the band compete in a soap box derby, and Jack Lawrence wins thanks to [[HeyItsThatGuy Paul Reubens]] helping him cheat.

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* "Steady As She Goes" by the Raconteurs. Song: No matter how hard you try to conform to societal norms, you'll always end up feeling like you don't fit in. Video: The members of the band compete in a soap box derby, and Jack Lawrence wins thanks to [[HeyItsThatGuy Paul Reubens]] Reubens helping him cheat.
16th Mar '16 11:40:18 AM twilicorn
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* "Take Me to Church" by Hozier. Song: Allegorical IntercourseWithYou song involving religion. Video: A GayAesop that (to quote Wikipedia) "follows the relationship between two men in a same-sex relationship and the violently homophobic backlash that ensues when the community learns of one of the men's sexuality." (likewise)

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* "Take Me to Church" by Hozier. Song: Allegorical IntercourseWithYou song involving religion. Video: A GayAesop that (to quote Wikipedia) "follows the relationship between two men in a same-sex relationship and the violently homophobic backlash that ensues when the community learns of one of the men's sexuality." (likewise)[[GayAesop gay couple being targeted by homophobes]].




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* "Bronte" by Music/{{Gotye}}. Song: An account loosely inspired by the singer's friend's dog being put to sleep. Video: A little girl grows up and has to leave her imaginary friends behind.
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