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2nd Jun '17 2:46:32 AM TimeLordVictorious
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* Some parts of the music video for "Shout" by Music/TearsForFears was notably shot at Durdle Door in Dorset, and wastes no time in showing it off.
18th Apr '17 6:58:29 PM nombretomado
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* The {{Music/Gorillaz}} videos Feel Good Inc. and El Manana have the floating island, which looks like something straight out of StudioGhibli. Butterflies flicking around, modest wildflowers and rolling grassy fields make the place stunning, especially when contrasted to the [[SceneryGorn debauchery and filth of the Feel Good Tower.]]

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* The {{Music/Gorillaz}} videos Feel Good Inc. and El Manana have the floating island, which looks like something straight out of StudioGhibli.Creator/StudioGhibli. Butterflies flicking around, modest wildflowers and rolling grassy fields make the place stunning, especially when contrasted to the [[SceneryGorn debauchery and filth of the Feel Good Tower.]]
5th May '16 4:29:05 PM nombretomado
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** Bono pointed out in a ''Rolling Stone'' piece that the 360 stage has been compared to that of DavidBowie's [[http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glass_Spider_Tour Glass Spider Tour]] in 1987 -- can you blame them? Bowie was one of the first rockers to use this trope, starting with 1974's Diamond Dogs Tour with its giant "Hunger City" set -- ''so'' big and expensive that it eventually had to be dropped (complaints from the band and backup singers, who were all obscured by it for most of the show, probably didn't help). The 1990 Sound+Vision Tour substituted giant projections of Bowie and other performers for physical setpieces. Bowie averted this trope in other tours, such as the 1976 Isolar Tour that used only lighting to set scenes/moods... and even that was limited to white lights.

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** Bono pointed out in a ''Rolling Stone'' piece that the 360 stage has been compared to that of DavidBowie's Music/DavidBowie's [[http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glass_Spider_Tour Glass Spider Tour]] in 1987 -- can you blame them? Bowie was one of the first rockers to use this trope, starting with 1974's Diamond Dogs Tour with its giant "Hunger City" set -- ''so'' big and expensive that it eventually had to be dropped (complaints from the band and backup singers, who were all obscured by it for most of the show, probably didn't help). The 1990 Sound+Vision Tour substituted giant projections of Bowie and other performers for physical setpieces. Bowie averted this trope in other tours, such as the 1976 Isolar Tour that used only lighting to set scenes/moods... and even that was limited to white lights.
9th Mar '16 1:45:36 AM Morgenthaler
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* Many of {{iamamiwhoami}}'s videos depict the natural beauty of the Swedish landscape- as is fitting for a [[ConceptVideo conceptual series of videos]] about a NatureSpirit. Dark and snowy forests, fields, and rivers have all made prominent appearances.

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* Many of {{iamamiwhoami}}'s Music/{{iamamiwhoami}}'s videos depict the natural beauty of the Swedish landscape- as is fitting for a [[ConceptVideo conceptual series of videos]] about a NatureSpirit. Dark and snowy forests, fields, and rivers have all made prominent appearances.



* The cover art for SimpleMinds' debut album [[http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/_/45726701/Life+In+A+Day.jpg "Life In A Day."]] Although their label at the time didn't seem to like it.

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* The cover art for SimpleMinds' Music/SimpleMinds' debut album [[http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/_/45726701/Life+In+A+Day.jpg "Life In A Day."]] Although their label at the time didn't seem to like it.
15th Nov '15 7:31:51 PM Suzukipot
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* Any music video by Music/StudioKillers most notably this: [[https://youtu.be/Lo-EmtXbFRg]] and this: [[https://youtu.be/uGjHsLnUO1U]]
2nd Oct '15 7:49:11 AM dsneybuf
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* Just about any album cover painted by Roger Dean, notably his work with [[Music/{{Yes}} Yes]] and [[Music/{{Asia}} Asia]].

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* Just about any album cover painted by Roger Dean, notably his work with [[Music/{{Yes}} Yes]] Music/{{Yes}} and [[Music/{{Asia}} Asia]].Music/{{Asia}}.
* Music/ImagineDragons' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PscXGpsF3dY "Roots"]] video features this as Dan Reynolds explores various parts of New Zealand, such as Auckland and Great Barrier Island.
8th Apr '15 10:41:02 AM TheLastHonestMan
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* Just about any album cover painted by Roger Dean, notably his work with [[Music/{{Yes}} Yes]] and [[Music/{{Asia}} Asia]].
4th Apr '15 5:34:13 AM Leaforator
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* The "Making Of Music/TogetherAlone" promo video for Music/CrowdedHouse features many gorgeous shots of New Zealand's Kare Kare Beach, where the album was recorded.
27th Jul '14 1:34:44 PM LahmacunKebab
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** Bono pointed out in a ''Rolling Stone'' piece that the 360 stage has been compared to that of DavidBowie's [[http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glass_Spider_Tour Glass Spider Tour]] in 1987 -- can you blame them? Bowie was one of the first rockers to use this trope, starting with 1974's Diamond Dogs Tour with its giant "Hunger City" set -- ''so'' big and expensive that it eventually had to be dropped (complaints from the band and backup singers, who were all obscured by it for most of the show, probably didn't help). The 1990 Sound+Vision Tour substituted giant projections of Bowie and other performers for physical setpieces. Bowie averted this trope in other tours, such as the 1976 Isolar Tour that used only lighting to set scenes/moods...and even that was limited to white lights.

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** Bono pointed out in a ''Rolling Stone'' piece that the 360 stage has been compared to that of DavidBowie's [[http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glass_Spider_Tour Glass Spider Tour]] in 1987 -- can you blame them? Bowie was one of the first rockers to use this trope, starting with 1974's Diamond Dogs Tour with its giant "Hunger City" set -- ''so'' big and expensive that it eventually had to be dropped (complaints from the band and backup singers, who were all obscured by it for most of the show, probably didn't help). The 1990 Sound+Vision Tour substituted giant projections of Bowie and other performers for physical setpieces. Bowie averted this trope in other tours, such as the 1976 Isolar Tour that used only lighting to set scenes/moods... and even that was limited to white lights.
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