Top 5 Music Videos
#1 A Perfect Circle - Counting Bodies
A Perfect Circle - Counting Bodies Like Sheep to the Rhythm of War Drums, when I first seen this video I loved it. It was so cool I thought. I originally heard of A Perfect Circle when I lived in Manitoba and actually got a chance to see them play at the Burton Cummings theater in Winnipeg. It was pretty cool I must say.
A Perfect Circle first began in 1999 by guitarist Billy Howerdel and vocalist from Tool Maynard James Keenan. They have made 3 studio albums: Mer De Noms (2000), Thirteenth Step (2003) and Emotive (2004). Also one Extended play call Deep Cuts which has 4 songs and was released in 2009. As well as 8 different Singles.
This song is from the album Emotive.
#2 Rob Dougan - Clubbed to Death
I love this video, it has such a story to tell. Here's some key moments via YouTube
0:01 In a world full of deceit,we're going backwards like mindless sheep.
0:55 He tries to go against the system
1:05How, one way or another,we try to destroy each other.
1:37Love can freeze time, and create it's own reality.
2:19Falls and rises again,like we all should do.
2:58That wall represents all that keeps us from being the best we can.
3:07 Comes back better,stronger,wiser..Children look up to us and take our example.
#3 Moby - Porcelain
This is one of the first video's I can remember watching that gave me tingles. Its just so..whats the word...mellow yet depressing? He sits so calm in the car.
Moby or Richard Melville Hall, started out his music career in 1982 in a band called Vatican Commandos. Now he has 10 albums. Moby (1992), Ambient (1993), Everything is Wrong (1995), Animal Rights (1996), Play (1999), 18 (2002), Hotel (2005), Last Night (2008), Wait For Me (2009) and Destroyed (2011).
The song Porcelain is from his album called Play.
#4 The Avalanches - Frontier Psychiatrist
The Avalanches began in 1994 and have 1 studio album, Since I Left You (2000), 1 Compilation album At Last Alone (2001) and finally 3 Extended plays El Producto (1997), A Different Feeling (2000) and Electricity (2001).
Frontier Psychiatrist is from the Since I Left You album.
#5 MGMT - Kids
Last but definitely not least Kids by MGMT. I remember seeing a while different video for this a long time ago, but then I ran into this one. This is just weird! Its a video about parents/divorced parents treating their kids badly.
MGMT began in 2005 and have 4 albums. Climbing to New Lows (2005), Oracular Spectacular (2007), Congratulations (2010) and MGMT (TBA). There is also 5 extended plays. We Don't Care (2004), Time to Pretend (2005), Qu'est-ce que c'est la vie, chaton? (2010), We Hear of Love, of Youth, of Disillusionment (2011) and finally Congratulations Remixes (2011).