Stop the Madness, a mid-80s anti-drug music video, featuring the New Edition, Whitney Houston, LaToya Jackson, Herb Albert, Toni Basil, and First Lady Nancy Reagan (no shit). Created by Tim Reid, who currently plays William Barnett in “That ’70s Show,” a show that glorifies teenage stonerism. Back story.
New video for the Raconteurs (Jack White, Brendan Benson, et al) first single, “Steady, As She Goes” (QT, Win). Also, download the single from iTunes. Cover art:
Stream the director’s cut of Elefant’s new video for “Lolita” (Windows, Real, QT). As you’d expect, it contains brief nudity (boobs). MP3. From The Black Magic Show.
New Morrissey video for “You Have Killed Me” off Ringleader of the Tormentors.
New Loose Fur (Tweedy, O’Rourke, Kotche) video for “Hey Chicken” off Born Again in the USA. Cool that Drag City is utilizing YouTube.
Stream Death Cab’s new video for “Crooked Teeth” (Real, Win, QT, Flash). Like Peter Gabriel in the 80s. Or Gumby before that.
Stream the new Sondre Lerche video, “Minor Detail,” from his forthcoming Duper Sessions album. More videos.
Adding one more nail to the major label coffin, the conglomorate that owns Interscope, Geffen, Lost Highway and several other labels has decided to start charging people to watch their music videos.
New Bjork video: “Who Is It” from Medulla. Real. WMV: 100, 300, 450. QT: 56, 100, 300, 450. Video: Björk – “Who Is It?” Update: Embedded YouTube, 11/21/2017.
Uncle Tupelo – “Chickamauga” video (50MB Windows Media) live in 1994. We’ll leave it up until we run out of bandwidth. Thanks to JHamm for encoding.