Nirvana - School (2'27'') Live

This theme was initially released in 1989. There is no music video for this song but it is one of my favourite themes of the album Bleach.


Blasted Mechanism - Karkow (3'48'') 1999

For your information, this language is completely made up.

Blasted Mechanism is one of the most ground-breaking Portuguese bands ever!



Clã - Problema de Expressão (3'38'') 1997

I saw a concert of this band Clã a couple of days ago. I always live to watch them live.
Funny enough that this music-video was quite hard to find available online, and this was one of their first hits!


Clã - Rosinha (4'16'') 2013

Versão dos Clã do clássico brasileiro Rosinha, retirado do mais recente DVD ao vivo da banda, intitulado Barbie Suzie Dolly Polly Pocket.
Editado no final de 2013, este filme apresenta o espectáculo especial que a banda levou ao palco do Teatro Nacional de S. João, no Porto, a 7 de Setembro de 2009, para assinalar a abertura de temporada 2009/2010.
Filme realizado por Eva Ângelo, Victor Hugo Pontes e Clã.


Lil Dicky - Pillow Talking feat. Brain (10'54'') 2017

Every now and then there comes a music-video that is ground-breaking ;)
This one has almost 11 minutes long, is actually on the the top 50 of the most expensive music videos ever and I already lost count of how many times I watched it!


Lauryn Hill - Doo-Wop (That Thing) (4'19'') Live

After watching the concert of Lauryn Hill yesterday I was surprised with the diversity of the arrangements. You can have an idea by comparing this live version with the studio version!

Lauryn Hill - Doo-Wop (That Thing) (3'56'') 1998


Alanis Morissette - Ironic (4'05'') 1995

At some point I thought the last video I shared was going to be an homage to this one here :)

Alanis Morissette - Ironic Music Video from Tricia Rodriguez on Vimeo.


Gorillaz - Saturnz Barz (Spirit House) (6'13'') 2017

Experience Saturn Barz (Spirit House) in 360 here.
(I didn't have to chance to try that yet)


Mr Bungle - Quote Unquote (4'27'') 1991

"Travolta" (also known as "Quote Unquote") was the first single released by American experimental rock band Mr. Bungle. It was featured on their self-titled debut album.
Although the song was originally titled "Travolta", it was quickly changed to "Quote Unquote" due to legal threats.
A music video was made for "Travolta," using its later title "Quote Unquote." The video was banned from MTV due to images of the band members (dressed in various costumes and masks) hanging from meat hooks and overall scary, disturbing images.
Allmusic considers the song to be a tribute to John Travolta and fellow actor Patrick Swayze. The song also has references to Hitler and Trump.

Adapted from the Wikipedia article.


David Bowie - No Plan (4'02'') 2017

David Bowie’s legacy lives on with a new video for “No Plan” which was dropped at midnight on what would have been the icon’s 70th birthday.