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The Major

What are you listening to ? Part2

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Dont think we have a thread for this... :stoned:

Anyway heres a couple of my favorite music clips.

Frank Zappa

First up is frank Zappa with city of tiny lights

Saw this live on The Old Grey Whistle Test on TV years ago.

A great video for its time and well its Frank Zappa.

:wink:

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Pink Floyd: Live at Pompeii -- One of These Days

Pink Floyd

OMG this is amazing. I must have seen this film 1000`s of times.

i should get the DVD cause the VHS is nearly worn out.

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Zappa??? Not paid homage to old Frank in ages, i should d/load some all i have is on those old flat, black, plastic discs that were all the rage in the last century!

At the risk of repeating myself...but i will...try my favourite video of this century....so far...

OK GO - Here it Goes Again

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LET THERE BE ROCK!

nuff said. :stoned:

ACDC

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i should d/load some all i have is on those old flat, black, plastic discs that were all the rage in the last century!

Vinyl Kicks arse man. i have loads and love every scratch jump and rock burn.

:yinyang:

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Beck Hansen - Loser

Loser

In the time of chimpanzees you where a monkey! :yinyang:

Class video on cost £150 to make.

:yinyang:

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Vinyl Kicks arse man. i have loads and love every scratch jump and rock burn.

:yinyang:

Vinyl gets personal, CD's just are. :yinyang:

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Or if you like a "different" slant on your AC/DC try this

Dirty Deeds Alternative!

Go on Angus!

Or Al in this case :yinyang:

Wish i'd never sold the gramma-phone now!

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One of my favourites, Pink Floyd

Time

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Beck Hansen - Loser

Loser

In the time of chimpanzees you where a monkey! :yinyang:

Class video on cost £150 to make.

:yinyang:

Becks fuckin quality.

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A wee Add On....

YouTube, in an apparent bid to license legal content that folks actually want to download (yes, we're skeptical that the homemade video of your friend on the trampoline is driving much of the site's 100 million daily views), has just announced an ambitious plan to become the MTV of Web 2.0.

"What we really want to do is in six to 12 months, maybe 18 months, to have every music video ever created up on YouTube," co-founder Steve Chen told Reuters. "We're trying to bring in as much of this content as we can on to the site."

YouTube is still working out its business model with the record labels who control the videos, but the very fact that the labels are interested in talking with the site's management shows that the entertainment industry recognizes the opportunity here. They're hoping that you've never experienced "Paradise by the Dashboard Light" until you've experienced it by the blue glow of your computer screen.

Rather than sue the site out of existence (YouTube does host a staggering array of copyrighted clips, including an amazing array of music videos), the industry has generally turned a blind eye to the copyright problems as YouTube traffic has soared. The site is now one of the top 50 in the world and provides a powerful marketing platform to companies who can learn how to take advantage.

With that kind of growth, problems are not unexpected, but YouTube servers have proved generally reliable. They did suffer a major, six-hour outage yesterday, though, which was deemed newsworthy in countries ranging from the UK to Australia. That alone tells you all you need to know about their rate of growth and global reach.

Get them before they do a Napster on them and charge us to watch them. :yinyang:

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And finally...for now....

Highway to Hell......Hayseed Dixie Style!

Crank up that banjo & let her rip!

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Beck Hansen - Loser

Loser

In the time of chimpanzees you where a monkey! :yinyang:

Class video on cost £150 to make.

:yinyang:

Phug me, i ain't heard that for the best part of 12 years, i'd forgotten what a tune it is!

Reminds me of snortin' charlie off the photocopier in the office at lunch time, now that was a job.... lol

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BTW....

Just how would one go about stealin' videos off yourube? :yinyang:

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