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Eric Lin
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new obsession

I don't know why I can't stop watching this music video. I'm not a big fan of big dance routines but it's gloriously  celebratory and technically astounding. And whenever I hear the song, these images pop into my mind.

Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8Z-DIAthbM Here's the making of video:

Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Hfn7EPM9CE

almost 13 years ago 0 likes  9 comments  0 shares
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go Feist! That MV makes me wanna break out in dance and song!
almost 13 years ago
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dude, that's an awesome video. i actually am a big fan of dance/song stuff, esp. if it's done in a unique way. thanks for sharing.
almost 13 years ago
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I love Feist. And this video kicks ass if you ask me :)
almost 13 years ago
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Ha. You director types ALWAYS go for the "that was just one long shot, no cuts..." That's hard enough with just one person....wonder how many times they rehearsed/shot this. That was Busby Berkeley goes organic. Great fun. And HI ERIC!
almost 13 years ago
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huh I have to say I expected a weird type of video when she first came out and it erupted into this feel good..hippie thing...I don't know how to describe it but you just want to make your body go limp and sway around haha. It kind of reminded me of a gap commercial - I can't imagine how difficult it was to figure out that routine.
almost 13 years ago
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I heard the song many times before a friend showed me the video. When I first watched it was nothing like what I imagined the music video would be. I wasn't sure I liked it but it stuck in my brain because it was so strange and vibrant and I wanted to watch it again and again. Finding things like that are great: the unexpected that tickle your brain and don't let go. I love the music vid. And yeah it's like Busby Berkeley meets GAP ad meets a drum circle in Berkeley.
almost 13 years ago
Rottendoubt a4 patrick
that video is very cool....
almost 13 years ago
Joanneooi d4 joanneooi
wow, i loved that video. it was like a living painting. so rarely in this modern age do you actually see a film which truly takes advantage of the actual medium of film, in its expansiveness (literally), color and vitality. i never watch films -- precisely, because they're never like that video. thank you for sharing!
almost 13 years ago
This is a damn good video!
almost 13 years ago


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