The best music videos thread

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  1. TitansfaninKY

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  2. Titanup1982

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    I know most people around here don't listen to Reggae, but this guy is my favorite Artist of all time..

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    This song right here caters to the masses on here :D For a black guy, I can actually say this is one of the best performances I have seen on Youtube.

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    Love me some Reggae...



    Rebelution is whats up. Also highly recommend Slighty Stoopid and Easy-Star All Stars. Easy star has their own albums but also covers other non-reggae albums. They have done Dark Side of the Moon, Sgt. Pepper and Radiohead's OK Computer.
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    I literally have a Slightly Stoopid song saved on my Youtube.. They are a different form of Reggae, I'm not really use to. But I love this song. I love me some old school Reggae.

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    That song was in 97% of movies from the 80's lol
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    Close... they quit airing them by then.

    I've heard a lot of people in my musical peer group whine about the fall of rock and roll and the rise of rap and how they're confused by it. It's really very simple:
    When Nirvana appeared and the consequential grunge movement happened, rock and roll stopped being about hedonism and started being about nihilism. Rap expanded because it embraced what rock began rejecting: T&A. Grunge took the fun and hot chicks right out of rock leaving nothing for the hormone-addled teen to strive for except self-loathing. Rap didn't kill rock; rock killed itself.
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  9. TitansfaninKY

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    Rock and roll is dead?
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