Category Archives: Video Clip
It’s the year I graduated from college. Let’s see how my ratings compare the Entertainment Weekly’s recently published list. Baby Got Back by Sir Mix-A-Lot. EW: A. JayTunes: B. It had some shock value back then and has some ironically … Continue reading
Here’s another Entertainment Weekly Chart Flashback that caught my eye. Let’s see how the ratings compare for one of my first years out of college. The Sign by Ace of Base. EW: A-. JayTunes: B-. I’m sure this song got a … Continue reading
Not unlike the weather, I’ve been going through a bit of a dry spell when it comes to new music. Thankfully I’ve come across a couple of nice tunes in that last couple of days that have quenched my thirst … Continue reading
MTV debuted on August 1, 1981 at 12:01 am by playing “Video Killed the Radio Star” by The Buggles. I don’t really remember that video very well, but I do remember… Of course the channel is total garbage now, but it did … Continue reading
It looks like our rough stretch of oppressive heat is just about over, but my top 10 songs with “hot” or “heat” in the title should stick around for much longer: Canned Heat by Jamiroquai (made famous in Napoleon Dynamite) … Continue reading
On our country’s birthday, I thought I’d take a walk down (recent) memory land and throw a few things at you: my Top 10 Patriotic Songs list from 2009, my Top 10 America Songs from 2008, and this little slice … Continue reading
I don’t exactly know what to say other than I find this video to be quite fascinating and Vi Hart to be exceptionally talented.
Owl City and Carly Rae Jepsen just released a nice bit of summertime pop fluff called Good Time. Although it’s not up to the level of their respective hits Fireflies and Call Me Maybe, it’s still a fun song. Speaking … Continue reading
I’ve always sort of liked Rufus Wainwright ever since I saw him open for Barenaked Ladies in the mid-90s (April Fools and his cover of Hallelujah from the Shrek Soundtrack are my favorites), but this rendition of gum jingles moves him up … Continue reading
Mr. Rogers was the first show I ever watched on a regular basis and this remix is brilliant. It brings back a lot of fond memories.