Daft Punk with "Prime Time Of Your Life"; Dir: Tony Gardner
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message is a bit plumply told (no pun intended), but fuck that was scary...
mmm, I think it's more of a commentary on a bad acid (or something else) trip. Course, seeing the skeletons as thin, and herself as fat... you could be right. Maybe a bit of both.
-Blastido /long time viewer, first time commenter. Hey everybody!
bread and salt for Blastido!
Are skeletons the new furries?
skeletons after all
daft punk did the soundtrack to an after-school special?
i'm not sure where to post this, and i don't want to make a new video topic because people will beat me with chains. are there some suggestions where to find videos? in particular i am looking for this video by origene called sanctuary. i have looked on itunes, google, limewire and a number of other sites but haven't been able to find it. any suggestions are welcome. thx.
if you could email me that would be extra fancy: firstname.lastname@example.org.
anyone got another link, the real player one isn't working for me,
or a player for osx that plays wmv/asx streams
like windows media player?
copy this into the old winshit player for mac (flip4mac isn't up to handling this particular wmv stream)
I found this vid on two German websites.
The first is German Lables site.
and the second one is the site of German music-magazine
Furthermore I found out, that Lables will release a "best of" CD/DVD with all singles and videos. "Musique Vol. 1" is the name of ther product.
And this year they will perform live. The first gig is announced for 29th of April. They will perform at the Coachella festival in California. European dates will follov.
Someone found out who has directed the new video? Roman Coppola?
I think it could be Daft Punk themselves who have directed this video, seeing as how they have directed the videos for both of the other singles(Robot Rock and Technologic) from their latest album. I thought the Technologic video was creepy but, man, this is something else!
Of course you can see how the thing is gonna turn out a bit after the beginning, but damn I loved it. Rad. Dark. Clumsy and cheap. Loved it. Drove the point so deeply that you end up wanting to see it again. Beautiful nugget of darkness ... scratch that, truth.
Watch this Daft Punk vid and then jump over to the David Gray vid "Alibi" (a bit further down). "Alibi" is actually more disturbing.
I'd say Daft directed. Phew! All 3 Human After All vids look like they came from 70's TV. That's their trump card. I wonder how people who don't know much about 70's TV would feel about these vids?
This would go in the 'March Faves' post..
Daft Punk have been directing all their own videos for a while and will probably continue to do so.
And I think they should do it in future again and again. Good job! But what should I say....I am a fan.
Are there some other examples for musicians making their own videos?
OK! Pulp and Jarvis Cocker?
nofare: I think we shouLd avoid to compare apples with bulbs. The end of the "Alibi" video is quite foreseeable. But the idea is a good one.
Noooo! For the love of The Mother with a capital M.! Noooo! Apples and bulbs should be compared. In fact, they must be compared. Only then would we realize that apples are an aberration of Nature and should be shot!
This video was directed by Tony Gardner, the person responsible for the creepy robot in Technologic. Alterian Inc. did all of the effects stuff.
alterian- Wow, okay, I just researched that and imdb says Alterian FX/Tony also worked on "Robot Rock." It seems that's this Tony Gardner. Apparently his first job was on Michael Jackson's Thriller. Quite a CV there.
Is this Tony's first mv? It was excellently done. How did he hook up with Daft Punk?
Wow, he apparently also developed those super-cool robot masks Daft Punk wear in their publicity photos. What's this guy doing next, mv-wise??
He's also from Cleveland, which makes him ace in my book! ;) Best damn city in America.
I believe that he was also one of the producers on the Daft Punk movie ("ELECTROMA")that just finished shooting in California. Spike Jonze introduced TG to the Daft Punk guys back in the days that they were first thinking about going robotic....his shop had already done a lot for Mr. Jonze's different projects, including "Adaptation."
Same guy who dies by Chucky in the last Chucky film too
His company built the killer dolls - and he's their first kill.
Someone find out who's the kid?
nice quicktime versions a288.g.akamai.net