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So today I learned that IMDB has music videos on it to rate. Now I want a list on iCM of the "best music videos". First I ahve to find a good list. Be great to have the "500 Greatest Music Videos of All-Time" and make it an unofficial list.

So, anyone have a good list?

1) Most watched on youtube -- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_m ... ube_videos
2) Billboard -- http://www.billboard.com/articles/list/ ... ll-results
3) NME -- http://www.nme.com/list/100-greatest-music-videos-1097 <---------- MY CHOICE
4) Rolling Stone -- http://www.rollingstone.com/music/pictu ... e-20110420
5) Complex -- http://www.complex.com/style/2014/02/th ... rnia-gurls
6) E! -- http://entertainment.time.com/2011/07/2 ... ic-videos/
7) Grammy for best video -- http://www.imdb.com/list/ls069911626


So what are your thoughts? Is this a list you'd be interested in? Anyone want to compile a list of best music videos?
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I think a good list of music videos it's something worth to discuss. Some of them are very cinematic and works of art. There are at least, or that I know of, 3 official checks: "Fight for your Right", "Thriller" and "Video Killed The Radio Star".

At the moment i can think of these good music videos (regardless of taste):

"Around the World" by Daft Punk - Directed by Michel Gondry
" Otherside" by Red Hot Chilli Peppers - It has a very german expressionism period to it.
"Star Guitar" by Chemical Brothers
"Love On The Run" by Chicane - It's a really cool shortfilm
"Take On Me" - A-Ha - Animation vs Live Action

and of course:

Greatest Music Video Ever
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dirty_score on Jun 26 2017, 06:04:27 PM wrote:and of course:

Greatest Music Video Ever
Well done.


Anyway, I recommend looking at this SotD thread, where some users posted their favourite music videos. Other music videos have been discussed in other SotDs, which can be found through the index.
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blueboybob on Jun 26 2017, 03:21:52 PM wrote:So today I learned that IMDB has music videos on it to rate. Now I want a list on iCM of the "best music videos".
IMDb may allow music videos, but it is woefully incomplete as a music video database. Any of those lists will probably require you to add more than half the entries to IMDb. I think having those lists on ICM would be interesting, though, so if you're willing to do the work I think it'd be great, might even be willing to help you add some next week.
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blueboybob on Jun 26 2017, 03:21:52 PM wrote:So what are your thoughts? Is this a list you'd be interested in? Anyone want to compile a list of best music videos?
What do you mean with this? Do you suggest to create a combined list like TSPDT and call it TSMVDT? Or do you just want those lists you mentioned on iCM?

I'm all for having those lists you linked to on iCM. Would be a great addition.
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Yes please (not most viewed though - that's crap)
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I'm supportive of an authoritative/curated list of music videos, but then iCheckTVseries.
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joachimt on Jun 26 2017, 11:41:02 PM wrote:
blueboybob on Jun 26 2017, 03:21:52 PM wrote:So what are your thoughts? Is this a list you'd be interested in? Anyone want to compile a list of best music videos?
What do you mean with this? Do you suggest to create a combined list like TSPDT and call it TSMVDT? Or do you just want those lists you mentioned on iCM?

I'm all for having those lists you linked to on iCM. Would be a great addition.
I was thinking more one of those lists (for now). Maybe one day a "TSMVDT" type list, but we would need a lot more lists.
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I just added over 1000 music videos (https://www.icheckmovies.com/movies/unc ... =dateadded) to iCM. Anyone want to make a list? I think we should add 2 (maybe 3) for now

NME -- http://www.nme.com/list/100-greatest-music-videos-1097
YouTube -- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_m ... ube_videos (obviously only the music videos)
Grammy for Music Video -- http://www.imdb.com/list/ls069911626



If you come across something not on IMDB, post it here and we can team up on that.
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I'm a big fan of Michel Gondry's music videos. They include some of the most visually inventive MVs ever made.
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Great thread! Too bad I'm at work right now, otherwise I would put more time in it. But for now, just a few favourites.

I like this kind of neo-silent video:
Get Well Soon - If This Hat Is Missing (I Have Gone Hunting)
Nice, somewhat arthousy storytelling:
Doves - Kingdom of Rust
I was impressed when I first saw Bitter Sweet Symphony. I didn't know it was an homage to this:
Massive Attack - Unfinished Sympathy
And it may be a bit too mainstream (storytelling-wise, I mean), but this was one of the first music videos that really impressed me:
Guns n' Roses - November Rain
And sexist or not, I think all Aerosmith videos deserve a special mention because of the eye-candy. :innocent:

Maybe I'll post a few more later.
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so, are you trolling to be called sexist? :P
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xianjiro on Jun 28 2017, 11:51:33 AM wrote:so, are you trolling to be called sexist? :P
Nah. :P
Let's say I see why objectively you might have a good case calling these videos sexist, but I still enjoy them as a slightly guilty pleasure. :)
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How about a list of "Most all-time YouTube views"?

https://imvdb.com/charts/all

It would be in the vein of the All Time Box Office and All Time Worldwide Box Office
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Kublai Khan on Jul 5 2017, 09:10:51 PM wrote:How about a list of "Most all-time YouTube views"?

https://imvdb.com/charts/all

It would be in the vein of the All Time Box Office and All Time Worldwide Box Office
Yikes, that list is even more horrendous than I imagined.
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Mtv Video Music Awards "Video of the Year" winners?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MTV_Video ... ceremonies
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Kublai Khan on Jul 5 2017, 10:55:49 PM wrote:Mtv Video Music Awards "Video of the Year" winners?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MTV_Video ... ceremonies
Surprisingly not bad, actually. At least up to 2006; from then on I'm not familiar with the winners.

These greatest music videos lists are a bit more interesting, to me:

Pitchfork's 100 Awesome Music Videos: http://pitchfork.com/features/lists-and ... os/?page=1

NME's 100 Greatest Music Videos: http://www.nme.com/list/100-greatest-music-videos-1097
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GruesomeTwosome on Jul 5 2017, 11:07:41 PM wrote:Pitchfork's 100 Awesome Music Videos: http://pitchfork.com/features/lists-and ... os/?page=1
That's probably one worth adopting. People may like it or hate it, but pitchfork is fairly influential.
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If a music video list is adopted it would only be one, and I think it'd be preferably one based on the visual artistry not necessarily the underlying music. The description of the pitchfork list makes me unsure if its criteria are really appropriate for a list on a movie site.
simply, dozens of clips that, for various reasons (because they're so good, because they're so bad, because they feature the Jacksons imagining themselves as gigantic golden gods sprinkling gold dust on humanity), we enjoy watching and hope you'll enjoy as well.

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PeacefulAnarchy on Jul 5 2017, 11:47:40 PM wrote:If a music video list is adopted it would only be one, and I think it'd be preferably one based on the visual artistry not necessarily the underlying music. The description of the pitchfork list makes me unsure if its criteria are really appropriate for a list on a movie site.
simply, dozens of clips that, for various reasons (because they're so good, because they're so bad, because they feature the Jacksons imagining themselves as gigantic golden gods sprinkling gold dust on humanity), we enjoy watching and hope you'll enjoy as well.

When selecting the following vids we decided to chuck anything from the Director's Label Series-- virtually everything on those collections would be obvious candidates for a list like this-- and stick to clips roughly from the MTV era. Crucially, they also all had to be on YouTube-- we prefer giving you the chance to see a clip to simply talking about one.
What's the "Director's Label Series?"
The Directors Label series refers to these: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Directors_Label

Basically, DVD releases of the videographies of some specific music video directors (such as Spike Jonze, Michel Gondry, Jonathan Glazer and some others as you'll see in the link).
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Ah, I'd heard of those but forgot about them, thanks.
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There seems to be very little k-pop on these lists. :(
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Must be I was the one whose check-whoring you noticed. Well couple of months ago I saw that all the Jon Lajoie videos are on IMDb, so it was logically that all 'normal' music videos should be there as well. It appears that they just started to add them, because not even all Michael Jackson videos are up.

I watched most of music videos before internet era because there wasn't anything smarter to do in the lazy afternoons. Of all foreign channels, we only catched Eurosport which, for some reason, begun to limit its programming to only 2hrs a day, and for the rest of the time, there was Viva Channel where I found out all about quality pop music. I guess that was the reason for having affection for 80s music (aside punk/alternative which I discovered later through high-school days).

I remember it was Men without Hats who made the biggest impression on me, not much because of their music itself; it was such a creative move to make a medieval-town settings for their biggest hit, pied piper, midgets and stuff, you know. :)
Oh yeah and I loved when waitress was stabbed in the back in Trio's Da Da Da. That was cool, too.
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Also I remember how unusual was to me seeing Jimmy Sommerville drooling over a man at the swimming pool. Being a kid you imagine gays as moustached perverts in leather attire all over their bare, hairy breasts, and then you see a completely casual dude in check shirt who's not even horny, just romantically infatuated with another dude.

Back then I wasn't 100% sure of WHAT species Boy George was, which kinda terrified me. :)

And I felt sorry for Skee Lo for being so short. Nobody wanted to pick him for their team.
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LOL I didn't know about this:

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Still can't rate this one
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GruesomeTwosome on Jul 5 2017, 09:34:31 PM wrote:
Kublai Khan on Jul 5 2017, 09:10:51 PM wrote:How about a list of "Most all-time YouTube views"?

https://imvdb.com/charts/all

It would be in the vein of the All Time Box Office and All Time Worldwide Box Office
Yikes, that list is even more horrendous than I imagined.
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PeacefulAnarchy on Jul 5 2017, 11:47:40 PM wrote:If a music video list is adopted it would only be one, and I think it'd be preferably one based on the visual artistry not necessarily the underlying music. The description of the pitchfork list makes me unsure if its criteria are really appropriate for a list on a movie site.
simply, dozens of clips that, for various reasons (because they're so good, because they're so bad, because they feature the Jacksons imagining themselves as gigantic golden gods sprinkling gold dust on humanity), we enjoy watching and hope you'll enjoy as well.

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What's the "Director's Label Series?"
Yeah, re-looking at the list it seems like it's just 6-7 people sitting around and taking turns spitting out music videos until they got to 100.

Something like this is a little better, but not quite it yet:

http://www.complex.com/style/2014/02/th ... ic-videos/
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GruesomeTwosome on Jul 6 2017, 12:38:00 AM wrote:
PeacefulAnarchy on Jul 5 2017, 11:47:40 PM wrote:If a music video list is adopted it would only be one, and I think it'd be preferably one based on the visual artistry not necessarily the underlying music. The description of the pitchfork list makes me unsure if its criteria are really appropriate for a list on a movie site.
simply, dozens of clips that, for various reasons (because they're so good, because they're so bad, because they feature the Jacksons imagining themselves as gigantic golden gods sprinkling gold dust on humanity), we enjoy watching and hope you'll enjoy as well.

When selecting the following vids we decided to chuck anything from the Director's Label Series-- virtually everything on those collections would be obvious candidates for a list like this-- and stick to clips roughly from the MTV era. Crucially, they also all had to be on YouTube-- we prefer giving you the chance to see a clip to simply talking about one.
What's the "Director's Label Series?"
The Directors Label series refers to these: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Directors_Label

Basically, DVD releases of the videographies of some specific music video directors (such as Spike Jonze, Michel Gondry, Jonathan Glazer and some others as you'll see in the link).
They were good releases, I've got a few. Shame Chris Cunningham has never moved into feature films, unlike all the others.

Just found out from wikipedia he's married to Jenny Lee Lindberg from Warpaint. I kinda hate him now ;)
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This should be on a list and be an official check. ^_^

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Armoreska on Jul 10 2017, 02:39:25 PM wrote:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_m ... sic_videos
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there is only one music video that deservers to be mentioned here.


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mathiasa on Jul 17 2017, 04:03:59 PM wrote:there is only one music video that deservers to be mentioned here.


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@gershwin: body paint?
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mathiasa on Jul 18 2017, 04:22:34 AM wrote:@gershwin: body paint?
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Chris Cunningham is one of the absolute masters (yet he's strangely absent from most lists), Warp (label) had some cool stuff too. And there's Pleix, a French collective that made videos that float between short and music video.
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Armoreska on Jul 18 2017, 04:26:11 AM wrote:
mathiasa on Jul 18 2017, 04:22:34 AM wrote:@gershwin: body paint?
there's a woman wearing latex @ 3:40
aaaaah, that. Not 100% but I think this is an artifact. The rip seems to be from VHS, and that part is prob from some porn that got there on accident (not part of the music video).
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Nah, it must be intentional. There's also the VHS static effect in the end.
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