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Spend 4:16 in trippy classic rock mash up video/music heaven. [Pardon the You Tube link]
posted by punkfloyd (24 comments total)
From the Book of Spend, chapter 4, verse 16.

Sorry. In particularly silly mood this A.M.
posted by grubi at 5:16 AM on April 14, 2006

Apparently there's a whole album of mashups to go with this video. (torrent here)
posted by Plinko at 5:43 AM on April 14, 2006

It's comming right for me.
Stephen Colbert is wrong. It's not bears, it's YouTube that's destroying America.
posted by shnoz-gobblin at 6:01 AM on April 14, 2006

Great video & music. I'd love to see where it was all taken from.
posted by Acey at 6:03 AM on April 14, 2006

Why shnoz-gobblin? Please share with the class.
posted by punkfloyd at 6:07 AM on April 14, 2006

Song was cool, video was meh. But I guess I wouldn't have listened to it if it weren't for the video. So now I have to get the song.
posted by fungible at 6:23 AM on April 14, 2006

/ tunes in, turns on, drops out
posted by madamjujujive at 6:28 AM on April 14, 2006

It's just that a one link FPP to a YouTube video that was interesting, but not the best of the web killed my unkle.
posted by shnoz-gobblin at 6:33 AM on April 14, 2006

Yes shnoz. Those one-link per letter posts are quite popular.
posted by punkfloyd at 7:16 AM on April 14, 2006

My point is summed up in the "!" link.
posted by shnoz-gobblin at 7:18 AM on April 14, 2006

...Meaning that I watch them all. Doesn't everyone? But youTube/Google Video/ starts grating on me almost (but not quite) as bad as hearing the latest Bush fiasco.
Most everyone likes videos, and I love Pink Floyd, and I "love" to hate Bush, but it's like if they didn't make downloading MP3's illegal and there were 2-8 posts a day linking someone elses favorite band. There are whole blogs for that, and not necessarily the best of the web.
posted by shnoz-gobblin at 7:25 AM on April 14, 2006

Too bad that video is a thousand times better than any of the mashups on the album... Great stuff though. Makes me wish Brian Jonestown Massacre were still around. Or that more bands did that without having to be mashups...
posted by klangklangston at 7:35 AM on April 14, 2006

I'm with ya shnoz.
posted by punkfloyd at 7:47 AM on April 14, 2006

like it? listen, watch. Don't like it? move on, close down...stop the fucking bitching and wise ass Look How Smart I Am remarks.
posted by Postroad at 8:19 AM on April 14, 2006

I'm with ya Postroad.
posted by punkfloyd at 9:23 AM on April 14, 2006

Well, I liked it.
posted by sellout at 10:50 AM on April 14, 2006

Nice, I'll be trying the whole album next.
posted by sonofsamiam at 11:04 AM on April 14, 2006

Post style torches aside, I thought the video and mashup were dull and uninspired, as most mashups are.
posted by intermod at 11:47 AM on April 14, 2006

meh. as far as i'm concerned, the whole mashup thing began and ended with osymyso's "intro inspection". everything else is just a pale shadow of that great, great work of art.
posted by dvdgee at 11:53 AM on April 14, 2006

For those of you who liked the Pink Floyd part of this track, hunt down the 'One of these Heatwaves' mashup by ccc. It's One of these Days mashed up with Katrina and the Waves 'Heatwave'.

Turn it up loud...
posted by bruzie at 11:56 AM on April 14, 2006

also, maybe it's just me, but that "!" link from schnoz seems to be written by Jean Teasdale's niece.
posted by dvdgee at 11:56 AM on April 14, 2006

Dude, where is my bong.?
posted by buzzman at 4:21 PM on April 14, 2006

The album has way too much Beatles on it for my tastes. I realize that the theme is "Revolved", but goddamn. Classic rock does not equal Teh Beatles.

Since I don't want to go on an anti-Beatles rant here, I'll just close by saying I never realized until listening to this clip just how little I enjoy Mick Jagger's voice.
posted by Eideteker at 5:16 AM on April 15, 2006

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