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Justice ft. Lenny Kravitz – Let Love Rule

Have you ever wondered what happens to action movie heroes during the end credits? Well, you’re about to find out.

Let Love Rule is a song originally released by Lenny Kravitz in 1989, on his debut album, which has now been republished for its 20th anniversary.

The music video has been directed by Keith Schofield and produced by Steve Buchanan at El Nino.

Director of photography: Damian Acevedo. Editors: Keith Schofield and Alan Capriles.

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The Brighton Port Authority – Toe Jam

The lady starts to sing, but she ain’t no disco dancerShe learned to shake her thing, in between my toes.

The video formerly known as “Censor Bars Art”.
The Brighton Port Authority is Norman Cook, formerly known as Fatboy Slim. The full story (?) is on BPA’s blog.
Toe Jam, featuring David Byrne and Dizzee Rascal, is the [...]

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Supergrass – Bad Blood

I don’t get itThis bed ain’t filled with romance

Perhaps you’ve seen the same trick before, but it’s played well, and matches perfectly the music, so… Enjoy!
Supergrass is an English rock band from Oxford. The band consists of Gaz Coombes, Rob Coombes, Danny Goffey and Mick Quinn.
Bad Blood, to be released on 17 March 2008, will [...]

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MINUS THE BEAR – Knights

Is it really a sin if we both come out even?

Doesn’t take to much to see reality in a different way. Just try looking into a mirror.
Minus the Bear is a band based in Seattle, whose members are Dave Knudson, Cory Murchy, Alex Rose, Jake Snider and Erin Tate.
Knights is featured on their latest album, [...]

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