Well, I finally finished listening to all of them except for two which are not available. I am familiar with Pearl Jam, Beastie Boys, REM and Red Hot Chili Peppers. All others were new to me. I thought the video of Sabotage was funny. I do love REM and Red Hot Chili Peppers but I have to be honest, I find the songs a bit too dark or real for my taste. I guess I like things to be a bit subtle but if it has to be real then be it like Losing My Religion.
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Look Emma, work with me. I'm trying to help you because you have very poor taste in (rock/pop) music. Now, if you want to impress your friends, get to know Interpol and Modest Mouse
Sabotage is the best video of all-time (period) It was awesome 15 years ago, it will be awesome 15 years from now.
You should see the movie Amadeus. It is one of greatest movies of all time in my book and so very well made. You will get to know a lot about Mozart even though it has a very tragic ending.
Amadeus was a superb movie. However, it is recognized as one of the most factually inacturate films. The relationship between Mozart and Salieri is absolutely central to the movie, but it is also complete fiction.
Amadeus #6 on the list of 11 Movies Saved by Historical InaccuracyThe Inaccuracies: Sure, Mozart was a man who enjoyed the occasional diarrhea joke, but by all accounts he was far from the filthy-minded, giggling simpleton depicted in the movie. Also, most historians agree that his relationship with Salieri was one of "friendly rivalry, marked by mutual respect and admiration." And though the movie hints that Salieri may have killed Mozart by poisoning him, the truth is Mozart probably drank himself to death on good old-fashioned booze.http://www.cracked.com/article_15014_p2.html
Here's a good read about their relationship...http://www.mozartproject.org/essays/brown.html
Here's a good read about Salieri...http://www.nwsinfonietta.org/notes18Feb06.htm