New Order – Tutti Frutti (2016)

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‘Tutti Frutti’ is taken from New Order’s Music Complete, out now on Mute.
Video directed by Tom Haines: tom-haines.com.

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New Order – Restless (2015)

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Restless – The official video
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Directed/Produced by NYSU

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Lil Wayne – God Bless Amerika (2013)

Lil Wayne has backed down over his controversial stomping of the American flag. The 30-year-old rapper has removed the distinctly un-patriotic scene from the final director’s cut of the video for his new single God Bless Amerika. Last month the four-time Grammy winner faced backlash after a clip from the video, which was shot in New Orleans, was released and showed him stomping on the flag as he danced around before an assembled crowd. [Source]

https://vimeo.com/70374545








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Yello – Mean Monday (2011)

Directed by Daniel Cherbuin and Dieter Meier
Cast: Melanie Oertig, Boris Blank and Dieter Meier
Director of photography: Eric Lehner
Second camera and grading: Shamol Majumder
Editor: Daniel Cherbuin
Photography: Eric Meltzer and Martin Wanner
Styling and make-up: Merita Rikoska

Special thanks to: Mike Federer for providing the Citroen DS and Tom Rist for providing the Helsinki Club Zurich

Lyrics:

I’m gonna lose my mind when I hear your voice,
I love the games you play aint got no choice.

I’m a slave in the game playing it tough,
Running for love it’s getting rough
Sometimes stupid,Sometimes mean
But then I wanna tell you I’m incredibly keen,
Keen to tell you I’m just playing the cool
Please Margarita I’ve kissed the fool

Keen to tell you I’m just playing the cool
Please Margarita kiss the fool

Please Margarita hold me tight
Please Margarita show me the light

Show me the light….
Of love

Please Margarita hold me tight
Please Margarita show me the light

Show me the light….
Of love

“Well I believe it when you tell me that you love me…
I just have to believe everything that you say..
Sometimes I know….
you can be so vain but baby you know that I…I keep loving you”

I’ll never be the man you think you know,
I’m playing tough and I’m feeling low

I’m a slave in the game playing it tough,
Running for love it’s getting rough,
I never had in mind to be mean
Please Margarita incredibly keen
Keen to tell you I’m just playing the cool
Please Margarita kiss the fool

Please Margarita hold me tight,
Please Margarita show me the light

Show me the light…

“I keep loving you”

Please Margarita hold me tight,
Please Margarita show me the light

Show me the light…
Of love

Please Margarita hold me tight,
Please Margarita show me the light

Show me the light…
Of love



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Deep Purple – Woman From Tokyo (1973)

Who Do We Think We Are is the seventh studio album by Deep Purple, released in 1973. It was Deep Purple’s last album with singer Ian Gillan until Perfect Strangers in 1984. Who Do We Think We Are was recorded in Rome in July 1972 and Frankfurt in October 1972, using the Rolling Stones Mobile Studio. “Woman from Tokyo”, the first track recorded in July 1972, is about touring Japan for the first time (e.g. the lyric “Fly into the Rising Sun”). The only other track released from the Rome sessions is the out-take “Painted Horse”. The rest of the album was recorded in Frankfurt after more touring (including Japan). Ian Gillan left the band following this album, citing internal tensions widely thought to include a feud with Blackmore. However, in an interview supporting the release of the 1984 Mark II Deep Purple comeback album Perfect Strangers, Gillan stated fatigue and management also had a lot to do with it. We had just come off 18 months of touring, and we’d all had major illnesses at one time or another. Looking back, if they’d have been decent managers, they would have said, ‘All right, stop. I want you to all go on three months’ holiday. I don’t even want you to pick up an instrument.’ But instead they pushed us to complete the album on time. We should have stopped. I think if we did, Deep Purple would have still been around to this day. The last Mark II concert in the 1970s before Ian Gillan and Roger Glover left was in Osaka, Japan on 29 June 1973. The original album artwork has many quoted articles from newspapers. One of them is from Melody Maker July 1972, where Ian Paice says: Deep Purple get piles of passionate letters either violently against or pro the group. The angry ones generally start off “Who do Deep Purple think they are…” Although “Woman from Tokyo” was a hit single, the group – riven with internal strife – struggled to come up with tracks of the quality of their previous three albums (and first live album). Although it hit number 4 in the UK charts and number 15 in the US charts, it did not sell as well as previous albums. Nonetheless, Deep Purple was the best selling artist in the USA in 1973.



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Fly into the rising sun,
Faces, smiling everyone
Yeah, she is a whole new tradition
I feel it in my heart

My woman from Tokyo
She makes me see
My woman from Tokyo
She’s so good to me

Talk about her like a Queen
Dancing in a Eastern Dream
Yeah, she makes me feel like a river
That carries me away

My woman from Tokyo
She makes me see
My woman from Tokyo
She’s so good to me

But I’m at home and I just don’t belong …

So far away from the garden we love
She is what moves in the soul of a dove
Soon I shall see just how black was my night
When we’re alone in Her City of light

Rising from the neon gloom
Shining like a crazy moon
Yeah, she turns me on like a fire
I get high

My woman from Tokyo
She makes me see
My woman from Tokyo
She’s so good to me

[Dedicated to H.K.]

Depeche Mode – Home (1997)

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“Home” is Depeche Mode’s thirty-third UK single, released on June 16, 1997, and the third single for the album Ultra. It is also the third (and most recent) UK single with Martin Gore on lead vocals, and the second stand-alone single with him on lead vocals (the others are “A Question of Lust” and “Somebody”, which was a double A-side with “Blasphemous Rumours”). Though it was planned to be released in the US, it ended up being scrapped due to some radio stations playing the song “Useless” instead, leading people in the US to believe that was the third single, when it was the fourth single. Reprise scrapped the US release of “Home”, despite there already being confirmed tracklists, and released “Home”/”Useless” as a double A-side single. “Home” is a ballad with haunting strings and layered arrangements. The single version of “Home” has an ambient intro, then the drum beat featured in the album version, and is the same length as the album version. There are no actual B-sides for “Home”, just live versions of “Barrel of a Gun” and “It’s No Good” recorded during the Ultra Party concert in London. The music video for “Home” is the only Ultra video not directed by Anton Corbijn, but instead by Steve Green. It features an alien exploring an apartment complex, and uses a shortened version of the song. During the “Touring the Angel” world tour, “Home” was included in the setlist, and the “Air Around the Golf” arrangement was used for the first half part of the song.