Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Lee Harvey Osmond

I just discovered this over at No Depression. It's a strange video but I kind of like the music.




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3 comments:

Bond said...

This is a perfect example of why I was never a fan of videos...I do like the song but the video is totally stupid and brings my rating of the song down a notch...

JohnH985 said...

I can't disagree with you there. It's a weird video. I remember when MTV first started I was so excited about seeing videos by bands, now I'd rather pass on most videos, because like you said they're usually stupid. I'd rather just see the song performed by the singer or group.

Lee Harvey Osmond said...

I spent my last $200 on that video.....It took us two hours to make...
We loveit....It's better than thriller and sounds better than the eagles any day...

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