Saturday, July 17, 2010

Could This Be the Worst Music Video Ever?

It can't be a parody, you couldn't fake this....

H/T: Allan again

17 comments:

Clint said...

yeah, that was pretty bad. That guy looked like Kurt Vonnegut. Glad he stuck to writing and left the music biz...

On the flip side, it didn't take long to learn the words.

Anonymous said...

That video is the gold standard of bad. I'm surprised it hasn't gone viral. Fr John

nothinghypothetical.com said...

Is has, a couple of times. But it's n ever bad to revisit a classic.

I could fill a thread with wonderfully bad videos:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=br-D7UneS0E

nothinghypothetical.com said...

Finland, Finland, Finland... the country where I want to be... (video not of the Monty Python song)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kA5GkLM5C7M

nothinghypothetical.com said...

And "The Hoff" puts out exceptionally bad excellence at a pace that can only appreciated by Germans.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJQVlVHsFF8

I'll stop now, promise.

Anonymous said...

The video said it was 4 minutes, 35 seconds.

That's impossible. Movies with Nicholas Cage don't last as long as that "thing" did.....

s-p said...

NH, yeah, when I was clicking around I found a half dozen I could have posted. To the making of bad music videos there is no end... :)

Anon 2:48, LOL! Only a Keanu Reeves romance lasts longer... (me ducking my wife's left hook).

Nina said...

Hmmmmm.....

Tina2far said...

But isn't that you there on the drums?
Jes Kiddin : )

Peggy said...

Yes. Yes, it could.
And, Keanu was sweet in "A Walk in the Clouds". Don't you be dissin' my boy.
wifie

Grace said...

Hey, c'mon. That's some high art right there. You probably just haven't watched it enough to pick up all the nuances. The fringe, the teepee, the pointless laugh. It really makes you think.

Well, it made *me* start thinking of the worst videos I had seen, but you'll have to make the trip over to my house to see what I came up with. (Disclaimer: I posted that same Finnish number that nothinghypothetical mentioned before I read the comments here.)

On the other hand, I'd never seen the Hasselhof number that. Hof's! Got! Talent!

CMinor said...

Ah, Europop!
Showed it to my daughter, who generously introduced me to yet another video horror:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQAKRw6mToA

Anonymous said...

The '70s indeed left scars that are still visible....

bob said...

Where was the first 30 seconds??? With the introduction including the words "I'd like to sing a song the Lord gave me..."
Looks all to folk-mass-y, complete with liturgical dance.

Anam Cara said...

I don't know, I kind of liked it. It gave me a good laugh, something I needed about now.

oruaseht said...

We should give these minstrels a lot of credit! After all, those woods were probably mosquito infested and those scantily clad aboriginal dancers probably got eaten alive! This video will forever be etched in my heart and mind (in the bad way).

Sophocles said...

The video has been removed but I think it's this one The Spits are dubbed over. I recently came across this and remembered this post.

The Spits are super cool.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n-ipRN0e0vg&feature=related