NME‘s 100 Greatest Music Videos NME‘s 100 Greatest Music Videos To celebrate the launch of NMEVideo.com, NME put together a list of the 100 greatest videos of all time. While other publications’ countdowns have given props to groundbreaking-but-dated ’80s clips like “Thriller,” “Sledgehammer,” “Money For Nothing,” and “Take On Me,” the British rock mag eschews many obvious choices in favor of a thoroughly modern overview. Kanye West’s one-month-old video for “Monster,” for example, comes in at #35. Also notable is that, save for the #1 entry, every video in the top ten was released in the ’90s. Almost makes me feel less guilty for spending all those school nights watching Alternative Nation.
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Chris Cunningham Chris Cunningham Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Les vidéos-clips[modifier | modifier le code] Pendant son année passée à travailler sur les effets spéciaux du films « A.I » de Stanley Kubrick (adapté plus tard par Spielberg), Chris Cunningham n'avait qu'une idée en tête : réaliser ses propres vidéos. Sa rencontre, en 1995, avec Sean et Rob du groupe Autechre, lui permit de faire son tout premier vidéo-clip.
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