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Adele - Someone Like You

Badfinger - Baby Blue


Badfinger performing Baby Blue
Badfinger - Baby Blue
Song: Baby Blue
Artist: Badfinger
Album: Straight Up
Released: 6 March 1972 (US)
Genre: PowerPop
Length: 3:37
Label: Apple
SongWriter(s): Pete Ham
Producer: Todd Rundgren

"Baby Blue" is a song by the band Badfinger from their 1971 album, Straight Up. The song was written by Pete Ham, produced by Todd Rundgren, and released on Apple Records. It regained fame four decades later upon being featured in the series finale of AMC's Breaking Bad, which uses the track's title lyric as a reference to the special and iconic blue methamphetamine produced by main character Walter White.

Michael Jackson - They Don't Care About Us


Michael Jackson performing They Don't Care About Us
Michael Jackson - They Don't Care About Us
Song: They Don't Care About Us
Artist: Michael Jackson
Album: HIStory: Past, Present And Future, Book I
Recorded: 1994–June 1995 June 23, 1995 (re-recorded Censored Version)
Released: March 31, 1996
Length: 4:44 (album Version) 4:45 (single Version) 4:11 (LP Edit)
Label: Epic
SongWriter(s): Michael Jackson
Producer: Michael Jackson


Producing the first video proved to be a difficult task for Jackson. State authorities unsuccessfully tried to ban the singer filming in Salvador (Pelourinho) and in Rio de Janeiro. Officials in the state of Rio feared images of poverty might affect tourism and accused Jackson of exploiting the poor. Ronaldo Cezar Coelho, the state secretary for Industry, Commerce and Tourism demanded editing rights over the finished product, stating, "I don't see why we should have to facilitate films that will contribute nothing to all our efforts to rehabilitate Rio's image". Some were concerned that scenes of poverty and human rights abuses would affect their chances of hosting the Olympics in 2004. Others supported Jackson's wish to highlight the problems of the region, arguing that the government were embarrassed by their own failings.

A judge banned all filming but this ruling was overturned by an injunction. Although officials were angry, the residents were not and Jackson was surrounded by crowds of enthusiastic onlookers during filming. One woman managed to push through security to hug Jackson who continued dancing while hugging her. Another woman appeared and hugged him from behind. He then fell to the ground as police pulled the two women off him and escorted them away. After the director helped Jackson get up off the street, he continued to sing and dance. This incident made it into the music video. 1,500 policemen and 50 residents acting as security guards effectively sealed off the Dona Marta favela. Some residents and officials found it offensive that Jackson's production team had negotiated with drug dealers in order to gain permission to film in one of the city's shantytowns.

Evanescence - My Immortal

Evanescence performing My Immortal
Evanescence - My Immortal
Song: My Immortal
Artist: Evanescence
Album: Fallen
Recorded: 2002–2003
Released: December 8, 2003
Genre: Alternative Metal
Length: 4:24
Label: Wind-up
SongWriter(s): Ben Moody, Amy Lee, David Hodges
Producer: Moody, Dave Fortman

The music video for "My Immortal" begins with Amy Lee sitting on a fountain. Her legs and arms are covered with bandage as she puts them in the water. She is wearing a long white dress and is seen walking around the fountain, surrounded by children and other people. Shots of Moody follow, who appears to be sullen and withdrawn. He is wearing a suit and his feet are bare. His shoulders sag and his head slumps forward as he delicately plays piano, and he later picks up his jacket as if he is about to leave. When the bridge starts, the band is shot performing in one room while Moody is in another, playing on the piano. Throughout the video, Lee is never filmed on ground level. She walks along the ledge of a fountain, sits in a tree and sings lying on top of a building. She also lies atop scaffolding and on the hood of a car surrounded with leaves.

Evanescence - Bring Me To Life

 Evanescence performing Bring Me To Life
Evanescence - Bring Me To Life
Song: Bring Me To Life
Artist: Evanescence
Album: Fallen
Recorded: 2002
Released: April 22, 2003
Genre: Nu Metal, Gothic Metal, Rap Rock
Length: 3:56
Label: Wind-up
SongWriter(s): Amy Lee, Benjamin Moody, David Hodges
Producer: Dave Fortman


The accompanying music video for "Bring Me to Life" was directed by Philipp Stölzl. After the success of the video, Lee received some film offers. Talking about the video, Stölzl said: "On the one hand, it brings out the most catchy part of the song, the bridge, the duet with the male and female vocals. On the other hand, it reflects the ['Daredevil'] soundtrack background of the song. I did not know if I would have to use a stunt double for most of the angles, which would have restricted me a lot, but then it turned out that Amy did everything herself, hanging on Paul's arm for hours without getting tired. In the end, she is the one who made that shot strong."

Hoobastank - The Reason

Hoobastank performing The Reason
Hoobastank - The Reason
Song: The Reason
Artist: Hoobastank
Album: The Reason
Recorded: 2003
Released: April 27, 2004
Genre: Pop Rock, Alternative Rock
Length: 3:53
Label: Island
SongWriter(s): Douglas Robb, Dan Estrin, Chris Hesse, Markku Lappalainen
Producer: Howard Benson


In "The Reason" the band members stage a diversion so they can carry out the elaborate theft of a ruby gem from a pawnshop, but those facts are only clear after enough of the action unfolds, because nothing is as it seems. In the beginning of the video, a girl gets hit by a car and then turns out to be an accessory to the crime. After the "accident", while everyone's attention is diverted, the band members execute the heist. The viewer then realizes that she was in on the operation, as she gets up and rides off with an accomplice on a motorcycle at the end. The presumed owner of the pawnshop displays a look of realization, and the song ends with the band admiring their new acquisition, holding it up to the light and projecting red light-rays onto the ceiling. The accident "victim" is also present. They then hear police sirens from above, and the video fades out.

Jessie J - Flashlight


Jessie J performing Flashlight
Jessie J - Flashlight
Song: Flashlight
Artist: Jessie J
Album: Pitch Perfect 2: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Released: 23 April 2015
Genre: Pop
Length: 3:27
Label: Republic
SongWriter(s): Sia Furler, Christian Guzman, Jason Moore, Sam Smith
Producer: Greg Kurstin, Kuk Harrell


The music video (directed by Hannah Lux Davis) was released on 23 April 2015 on YouTube. In the video, Jessie J heads to Barden University (the campus of UCLA) where she performs the ballad while watching the students go about their days while walking around the campus, while scenes from Pitch Perfect 2 are shown.

"Flashlight" received generally mixed reviews. In a less favourable review, Steven J. Horowitz of Billboard gave the song two stars out of five, saying: "prone to funny bone shout-singing on her more upbeat singles, Jessie J dials back her vocal force on the tepid "Flashlight", off the Pitch Perfect 2 soundtrack. The more subtle delivery would be welcome if the track weren't so paint-by-numbers, it plays like a pantomime of a Sia ballad, but without the emotive edge."

Twenty One Pilots - Heathens


Twenty One Pilots performing Heathens
Twenty One Pilots - Heathens
Song: Heathens
Artist: Twenty One Pilots
Album: Suicide Squad: The Album [2016]
Recorded: 2016
Released: June 16, 2016
Genre: Rap Rock
Length: 3:15
Label: Atlantic, Warner Bros
SongWriter(s): Tyler Joseph
Producer: Mike Elizondo, Tyler Joseph


On June 21, 2016, the official music video, directed by Andrew Donoho, was uploaded to the Fueled by Ramen YouTube channel. It shows Joseph singing the song in Belle Reve, a fictional prison in the DC Universe, with Dun appearing while playing drums in the course of the video. Joseph makes his way to a small stage in the middle of a room, where Dun is already on the stage playing the drums. Joseph then picks up a floating bass guitar and begins playing it while the prisoners leave their cells and watch the duo perform the remainder of the song. At the end of the video, Joseph is sitting in the room alone as the prison security guards surround him. Throughout the music video, various clips of Suicide Squad are played. The video has over 350 million views as of October, 2016.

Sia - Cheap Thrills


Sia performing Cheap Thrills
Sia - Cheap Thrills
Song: Cheap Thrills
Artist: Sia
Album: This Is Acting
Released: 11 February 2016
Genre: Synthpop, Dance, Electronic, Pop, Reggae
Length: 3:44
Label: Inertia, Monkey Puzzle, RCA
SongWriter(s): Sia Furler, Greg Kurstin
Producer: Kurstin


A lyric video featuring Sean Paul performing a new verse was released on 10 February 2016. In the video, a faceless couple wearing wigs (the dancers Minn Vo and Stefanie Klausman), which have become part of Sia's signature look, win a dance contest on a black-and-white television show reminiscent of American Bandstand.

Sia and Daniel Askill directed a performance video featuring Maddie Ziegler dancing with two male dancers to Ryan Heffington's choreography, which was released on 21 March 2016. The three dancers wear beige, with black and blonde hairstyles and gloves in the half-and-half style used in most of Sia's videos for This Is Acting. They dance on a bare stage, with Sia at a rear corner singing into a microphone while wearing a similar bobbed two-toned wig, a large bow and a white dress. Billboard wrote that "the video features the same type of intense, captivating choreography as some of [Sia's] other work. This time, Ziegler is backed by two other dancers, and the trio seems to blend as one". Teen Vogue said that Ziegler "delivers another powerful performance".

Katy Perry - Rise


Katy Perry performing Rise
Katy Perry - Rise
Song: Rise
Artist: Katy Perry
Album: Single for Olympic Games Rio 2016
Released: July 14, 2016
Genre: Electronic
Length: 3:23
Label: Capitol
SongWriter(s): Katy Perry, Max Martin, Ali Payami, Savan Kotecha
Producer: Max Martin, Ali Payami

A promotional video directed by Joseph Lee was released on July 15, 2016, featuring scenes of athletes from past Olympics. Daniel Kreps of Rolling Stone wrote that the video is "a riveting montage of memorable moments and athletes from Olympics' past". Billboard's Gil Kaufman called the video "inspirational", saying it has a "superstar power" with the presence of famous athletes. Bleacher Report's columnist Vanessa de Beaumont described it as a "moving tribute". The A.V. Club writer Esther Zuckerman felt that the video was "incredibly corny, but surprisingly effective". Esquire contributor Matt Miller praised it as "perfect" for having "Beautiful, sweeping shots of Brazil that are HD AF".

Perry subsequently released a teaser of the official music video on July 22, 2016, showing the singer parachuting into a water body. A second teaser was released on August 1, and also featured Perry using a parachute, and revealed that the video would be released three days later. Paul Gore directed the video, which was released on August 4 and featured in NBC's Rio Olympics Preview Special the same day. The video takes place in Snow Canyon State Park and Sand Hollow State Park in Utah. It shows Perry struggling to get her parachute to fly while traveling through canyons and water. Idolator's Mike Wass gave a positive review, saying that "the execution is flawless".

Ariana Grande - Focus

Ariana Grande performing Focus
Ariana Grande - Focus
Song: Focus
Artist: Ariana Grande
Album: Moonlight [2016]
Released: October 30, 2015
Genre: Pop
Length: 3:31
Label: Republic
SongWriter(s): Ariana Grande, Savan Kotecha, Peter Svensson, Ilya Salmanzadeh
Producer: Ilya, Max Martin

Hannah Lux Davis directed the music video, which was released on October 29, 2015. She had previously directed the music videos for Grande's "Love Me Harder" and her joint single "Bang Bang". It features the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 throughout the music video. The video surpassed 100 million views on November 19, 2015, making it Grande's eighth Vevo-certified music video after "Baby I".

Adele - When We Were Young

Adele performing When We Were Young
Adele - When We Were Young
Song: When We Were Young
Artist: Adele
Album: 25
Recorded: 2015 Dean Street Studios (London)
Released: 22 January 2016
Genre: Soul
Length: 4:51
Label: XL
SongWriter(s): Adele Adkins, Tobias Jesso Jr.
Producer: Ariel Rechtshaid

"When We Were Young" is a song by English singer Adele. It was released on 22 January 2016 by XL Recordings as the second single from her third studio album, 25 (2015). Adele co-wrote the song with Tobias Jesso Jr., while production of the track was provided by Ariel Rechtshaid. "When We Were Young" is a soul ballad, with lyrics that talk about reminiscing past memories with a loved one. Upon release, the song received positive response from music critics, who praised the song's lyrics and Adele's vocals.

"When We Were Young" was written by Adele and Tobias Jesso Jr., and produced by Ariel Rechtshaid. Rechtshaid was also the song's engineer, as well as the responsible for organ, glockenspiel, synthesizer, percussion and backing vocals. Jesso also provided backing vocals and played piano. The song also features bass, drums and guitar in its instrumentation. It was recorded at Dean Street Studios, London, and mixed at Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, and at Electric Lady Studios, New York. According to the sheet music published at Musicnotes.com by Universal Music Publishing Group, "When We Were Young" was written in common time in the key of E♭ major with a moderately slow tempo of 72 beats per minute. The song follows a chord progression of Cm–E♭/G–A♭–E♭/G–Fm7–E♭, and Adele's vocals span two octaves, from E♭3 to E♭5.

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