I really enjoyed the video, but it seemed to be totally about the Japanese tsunami, even though it was released about 2 weeks before it happened. Maybe they're a bit psychic.
Was spooky anyway.
There's an article about it here that goes in to more detail and points out the similarities: http://www.shameaboutthevideo.com/2011/03/do-linkin-park-know-more-...
I think your over reacting a little bit. I'd hardly count that as not being clean. That sort of thing happens in a lot of "clean" media these days. Joe knows what he's doing and added that in because it was important for the effect of the video and to get a true and relevent contrast to the other more 'happy' people.
Hi Prinyansh :)
I've gotta say, although I know it's not cool these days in the Western world to not want to see people in their underwear or less, I wish it wasn't done all over the place, especially not in music videos of great songs by great bands. I understand Linkin Park's reasoning in the song for choosing to do that but I think having her in clothing being self-deprecating would have been just as effective as in underwear (and more so, for me ;) ). I am glad that the underwear was there, though, not see-through scarves or anything like so many have. But I imagine plenty of people may disagree with me? ;)
I was Command and Conquer: Zero Hour as the Chinese, in the Burning Skies mission where you have to stop the enemy from crossing the map.
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the videos of iridescent and waiting for the end...has set new standard for making videos........the catalyst.....waz ok.......but effects were cool........burning the skies is bit like story.......