Code Monkey Dance

Filed under:Music/MP3 — posted by Svein Kåre on 15 December 2007 @ 02:46

In these days, it’s popular to upload home made music videos to the music of your favourite bands to sites such as YouTube — but it’s also a time where those who have the rights to the music is happy to sue or at least claim copyright infringement for a a 29 second long video clip of a dancing baby, because you could hear the artist playing in the background.

What then, is the reactions to a video where a girl dance to a complete tune?
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The reactions among the viewers are of course positive, but the band itself, what would they do when they learn about it?

Well — why not ask if the girl in question is present in the audience on a gig, take her up on the stage, and let her perform the dance with the band — live?
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Now that is what I think is appreciating your fans! No wonder fans start young then, imitating their heroes:
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image: detail of installation by Bronwyn Lace