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Here are some of the year’s most memorable videos that were not “Blurred Lines” or parodies of “Blurred Lines.”
Guitars are still awesome. Here’s why.
Maybe it’s time we switch over to nothing but animated covers.
Because you can’t usher in a new world order if you’re not well-dressed now, can you?
Deep in Siberia’s Taiga forest is Vissarion, a cult leader who looks like Jesus and claims to be the voice of God. He’s known as “the Teacher” to his 4,000 followers, who initially seem surprisingly normal. Watch Video ›
Official 2011 Song of the Summer nominee “Go Outside,” by Cults, finally has an official video. It centers around the Jim Jones sample the song uses in the beginning of the track. (via stereogum.com) View List ›
The 2011 crown for “Song of the Summer” is still up for grabs as a clear winner has yet to emerge. Here are ten nominees that include two dark horse choices. Make sure to add your own choices in the comment section. View List ›
This video by cult leader Marshall Applewhite convinced 39 members of the Heaven’s Gate Cult to commit suicide in 1997. Believing that that the earth would soon be “recycled” they set their souls free to join aliens arriving on the Hale-Bopp comet. Creepy. Via i09. Watch Video ›
Failed Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul’s fanatical supporters are not willing to compromise. A group of them are moving to west-Texas “to establish gated communities containing 100% Ron Paul supporters.” Read More ›
Between a new book about them and the recent reunion of their band Yo Ho Wa 13, the 1970s Los Angeles-based cult The Source is getting a lot of attention. The Source, led by Jim Baker aka Father Yod, was a pioneer in the organic food movement. Their restaurant on Sunset Boulevard was a hot spot for celebrities like Warren Beatty, Joni Mitchell and Bob Dylan and was the location for that scene in Annie Hall where Woody orders “the alfalfa sprouts and a plate of mashed yeast” from the white-robed waitress. Read More ›