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  • 1. Andrew Goodwin’s Theory
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  • 2. LMFAO - Champagne Showers ft. Natalia Kills
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  • 3. 1. Music videos demonstrate genre characteristics.
    This sticks to the typical conventions of Dance music videos.
    < This image shows the typical club/party location.
    < Also, the typical dance routine shot.
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  • 4. 2. There is a relationship between lyrics and visuals.
    The lyric “shake that bottle and make it” followed by a pop sound, shows a image of them spraying champagne everywhere.
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  • 5. 3. There is a relationship between music and visuals.
    The music is of a upbeat tone, so the video is shot in a party environment.
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  • 6. 4. The demands of the record label will include the need for lots of close ups of the artist and the artist may devlop motifs which recur across their work.
    LMFAO have a visual style where its their unique dress style which is in every video.
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  • 7. 5. There is frequently reference to notion of looking.
    There is the normal voyeuristic treatment of the female body.
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  • 8. 6. There are often intertextual reference.
    This start of the introduction looks like the intro to a movie.
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