This would be a subversive video in
conjunction to the images shown on the screen
which features the zombie sequences because
this song is one of which holds a jolly and
It holds a catchy and generic chorus for the
audience to sing along too.
This song will enhance the value of comedy in
the video because it will easily set the scene of
a jokey nature.
why do you build me up (build
me up) Buttercup, baby
Just to let me down (let me
down)and mess me around
And then worst of all (worst of
all) you never call, baby
When you say you will (say you
will) but I love you still
I need you (I need you) more
than anyone, darlin'
You know that I have from the
So build me up (build me up)
Buttercup, don't break my heart
This chorus is most famously known for its use in
‘There’s something about Mary’-1998.
It acted as the films soundtrack.
The film was a comedy and therefore the
soundtrack usually, nostalgically, brings up
memorable moments in the film which brings back
Therefore through this the song naturally sets up
scenes for comedy.
There’s already a music video for this song, it uses
characters from the film who all lip sync
throughout the duration of the video, using the
characters from the film means that a relationship
between the audience and song has already been
made and makes the viewing all that much more
This song already has an existing music video.
Our zombie idea is completely different to the
already existing video, although the produced
video by Prodigy enforces there stereotypical
image by having our music video idea for the
this song would make it even more popular
because it contrasts what The Prodigy have
done in the past and grip current fans for doing
something new and perhaps draw some new
attention from else where.
This song lacks the content of lyrics and
therefore the use of drum and bass in the song
would accompany the pace of the music video
as we plan it to be of a fast nature.
The song would re-enforce the pace of the
video and visa versa.
The song and video would compliment each
The effect of the “Punk’d” aspect at the end of
the video will create an almost oxymoron
between the song and video however, and
create not only a sense of humour but also the
seriousness of the song will be enhanced.
This song is of a more underground nature.
Meaning its not in mainstream circulation where is
receives radio and televised recognition yet.
Therefore a music video would only be featured on
video sites such as www.Youtube.com
There’s no video for this song yet so originality is
Other video’s already made by this group consist of
two main groupings;
Therfore our music video would suit the already
established image of “Foreign Beggars”
The style of song is rap and hip-hop.
Alike Foreign Beggars, Zombie Disco Squad
are not in mainstream music making it possible
to establish an image suitable for the band.
There’s no video for this song so it will be
This song is of a dance nature but filtered
through it are lyrics that hold a semantic and
lexical choice of zombies and the supernatural
making it a perfect choice the zombie music
This song already has a music video which consists of
heavy amounts of CGI and computer generated
This type of video fits the image created by Pendulum
off their new album, “Immersion-2010”.
However, our video would suit this song and
Pendulums image due to their past video’s such as
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