Daft Punk na lista dos melhores vídeos dos anos 90

 O site Pitchfork divulgou hoje sua lista dos 50 melhores clipes dos anos 90. A listagem foi até justa, reuniu vídeos que fizeram história como o Sabotage, do Beastie Boys, Praise u, do Fatboy Slim e dois do CB, Elektrobank e  – senti falta do Hey boy, hey girl, além de Breathe, do Prodigy e Learn to fly, do Foo Fighters, entre outros…

Daft Punk entrou na lista duas vezes. Ficou em 15° com Around the world e 3° com Da Funk. Eu particularmente inverteria a ordem, mas acredito que o site tenha escolhido Da funk por ser mais alternativo…

15. Daft Punk
“Around the World”
[dir: Michel Gondry; 1997]

Gondry’s inventive clip would be entertaining enough just for the offbeat costumes, but once you realize that each of the five sets of characters corresponds to one of the five elements of this filter disco classic– bass (breakdancers), drums (skeletons), synth (the Esther Williams-looking bathing suit girls), guitar (skeletons), and vocals (astronaut/robot/deep-sea diver looking guys)– the video becomes a classic as well.





E o pódio:


3. Daft Punk
“Da Funk”
[dir: Spike Jonze; 1997]

With Daft Punk’s breakthrough single used as diagetic sound, not just for effect but as a plot resolution, a dog-faced guy stumbles, literally, through the unforgiving streets of his new NYC neighborhood. There’s not a hell of a lot more to it than that, but the inventiveness, pathos, and energy of it all is still compelling.

2. Weezer
“Buddy Holly”
[dir: Spike Jonze; 1994]

 


1. Aphex Twin
“Come to Daddy”
[dir: Chris Cunningham; 1997]

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