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The time is always right to do what is right~ Martin Luther King Jr.

Monday, April 22, 2013

Pop-Up Video

Pop-Up Video
-TV show on VH1 Classic
-In each video, "bubbles" will come up, containing interesting bits of information about the song, artist, or sexual innuendo, witty remarks and trivia, or even locations of where the song was shot
-Was the highest rating program on VH1 Classic, until Behind the Music came on

Featured Artists
The Rolling Stones
The Spice Girls
Katy Perry
The Police
Ozzy Osbourne
Def Leppard
Alice in Chains
Darius Rucker
Goo Goo Dolls
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Norah Jones
Arcade Fire
Jessie J
Kid Rock
Joss Stone
Quiet Riot
Whitney Houston
Tina Turner
The Jacksons
Rod Stewart
John Mellancamp
Janet Jackson
Missy Elliott
Good Charlotte
Boyz II Men
The Black Keys
Flo Rida
Green Day
Gnarls Barkley
Trey Songz
Rob Thomas
Barenaked Ladies
Jason Mraz
Jill Scott
Kylie Minogue
Linkin Park
The White Stripes
Bruno Mars
Sean Paul
Silversun Pickups

-Each episode contained 4-5 videos, each with their own set of interesting tidbits of info
-Sometimes there would be entire episodes devoted to the music of just one artist, like "The Jacksons", "Rod Stewart" "The Rolling Stones", or they would be of a similar theme, like "Metal Mania I, II, III", "Social Issues", etc
-The first video on this show was Tina Turner's "Missing You"
-They also have specials. There were Duets, Women First, Movie Songs
-There was even a version of it made for the UK, highlighting British acts, such as The Spice Girls, Robbie Williams, Elvis Costello. It was called Pop-Up Video UK

Oops, I Did It Again: Britney Spears

Not really sure. Probably Wannabe: The Spice Girls

Hot for Teacher: Van Halen

Every Breath You Take: The Police

Before He Cheats: Carrie Underwood

Skweeze Me, Pleeze Me: Quiet Riot

Just a Gigolo: David Lee Roth

Adele: Rolling in the Deep

Jack and Diane: John Mellancamp

Rolling Stones

Undercover of the Night

In this video, it says Mick Jagger is one of the most famous college dropouts, along with Charlie Watts being a graphic designer before going into music and that Bill Wyman was an RAF member in the 1950s

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