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Tamir's DeLorean Site: Music Videos

Music Videos

Son of Dork - Ticket Outta Loserville (2005)

This band released their debut album and are quite American-sounding in places (as with so many UK bands), but the songs are fun, catchy and witty. Look at all the different DeLorean shots and for those with a keen eye, look for the BTTF poster in the background. - file size: 7.1 meg.

Calanit - Sculptured (2005)

Calanit is an alternative pop/dance artist. She was nearly arrested while shooting her new music video, 'Do-Dee-Dee-Deem-Dum (Sculptured)’ on Hollywood Blvd‘s 'Walk Of Fame' in Los Angeles, CA. I love that she included a DeLorean in this great music video and I love her too! :) - file size: 3.5 meg. Buy the video at her official site.

Big Audio Dynamite - Medicine Show (1991)

This rock group uses a DeLorean in their music video "Medicine Show". Notice that this is no ordinary DeLorean. It is a right hand drive European spec. DeLorean that even has the extra side light markers and the radio antenna is roof mounted.

Huey Lewis and the News - power of love (1985)

Huey Lewis and the News were a bar band that made good. With their simple, straight-forward rock & roll, the San Francisco-based group became one of America's most popular pop-rock bands of the mid-'80s. The News had their first number one single in 1985 with "The Power of Love," taken from the soundtrack to Back to the Future.

Honeymoon Suite - new girl now (1984)

Although the Toronto-based quintet Honeymoon Suite never managed to break through in a major way with audiences south of the border, they did find their way onto the charts a handful of times in the U.S. Their self-titled debut appeared in 1984 and established them as rising stars in their homeland, charting four Top Ten singles. One of those hits, "New Girl Now," managed to crack the U.S. charts, reaching the mid-50s, but garnered considerable airplay on rock radio.

Moby - we are all made of stars (2002)

Moby has settled on 18 as the title of his upcoming and much-anticipated sixth studio album. The new collection, which is the follow-up to Moby's successful 1999 effort, Play, will be in stores in May, with a specific release date still to be determined. The first single from 18 will be "We Are Made of Stars."

Cledus T. Judd - how do you milk a cow (2000)

Reprising the long history of country 'novelty records' which had lost appeal in the 1980s, Cledus T. Judd lampooned hits by Shania Twain, the Charlie Daniels Band and Alan Jackson by re-arranging lyrics for humorous impact, Weird Al Yankovic style.

2 Brothers On The 4th Floor - dreams (will come alive) (1994)

It all started out really innocent, Dutch brothers Bobby and Martin Boer had been experimenting with music for years in a little bedroom. But then in 1990 things really started to happen for them,the single "Can't Help Myself" was picked up by Dutch radiostations and became an international hit.

ZZ Top - doubleback (1990)

This sturdy American blues-rock trio from Texas consists of Billy Gibbons (guitar), Dusty Hill (bass), and Frank Beard (drums). They were formed in 1970 in and around Houston from rival bands the Moving Sidewalks (Gibbons) and the American Blues (Hill and Beard).

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