‘Vous Avez Dit Bizarre’ N°526 – Vintage 2000s Music Videos

Amy Macdonald, Victoria Beckham, Sandi Thom, Scouting For Girls, Girls Aloud, Bon Jovi, Razorlight, The Darkness, Malcolm Middleton, Stereophonics, Paloma Faith, Kings Of Leon

They are the performers of twelve vintage amusing, puzzling and sometimes shocking videos of songs that were ranked in the UK charts, this week (01/52) BUT… in the Noughties 2000s. (Source)

Here, they are reunited in one glorious playlist. Enjoy!

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‘Vous Avez Dit Bizarre’  N°526 – Vintage 2000s Music Videos

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Tracklist

1 . Amy Macdonald – This Is The Life

Scottish singer-songwriter Amy Macdonald’s “This Is The Life” was the first single off her self-titled first album in 2007. Macdonald penned the song and Pete Wilkinson produced it.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Official Site

2 . Victoria Beckham – Let Your Head Go

British pop star Victoria Beckham’s first solo single “Let Your Head Go,” was released in 2006. Beckham, Anders Bagge, Arnthor Birgisson and Karen Poole collaborated on the song, while Bagge and Birgisson handled production. It was the first single to be released from her first studio album, “Come Together.”

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Instagram

3 . Sandi Thom – I Wish I Was A Punk Rocker

Scottish singer-songwriter Sandi Thom’s “I Wish I Was a Punk Rocker (With Flowers in My Hair)” was the lead single off her self-titled debut album in 2006. This tune was composed by Thom and produced by Jim Duguid and Paul Tipler.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Official Site

4 . Scouting For Girls – Elvis Ain’t Dead

The English pop rock band Scouting for Girls released “Elvis Ain’t Dead” as the first single from their self-titled debut album in 2007. Roy Stride and Greg Churchouse, both of the band, wrote and produced the song.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Official Site

5 . Girls Aloud – St. Trinians Theme

Lifted from the soundtrack to the 2007 film “St. Trinian’s,” “St. Trinian’s Theme” was produced by Brian Higgins and his production crew, Xenomania while Miranda Cooper and Higgins contributed to the lyrics and melody.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Facebook

6 . Bon Jovi – Everyday

The American rock band Bon Jovi released “Everyday” as single lifted from their album “Bounce” in 2002. Produced by Luke Ebbin, the song was written by Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora and Max Martin.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Official Site

7 . Razorlight – Somewhere Else

The English indie rock band Razorlight released “Somewhere Else” as a single from their album of the same name in 2006. Johnny Borrell composed the song, and John Fortis and Carl Glanville produced it.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Official Site

8 . The Darkness – Christmas Time [Don’t Let The Bells End]

Originally released as a Christmas single in 2003, “Christmas Time (Don’t Let the Bells End)” is a song by English rock band The Darkness. Both Roy Thomas Baker and Justin Hawkins contributed to the song’s production.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Official Site

9 . Malcolm Middleton – We’re All Going To Die

Scottish singer-songwriter Malcolm Middleton published “We’re All Going to Die,” his first single from his album “A Brighter Beat” in 2006. Middleton composed the song, and Marcus MacKay produced it.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Twitter

10 . Stereophonics – Dakota

Dakota by Welsh rock band Stereophonics comes from their 2005’s “Language. Sex. Violence. Other?,” and it turned out as thier first radio hit. Jim Lowe produced the tune that Kelly Jones wrote.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Official Site

11 . Paloma Faith – Do You Want The Truth Or Something Beautiful?

Released as the first single from her self-titled first studio album in 2009, “Do You Want the Truth or Something Beautiful?” is a song by English singer Paloma Faith. Faith, Phil Thornalley, and Scott Ralph collaborated on the composition while Thornalley oversaw its production.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Official Site

12 . Kings Of Leon – Use Somebody

The American rock band Kings of Leon released “Use Somebody” as the second single from their 2008 album “Only by the Night.” Caleb Followill, Jared Followill, Matthew Followill and Nathan Followill wrote the song. Angelo Petraglia and Jacquire King produced it.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Official Site

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