Avclub rankeia os 50 melhores vídeos musicais

Clockwise from top left: Cyndi Lauper: “Girls Just Want To Have Fun”; a-ha: “Take On Me”; Madonna: “Vogue”; Beyonce: “Single Ladies”; Eurythmics: “Sweet Dreams”; R.E.M.: “Losing My Religion”; Nirvana: “Smells Like Teen Spirit.” (Screenshots: YouTube)

  1. Peter Gabriel, “Sledgehammer” (1986)
  2. Madonna, “Vogue” (1990)
  3. Michael Jackson, “Thriller” (1982)
  4. Beastie Boys, “Sabotage” (1994)
  5. a-ha, “Take On Me” (1985)
  6. Duran Duran, “Hungry Like The Wolf” (1982)
  7. Sinead O’Connor, “Nothing Compares 2 U” (1990)
  8. Beyonce, “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)“ (2008)
  9. Robert Palmer, “Addicted To Love” (1986)
  10. Pulp, “Common People” (1995)
  11. Britney Spears, “…Baby One More Time” (1998)
  12. Guns N Roses, “November Rain” (1992)
  13. Run DMC featuring Aerosmith, “Walk This Way” (1986)
  14. Michael Jackson, “Billie Jean” (1983)
  15. Prince, “Kiss” (1986)
  16. Talking Heads, “Once In A Lifetime” (1980)
  17. Weezer, “Buddy Holly” (1994)
  18. Madonna, “Like A Prayer” (1989)
  19. Nirvana, “Smells Like Teen Spirit” (1991)
  20. R.E.M., “Losing My Religion” (1991)
  21. David Bowie, “Ashes To Ashes” (1980)
  22. ZZ Top, “Legs” (1983)
  23. Cyndi Lauper, “Girls Just Want To Have Fun” (1983)
  24. Eurythmics, “Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of These)“ (1983)
  25. Sonic Youth, “Teen Age Riot” (1988)
  26. George Michael, “Faith” (1987)
  27. The White Stripes, “Fell In Love With A Girl” (2002)
  28. Missy Elliott, “Work It” (2002)
  29. Duran Duran, “Girls On Film” (1981)
  30. Fatboy Slim, “Weapon Of Choice” (2001)
  31. Eminem, “The Real Slim Shady” (2000)
  32. Dire Straits, “Money For Nothing” (1985)
  33. D’Angelo, “Untitled (How Does It Feel)“ (2000)
  34. Jamiroquai, “Virtual Insanity” (1996)
  35. Outkast, “Hey Ya!” (2003)
  36. Lady Gaga, “Bad Romance” (2009)
  37. Public Enemy, “Fight The Power” (1989)
  38. Fiona Apple, “Criminal” (1997)
  39. Janet Jackson, “Rhythm Nation” (1989)
  40. Van Halen, “Hot For Teacher” (1984)
  41. Elton John, “I’m Still Standing” (1983)
  42. Twisted Sister, “We’re Not Gonna Take It” (1984)
  43. LL Cool J, “Going Back To Cali” (1988)
  44. Taylor Swift, “Blank Space” (2014)
  45. Aphex Twin, “Come To Daddy” (1997)
  46. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, “Don’t Come
    Around Here No More” (1985)
  47. Yo La Tengo, “Sugarcube” (1997)
  48. Frankie Goes to Hollywood, “Relax” (1983)
  49. Beck, “Loser” (1993)
  50. The Buggles, “Video Killed The Radio Star” (1979)
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Sledgehammer das 5H em #1 eu amooooo


  1. Lady Gaga, “Bad Romance” (2009)

There is a plot to “Bad Romance,” one involving abductions, Russian mafia, bathhouses and possibly aliens. The particulars are so convoluted that it’s impossible to follow, but narrative isn’t the point of the video. The images create a sense of heightened uneasy reality, one generated by high fashion, choreography and film tricks, all punctuated by close-ups of Gaga’s pleading face. Sometimes absurd—witness the final shot of Gaga in bed—sometimes alienating, the audacity of “Bad Romance” is astonishing: it feels as if Gaga stuffed the five-minute video with every one of her ideas.

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Cadê a Katy Perry?

Ela tinha um fundo verde, 2 dançarinas e um sonho…

Cadê Funk Rave, nosso Best Latin?


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Senti falta da Katy perry pois a videografia da diva envelheceu feito vinho

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os refrescos!

Apenas os vídeos mais impactantes na lista amooo

esquecida no mundo doce

imagina não colocar Formation pra colocar Single Ladies

ele eh mt melhor mas não é tão icônico quanto

Madonna, “Vogue” (1990)
Beyonce, “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)“ (2008)
Madonna, “Like A Prayer” (1989)
Lady Gaga, “Bad Romance” (2009)
Taylor Swift, “Blank Space” (2014)

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