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YouTube to offer every music video ever created

by Anna Johns, posted Aug 17th 2006 9:02AM
take on meAccording to BBC News, YouTube founder Steve Chen is working on a plan to "have every music video ever created" on his website within 18 months. He's in negotiations with various record companies for the deal and, when all those videos are up and running, users will be able to include music videos in their personal profiles.

I'd have to go old school and include the most memorable music videos from my childhood in the '80s when MTV actually played music videos. My choices:
  • Run DMC/Aerosmith, "Walk This Way";
  • Madonna, "Papa Don't Preach" (Back then I didn't understand what she was "in trouble deep" for);
  • Will Smith, "Parents Just Don't Understand";
  • New Kids on the Block, "Hangin' Tough";
  • A-Ha, "Take On Me".
Now I just need a perm and some braces and I'm back in Junior High!

[Thanks, Doc!]

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Bex

Anna, so dead on with A-ha! I was hoping that the video would have been embedded, but alas, no. I have been obsessed with that song/video since childhood. It was the first song I ever downloaded. How's that for uber-dork? It is definitely going to be on my profile.

August 17 2006 at 11:17 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Gordy

Best music video of my teens:

The Pleasure Principal: Janet Jackson

Oh my God! That chick was hot in that video!

August 17 2006 at 9:25 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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