Quick Hits & Clips: Tom Morello, The Maine, Don Rimini, House Of Heroes, Trapt

posted November 21, 2008

  • Tom Morello stopped by maniaTV recently to play a few songs on "Stage 5." Check videos of him performing "The Fabled City," "The King of Hell," and "Midnight in the City of Destruction," of his latest solo album, "The Fabled City."
  • The Maine gets "Everything They Ask For" as their new music videos premiered on MTV earlier this week. The Maine debuts their first music video "Everything I Ask For" on MTV Networks. This song is one of the most popular songs on their recent full-length album, Can't Stop Won't Stop.
  • Check out a new video of Young MC “Bust A Move (Don Rimini Remix).” Taken from the album Delicious Vinyl All-Stars RMXXOLOGY, French producer Don Rimini remixes Young MC's hip hop classic “Bust A Move” and turns it into an electro-house dancefloor smash for the 21st Century. To create a video for the most slammin’ remix of the year RMXXOLOGY curator Rick Ross and editor Gabriel Reed have assembled a futuristic RMXXOLOGY universe. The video integrates elements of film footage shot personally by Ross, along with the electric neon signs of Paris' Pharmacy industry, motion graphic work by Gabriel Reed and the original Bust A Move video directed by Tamra Davis to create a cutting edge visual complimenting Don Rimini's Fire scorched Rave kid rmxx.
  • House of Heroes have just premiered their version of the holiday classic "Silent Night." The Ohio band, whose most recent album The End Is Not The End was delivered via digital stores, has seen an incredible response with the release making it to the #6 spot on the iTunes rock chart and #42 on the overall chart, with a #1 radio hit single and over 1 million plays on their MySpace page. The band's lush version of "Silent Night" is now available on iTunes and you can listen to it in its entirety here.
  • Check out the new live video for Trapt's upcoming single, "Contagious." Trapt is currently on the Jagermeister Music Tour with Hinder and Rev Theory - this video, shot entirely at Crüe Fest 2008.

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