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Published on February 14th, 2014 | by Brent Chittenden

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Top Ten Lego Music Videos

The Lego Movie is probably a thousand times better then it ought to be. The great thing about Lego is that you can do almost anything with it, including making music videos. A lot of people did some really amazing things so I thought I’d put together a list to celebrate them. So here we are, the Top Ten Lego Music Videos!

10) Beastie Boys – Sabotage

This loses points because it’s not the entire video but DAMN what a good job they’ve done so far. Hope we see a complete version some day.

9) OK Go – Here It Goes Again

The original video was a viral sensation and here it has been captured in bricks.

8) U2 – The Sweetest Thing

Yet another version of Bono saying he’s sorry to his wife.

7) System of a Down – Chop Suey

This is on the list for one reason. Angry Lego faces.

6) The Beatles – I Saw Her Standing There

This oddly does a great job of emulating early Beatles appearances… you know… if they were yellow and made out of plastic.

5) Queen – Bohemian Rhapsody

The great thing about this video is the creator also decided to tell the story of Bohemian Rhapsody. Very creative choice.

4) Michael Jackson – Beat It

Sure Michael Jackson’s skin never went yellow, but this is a fairly accurate version of the video.

3) Abba – Take A Chance On Me

This is… almost hypnotic. I love how they copied the lighting and the soft glow around the characters.

2) The Beer Song

I’m not sure if this counts, but this truly is a wondrous visual musical tribute to beer.

1) The Who – My Generation

I love that they included typical Who set destruction.

 

And while I focused on amateur Lego videos, there is one professional video that is still amazing.

Feel free to post your own suggestions in the comment section. And if you have a list idea for us, please leave that too. I’m always up for a challenge.




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About the Author

Brent Chittenden is a freelance writer with a gift for the geek. Currently a writer with A Journal Of Musical Things and a podcaster with True North Nerds, he's also written for Comic Book Daily, Explore Music and a dozen other places. Currently, he is the co-host of the True North Nerds podcast. You can find out more at www.facebook.com/bcchittenden


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