Most of my posts have been bringing you new mashups, but some have also been about video mashups. In this post I will focus on the aspect of a video mashup and why some people might prefer it or not to just listening to a mashup.
I personally love video mashups because while just listening to a mashup can be great, when you watch the music videos being cleverly mixed together it makes you feel like you are watching art. Most of the videos are made so well that someone could actually think it is one video.
I think some people prefer video mashups because they involve their eyes and give them something to look at, rather than just using your ears to listen to a song. It is also nice to see the unique music videos of each song and the parts of the song that are used int he mashup. Check out the following pages for some fresh video mashups!
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Here is a video mashup by one of the pros, DJ Earworm. Every year he makes one of the top 25 billboard songs of that year. Here is the one from 2009. This video is definitely a great one and just listening to the song would not be the same experience. To read more about DJ Earworm and to see more of his videos, click here.
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Check out this video from the folks over at Norwegian Recycling. It may not be as good as the last one, but it is still an interesting mix of songs. It also seems that these two music videos are basically the same. They definitely could be one video. The two songs in this video are Hey Soul Sister by Train and Fireflies by Owl City.
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Here is another video from Norwegian Recycling with the songs: Sing by Travis, Replay by Iyaz, Already Gone by Kelly Clarkson, Wonderwall by Oasis, Genie In A Bottle by Christina Aguilera, and Don’t Speak by No Doubt. This one is especially great because it contains all different types of songs and all different types