Party Rock Anthem Without Music (KissTV 2013)

Another Music Video Without Music from early 2013. This time I reimagined the popular Party Rock Anthem music video, which strikes a completely different note when you take away the music.

This is the original, four-minute video with the replaced audio I have edited. This would officially count as my third Music Video Without Music, made at the same time as Bad Girls Without Music. I was asked to make it by LOLA-Madrid, a marketing agency who found me after the success of my original Gangnam Style Without Music video. It was originally intended to be featured in a non-profit anti-piracy campaign.

Instead, a Spanish music television channel, KissTV, picked up the videos. They normally broadcast music videos, and they have incorporated 30 second fragments of those Music Videos Without Music into their promotional ad campaign (“If you take away the music, you take away the meaning.”)

Below is the trimmed, broadcast version:

This is an ongoing ad campaign and continues to be broadcast on Spanish television as of April 2014.

The full credits are included at the end of the first video.

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