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Classic Music Video Wednesday

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For Wednesday, it’s time to open the vault and take look back on some of the best music videos ever made. You can watch these videos and build your own playlists by using the Edge Music Network app or by searching this website.

Queens of the Stone Age – Someone’s in the Wolf

Released: 2005

Directed by Chapman Baehler

The haunting guitar rhythm and vocals in “Someone’s in the Wolf” is equally matched by it’s scary music video. The video for “Someone’s in the Wolf” is chalk full of spooky imagery like wolf-men roaming around the forest and knives.

Taylor Swift – I Knew You Were Trouble

Released: 2012

Directed by Anthony Mandler

In complete contrast to “Someone’s in the Forest, the video for “I Knew Your Were in Trouble.” displays Taylor Swift’s mistake of being in a relationship with a rockstar. Taylor Swift ultimately finds her boyfriend being promiscuous and realizes that she was wrong to fall in love with him.

Luke Bryan – Crash My Party

Released: 2013

Directed by Shaun Silva

In the video for “Crash My Party” an woman’s ex-boyfriend crashes a barn party and they reignite their relationship. It’s a simple video that captures the complications and beauty of love.