And if you order right now we’ll include …

Not everyone claimed their bonus the other night so we have a few left to hand out. I could have used much better clips in some cases, but the ones I chose appealed to me for one reason or another.

Justin Bieber — Some people like to dismiss the new kid on the block, but he’s very talented and both the choreography and the video is a hell of a lot better than some of the rest

Elton John — This should help you better understand why Josh’s mom loved the dude when she was a young girl growing up

Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons — It’s tough finding decent clips of them from the 1960s, but the audience shots in this clip are really precious

The Beatles — All of these dudes were talented; but if I had to venture a personal opinion, John was probably the most talented of all

Hope you enjoy them. And if you think you have a better clip of any of these performers, let me know. I’ll be happy to post it.


2 thoughts on “And if you order right now we’ll include …

  1. Hah I was terrified to click a mysterious link leading me into the unknown, so I gave up and just chose to leave the bonus alone. Have to check out the videos at work, I have satellite at home. Holy crap I just saw young Ryan Reynolds on the original Sabrina the Teenage Witch movie. Wow he must be old now. Sorry, shiny objects distract me. Umm yeah I choose The Beatles now but I’ve always had a soft spot for Elton John. I’m not allowed to like Beiber (long story) but his songs that I’ve heard are very catchy, and that’s an element that makes music good.

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