Gorillaz 2001

The Gorillaz' animated videos are famous, and Clint Eastwood was the group's first. Zombie gorillas rise up from a cemetery, dance, and chase the band.

6.17/106 ratings

The Chemical Brothers 2019

The dog-loving video for The Chemical Brothers' We've Got to Try features a stray who is adopted. His human mom cares for him and trains him. Thanks to scientific advances, the dog learns to drive a car and then a rocketship. He sets out to colonize the solar system, creating a life beyond his human masters.

4.33/103 ratings

Jamie xx 2016

A man in white stares deadpan at the camera as it cuts to various locations - a nightclub, the street, an apartment. We learn the video takes place in Paris. It culminates with a circle of people dancing around the man under the Eiffel Tower.

6.67/103 ratings

Beast 2009

The camera brings us through a forest and into an abandoned hut. Rotten food sits on the counters, and flies and maggots swam over everything. The maggots come together and form a maggot-man. The band performs inside the home while the maggot-man puts on a hat and prepares to leave.

5.67/103 ratings

1 Giant Leap Robbie Williams Maxi Jazz 2002

The music video starts with a comet crashing into a planet, creating a universe and human civilization as the earth continues to evolve further in time rapidly. At the end of the video, many children from different cultures walk into a building shaped rocket which launches up into space.

4.67/103 ratings

Björk 1997

The surreal music video was directed by longtime Björk video collaborator Michel Gondry and explored self-reference, featuring a dramatized version of the Droste effect. It features Björk as "Bachelorette," a woman who finds a book buried in her garden that begins to write itself, describing what Bachelorette does as she describes it; the book is entitled "My Story."

6.75/104 ratings

Björk 1999

When director Chris Cunningham first heard the track, he wrote down the words "milk," "sexual," "surgery," and "white porcelain"; they outline what would become the music video. Concerning this, Cunningham added that it was like Kama Sutra meeting Industrial Robotics. Because of the images' surreal nature, they could be as "sexually suggestive" as they liked.

7.67/103 ratings

Björk 1993

Human Behaviour features Björk being hunted by a bear in a forest. It is a loose take on the children's tale "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" with visuals inspired by Yuri Norstein's animated film Hedgehog in the Fog. She ends up being eaten by the bear and trapped in its stomach.

8/104 ratings

INXS 1988

This video combines two songs, "Need You Tonight" and "Mediate." "Need You Tonight" combines live-action and different kinds of animation in its video. "Mediate" segues into a tribute to Bob Dylan's "Subterranean Homesick Blues." The members flip cue cards with words from the song, followed by a Kirk Pengilly saxophone solo.

6/102 ratings