Tuesday, September 21, 2010

OK Go's Newest Video

The masters of the music video have just released their latest video. OK Go teamed up with ASPCA and some rescue dogs for their latest music video. The video for the song Whit Knuckles is like taking everything the group has ever learned and combining it into one video. For more information on the ASPCA portion of the story, you can click here. (Thanks Mooshki)



18 comments:

  1. I LOVE THEM. Yay OK Go! And Yay rescue doggies!

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  2. I love, love it....

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  3. Ditto all of the above.

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  4. Yay!! Rescued is my favourite breed :)

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  5. Holy crap, I loved it.

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  6. I did not stop smiling that whole time. I have a little Shih Tzu, so I was happy to see one representin'! :-)

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  7. I've always liked OK Go. Now I love them!! What a wonderful video.

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  8. ASPCA and rescues? Or a bunch of very well trained dogs from "Talented Animals" agency?

    http://gizmodo.com/5643044/new-ok-go-video-is-awesome-and-full-of-awesome-dogs

    Not that I don't love rescue pups, but the thought of getting them to pull of something like this is pretty hilarious. Awesome vid, though.

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  9. This is just precious. Love the goat cameo.

    I'm definitely with sly. Clearly, these were well trained dogs that weren't from a shelter.

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  10. LOVE THEM!!!

    Ellen showed it on her show and it was presented that they were rescues.

    I was at Seaworld (sorry, I know they are not the best viewed in the animl lovers world) a few years ago and they had this dog/cat show where animals did all kinds of tricks, stunts, etc. I commented to my husband that some of the animals looked kind of rough and then ended up crying at the end when I found out they were ALL rescue animals from an Orlando shelter. Rescued pets can learn tricks too!

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  11. They could be rescues that were trained?

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  12. Sly, I looked up Talented Animals, and they will train people's pets to be in showbiz, so I'm sure they could train rescue dogs. If you have smart, young dogs, I bet it wouldn't take more than a few days to teach them these tricks.

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  13. AWWWWWWW!! That is the best thing I've ever seen! Love the rescue doggies - and the group.

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  14. Totally loved this - how come these guys never get award at vma's? they make the *best* videos

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  15. Anonymous6:54 AM

    Aaawwww I just wanna hug all the doggies! <3

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