From being cornered by an army of thousands to Kanye West, you don't get much more dramatic than these masterpieces. If you squint hard enough you can just about spot Shia LaBeouf you can't, really. It's not as cutting-edge as some of their other stuff, but it's worth it for the hairstyles alone. Either that or there's some sort of Paranormal Activity type-thing going on. Let's hope it's the former. The craziest part of this video isn't the blood or even that guy in the bear costume, it's how quickly that fight between Jared and his clone escalated.
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What did you expect? Is the devil perhaps in the Oval Office? You could take that as one example. I played it in Paris to 15, people, and I was stunned how loud they sang that song. You can write a song about America, but these are global concerns. What led you toward electronic sounds on this album?
Revisit " Sister, Sister " and more '90s TV throwbacks that need a revival now. See our picks list. It takes place in what is believed to be a dream, and explores a violent and sexual world where 30 Seconds to Mars are stalked and attacked by various figures known as "The Gimps". Song in the album, regarding their success in the states and thir up roar of beginning in LA The City of Angels. The music video begins with news footage of the video's The video was directed by Jared Leto as "Bartholomew Cubbins". The video contains concert footage from about 30 performances during their Into the Wild Tour. The music video opens with close-up shots of various people of multiple races, ages and abilities, featured against a black background.
Written by lead vocalist Jared Leto , who also produced the song with Steve Lillywhite , "Up in the Air" is an introspective and passionate track reflecting upon human consciousness. It marked a departure from much of the band's previous work as it incorporates a more electronic-influenced sound as well as elements from new wave music. It premiered on the same day from the International Space Station , after being launched aboard a spacecraft loaded with scientific experiments and other equipments. Critical reception to the song was mostly positive, with much of the praise going to its sonic variety and introspective lyrics. The track peaked at number three on the Alternative Songs in the United States and garnered significant commercial outcomes internationally, reaching the top fifteen of Finland, Lebanon, Portugal, and Russia. The accompanying music video, directed by Leto, features conceptual imagery filled with references to different art forms. It received a largely positive response from critics, who lauded the video's symbolic nature and visuals.