Music Video

Music Videos and Collective Songs Straight from the Tube.

Music can be enjoyed in various ways. Some prefer listening in quietness, some while walking, some while working and some enjoy it in their bedtime. I once had a habit of listening to music in loud noise using huge amplifiers before bedtime, I could not sleep without music. We all have a taste of different kinds of music. I was indulged in heavy metal and alternative grunge. One strange habit I had at that time was I used to visualize the songs. I was the director, editor, singer and even lead guitarist.

Thoughts can be very creative and there were no boundaries of what kind of scene I was playing in my television at mind.

Well, I think I had enough of my talk. Now referring to those of you who are reading this, I have compiled some of the songs that we grew up listening to in the nineties and as we say music doesn’t get old but it gets gold. Trust me,

I had the privilege of watching some of the band play live and the atmosphere and the ambiance is so good that it becomes part of the memory that can’t be forgotten when you are in the concert.

Days of watching MTV or Channel V are gone and it has been replaced by other sources of media. These videos below are not just random videos but it all has an interesting story behind its creation.

If you have already watched it, and listened to it or do watch it frequently then you are already on board. If you happen to watch it for the first time, just remember as these songs are not just chosen for the sake of framing it in the site but I am trying to convey a message to all of you through these videos and songs.

Just scroll and view it. Love it or hate it but please give it a second chance and leave your comments accordingly. Everyone has freedom of speech and sight. I will embrace it.

Radiohead - Creep (Best Live Performance)

Someone had said to me before that there are different segment of group of people that listen to Radiohead. At first they sound normal, maybe irritating to some as well. But, these talented Brits are out of ordinary. They are must in a playlist and trust me the more you listen to them, the more addicted you will get with them.

Bright Lights by Matchbox 20

Many of us leave our loved ones and go in search of treasures that are nowhere to be found. We push our boundaries far too long and stretch ourself in this whole process. This song is dedicated to all those who do something that is not worth doing for.

Black Hole Sun- Solo by Late Chris Cornell

Apologies for the video quality, as in this version this is the closest I could get. What a vocal and it’s pitch, one instrument was enough to capture the black hole sun. If you listen carefully, it seems how is it possible to get two scales simultaneously

Times are gone
For honest men
Sometimes, far too long for snakes
In my shoes
Walking sleep
In my youth, I pray to keep
Heaven send
Hell away
No one sings like you anymore

Late Chris Cornell

Round Here-counting crows

I don’t know what happened to this melodic music group nowadays. They don’t seem to care much or might have been on the retirement home. This is one of the albums that you never get tired of listening.I used to listen to this band specially this album in the cassette tape, until I had the visual image of the lead singer which was quite different. Anyway, these are one of the talented music bands present in the earth.


Though, I was not a huge fan of David Bowie until I came to realize that most of the iconic songs from fresh bands such as Nirvana to Wallflowers had covered up his songs. This song called space oddity was released in 1972. Looking at that time, it was quite difficult to perform such music video.I love the chords, and the way he has combined it in the middle parts as well.

Ground Control to Major Tom Commencing countdown, engines on Check ignition and may God’s love be with you.

River of Deceit

Mad Season

Late Layne Stanley with a beautiful collaboration from the members of Pearl Jam.I have a huge respect towards Layne..his deep dark vocal yet he tends to write about the daily struggles and reality of life.

Intro- My pain is self chosen…

Someday I'll be Saturday Night

Bon Jovi

someday I’ll be Saturday night international version

James Hetfield from Metallica has once written on his guitar KILL BON JOVI. Well there must be some history behind such rivalry or else he wouldn’t have said such. Anyway love him or hate him, Bon Jovi are pioneer of the soft rock to melodic rock. Ritchie Sambora the guitarist is also one of the talented musician and their co-operation produced some of the memorable songs. I never ever got tired of listening to this song. It has such a powerful lyrics and melodic

Low man's lyric

a brutal reality of addiction

These are the same music band that composed Master of puppets 14 years back before the release of Reload which was on November 18 1997. After the release of Master of Puppets on July 2 1986 James Hetfield had himself checked on Rehab. He had said in one of the interviews at that time about Master of Puppet being as it “deals pretty much with drugs. How things get switched around, instead of you controlling what you’re taking and doing, it’s drugs controlling you.”

So even after 14 years of being sober or not it is not reveled, but the song gives me goosebumps.It’s so melodic but the same part is the lyrics which is the main theme of the song. Metallica are very well known across the globe on taking the main stage as thrash metal band initially. As, the age grew older these veteran musicians has become much softer, but no doubt these guys have many thousands of loyal fanbase across the globe.

Bitter Sweet Symphony


This song the opening chores hold a sacred place in my heart and soul.Drug abuse can be destructive but no doubt that they can create such a beauty and adversity in this unpredictable place.This band has created some of the beautiful tracks and I believe their contribution in will remain in the history of indie music.

Although there are a dispute and even the court case filed against the verve by The Rolling Stones claiming that they have stolen the verse from their 1965 album. I believe the case is over and is in favor of the verve. By the way Rolling Stones should be ashamed by doing so, I believe. It was nuts, music is all about composition and inspiration can take many forms. I am sure if you compare the old version which Mike Jagger and Keith Richards composed and the verve version..the favor goes for The Verve.

Lord I can change..cause it’s a bitter sweet symphony ..that’s life.



The intro of the song itself tells a lot. Alice In Chains while Layne Stanly was alive and was the front man used to be one of the most listened albums and tracks in my playlist.Yes, I agree their music is dark and depressing but so is life at times.I consider this band and the front man with a huge respect towards the music scene. Their tracks are played in simple notes but the lyrics and the vocal of Layne pushes the boundary very very fa

Audioslave - Cochise

Audio slave consists of former Sound garden front man Chris Cornell and remaining members of R.A.T.M.Their collaboration have created many great tracks.This one in particular has such a energy, and their performance so powerful that i never got bored watching this music video. I and most of the fans have such huge respect for Chris Cornell and upon his demise, it was a huge loss for the planet earth and it’s music industry.

Rage Against The Machine - Guerrilla Radio

Rage Against The Machine revolutionized music in the 90’s to something different. They had a rebellion lyrics and nature . Tom Morello , the guitar man has been awarded best guitarist for quite a number of years. Sadly, the band is no more but their songs remains in the music industry and at people’s heart.

Iron Maiden - No Prayer For The Dying

I literally could not find the good quality video if this song,so i uploaded the lyrics instead.So many options to choose from the living legend-Iron Maiden,this one is my favorite ballad type of the band. They are one of the few bands who compose the song with Bass guitar,none other than Steve Harris.

Megadeth - Symphony of Destruction

It always sounds good when a metal band performs in acoustic. Dave Mustaine is known as a front man who never smiles in the whole hours of performance. Symphony of Destruction has awesome opening riff and it sounds great in the acoustic guitar. Hail Metal.

Foo Fighters. Walk

No one thought that a ex-Nirvana drummer would go on to form a band, be the lead singer and front man of the band, go on to sell millions of records and create a different identity of himself. It’s none other than Dave Grohl, he has been an inspiration to many. There are many favorite to choose from Foo Fighters, still i think this one called Walk fits well here.

Pearl Jam - Alive

Pearl Jam has been always a great tribute to the grunge scene. Eddie Vedder’s unique vocal combined with the powerful lyrics and heavy riff are a perfect seattle based grunge era.

Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit

A revolution in a grunge area.A perfectly combined song, harsh vocals, perfect drum roll, outstanding bass and pretty damn lyrics. It difinately smells like teen spirit

Green Day - Basket Case

Green Day was known for us as a three chord band, they have been around for a while. Although they are known as a punk rock band, their latest tracks have a different kind of taste.This music video has a good choreography.

Steven Wilson - Drive Home

Although, it was the later days i came to this artist, i was very much captivating about his musical talent. Steven Wilson is very much dedicated towards the music and takes his work with utmost respect.

Though dark, and the music more darker this song is so great at all the aspects.

Oasis - The Masterplan

Awesome track from one of the best bands in the planet.What i love most about this band is how great they are in chord combination and how they come up with the lyrics.

Sepultura - Refuse/Resist

One of my personal favorite drummer Igor Cavelera. This song has very powerful lyrics and heavy guitar riffs.The whole album belonging the song is great.

Buena Vista Social Club - Chan Chan

A great example that music has no language or knows any territory.this song is from Cuba, go online for translation.It’s very simple but the combination is great.

Metallica - Enter Sandman Live Moscow 1991

The crowd, the entry, the passion..everything is so right in this music video.and we are off to never never land…

Guns N' Roses - Yesterdays

A short and sweet riff from none other than guns and roses.they were one of the musicians who are great at dress ups.

Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody

A classic from the took me a lot of time to get through the song.a very pessimistic song in your depressing days and a optimistic song in your joyful days.

Pink Floyd - Comfortably Numb

I love the video and how the story gets unfolded.the solo is great and its so comfortable that it makes you comfortably numb.

Pink Floyd Reunion - Time

A classic from the legendary band with very powerful lyrics.