Eclectic Methods Tarantino-Mixtape

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(Vimeo DirektTarantino, via Eclectic Method)

Das hier hatte ich zwar gestern schon bei mir gepostet, will Euch das hier aber nicht vorenthalten, weil dieses Video einfach zu fantastisch ist.

Hier das Video/Musik-Mashup-Wunder Eclectic Method mit einem Tarantino-Mix, in dem sie Szenen und Songs aus den Soundtracks zu allen möglichen seiner Filme mixen. Schonmal sehr fantastisch. Und ab Minute 5:20 wird das ganze erst richtig abartig brillant!

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  1. Björn

    FRESH! FUNKY! SEXY! COOL!

  2. Claas

    Pretty fucking cool

  3. Paul Laub

    Das ist ganz dicke Ware… meisterlich. Das Beste seit langem in der Richtung – zuletzt vielleicht von Coldcut… was für ein erhabener Vergleich.

  4. Baneblade

    sehr geil. da stimmt einfach alles. :>

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