Ad-Mashup Video Brings “Max Headroom” Vision Of The Future Ever Closer

noah | November 17, 2008 5:00 am
Call it more evidence of The End Of Ideas or just another sign that the global economy needs to widen its manufacturing base, but an Australian YouTube user has put together a song in which every piece of music is nicked from some ad or another, like Cadbury’s Phil Collins homage and an ad for Australian tampons that pays tribute to Guitar Hero. There are also commercials for one of those “we make chicks horny” body sprays and a car rental company within. But the products, for the most part, aren’t identified, which makes me wonder: When is one of the included agencies going to slap a cease-and-desist on the project unless it ponies up with some brand identification? I’d say “tomorrow,” but I think it’s already the 18th Down Under… [YouTube via Songs For Soap]