Five Homemade Music Videos That Will Help You Celebrate The Lego

Dan Gibson | January 28, 2009 12:00 pm
On this day in 1958, the patent for the Lego brick was filed. Of course, pop music’s most important use of the toy brick came when Michel Gondry released his video for the White Stripes‘ “Fell In Love With A Girl,” but what about the amateur Lego artistes? The guys toiling over each frame in their basements to perfectly sync their efforts up with a Rammstein track? Today is their day to shine.

“Thriller,” Michael Jackson:

“Goody Two Shoes,” Adam Ant:

“Video Killed The Radio Star,” The Buggles:

“Little Sister,” Queens Of The Stone Age:

This one’s just awful, but I feel like I should include it out of my allegiance to Christian rock…

“Youth of the Nation,” P.O.D.:

CHRISTIANSEN [Google Patents]