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Bjork

I Miss You

Director: John Kricfalusi
Year: 1995
"I Miss You" transports Bjork into the crazy cartoon world of John K, best known as the creator of Ren & Stimpy. Real-life and cartoon versions of Bjork interact with all sorts of bizarre characters on this wild ride.
See also: Tenacious D - Classico is another John K video.
10

Daft Punk

One More Time

Director: Kazuhisa Takenouchi
Year: 2003
Leiji Matsumoto of Space Battleship Yamato and Captain Harlock fame was brought in as visual supervisor on Interstella 5555, the Japanese film adaptation of Daft Punk's album Discovery. "One More Time" is the first episode from the film and it's no surprise that the animation is reminiscent of that classic 70s anime style.
See also: Ken Ishii - Extra draws upon Akira for inspiration.
MSTRKRFT - Work on You is a nod to 80s Transformers style animation.


9

Blur

Coffee & TV

Director: Hammer & Tongs
Year: 1999
"Coffee & TV" tells the story of a tiny milk carton's dangerous quest to find a family's missing son. "Milky" the milk carton proved to be popular with fans and even has his own fan site. The hilariously tragic scene where the strawberry milk carton gets squashed stands out.
See also: If you're a fan of Milky, then you might enjoy the adventures of an animated cupcake in The Heavy Blinkers - Try Telling That To My Baby.
8

Dire Straits

Money for Nothing

Director: Steve Barron
Year: 1985
"Money for Nothing" might seem primitive by today's standards, but it doesn't lack any of its original charm. The award-winning video's computer animation was revolutionary for its time and has the distinction of being the first video ever aired on MTV Europe.
See also: Def Leppard - Let's Get Rocked
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Californication