Well, we might have tried to give that honor to something before (McRorie, Hatebeak the parrot), but… this might top it.

There’s just so much. The vacant, turned-on stare of that curly-haired guy. The glowing alligator. The KORG 01/W – oh, that KORG. KORG will never make a keyboard demo quite like this. The script…

Do you know anything about techno?

Watch.

Now, does anyone know what the Hell this is, anyway? Answer: Why, it’s 1996’s Vibrations – and yes, that is Christina Applegate. Which means… uh, actually, they probably should have know something about techno but didn’t but who cares?

And thank you, BLN.fm. Whatever happened on this Thursday, this video has now happened to us. (Yes, aware this probably happened to you sooner since you have The Internet, but … well, it reached us late. Much later than 1996, let’s say.)

Also, don’t miss the Trap remix…

  • Joe Hennessy

    m.imdb.com/title/tt0114845/

  • Joe Hennessy

    m.imdb.com/title/tt0114845/

  • Joe Hennessy

    m.imdb.com/title/tt0114845/

  • jeffe

    Hilarious movie, used to be on YouTube. A bit anachronistic though, as 1996 feels more like 1986.
    Highly recommended.

    • ba

      its on netflix

    • Colaverde

      right !! this is EBMelectro body music from the mid/last 80s

      • aaron

        ugh… can’t tell if serious, but no.. ebm at the end of the 80’s sounded like this & was damn good; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NmUcbdWrhVs

        • NRGuest

          Not Front 242’s Headhunter? That track is pretty much the epitome of late 80’s EBM.

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m1cRGVaJF7Y

          • aaron

            I originally had that posted, but I’m less into the dance floor popular stuff from then and headhunter is still played to death 😛
            After early 80’s 242 and DAF, NE was always the standard bearer to me.

  • jeffe

    Hilarious movie, used to be on YouTube. A bit anachronistic though, as 1996 feels more like 1986.
    Highly recommended.

    • ba

      its on netflix

    • Colaverde

      right !! this is EBMelectro body music from the mid/last 80s

  • jeffe

    Hilarious movie, used to be on YouTube. A bit anachronistic though, as 1996 feels more like 1986.
    Highly recommended.

    • ba

      its on netflix

    • Colaverde

      right !! this is EBMelectro body music from the mid/last 80s

  • angstrom

    More amazingness from the same movie. http://youtu.be/lyvkNDtW7Lw

  • angstrom

    More amazingness from the same movie. http://youtu.be/lyvkNDtW7Lw

  • More amazingness from the same movie. http://youtu.be/lyvkNDtW7Lw

  • its musically hilarious, with quality music like sven vath and 808 state lined up next to the chintsy pop the films composer deemed as the future of music…. baffling!

    • jesus del internet

      The best song on the soundtrack is by Moses on Acid who is not famous like Sven Vath or 808 State. It’s the only song I would even remotely consider DJing today (the female vocal part is pretty good). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDTw2g_Y1zg

      • cool, I shall check it out

      • Denton

        “Moses on Acid who is not famous like Sven Vath or 808 State”

        yeah, and there’s a very good reason for this, judging by what’s above.

        but, that is not the video, it’s footage from an installation/video work, can’t remember who by (answer anyone?), but the background music was gabba/hardcore), not this shite.

        • Denton

          “remember who by (answer anyone?)”

          Rineke Dijkstra

  • its musically hilarious, with quality music like sven vath and 808 state lined up next to the chintsy pop the films composer deemed as the future of music…. baffling!

    • jesus del internet

      The best song on the soundtrack is by Moses on Acid who is not famous like Sven Vath or 808 State. It’s the only song I would even remotely consider DJing today (the female vocal part is pretty good). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDTw2g_Y1zg

      • cool, I shall check it out

      • Denton

        “Moses on Acid who is not famous like Sven Vath or 808 State”

        yeah, and there’s a very good reason for this, judging by what’s above.

        but, that is not the video, it’s footage from an installation/video work, can’t remember who by (answer anyone?), but the background music was gabba/hardcore), not this shite.

        • Denton

          “remember who by (answer anyone?)”

          Rineke Dijkstra

  • its musically hilarious, with quality music like sven vath and 808 state lined up next to the chintsy pop the films composer deemed as the future of music…. baffling!

    • jesus del internet

      The best song on the soundtrack is by Moses on Acid who is not famous like Sven Vath or 808 State. It’s the only song I would even remotely consider DJing today (the female vocal part is pretty good). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDTw2g_Y1zg

      • cool, I shall check it out

      • Denton

        “Moses on Acid who is not famous like Sven Vath or 808 State”

        yeah, and there’s a very good reason for this, judging by what’s above.

        but, that is not the video, it’s footage from an installation/video work, can’t remember who by (answer anyone?), but the background music was gabba/hardcore), not this shite.

        • Denton

          “remember who by (answer anyone?)”

          Rineke Dijkstra

  • EricM

    For a sec when seeing the preview image, I thought that dude was Sting…

  • EricM

    For a sec when seeing the preview image, I thought that dude was Sting…

  • EricM

    For a sec when seeing the preview image, I thought that dude was Sting…

  • renderful

    nothing can doom this groove

  • renderful

    nothing can doom this groove

  • renderful

    nothing can doom this groove

  • jerfer

    My favorite retro production video. Actually has some decent advice!

    The Art Of Mixing (A Arte da Mixagem) – David Gibson

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEjOdqZFvhY

    • LSD + Video Toaster = production value WIN. “We like our highs…”

  • jerfer

    My favorite retro production video. Actually has some decent advice!

    The Art Of Mixing (A Arte da Mixagem) – David Gibson

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEjOdqZFvhY

    • LSD + Video Toaster = production value WIN. “We like our highs…”

  • jerfer

    My favorite retro production video. Actually has some decent advice!

    The Art Of Mixing (A Arte da Mixagem) – David Gibson

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEjOdqZFvhY

    • LSD + Video Toaster = production value WIN. “We like our highs…”

  • disqus_kRU53IjGpT

    thank you for the imdb link, I can rest easier after FINALLY realizing it’s that guy from Twin Peaks

  • disqus_kRU53IjGpT

    thank you for the imdb link, I can rest easier after FINALLY realizing it’s that guy from Twin Peaks

  • disqus_kRU53IjGpT

    thank you for the imdb link, I can rest easier after FINALLY realizing it’s that guy from Twin Peaks

  • dopaminefiend

    yeah…… cocaine

  • dopaminefiend

    yeah…… cocaine

  • dopaminefiend

    yeah…… cocaine

  • We’re Primal Headed for Cosmic! Now come on admit it, we’ve all had those moments when you have some new guests come over and you have fun showing off yer stuff. (Though I don’t think I was ever aa eloquent as the Maestro of the Wavestation is up there, because .. now we go Acid.
    Love how is using the HR16 to Trigger the Loops in Able..Oh wait..

  • We’re Primal Headed for Cosmic! Now come on admit it, we’ve all had those moments when you have some new guests come over and you have fun showing off yer stuff. (Though I don’t think I was ever aa eloquent as the Maestro of the Wavestation is up there, because .. now we go Acid.
    Love how is using the HR16 to Trigger the Loops in Able..Oh wait..

  • We’re Primal Headed for Cosmic! Now come on admit it, we’ve all had those moments when you have some new guests come over and you have fun showing off yer stuff. (Though I don’t think I was ever aa eloquent as the Maestro of the Wavestation is up there, because .. now we go Acid.
    Love how is using the HR16 to Trigger the Loops in Able..Oh wait..

  • Graham Spice

    Best IMDB user comment:

    “This is the best film ever made about someone losing their hands, becoming a N.Y.C. wino and then an underground music sensation.”

  • Graham Spice

    Best IMDB user comment:

    “This is the best film ever made about someone losing their hands, becoming a N.Y.C. wino and then an underground music sensation.”

  • Graham Spice

    Best IMDB user comment:

    “This is the best film ever made about someone losing their hands, becoming a N.Y.C. wino and then an underground music sensation.”