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Supercell "Hay Day" (2014) :60 (2014)

Supercell "Hay Day" (2014) :60 (2014)

Mobile game company Supercell brings this wonderfully looney spot for game Hay Day to life. Fun times. Starring actor/comedian Craig Robinson.

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ADAM - Go to Go - 2:30 (The Netherlands)

ADAM - Go to Go - 2:30 (The Netherlands)

ADAM is a girl band from the Netherlands, with five singers. They want you to remember them, and their somewhat unusual approach to making a a low budget video is to sing while having orgasms.

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Apple iPhone 5s - Gigantic - (2013) :30 (USA)

Apple iPhone 5s - Gigantic - (2013) :30 (USA)

This Apple ad concentrates on showing off all the audio apps that enable musicians to play, mix, co-ordinate and tune their performances.

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VH1 - I will survive / Nerds today boss tomorrow - (2014) 1:10 (Argentina)

VH1 - I will survive / Nerds today boss tomorrow - (2014) 1:10 (Argentina)

To teach the young and presumably cool kids that bullying is not, Del Campo Saatchi & Saatchi had them sing new lyrics to "I will survive", declaring that the nerds of today will be your boss tomorrow.

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E*TRADE - Are You Type E*? - (2014) :30 (USA)

E*TRADE - Are You Type E*? - (2014) :30 (USA)

The all singing all dancing replacement of the E-trade baby. Still quite the whimsical ad as doctors, women in cabs and waiters bounce around singing about trading on E-trade.

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Coca Cola - America The Beautiful - (2014) :60 (USA)

Coca Cola - America The Beautiful - (2014) :60 (USA)

"America the beautiful" sung in many languages, all across America. Because #Americaisbeautiful

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Volkswagen Super Bowl "Sunny Side" 2013 1:40 (U.S.A.)

Volkswagen Super Bowl "Sunny Side" 2013 1:40 (U.S.A.)

Volkswagen and Deutsch would like to buy the world a coke VW.

For this spot, they got Jimmy Cliff to cover the Partridge Family's "Come on get Happy." They found all the fifteen minutes of fame internet celebrities by using search words like "freak out," and "angry," and then rounded them up and made them sing and dance in a field. With Jimmy Cliff.

At least it isn't another Star Wars video.

*pre-game.

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The Cosmopolitan - Let Me Go / Queen Bohemian Rhapsody - (2012) :60 (USA)

The Cosmopolitan - Let Me Go / Queen Bohemian Rhapsody - (2012) :60 (USA)

Cheeky guy at the hotel pool bar sneaks in an origami-swan to the mobster (?) bossman's pretty lady, and a spontaneous rendition of Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody breaks out. Spoken word version. Until the young man proves he has a surprisingly high voice as he sings "Let me go".

Works very well, as they'll tie it up with the line "just the right amount of wrong", the iconic Queen song actually kinda works as a dialogue, but then we always knew that before we headbanged ourselves silly to it.

First aired February 12, 2012 during The Grammy Awards.

(Sidenote, ever notice that there's only a one letter difference between "lady" and "lay" as I originally typed the blonde woman's description. Revealing typo right there, mate.)

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Hyundai - All for one / Rocky theme - (2012) :60 (USA)

Hyundai - All for one / Rocky theme - (2012) :60 (USA)

Trivia: The people in the plant singing along? They actually are Hyundai plant workers, at the Montgomery, Alabama plant. With good pipes.

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Pepsi - Kings Court / Respect - (2012) :60 (USA)

Pepsi - Kings Court / Respect  - (2012) :60 (USA)

Melanie Amaro, the X FACTOR 2011 winner sings a retooled version of "Respect" to Sir Elton John, the "King of rock" who gives Pepsi only to those he approves us. He sends the others down the hole. Melanie has other plans, she wants Pepsi for all.

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