Global Warming Messages Through Music!

Jduck and I have found some pretty cool songs about global warming, and the environment. These videos are from popular artisits that your sure to recconize, below each video you can read a little reveiw of what I thought of it. Hope you like them!

The Black Eyed Peas – Where Is The Love?

great beat! The Black Eyed Peas, I think, really sent out a good message to the public.

Mitchel Musso – The Three R’s

I thought it was a cute song, and the message was simple but can be effective: “reduce re-use and recycle”

Thom Yorke Radiohead – The Clock

This video is sort of depressing but a real eye opener. Well at least we know that our newspapaer companies are caring about Earth.

The Postal Service – Sleeping In

I like this video becuase of the beautiful forest around the man. To some it might not make sense, but I fugure that when he fell toward to end of the video, he was falling asleep and woke up in a cleared out peace of the forest underneath a bridge or road; industrialized.

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    tjkfbi13 said,

    Um, this is not about this post ,but do you need help on the forum? If you do on the ranks and stuff.
    Spaz125- Thank you very much for the offer but the “cool the globe” forums are laying low for the time being.

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    Jduck9 said,

    Ummm some of them aren’t working and some aren’t good quality….

    Yall can look them up on Youtube to see them!

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    spaz125 said,

    oh your right Jduck… Yeah to check them out on YouTube simply click the video(s)


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