Claire from Oak Ridge, TnI loved this song and video. Why can't some things musically be more like '02?
Ashley from Moncton, CanadaI have to agree, the bass in this song is incredible, it's a really good song, and I don't know why I like it, because I don't like this kind of music usually, but this song has so much bass and it's kind of trippy, so I like it. Recap: BASS=AWESOMENESS.
Samuel from Lincoln Park, MiIn the dance game "Dance Dance Revolution Max 2" (DDRMAX2) for the PS2, a shortened version of this song can be danced to. It also plays a shortened version of the music video as you dance.
Chris from Hull, MaThe bass in this song is incredible.
Kris from Toronto, Canadasince the commercial has caught on the video has been altered. It's subtle, but the difference is enormous. In the older video the band sat in the diner, watching the man dance, in the current version they sit watching him dance from the comfort of their Mitsubishi . . . lame lame LAME.
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