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Remembering the Golden Age Of Fuse TV

Listening to rock music in the early 2000s was a real challenge since the radio stations were only playing music from Teeny Boppers and Boy Bands. You could hardly listen to music from MTV since the airtime was covered with reality television. The common programs at this time were Napster and LimeWire with MTV2 playing two or three Britney Spears songs and NSYNC videos repeatedly the whole day.

For those who had internet connections it was very slow which made the songs download too slow and took long hours to finish a single song. Internet was also interrupted by phone calls, and you had to restart downloading over and over again. New songs from new artist received few downloads compared to songs from known artist since you didn’t know whether the songs were a disappointment. During this tough times music fans experience there rose the use of Fuse TV which enlightened the MTV, CMT, and BET, which helped many to discover new music since.

Read the following article which walks you through the music videos that were introduced by the Fuse TV

In the early 2000s, the Stroke performed a song labeled Last Night that brought music revival during that time. The video to this song was simple and effective; it was performed in a stage that resembles Ed Sullivan show. The usual clean choreography played in the airwaves during this time was not evident in this song since it was rough and raw.

Another Video was Fell in Love with a Girl introduced by Fuse TV was recorded by White Stripes, which was a household name in the early 2000s.

Radiohead did the song There, There which was already fascinating enough without the video. At the climax of this song the forest turns on the singer who had been crawling in a thick weird forest which has forest creatures which resemble human beings.

AudioSlave who recorded a song Show Me How to Live; Audioslave was a master collection of big rock combination, Tom Morelos’ who played heavy guitar licks and Chris Cornell’s Soaring voice. Their band had regular airtime, but the chase scene from the song show me how to live was the most iconic.

Bandages were recorded by the band Hot Hot Heat, and it received the most attention to most viewers during the early 2000s. This song provides the pieces of horror as used in music in the early 2000s, it includes a scene which shows some terrifying apparatus, stretched faces and tap that say don’t worry now being played repeatedly.This Song shows a trio of old women undergoing through plastic surgery.

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