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Puretone: Addicted to Bass, Music Video, 1998

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antp BE

2008-07-26 17:20


Videoclip remake of Mad Max, but I do not know if they used the same car models or not...

Neon IT

2008-07-26 20:35


It's a very nice video, you can see it here:


valiant1962 AU

2008-07-27 02:34


I love this video

valiant1962 AU

2008-07-27 02:36


antp wrote Videoclip remake of Mad Max, but I do not know if they used the same car models or not...

Black coupe is an XB Falcon same as Max's interceptor but without the fibreglass nose cone. Max's XB was a GT but this is not (no driving light in grille). The yellow XB MFP cars are also XBs, but in the movie they used XA and XB sedans, not coupes. And in the movie the caravan was towed by a Falcon ute not a Hilux.
They were probably very rusty coupes that were beyond restoration and made to look good for the video, because even in 1998 XB Coupes were hard to find and becoming valuable collectors cars, so to smash three up for a music video would have been crazy.

-- Last edit: 2008-07-28 13:45:07

rjluna2 US

2008-08-28 03:14


The chase scene supposedly taken same area from the Mad Max movie as described at http://www.madmaxmovies.com/flubs/references/AddictedtoBass/ .

mike962 DE

2018-03-07 00:20


a cool behind the scenes clip :)


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