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Music Video: Living Proof

Artisit: Cat Power

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:11

  • Copyright: Cat Power

Music Video For Living Proof By Artist Cat Power

Reviews For Living Proof By Artist Cat Power

  • Sacraligfew teko

    1
    By grind man
    Did any one else notice she was holding the cross not nailed to it. I sure did, and I am SO OFFENDED! Also, the "Nuns" seem to be running from da plague. Or mabye they are terrorists. I see you Osama
  • Great Song & Video

    5
    By gbailey3
    The song is wonderful and the video made me laugh... and think. I find myself playing it over & over again so I can re-examine it and possibly catch something new this time around. On the surface it's an entertaining video with a great song. What makes the video rewarding is the sense that it was created from the same creative gift that makes Chan Marshall's music so endearing. This also means, however, that if you dislike the music of Cat Power, then you will likely not appreciate the video.
  • Cat Power

    5
    By woogie846
    Cat Power is meaningful alternative rock with a message. Her videos are not just filled with cool dance moves and visual effects, but with symbolism expressing her thoughts and feelings on the world. So for all of you superficial corporate snobs, look a little beyond the video and actually see what Cat Power is trying to say.
  • Love Her

    4
    By GeorgeGeorge101
    She's cool, i like it.
  • To the people who rated it low because they "Don't get it"

    5
    By DeadlyMuffin
    You are stupid. 1. It doesn't HAVE to make sense to be good. An example of this would be Nirvana (You can't understand what they are saying.) 2. Have you ever heard of the movie "The Passion of the Christ"?
  • Whak

    1
    By Jaddy
    This is crap dont spend ur money on this bull
  • This is stupid!

    1
    By G nasty
    this woman is messed up! DO NOT BUY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • freaky

    1
    By Cyclone13
    i dont get what it means. its just really wierd!
  • awesome...

    5
    By iGod
    This video is awesome...

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