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Music Video: The Pretender

Artisit: Foo Fighters

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:30

  • Copyright: Foo Fighters

Music Video For The Pretender By Artist Foo Fighters

Reviews For The Pretender By Artist Foo Fighters

  • The story behind the video

    5
    By Dylan8129
    Each band member walking out alone represents individualism. The riot police are all wearing the same clothing. They each have a number, meaning they are replaceable. They represent the general homogeneity and oppression of people. The exploding wall represents the creativity of people bursting out when pushed by society. Now the video makes sense.
  • Epic!!!

    5
    By Fan235
    This song is so upbeat and fast paced! I love it!!!
  • Best!!!!

    5
    By Rascael83
    Best song and video ever
  • Fantastic!!!

    5
    By RosesRblue
    Absolutely amazing.
  • Yo Nick

    5
    By TheNewRevolution
    I'm part of the 8% to the foo fighters are the best
  • Best video and band

    5
    By TheHumanD
    Very creative
  • Confusion

    5
    By Ltl evil
    Well I love the song but the video didn't make much sense to me but I still liked it.
  • Amazing!

    5
    By Raven1286
    This video is amazing! U ALL have to go see them in concert!There out of this world!I love them so much!ILY David Grohl!
  • AMAZING!!!!

    5
    By greg918
    Absolute coolest music video I have ever seen!!! The song is great and I seriously recomend buying it!
  • the pretender

    5
    By dude jhon
    very good

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