Our Top Five Music Videos Directed by Spike Jonze of the 1990s


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All this talk about Nirvana has us longing for the ’90s, when music was simple, alternative rock ruled the airwaves, and Spike Jonze made MTV worth watching.

The popular director, who most recently released the feature-length film, Her, created some of the best music videos of the 1990s. Here is a list of our top five favorites:

5. Björk – “It’s Oh So Quiet”

4. The Breeders – “Cannonball”

3. Fatboy Slim – “Weapon of Choice”

2. Weezer – “Buddy Holly”

1. Beastie Boys – “Sabotage”

Honorable Mention: Nirvana – “In Bloom”

Although this video was directed by Kevin Kerslake, it reeks of Spike Jonze and we love it.

Marcello C. De Feo

Founder and CEO at Untied Magazine
Marcello De Feo started blogging in 2002 as a way to promote his band and stay in touch with friends back east when he lived in Colorado. Over the years, he has owned and run many blogs, the most notable of which was FlyersFaithful.com. Untied is his most expansive effort to date and he is ecstatic to have so many brilliant writers on board from the get go.