This is a demo called "State of Mind" by the demogroup "BomB!" for DOS and Windows PC from 1998, which was released during the Saturn Demo Party in Paris, France that same year.
This demo is more than just showing off programming, graphic design or musical skills. The members of Bomb! who created this demo made a statement and trying to get the message across to other people. The issues they were talking about in 1998 (pre 9/11) are even more important today than they were 10 years ago, when they created and released this demo into the public.
It's also one of the first demos that were added to the Pouet**** demoscene database. See the entry for download of the original executable, additional information and video downloads here *******www.pouet****/prod.php?which=26
Carsten Cumbrowski aka Roy/SAC
York State of Mind by Billy Joel - Free Piano Lesson
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This is a Pantless Knights tribute to our favorite entrepreneurs (who are all "new dorks"). It's a spoof of Jay-Z and Alicia Keys' "Empire State of Mind," from the guys behind Grasshopper**** (thank you!). We made it because there's a new type of dork that is cooler than ever. Look at tech entrepreneurs, hipsters, Computer Science Barbie - they're all super popular new dorks!
a part from skate video of brandon wastgate from zoo york state of mind.
A Lincoln Park State Of Mind; by Jeff Miller 407
My Empire State of Mind; by Jeff Miller 407
A song about parts and organelles of the cell, based on Jay-Z's "Empire State of Mind"
Lyrics written by, song performed by, and Powerpoint slide show done by a simple high school science teacher named Mr. Hsu.
This song and video have been made solely for educational purposes. Its level of depth and detail into the process of cellular respiration are aimed at High School College-Prep Biology students (at least the ones I teach). If you find any errors or omissions (i.e. I didn't mention tonoplasts), this is due to the fact that I didn't make this song specifically for AP Biology, Honors Biology, or College-Level Biology (although those students certainly enjoy it). Instead, I'm trying to make a song to appeal to students who aren't normally very interested in science (or at the very least they are not interested in memorizing a bunch of complicated words to something so small they'd never see it in their everyday lives), AND I'm being constrained by describing the many structures of a cell through a fairly recent and repetitive rap song...
I actually performed this song for my students in class the day before our cell parts test. If you're lucky, you might find a video of such a live performance somewhere in the vast internet (quite a few of them were recording me singing it in class, after all). This video is a result of me taking a simple digital camera and aiming it at my computer to try and record the performance my students experienced (so sorry for the crude recording and poor quality).
(youtube won't let me paste it into the description box, because it is too long...it's in the video...)
He sees the same face over and over again in his dreams. He was a government agent, and for some reason the man that he keeps killing is the only man he remembers. Who is he and why does he haunt him?
Another vintage No Control clip! This was filmed in Austin, Texas in 1994, for a live television show. Band members included Zach Bair (vocals/guitar), Rick Brannon (guitar), Big Bottom Mike (on bass), and Jack English (drums). Check out that hair! :)