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2012/7/16 18:05:1205216

On the #1 position of Viral Friday is for OK Go – Needing / Getting, an awesome music video featuring Chevy. The #2 goes to a powerful Old Spice – Bounce, that basically takes over other commercials. And Flash Fans completes this week’s top 3, bringing a surprising support and cheering to recreational hockey teams.


1. OK Go – Needing/Getting
Did you ever imagine a car playing guitar or piano? Prepare yourself, because it is possible. The guys from OK Go have returned with another video in a partnership with Chevrolet, this time it’s for their track “Needing/Getting” and it’s indeed surprising. Recorded across a couple of miles in the desert outside of LA, the band set up 1,000 instruments and customized a Chevy Sonic with retractable pneumatic arms designed to play the instruments as they speed past them. And in the meantime the band would be singing and playing other musical instrument inside the car. Damian Kulash (lead vocals and guitar) even took stunt driving lessons to be up to the challenge. Check some behind the scenes footage and of course the video. In 5 days this video hit more than 10,6 million views. Let us know what you think of it!


2. Old Spice – Bounce
Even though the battle of Old Spice guys may seem over, the “new” Old Spice Guy – Terry Crews that talks in CAPS LOCK, proves that Old Spice is so powerful that it just pops out in other commercials.

And this is not just a onetime incident, also Charmin from Procter & Gamble was “invaded”. The new advertising campaign “Smell is Power” by Wieden+Kennedy features a total of five commercials and they’re doing pretty well – “Bounce” has already more than 3,6 million views and “Charmin” is close to 1 million views, both uploaded on 1st of February. That’s what I call P-p-p-p-pp-POWER!


3. Flash Fans
In Canada they watch the Superbowl as well. But since Canadians are more hockey fans, Budweiser decided to air a commercial specifically for the Canadian market. This movie is all about an old-fashioned flash-mob. Two recreational hockey teams were asked to participate in a documentary but once the filming got started, they were suprised by a thousand viewers, cheerleaders and lots of confetti. French prankster Rémi Gaillard did a similar thing with two soccer-teams in 2010, but who cares. The Budweiser flash-mob got 3 million views since the start of February.


4. A Day Made of Glass
20 years ago we dreamed of flying cars and hovering skateboards but today we’ve let that go. We’re moving towards displays, like Samsung teased us a couple of weeks ago. Now glass and ceramics company Corning Incorporated has made a great video giving us a glimpse of what the future might bring to us. The video was put live the 3rd of February and currently has over 630,000 views.

Take a look at Corning’s YouTube channel for more futuristic videos.


5. Lego Captain America
For years Lego has been an inspiration to many video uploaders on the net. It’s not just for kids anymore, it has become the ultimate construction toy for geeks. Even the Bible got Legofied. If you combine Lego with a DC Comics character like Captain America you can be sure of a winning viral in your hands. Add some extreme violence to the scenes and there you have your half million views in just 1 week. So Lego Captain America is this week’s number 5, but beware: viewer discretion is advised.
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