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| Director = [[Wolf Gresens]] and [[Bernard Wedig]] <ref>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uno_(Muse_song)</ref>
 
| Director = [[Wolf Gresens]] and [[Bernard Wedig]] <ref>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uno_(Muse_song)</ref>
 
| Filming location = Studio/Tower Bridge, London<ref name="k2005">{{cite/Kerrang 2005}}</ref>
 
| Filming location = Studio/Tower Bridge, London<ref name="k2005">{{cite/Kerrang 2005}}</ref>
| Watch = [http://youtube.com/watch?v=tbPA58xJI24 YouTube]
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There are two versions of the Uno video.
 
There are two versions of the Uno video.
  
==[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMqb0nI4llI First]==
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==First Video==
The first one consisted of Muse standing on London Tower bridge and footage of a sound check.<ref name="k2005"/> The sound check was recorded first, after which the director suggested going to London Tower bridge.<ref name="k2005"/> The bridge footage was shot during a rush hour, with people walking towards the band members who were themselves standing still looking at the camera.<ref name="k2005"/> Matthew Bellamy was standing on a box, with an earphone in one ear.<ref name="k2005"/> Looking back on the video in 2005, Bellamy and Dominic Howard thought the video embarrassing.<ref name="k2005"/> In 2012, when asked about their 'biggest regret when looking back at their whole career', one of the members answered 'making our first video for UNO. Wore a terrible Vegas style shirt!'<ref>https://twitter.com/muse/status/251023330122018817</ref>
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The first one consisted of Muse standing on London Tower bridge and footage of a soundcheck.<ref name="k2005"/> The soundcheck was recorded first, after which the director suggested going to London Tower bridge.<ref name="k2005"/> The bridge footage was shot during a rush hour, with people walking towards the band members who were themselves standing still looking at the camera.<ref name="k2005"/> Matthew Bellamy was standing on a box, with an earphone in one ear.<ref name="k2005"/> Looking back on the video in 2005, Bellamy and Dominic Howard thought the video embarrassing.<ref name="k2005"/> In 2012, when asked about their 'biggest regret when looking back at their whole career', one of the members answered 'making our first video for UNO. Wore a terrible Vegas-style shirt!'<ref>https://twitter.com/muse/status/251023330122018817</ref>
  
 
This was the first music video Muse recorded. Described by Matt even back when the video came out as "dodgy", the Cave video was scrapped to take time to readjust this video.<ref>https://shorturl.at/gkqQ3</ref>
 
This was the first music video Muse recorded. Described by Matt even back when the video came out as "dodgy", the Cave video was scrapped to take time to readjust this video.<ref>https://shorturl.at/gkqQ3</ref>
  
==[http://youtube.com/watch?v=tbPA58xJI24 Second]==
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==Second Video==
 
[[Image:sexy matt uno 2.jpg|right|thumb|Uno - Second Version]]
 
[[Image:sexy matt uno 2.jpg|right|thumb|Uno - Second Version]]
  

Latest revision as of 22:19, 10 November 2019

Uno - Version One
Muse video
Name Uno
Album/single Uno promo VHS (1)
Length 3:01
Initial air date 1999
Filming Location Studio/Tower Bridge, London[1]
Director Wolf Gresens and Bernard Wedig [2]
Watch First Video Second Video


There are two versions of the Uno video.

First Video

The first one consisted of Muse standing on London Tower bridge and footage of a soundcheck.[1] The soundcheck was recorded first, after which the director suggested going to London Tower bridge.[1] The bridge footage was shot during a rush hour, with people walking towards the band members who were themselves standing still looking at the camera.[1] Matthew Bellamy was standing on a box, with an earphone in one ear.[1] Looking back on the video in 2005, Bellamy and Dominic Howard thought the video embarrassing.[1] In 2012, when asked about their 'biggest regret when looking back at their whole career', one of the members answered 'making our first video for UNO. Wore a terrible Vegas-style shirt!'[3]

This was the first music video Muse recorded. Described by Matt even back when the video came out as "dodgy", the Cave video was scrapped to take time to readjust this video.[4]

Second Video

Uno - Second Version

The second is of the band playing and a girl trying to reach the band through a labyrinth of doors. After a while, the girl finds a door through which Bellamy appears to stand. Through the door is actually a corridor with a deep pit. After she bursts through the door, she is able to avoid falling. The end of the video has the girl facing a door with '1' on it.


References


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