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  • Securely shop open 24 hours a day 365 days all day every day. what more can you ask for?
  • This is a list of the music videos made by the Newsboys.
  • Rooster Teeth Music Videos is a collection of songs performed by staff and friends of Rooster Teeth and its community, the two most notable contributors are Jeremy Dooley and Barenaked Ladies. On 23 March 2016, the first of the announced "Rooster Teeth Throwdowns" was released starring Mad King Ryan and Podcast King Gus, squaring off in a Rap Battle, similar to the "Epic Rap Battles of Rooster Teeth", a collection of Rap Battles organised by Jeremy Dooley before he was hired.
  • Below are all of Paramore's music videos, all taken from Fueled By Ramen's YouTube channel.
  • In Eddsworld history only 14 music videos have been made. They incorporate a random song with an acompanying animation which usually relates to the song in some way. Most of the music videos have Edd in them and a few of them are shorts.
  • There is a music video for each film in the Tinker Bell film series. Each one is sung by a Disney Channel star (usually a female.) The songs also each pertain to each film theme. There are 5 music videos, but only four have been released thus far:
  • Music Videos first materialised during the third season in 1992 as an idea by Britt Allcroft. These music videos all featured their own songs, mainly sung by children. From 1994-2003, the songs were based on the theme tunes of a specific character, place, or type of job that the engines would do, which were both composed by television series veterans, Mike O'Donnell and Junior Campbell. Several have been released on CD as audiobooks or music albums.
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  • Securely shop open 24 hours a day 365 days all day every day. what more can you ask for?
  • Music Videos first materialised during the third season in 1992 as an idea by Britt Allcroft. These music videos all featured their own songs, mainly sung by children. From 1994-2003, the songs were based on the theme tunes of a specific character, place, or type of job that the engines would do, which were both composed by television series veterans, Mike O'Donnell and Junior Campbell. Several have been released on CD as audiobooks or music albums. After Mike and Junior left the series after twenty years, Robert Hartshorne began composing the music for the series, while Ed Welch wrote the songs, both starting from the eighth season in 2004. When Ed Welch left in 2009, Robert Hartshorne was left to compose the songs on his own. However, in 2011, Peter Hartshorne, Robert's son, helped him score Day of the Diesels. The Hartshornes left after their contracts ended in 2015 and Chris Renshaw and Oliver Davis took over as composers. The music videos are known for using clips from the series along with deleted scenes which would not be seen in the episodes themselves. Some music videos have specially-shot footage, which would only happen if the song did not have the required clips from the archives.
  • This is a list of the music videos made by the Newsboys.
  • Rooster Teeth Music Videos is a collection of songs performed by staff and friends of Rooster Teeth and its community, the two most notable contributors are Jeremy Dooley and Barenaked Ladies. On 23 March 2016, the first of the announced "Rooster Teeth Throwdowns" was released starring Mad King Ryan and Podcast King Gus, squaring off in a Rap Battle, similar to the "Epic Rap Battles of Rooster Teeth", a collection of Rap Battles organised by Jeremy Dooley before he was hired.
  • Below are all of Paramore's music videos, all taken from Fueled By Ramen's YouTube channel.
  • In Eddsworld history only 14 music videos have been made. They incorporate a random song with an acompanying animation which usually relates to the song in some way. Most of the music videos have Edd in them and a few of them are shorts.
  • There is a music video for each film in the Tinker Bell film series. Each one is sung by a Disney Channel star (usually a female.) The songs also each pertain to each film theme. There are 5 music videos, but only four have been released thus far: * Tinker Bell: "Fly to Your Heart" - Selena Gomez (from Wizards of Waverly place) * Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure: "Gift of a Friend" - Demi Lovato (from Sonny with a Chance and Camp Rock) * Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue: "How to Believe" - Bridget Mendler (from Good Luck Charlie) * Pixie Hollow Games: "Dig Down Deeper" - Zendaya (from Shake It Up) * Tinker Bell: Secret of the Wings: "The Great Divide" - McClain Sisters featuring China Anne McClain (from A.N.T. Farm)