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Awesome 2000s Music Videos Set On The London Tube

Awesome 2000s Music Videos Set On The London Tube

FAB TOP 6 MUSIC VIDEOS OF THE 2000S WHOSE SETTING INCLUDES THE LONDON UNDERGROUND

 

Eager to know which are the most famous music hits of the 2000s whose videos were partly filmed on the London Underground? Here we go with my top six picks:

Everlast took Prodigy’s “Firestarter” hint, producing a similar music video in the exact same location: Aldwych Station. However most artists come up with something pretty original. Like The Chemical Brother’s “Believe”, featuring a man who imagines machines watching and threatening him, and containing a few scenes shot in Maida Vale Tube Station. Or Alexandra Burke who, with “Let it Go”, took Victoria Tube Station and its passengers by storm with her energetic dancing and singing act. Let’s not forget the legendary Madonna who was living in London during that period: scenes of her “Hang Up” video were shot in Charing Cross. Or The Scissor Sisters, where a dejected “Mary” is filmed in Canary Wharf. Last but not least, Feeder chose Monument Tube Station as the location for the shooting of “Peace by Peace”.

 

ALEXANDRA BURKE

“Let It Go” – 2012

Victoria tube/rail stations

 CHEMICAL BROTHERS

“Believe” – 2005

Maida Vale tube station
Scenes were filmed at the now defunct MG Rover Longbridge plant

MADONNA

“Hang Up” – 2005

Charing Cross tube station

SCISSOR SISTERS

“Mary” – 2004

Canary Wharf tube station

FEEDER

“Peace by Peace” – 2001

Monument tube station

 EVERLAST

“Black Jesus” – 2000

Aldwych tube station

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