| 73Q Music Videos | Vote On Clips | Submit | Login   |

Reddit Digg Stumble Facebook
Desc:Oi! Oi! Oi!
Category:Advertisements, Humor
Tags:stop motion, london, cookies, Punks, sing along
View Ratings
Register to vote for this video

People Who Liked This Video Also Liked:
Greensleeves, performed in a new and horrifying way.
UFC Hat Thieves
World's Wildest Police Videos (2000)
Murphy's Irish Stout: Anime TV Commercial
'God has a plan for everyone! Even dead baby birds!'
Sonic the Hedgehog vs Ken Penders RANT
'You and he were...buddies weren't you?'
The Tick S03E09 The Tick vs Prehistory
Swap Meet Louie
Cognitivedissonance eats a Century Egg.
Comment count is 17
Caminante Nocturno
Their sultry bedroom eyes always bothered me.
Punky Chips Ahoy suffered crippling spinal injuries when the Weetabix crew stomped him in the circle pit at a Blitz show.
Yeah, the Weetabix don't fuck around.

All the stars for you :)

The Duchy Originals have their razor-toed oxbloods on and are ready to drop braces next time they see the Weetabix.

So you guys psyched for PKN kicking Eurovision's ass next week?
Caminante Nocturno
No, no, no!

Not Euro! CHURRO!

Churro-flavored Chips Ahoy!

infinite zest
No, no no!

Not Shit, CHIP!

Thanks talking monkey cop. Back to the moshpit. Catching Rancid and Swingin' Utters. Mom pick me up at 9.

Caminante Nocturno
Infinite Zest, your mommy loves us 'cause we're nice and sweet.

If anyone's curious, these Chips Ahoy stop-motion animation commercials were animated by Loose Moose Productions in London and were composited and finished by Edgeworx UK, a post-production house.


They even did a few Chips Ahoy stop-motion spots for the US Market.

infinite zest
I feel like I remember this one being aired in the states too, which really made little sense because Oi punk's much more of a sub of a sub genre of punk here than it is over there..

I always got the impression that oi had a strong neonazi/white supremacist connotation in the states.

Well, it's not like the sound is that far off from a Ramones song, like a really toned-down lower-volume-instruments kiddy TV imitation of a Ramones song but still in that general punk lite genre.

infinite zest
Yeah folks associate it nationalism and forget about the fact that it was a working class reaction to mod culture (suedehead) and took inspiration from black music like reggae and early ska. The nationalist movement associated with skinheads didn't happen until later. I think most Brits know the distinction, but Americans wouldn't unless they did some research. It's kind of like how I assume Britain observes an American phenomenon like hip hop and assumes it's all about drug dealing and gun violence.

Speaking of punk, you guys ready for PKN-vision tomorrow?!


I'm doing my part, how 'bout YOU?
Woops, dupe


Register or login To Post a Comment

Video content copyright the respective clip/station owners please see hosting site for more information.
Privacy Statement