Neato Viddys on the Intertubes

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Swedes and Aussies and, uh, Chicago-ites, oh my!

Kylie Minogue – “2 Hearts”
In which the Aussie star vamps it up over a swinging beat, and you watch nervously to make sure she doesn’t fall off that piano

The Hives – “Tick Tick Boom”
In which the Swedish combo find themselves enlarged and installed in a museum as a high-concept art piece that takes its revenge on the museum for some reason

Lupe Fiasco – “Dumb It Down”
In which the Chicago rapper lets his complex lyrics take center stage, since there’s not a whole heck of a lot else going on in this video

Robyn – “Handle Me”
In which the underappreciated Swedish songstress gets, uh, boxed in, wocka wocka

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