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UNKLE: Rabbit In Your Headlights

Brilliant track from the first Unkle project helmed by James Lavalle with beatmaster DJ Shadow and Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke. This moody track was released in the reigning era of trip hop, brought to life by the skillful eye of director Jonathan Glazer and subsequently banned by MTV for its violent imagery. Although Mr. Glazer has only a relatively few number of videos under his belt (including landmark clips for Massive Attack, Radiohead and Jamiroquai), they are all of high visual and narrative standard, impressive enough to warrant his own Directors Label compilation. Watch the video (qt).

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