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Foo Fighters, ‘Low’ – Banned Music Videos

Foo Fighters, 'Low'
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Before Paris Hilton made night vision famous, the Foo Fighters utilized the technique to make us all uncomfortable. The band, who often inject humor into their videos, drove a bit off the path in their video for ‘Low.’ Starring hillbilly versions of Dave Grohl and Tenacious D‘s Jack Black, the flick depicts the duo trashing a hotel room while getting wasted.

Things start getting weird in ‘Low’ when both Grohl and Black begin to cross-dress in skimpy women’s clothing before getting nasty with each other while a night-vision camera records the entire affair. The video was banned by MTV for its content in 2003, and although it never gets too explicit, it still makes us feel icky.

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