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TAKE STUFF FROM WORK (1987), from Fluting on the Hump, directed by J.F.K. Nitzberg-an old friend of JSH's who did the whole thing for free.

THE BOX (1988), from They, directed by Wincester Chimes, a dear friend of JSH's who died in 1990, and who did the whole thing for $100.00.

NO POINT (1990), from Mystical Shit, directed by Benton Bainbridge, a friend of Dave Rick's, who did the whole thing for $1200.00, which was $200.00 more than he said it would cost, and for which JSH still owes him $100.00.

MY HEART IS A FLOWER (1991) from The Way to Salvation, directed by Phil Morrison, a friend of Dave Rick's, who got Juliana Hatfield to guest star.

DETACHABLE PENIS (1993), from Happy Hour, directed by Richard Kern, a friend of a friend of JSH's, although it was Roger Murdock's idea to have him do the video, and it was the perfect choice.

WHY ARE WE TRAPPED (1993), from Happy Hour, directed by George Seminara, who we met through the label. We loved working with him, and asked him to do the next one as well.

MARTIN SCORSESE (1993), from Happy Hour, directed by George Seminara, although most of the concepts were JSH's. Both George and Richard were very collaborative, cooperative and patient directors. This is still a Beavis and Butthead fave.

LOVE IS... (1994), from King Missile, directed by Richard Kern, although everyone in the band contributed concepts. It is believed, although it never proven, that MTV rejected this video because it featured Chris Xefos kissing another man.


As with the discography, the above text was written by John S. Hall. Big thanks to him again for contributing this. It is accurate as of March 27, 1995.

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