Remember that crazy backwards Mute Math video? Well, you don't need a huge production budget and guyliner to pull off those sweet effects, just the patience to learn how to lip-sync a song backwards and a video camera. Witness this video for the equally painful song "Destiny's Calling" by Melody Club. Totally amateur, and totally awesome. It's an entry in a Samsung Upstage contest, apparently, and it's a winner in our eyes.
Backwards Video Apes Mute Math, Sans Budget, Haircuts
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