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World Trade Center in popular culture

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« Reply #30 on: January 06, 2010, 01:26:28 am »

# The group Limp Bizkit feature the World Trade Center in their music video for the song "Rollin'" (2000). The band is shown on the South Tower, staging portions of the music video on its rooftop observation deck. The end of the video features a gradually distancing helicopter shot of the towers.
# The video for the Spice Girls song "2 Become 1", released in 1996, features numerous night-time shots of the World Trade Center, from differing angles, throughout the duration of the clip.
# The cover for the album The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One by Liam Howlett of The Prodigy shows counter with 3 rows of numbers. Second row has value "0090". Third row has value "1101". This album was released in 1999.
# The back cover for the album How I Spent My Summer Vacation by The Bouncing Souls shows the Twin Towers, among other buildings, burning and being destroyed.[17] This album was released in May 2001.
# Rap group The Coup released an album in late 2001 called Party Music, whose original depicts explosions in the towers set off by a detonator. The cover was changed after the 9/11 attacks.
# The cover of the Beastie Boys' sixth studio album, To the 5 Boroughs, is a drawing featuring the Twin Towers in a compressed New York skyline. This album was released in 2004.
# Dave Matthews Band was set to film a music video for their song "When the World Ends" from the album Everyday. The music video was supposed to feature lead singer Dave Matthews climbing a ladder to the top of a giant tower. The video idea and single were shelved after the 9/11 attacks and replaced by the more uplifting song "Everyday".
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