OK Go’s long history of viral music videos

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You don’t need to like OK Go’s brand of alternative rock to appreciate their offbeat yet ingenious music videos. Their recent “The Writing’s On The Wall” would be a fun watch even without an audio track. But this isn’t the Los Angeles-based band’s first brush with viral fame. Their initial taste of stardom came after rehearsal footage for “A Million Ways” was published on YouTube. The quirky choreography became an immediate hit, and over 2 million people have watched it since.

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