Music: Midnight Madness on Google Earth

Potentially the first music video for a well known band that is based on Google-Earth. This video is the result of the Midnight Madness Competition by the Chemical Brothers.


Click on the image below for the link (multimedia)

link to YouTube video























More information:
Chemical Brothers web site with project links
The introduction video for the competition

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