The Honeyrods - "Love Bee" (found music video from American rock band; 1997)


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The Honeyrods - "Love Bee" (music video)
A screenshot from the video.
A screenshot from the video.
Status Found
Date found May 14th, 2017
Found by SADLAD84

The Honeyrods were an American rock band from Nashville, Tennessee, composed of singer Gordon Cabaniss (b. October 15, 1974); guitarist Chris Hunter, guitarist Matt Clemmons, bassist Jeremy Brashears, and drummer Michael Dale.

The music video for "Love Bee" first aired on MTV2 in August 1997. The music video, which is a parody of Jack and the Beanstalk, was directed by Michael Lucero and filmed in San Francisco, California. Lucero died on May 8, 1998, in a car crash, at the young age of 35. The music video is presumably under the control of Volcano Entertainment (the successor in interest to Capricorn Records), which has been dormant except for re-issues of its most popular artists.

An MTV article tried to embed the QuickTime video of this song, but it is long-lost after the channel overhauled its website. [1]

On May 14th 2017, LMW user SADLAD84 found the music video on a Russian YouTube-like site known as Gettube.

User dtlux1 uploaded the video to YouTube, it can be found here:

Videos

Honeyrods - Love Bee

References

  1. http://www.mtv.com/news/1430130/the-honeyrods-free-to-be-love-bee/

Comments


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Anonymous user #1

9 months ago
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someone please make a video or a petiton on this
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Anonymous user #2

6 months ago
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I've found the video. It's on a russian website showing an episode of MTV's 120 minutes.

gettube.cc/movies/-54131328_456239051
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Anonymous user #2

6 months ago
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It starts at around 87 minutes in.
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Ryanskii

6 months ago
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im not installing a virus
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Anonymous user #2

6 months ago
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It is not a virus. Its a YouTube knockoff.
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Anonymous user #2

6 months ago
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Listen Mynameismeh, I don't know if you still care or are still listening, but trust me. I don't want to give anyone's computer's viruses, I have legitimately found the video and want to let everyone know. I have gone on the webpage on two separate devices with no harm done, and the only thing you can download is the video itself, which even then is optional. You and me could make this a piece of found media, and all you need to do is spread the word through the forums.
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Ryanskii

6 months ago
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I know but when i click on the link

it tries to give me a virus
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Anonymous user #2

6 months ago
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Try it on a phone. It's what I did.
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Anonymous user #2

6 months ago
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Any luck so far?
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Anonymous user #2

6 months ago
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You still there?
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Anonymous user #3

6 months ago
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Ok, I'm just gonna assume mynameismeh gave up, so here's a description of the video for anybody else who can't get to the page. First of all, it barely counts as a jack and the beanstalk parody as, besides the magic beans and the beanstalk itself, there's nothing​ to do with the story in the video. The video opens by zooming in on a traditional fairytale cottage that the honeyrods are playing inside. It then shows a blue plate on a table in the house with the magic bean on it. The plate falls off the table and smashes with the bean falling beneath the floorboards, which a CG plant then grows out of. Most of the rest of the video is just Chris Hunter, Matt Clemmons, Jeremy Brashears and Michael Dale playing their respective instruments​, while Gordon Cabaniss does what barely counts as dancing as vines engulf the inside and outside of the house. Towards the end of the video, things start to get interesting again, as a giant beanstalk grows beneath the house, causing it to shake violently as it is raised up into the air. The final shot of the video is of the house high up above the clouds against a sunset backdrop. Also, some parts of the beginning instrumental are cut out in the video.
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Anonymous user #3

6 months ago
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Also, I'm the same guy who found it to begin with (I'm using a different device), so I guess you could call me the artist formerly known as anonymous user 2.
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Ryanskii

6 months ago
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i didn't give up

i just didn't care
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Anonymous user #3

6 months ago
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Oh. Could you at least let someone know who does care?
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Ryanskii

6 months ago
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there happy
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Dtlux1

6 months ago
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Ok, I'm downloading it now, and I'm going to edit the single music video into a single video and upload it to YouTube.
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Dtlux1

6 months ago
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I updated the page to include the video I uploaded to YouTube. This is now found and readily available for anyone who wanted to watch it.
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Beautiful Duwang

6 months ago
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I downloaded the video from Gettube, here is the download link for it: https://mega...Iv-KsGvluP_g

To the Anonymous user that found the clip, thank you for finding it.
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Anonymous user #3

6 months ago
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You're welcome
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Markiegee50X

5 months ago
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i'll watch it after watching a movie
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Anonymous user #4

4 months ago
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A version with hq audio is on dailymotion. It's the same video footage, just with a custom made hq audio track
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SADLAD84

4 months ago
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Now I have an account, just to set things straight, I was the person that found this
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