Tokio Hotel "Feel It All" (lost uncensored music video; 2016)


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Tokio Hotel "Feel It All" (uncensored music video)
The album containing the song that the music video is based on.
The album containing the song that the music video is based on.
Status Lost

On March 27th, 2015, German band Tokio Hotel released the music video for their song "Feel It All" on their YouTube channel. The video, according to lead singer Bill Kaulitz, was based off of films such as Requiem for a Dream, Kids, and Christiane F. – Wir Kinder vom Bahnhof Zoo.

Kaulitz plays himself as a drug addict in the video, where he is seen using drugs such as heroin and cocaine, engaging in prostitution, and passing out in a nightclub. According to the video's director, Kaulitz actually put needles in his skin to make the video as realistic as possible, but did so safely without actually doing any drugs. There are also scenes of other people engaging in drug use, as well sexual acts, fighting, and there is a scene depicting someone dying of accidental overdose. In the version available on YouTube, the nudity and skin-and-syringe contact were blurred out.

It has been reported by the band and others associated with them that an uncensored version of the video exists with the nudity and syringe use not blurred out. It is unknown if this version has more scenes that were not suitable for YouTube.

While the censored video is available on YouTube, the uncensored video has not been released.

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Mynameismeh

23 days ago
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Link the videos

IT CAN'T BE PARTIALLY LOST IF THERE IS NO EVIDENCE
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Obsessive Cat

23 days ago
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Do you only come here to complain about links?
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Mynameismeh

23 days ago
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I wasn't complaining about links?

I am saying how can it be partially lost if there is no proof to say it is partially lost
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Lonelyhumanoid

23 days ago
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It was mentioned on the band's official website in 2015 that an uncensored version exists. I've seen screenshots of the site but I haven't been able to find it on the Wayback Machine yet.
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