Music videos directed by Gregory Dark

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  1. From The Bottom Of My Broken Heart

    From The Bottom Of My Broken Heart (1999)


    "From the Bottom of My Broken Heart" is a song recorded by American singer Britney Spears for her debut studio album, ...Baby One More Time (1999). It was released on December 15, 1999, by Jive Records as the fifth and final single from the album. After Spears recorded an unused song from Toni Braxton and sent it through Larry Rudolph to several labels, executives from Jive Records commented that it was very rare to hear someone so young who can deliver emotional content and commercial appeal, appointing the singer to work with producer Eric Foster White. The teen pop ballad was written and produced by White, and features Spears singing about the loss of a first love and how breaking up can be hard.

  2. One Step Closer

    One Step Closer (2000)


    "One Step Closer" is a song by the American rock band Linkin Park. It was released as the first single and second track of their debut album, Hybrid Theory. This song is also featured in the music video game Rock Band 2.

  3. Rosa Parks

    Rosa Parks (1998)


    "Rosa Parks" is a song by the hip hop group OutKast. It was released as the first single from their 1998 album Aquemini, and was that album's most successful single. The song's title comes from the civil rights activist Rosa Parks.

  4. Pushin' Weight

    Pushin' Weight (1998)


    "Pushin' Weight" is a single by Ice Cube from his album War & Peace Vol. 1 (The War Disc). It features Mr. Short Khop. A music video was released and directed by Gregory Dark. "Pushin' Weight" charted at top of the U.S. Rap charting, twelve at U.S. R&B and twenty-six at Billboard.

  5. Voices

    Voices (2000)


    "Voices" is a song by American heavy metal band Disturbed. The song was released in November 2000 as the third single from their debut album, The Sickness. The song charted at number 16 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks and number 18 on the Modern Rock Tracks. The song has been announced for sale on the Rock Band music store.

  6. Can't Help Falling In Love

    Can't Help Falling In Love (1973)


    "Can't Help Falling in Love" is a pop song originally recorded by American singer Elvis Presley and published by Gladys Music, Elvis Presley's publishing company. It was written by Hugo Peretti, Luigi Creatore, and George David Weiss. The melody was based on "Plaisir d'Amour" but with a different time signature. It was featured in Elvis Presley's 1961 film, Blue Hawaii. During the following four decades, it went on to be covered by numerous artists, like the British reggae group UB40, whose 1993 version topped the U.S. and UK charts, and Swedish pop group A-Teens.

  7. What U See is What U Get

    What U See is What U Get (1998)


    "What U See Is What U Get" is the first single from Xzibit's second album, 40 Dayz & 40 Nightz. In its first week the song reached #50 on the Billboard Hot 100. It remains Xzibit's highest charting single as it peaked at #3 on Hot Rap Singles. This song was considered to be his biggest hit by fans, until Xzibit outperformed himself two years later with the release of "X". The song was featured in a mash-up on the Loud Rocks Album ft. Sevendust. What U See Is What U Get is initially released to positive reviews and is considered as one of the best hip-hop songs of not only of 1998, but also in the 1990s era and of all time.

  8. Girl On TV

    Girl On TV


    "Girl On TV" is the title of a song written and recorded by the pop group LFO. It was released in November 1999, from their album LFO. The song was also their second single and peaked at #10 in the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 on November 30 (after reaching the Top 40 on November 16) and #6 in the UK, where it was their biggest hit. "Girl on TV" was certified Gold by RIAA in 2000 for the shipment of over 500,000 copies in the US.

  9. Walk Me Home

    Walk Me Home (1999)


    "Walk Me Home" is a pop song by singer Mandy Moore from her debut album, So Real, and released as a single in 1999. The song was re-released in 2000 and featured in the film "Center Stage". The song was also featured on the soundtrack to Disney Channel's most popular comedy at the time Lizzie McGuire.

  10. So Real

    So Real (1999)


    "So Real" is a song by Mandy Moore, which was released as her second Australian single, following "Candy". It is her second international single and her third and final single to be released overall. In the United States, "Walk Me Home" followed "Candy" as the second single. A video, directed by Gregory Dark, was also released for the single, but was not released in the United States. The single was recorded in French and released very scarcely in France. In addition, "So Real" was released to radio stations in Japan as well.

  11. Sinner



    "Sinner" is the third single by nu metal band Drowning Pool off their debut album Sinner. It serves as the first track on the aforementioned album and as well as its final single in 2002. With its fast paced, catchy guitar riffs, the song became a success on radio and is one of the group's best known songs. Though not as big of a hit as "Bodies," "Sinner" became a successful single and live concert staple.

  12. The Way You Like It

    The Way You Like It


    "The Way You Like It" is the second single from Adema's self-titled debut album, Adema.

  13. Zoot Suit Riot

    Zoot Suit Riot


    "Zoot Suit Riot" is a song by the American ska-swing band the Cherry Poppin' Daddies, written by vocalist and frontman Steve Perry for the band's 1997 compilation album of the same name on Mojo Records.

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