Fatboy Slim's "Right Here, Right Now" Is Our Music Video of the Day
Talk about an oldie-but-goodie, this video was made 350 billion years ago. (Kidding, of course.) "Right Here, Right Now" was actually made in 1999 by the British company Hammer & Tongs (Garth Jennings and Nick Goldsmith) for Fatboy Slim (nee Norman Cook). Beginning "350 billion years ago," it depicts the evolution of man in three and a half minutes: single cell organism, worm, fish, fish with legs... you get the idea. The transition from Geico-man to hairy hipster is spot-on, as is the "So why try harder?" ironic tee-shirt. We really have come a long way (baby).