In Eytan and The Embassy’s "Everything Changes" music video, lead singer Eytan Oren makes 18 costume changes. The video was done in a single take, with no edits. The core theme of the song is that people shouldn't "find themselves" but should "create themselves."
It took the band and crew a full day of rehearsal and 30 takes the next day to successfully capture the final video. Download the song for free here.
Otra Movida host Cristina Pedroche placed 19 CDs back in ther original cases in one minute, 8.12 seconds. She placed back the 19 first volumes of the "Otra Movida" music collection by DjValdi.
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Pim Zond played music on a mandolin that measures 2 inches in diameter.
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