28 September 2007 at 07:33 posted by Bart Van Belle 9 Comments

Universal Music has opened a clipzone at Garagetv (a Belgian Youtube) and look what I've found: a video by a band called dEUS for a song called Nothing Really Ends. I haven't seen it before (it's even not on the official site)

9 Responses so far.

  1. Isn't it on the dEUS "No More Video" DVD? I know I've seen it before for sure.

  2. Jyves says:

    It was indeed on the DVD... The dolphin footage is awfully silly.

  3. That's just the official video for Nothing Really Ends, featured on the dvd, and aired many times on belgian television ...

  4. Anonymous says:

    sorry om het te zeggen, maar als je als echte dEUS-fan die nu pas ontdekt dan ben je niet echt een dEUS-fan, ik ben 16 en ik ken het clipje al 2 jaar...

  5. Bart says:

    excuse me,

    - i don't have the dvd (it didn't have a dvdplayer at the time of the release
    - i didn't have a tv as well at that time
    - i didn't see it on deus.be of or the myspace

    so: this video being on the web is something special according to me

    and well, you may call me not a real deus-fan, but not if you were only 3 years old when I was already following them

    (and no, i don't want to get into a who's real discussions)

    just thought you guys could have a little bit more respect for the things i'm doing here.

  6. Anonymous says:

    i'm sorry if i was being rude, really

  7. Kat (britzelbeere from isr) says:

    Bart, don't worry, you've done the most amazing job with this blog ever since you've started this whole thing. Kat

  8. Anonymous says:

    Well sure, most of us have seen this clip before. Big deal!

    Bart has brought many news to dEUS fans all over the world with this blog. So keep it up!



  9. Anonymous says:

    Een stuk van de Nothing Really Ends video kun je terugvinden op de DVD "Anyway The Wind Blows". Je moet dan wel de versie kopen met twee DVD's: enerzijds de film zelf, anderzijds de Extra's met o.a. "Rewind: on the set" maar ook "A Portrait of Tom Barman", uit de Canvas-reeks "Dit is Belgisch". Zeer interessant met interviews, stukjes van zijn tournee met Guy Van Nueten, ... Greets en bedankt. Schitterend werk! Wouter