Ace Of Base - All That She Wants (Official Music Video) [NEW]
A music video directed by Swedish director Matt Broadley was produced in November 1992 to promote the single. Danish actress and singer-songwriter Christiane Bjørg Nielsen [da] appears in the video as the title character. The video was filmed in Nielsen's apartment in Copenhagen in one day, on a budget of $2000.
Ace of Base - All That She Wants (Official Music Video)
Jenny Berggren: [singing] All that she wants is another baby, she's gone tomorrow, boy, all that she wants is another baby, yeah, all that she wants is another baby, she's gone tomorrow, boy, all that she wants is another baby, yeah.
The music video was shot in November 1992 and directed by Swedish director Matt Broadley. It had an extremely low budget and was filmed in one day in Copenhagen in only two takes. The music video features Ace of Base performing in a small apartment, showing shots of a women putting makeup on and getting read to head out. The unnamed woman heads out to a bar, meets a man and takes him home with her. The music video was uploaded to the official Ace of Base YouTube channel in October 2010, and has over 58 million views as of January 2019.
The 1990s were important to me. I was seven years old as they began and seventeen as they ended, giving way to a new century, a new millennium, and many new challenges regarding the production and distribution of music. Being born in the 80s, I have an affinity for a great deal of 80s pop culture, but the 90s were when I came of age and began to really absorb what was around me. A lot of folks of my generation find themselves overly attached to 90s pop culture, and sometimes I count myself among them. The 90s were sort of a wild west of music and television, before federal legislation and corporate mergers made some the strange and wonderful things that informed my adolescence harder to access. I also know that 90s nostalgia seems to be running full swing right now -- just as 80s nostalgia ran deep in the mid 00s and 70s nostalgia ran deep in the 90s. It's all cyclical.
Of course, this comedy touches upon some great fears. It is a scary thought to be unknowingly manipulated, and difficult acknowledging that we have little control over the stimuli which affect us day-to-day. Because we do not have good explanations for how music affects us, but it is obvious that it does, it may as well be able to recruit us to the Navy without our conscious awareness, just as it may be able to compel us into a suicide pact. And in the Ace of Base article, it may be able to make us become Nazis and vote for Donald Trump.
All That She Wants: The Classic Collection is a new Ace Of Base box set that features 11 CDs with all four albums and an unfeasibly large amount of bonus material, as well as a DVD with promo videos.The albums in question are Happy Nation (1993), The Bridge (1995), Flowers (1998) and Da Capo (2002). In this set, the first two are expanded to two-CDs, while Flowers is a three-CD set, and Da Capa is a single disc with nine bonus tracks appended. The extra material includes classic and previously unreleased remixes from such big name remixes such as David Morales, Todd Terry, Junior Vasquez, and Frankie Knuckles. 041b061a72