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Download I Miss You [MTV 120 Minutes Recording] - Incubus (2) - Unplugged (Bootleg) (CD)
Label: Not On Label (Incubus) - a149192 • Format: CD Unofficial Release • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Acoustic

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Several live music performances are featured alongside interviews with artists and bands that were influential throughout the year. For many years from the s to the s, the channel upheld a tradition of having a band perform a cover song at midnight immediately following the beginning of the new year. Throughout its history, MTV has covered global benefit concert series live.

MTV drew heavy criticism for its coverage of Live 8. The network cut to commercials, VJ commentary, or other performances during performances. The phone number remained in use for video requests until Jackson moved back to Los Angeles and returned to radio, while Nina Blackwood moved on to pursue new roles in television.

Also in , the channel introduced Minutes , a show that featured low-rotation, alternative rock and other "underground" videos for the next 14 years on MTV and three additional years on sister channel MTV2. The program then became known as Subterranean on MTV2. Eight years later, on July 31, , Minutes was resurrected with Matt Pinfield taking over hosting duties once again and airing monthly on MTV2.

Another late night music video show was added in , Headbangers Ball , which featured heavy metal music and news. Before its abrupt cancellation in , it featured several hosts including Riki Rachtman and Adam Curry. A weekly block of music videos with the name Headbangers Ball aired from to on sister channel MTV2, before spending an additional two years as a web-only series on MTV2's website, until Headbangers Ball was discontinued once again in Mark Goodman and Alan Hunter departed the network in In , MTV debuted Yo!

The program continued until August ; it was renamed to simply Yo! The concept was reintroduced as Direct Effect in , which became Sucker Free in and was cancelled in , after briefly celebrating the 20th anniversary of Yo! In , MTV began to premiere music-based specials such as MTV Unplugged , an acoustic performance show, which has featured dozens of acts as its guests and has remained active in numerous iterations on various platforms for over 20 years.

The show was reformatted into the better known MTV Jams the following year, which incorporated mainstream hip-hop into the playlist.

Bill Bellamy became the new and ongoing host. Before , MTV featured almost exclusively music videos, but as time passed, they introduced a variety of other shows, including some that were originally intended for other channels. Despite these programs not being music video-based, all three shows were still largely based around the world of music.

These new shows were just the beginning of new genres of shows to make an impact on MTV. As the format of the network continued to evolve, more genres of shows began to appear. Nirvana led a sweeping transition into the rise of alternative rock and grunge music on MTV in , with their video for " Smells Like Teen Spirit ". MTV increased rotation of its weekly alternative music program Minutes and added the daily Alternative Nation to play videos of these and other underground music acts.

Subsequently, grunge and alternative rock had a rise in mainstream cultures, while s-style glam bands and traditional rockers were phased out, with a few exceptions such as Aerosmith and Tom Petty. Older acts such as R. Alternative singers that were more pop-oriented were also added to the rotation with success, such as Alanis Morissette , Jewel , Fiona Apple , and Sarah McLachlan.

In the early-mid s, MTV added gangsta rappers with a less pop-friendly sound to its rotation, such as Tupac Shakur , the Notorious B. Dre , Nas , and Snoop Doggy Dogg. In , Dr Dre's G funk single " Nuthin' but a "G" Thang " became a crossover hit, with its humorous House Party -influenced video becoming an MTV staple despite the network's historic orientation towards rock music. That year, MTV also attempted to introduce neo-swing bands, but they were not met with much success. To accompany the new sounds that were appearing on MTV, a new form of music videos came about: more artistic, experimental, and technically-accomplished than those of the s.

Several noted film directors got their start creating music videos. After pressure from the Music Video Production Association, MTV began listing the names of the videos' directors at the bottom of the credits by December As the PBS series Frontline [67] explored, MTV was a driving force that catapulted music videos to a mainstream audience, turning music videos into an art form as well as a marketing machine that became beneficial to artists.

Danny Goldberg, chairman and CEO of Artemis Records, said the following about the art of music videos: "I know when I worked with Nirvana, Kurt Cobain cared as much about the videos as he did about the records. He wrote the scripts for them, he was in the editing room, and they were part of his art. And I think they stand up as part of his art, and I think that's true of the great artists today. Not every artist is a great artist and not every video is a good video, but in general having it available as a tool, to me, adds to the business.

And I wish there had been music videos in the heyday of the Beatles, and the Rolling Stones. I think they would've added to their creative contribution, not subtracted from it. The first round of these shows came with game shows such as Singled Out , reality-based comedy shows such as Buzzkill , and late-night talk shows such as The Jon Stewart Show and Loveline. In a continuing bid to become a more diverse network focusing on youth and culture as well as music, MTV added animated shows to its lineup in the early s.

In addition to airing original shows created specifically for MTV, the channel also occasionally aired episodes of original cartoon series produced by sister channel Nickelodeon Nicktoons in the early s. Although the channel has gone on to debut many other animated shows, few of MTV's other cartoon series have been renewed for additional seasons, regardless of their reception. MTV has a long history of airing both comedy and drama programs with scripted or improvised premises.

Airplay of rock, electronica, and alternative acts was reduced. In contrast to the previous gangsta rap era, this era of hip hop had a more polished sound and materialist subject matter.

Beginning in late , MTV progressively reduced its airing of rock music videos, leading to the slogan among skeptics, "Rock is dead. All rock-centric shows were eliminated and the rock-related categories of the Video Music Awards were pared down to one. From this time until , MTV made some periodic efforts to reintroduce pop rock music videos to the channel. Pop punk band Blink received regular airtime on MTV at this time, due in large part to their " All the Small Things " video that made fun of the boy bands that MTV was airing at the time.

Meanwhile, some rock bands that were not receiving MTV support, such as Korn and Creed , continued to sell albums. A band promoted by Korn, Limp Bizkit , received airtime for their cover of George Michael 's " Faith ", which became a hit. In the fall of , MTV announced a special Return of the Rock weekend, [70] in which new rock acts received airtime, after which a compilation album was released.

MTV also launched subscription channel MTVX to play rock music videos exclusively, an experiment that lasted until The original host was Carson Daly. From to , MTV also aired several other music video programs from its studios. These programs included Say What? Karaoke , a game show hosted by Dave Holmes. Around through , as MTV aired fewer music videos throughout the day, it regularly aired compilation specials from its then year history to look back on its roots. An all-encompassing special, MTV Uncensored , premiered in and was later released as a book.

MTV celebrated its 20th anniversary on August 1, , beginning with a hour long retrospective called MTV Buggles to Bizkit , which featured over classic videos played chronologically, hosted by various VJs in reproductions of MTV's old studios.

Various other related MTV20 specials aired in the months surrounding the event. Janet Jackson became the inaugural honoree of the " MTV Icon " award, "an annual recognition of artists who have made significant contributions to music, music video and pop culture while tremendously impacting the MTV generation. Five years later, on August 1, , MTV celebrated its 25th anniversary. On their website, MTV. The introduction of the first five VJs was also shown.

Additionally, MTV. Although MTV reached its 30th year of broadcasting in , the channel itself passed over this milestone in favor of its current programming schedule.

Nathaniel Brown, senior vice president of communications for MTV, confirmed that there were no plans for an on-air MTV celebration similar to the channel's 20th anniversary. Brown explained, "MTV as a brand doesn't age with our viewers.

We are really focused on our current viewers, and our feeling was that our anniversary wasn't something that would be meaningful to them, many of whom weren't even alive in From to , MTV played It's required us to reinvent ourselves to a contemporary audience. The rise of social media and websites like YouTube as a convenient outlet for the promotion and viewing of music videos led to this reduction.

As the decade progressed, MTV continued to play some music videos instead of relegating them exclusively to its sister channels , but nevertheless began to air the videos only in the early morning hours or in a condensed form on Total Request Live.

Additionally, the historic Kabel typeface, which MTV displayed at the beginning and end of all music videos since , was phased out in favor of larger text and less information about the video's record label and director. The classic font can still be seen in "prechyroned" versions of old videos on sister network MTV Classic , which had their title information recorded onto the same tape as the video itself.

Some of the reality shows on the network also followed the lives of musicians. The show went on to become one of the network's biggest-ever successes and was also recognized for the Osbourne family members' heavy use of profanity, which MTV censored for broadcast.

In , MTV added Punk'd , a project by Ashton Kutcher to play pranks on various celebrities, and in they added Pimp My Ride , a show about adding aesthetic and functional modifications to cars and other vehicles.

Another show was Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica , a reality series that followed the lives of pop singers Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey , a music celebrity couple. It began in and ran for four seasons, ending in early ; the couple later divorced. The success of Newlyweds was followed in June by The Ashlee Simpson Show , which documented the beginnings of the music career of Ashlee Simpson , Jessica Simpson's younger sister. MTV continued to air both comedy and drama programs with scripted or improvised premises at this time.

Examples from the late s and early-mid s include sketch-based comedies such as The Lyricist Lounge Show and Doggy Fizzle Televizzle , as well as soap operas such as Undressed and Spyder Games. Prior to its finale in , MTV's main source of music videos was Total Request Live , airing four times per week, featuring short clips of music videos along with VJs and guests. MTV was experimenting at the time with new ideas for music programs to replace the purpose of TRL but with a new format.

With the exception of a holiday themed episode in December and an unrelated Spring Break special in March with the same title, FNMTV Premieres never returned to the channel's regular program schedule, leaving MTV without any music video programs hosted by VJs for the first time in its history.

It also featured music news updates, interviews, and performances. During the rest of the day, MTV used to play excerpts from music videos in split screen format during the closing credits of most programs, along with the address of a website to encourage the viewer to watch the full video online. In late , MTV shifted its focus back to Real World -style reality programming with the premiere of Jersey Shore , a program that brought high ratings to the channel and also caused controversy due to some of its content.

With backlash towards what some consider too much superficial content on the network, a New York Times article also stated the intention of MTV to shift its focus towards more socially conscious media, which the article labels "MTV for the Obama era. The channel also aired a new show around this time titled 16 and Pregnant , which documented the lives of teenagers expecting babies.

This had a follow-up show after the first season titled Teen Mom , which follows some of the teens through the first stages with their newborns. MTV found further success with The Buried Life , a program about four friends traveling across the country to check off a list of " things to do before I die" and helping others along the way.

Another recent reality program is MTV's Hired , which follows the employment interviewing process; candidates meet with career coach Ryan Kahn from Dream Careers and at the end of each episode one candidate lands the job of their dreams.

MTV launched 10 on Top in May with little promotion throughout its run, a weekly program airing on Saturdays and hosted by Lenay Dunn , that counted down the top 10 most trending and talked about topics of the week generally focused on entertainment. Dunn also appeared in segments between MTV's shows throughout the day as a recognizable personality and face of the channel in the absence of traditional VJs aside from its MTV News correspondents.

As with the original version of the series that ran from to , the modern-day Beavis and Butt-head featured segments in which its main characters watch and satirize music videos, as well as the newer addition of reality TV shows such as Jersey Shore.

The show had no host, but most editorial content was pushed online by the show's Tumblr and other social media outlets like Facebook and Twitter. The show featured hosted commentary on the headlines in hip hop culture, providing opinions on new music, granting insider access to major events, and including artist interviews.

The show was supposed to return in Fall , but was moved to MTV2 instead, where it was rebranded and merged with Sucker Free Countdown. The new show debuted as The Week in Jams on October 28, The host of the program, Alexa Chung , was described as a "younger, more Web 2. Shortly after Michael Jackson died on June 25, , the channel aired several hours of Jackson's music videos, accompanied by live news specials featuring reactions from MTV personalities and other celebrities.

The channel tried its hand again at live programming with the premiere of a half-hour program called The Seven in September Shortly after its debut, the show was slightly retooled as it dropped co-host Julie Alexandria but kept fellow co-host Kevin Manno ; the Saturday recap show was eliminated as well.

The Seven was cancelled on June 13, The short program, produced by MTV News , debuted in early and continues to air typically once every couple of weeks on any given weekday. ET, led by one of MTV News' correspondents who will conduct a live interview with a featured artist or actor who has come to MTV to premiere a music video or movie trailer. In the absence of daily live programs such as TRL , It's On with Alexa Chung , and The Seven to facilitate such segments, the channel now uses MTV First as its newest approach to present music video premieres and bring viewers from its main television channel to its website for real-time interaction with artists and celebrities.

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9 Replies to “ I Miss You [MTV 120 Minutes Recording] - Incubus (2) - Unplugged (Bootleg) (CD) ”

  1. Incubus made dreams come true with their INCUBUS HQ performing from the archives and bringing old memories back to the present! it was an honor for me to att.
  2. I have looked everywhere for a real official music video for the I Miss You song by Incubus After not finding one I put one together for the band ENJOY.
  3. Tracks Recorded unplugged at "MTV Minutes" Tracks Recorded live in Denver on Jan. 29th Track 05 'No Scrubs' is a cover of TLC.
  4. Incubus (2) – Unplugged Sessions. Label: Not On Label (Incubus (2)) – none. Format: Vinyl, LP, Unofficial Release. Country: Japan. Released: Genre: Rock. Style: Tracklist. A1: Drive: A2: I Miss You: A3: Make Your Self: A4: Anti Gravity Love Song: B5: Out From Under: B6: Deep Inside: Ad. Notes. Tracks side a and track 1 and 2.
  5. The Incubus bootleg "Unplugged". Tracklist: 1. Intro 2. Make Yourself 3. Drive 4. No Scrubs 5. Clean 6. Consequence 7. Steller 8. Certain Shade of Green 9. Pardon Me I Miss You
  6. referencing Unplugged (Bootleg), CD, Unofficial, a Incubus - Unplugged - MTV Unplugged 11/7/01 (ten tracks) plus KROQ 12/17/00 (six) and Leno 3/30/0 (one) and ESPN Awards 4/7/01(one) - excellent soundboards () - Made Ourselves Records IMORCD.

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