These aren’t Pink Floyd’s bricks

Lego Rock Band is pretty much what it says on the tin. That’s just a jumping off point, though – isn’t there so much more that can be done with bricks?

Official White Stripes Lego video:

A short making of the video with director Michel Gondry:

A trailer for a fan-made video for the Beastie Boys’ Sabotage:

A second trailer for the video:

Epic Michael Jackson Beat It video recreation:

This wouldn’t be complete without the following:

And of course, the classic:

Some miscellaneous Lego-related items: album covers realized in brick (with uneven but sometimes quite good results). More covers (some duplicates). Ok, it turns out the album covers . . . well, it’s a thing.

A Lego musical instrument. An apparently barely-playable Lego guitar. A Lego synth. A Lego sequencer. A martillofono (whatever that might be) complete with Lego audience. A 100,000-brick Lego harpsichord (playable, of course).

Lastly, a palate-cleansing Lego Rube Goldberg machine.

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2 Responses to These aren’t Pink Floyd’s bricks

  1. Trevor Blake says:

    Legowelt – Disco Rout

  2. Jack Winslow says:

    And now the post is complete. That is a gorgeous video.

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