Down the street a bit from where we lived, in Canyon Country, were the "Power Lines" - as we called the area.
The music in the car that was playing was 'Idioteque' by: Radiohead. I did a bunch of editing and the song got chopped up, so I dubbed it over. That's what Fraggle is singing into the camera at the end.
This is a really old home movie that happens to have a background sound that belongs to the band Sublime. The sound title and the album title are fully credited at the end of the video. For the sake of preserving this video in its artistic state, I hope that it doesn't pose any problems.
For all video watchers out there who are entertained by this sound clip, please purchase the album (Sublime: Robin' the Hood) for the full sound experience.
Video footage is the original work of a 20 year old (age at the time) inhabitant of an apartment in Santa Clarita, CA called "The Alabama House" that made underground history among a growing group of independent artists in Southern California and beyond. They call themselves, "The Alabama House Folks".
This is a clip from the VHS tape that is played at yearly reunions. The purpose of this video is not to gain popularity or views, but simply a means of quick access to former members of the apartment and those who were lucky enough to have experienced this time with them (c. Sept 2000-Apr 2001). For memories.