Hmmm, after some careful consideration, we have come to the conclusion that the Norwegians are definitely making a very important analytical comment on the standardization of popular music in capitalist society as theorized by Theodor Adorno of the Frankfurt School, when he wrote that the repetition of key elements in the production of pop songs attracts the mainstream, creating a money-making machine blah blah blah and and and and and ...
OK, so the "Kollektivet" television show is making a good point in its "Hit Song" parody, but let's not get that intense about it! Let's just say, we've all fallen victim to the formulaic catchiness of mainstream hits.
So throw your mainstream hands in the air, sing along to the woo-ooo, feel those strong-female-vocalist chills, and get down when they finally drop the beat.
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Whale doing this thing.
Getting all up in some wheat feels pretty good.
This rock's got a hole. So that's something.
Yes, we get it.
Looks like we got ourselves a deer.
Have to throw in your standard Earth shot.
This footprint is pretty nice.
This appears to be some kind of waterfall.
More of this.
And...a boat. Why not.
This woman seems to be pretty into whatever this is.
Look at this f*cking eagle.