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Corporate Ghost: The Videos: 1990–2002

Corporate Ghost is a DVD Sonic Youth released with the help of DGC in 2004. It is a collection of their music videos from 1990-2002.

Contents

  • The videos 1
    • Dirty Boots 1.1
    • Tunic (Song for Karen) 1.2
    • Mary-Christ 1.3
    • Kool Thing 1.4
    • Mote 1.5
    • My Friend Goo 1.6
    • Disappearer 1.7
    • Mildred Pierce 1.8
    • Cinderella's Big Score 1.9
    • Scooter & Jinx 1.10
    • Titanium Expose 1.11
    • 100% 1.12
    • Sugar Kane 1.13
    • Youth Against Fascism 1.14
    • Bull in the Heather 1.15
    • Superstar 1.16
    • Little Trouble Girl 1.17
    • The Diamond Sea 1.18
    • Sunday 1.19
    • Hoarfrost 1.20
    • Nevermind (What Was It Anyway) 1.21
    • The Empty Page 1.22
    • Disconnection Notice 1.23
  • Bonus videos 2
    • Drunken Butterfly 2.1
    • Swimsuit Issue 2.2
    • Disappearer (Director's Cut) 2.3
    • Thurston Moore - Ono Soul 2.4
  • Bonus material 3
    • Interviews 3.1
    • Video commentaries 3.2
    • Other 3.3

The videos

Dirty Boots

Tunic (Song for Karen)

Mary-Christ

Kool Thing

Mote

My Friend Goo

Disappearer

Mildred Pierce

Cinderella's Big Score

Scooter & Jinx

Titanium Expose

100%

Sugar Kane

Youth Against Fascism

Bull in the Heather

Superstar

Little Trouble Girl

The Diamond Sea

Sunday

Hoarfrost

Nevermind (What Was It Anyway)

The Empty Page

Disconnection Notice

Bonus videos

Drunken Butterfly

  • From the album Dirty
  • Directed by Stephen Hellweg (MTV's 120 Minutes / Sonic Youth Homemade Video Contest Winner)

Swimsuit Issue

  • From the album Dirty
  • Directed by Morty (MTV's 120 Minutes / Sonic Youth Homemade Video Contest Runner-up)

Disappearer (Director's Cut)

Thurston Moore - Ono Soul

Bonus material

Interviews

  • Lance Bangs
  • Tamra Davis
  • Kathleen Hannah
  • Todd Haynes
  • Richard Kern
  • Jason Lee
  • Dave Markey
  • Mike Watt

Video commentaries

  • Tamra Davis
  • Todd Haynes
  • Richard Kern
  • Dave Markey
  • Phil Morrison
  • Mark Romanek
  • Sonic Youth
  • Tom Surgal
  • Mike Watt

Other

  • Spike Jonze photo memory montage
  • "My Sonic Room": a fan film document by Patty Orsini from 1990.
  • Sonic Youth "Corporate Ghost" sticker
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