videography

 
These are the videos I've seen or heard of, with the release date, a short descripition,  some pics
and links where you can see or download the videos. There are also links to some web sites
about the video directors. At the end you will find the videos Tricky did with Massive Attack
and some others that he appeared in (Soul II Soul, Public Enemy and more).

 
 
 Tricky videos 

 
 
    Aftermath (18.1.1994)
 director: Mike Lipscombe
 
 
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This video is - like all of Tricky's early videos - directed by Mike Lipscombe. You can see Martina and Tricky in an empty old house, singing the lyrics. The light is moving so that the faces are sometimes in darkness and sometimes in light. Then there are some little fires, and sometimes you can see an old woman with an aquarium in her lap. Very strange atmosphere.
   
    video links You Tube
Viva
Universal
MyVideo
   
    director links Mike Lipscombe videography    
 

 
 
 
 
    Ponderosa (18.3.1994)
  director: Mike Lipscombe
 
 
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The Ponderosa video is almost the sequel to Aftermath, it looks very similar, maybe even shot in the same location, and Tricky and Martina wear the same clothes. You can see Tricky and Martina in an elevator, mouthing the lyrics. As in Aftermath there is strange light and sometimes fire. But there are also some religious figures and signs, like burning crosses in the background.
   
     video links Viva
MTV
Artist Direct
Universal
Video Detective
   
     director links Mike Lipscombe videography    
 

 
 
 
 
    Overcome (11.1.1995)
  director: Mike Lipscombe
 
 
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This video was shot in the English town Cambersands, again by Mike Lipscombe. It takes place on the beach and has a bit of a science fiction touch. There are old fashioned dressed people walking at the beach, when suddenly helicoptors appear. They tear something out of the water, a metal ring with a bowl in the middle (see pic). Also Tricky and Martina are there, but just rarely to see.

Read the Melody Maker article about the Overcome video shot in Cambersands

   
    video links Metacafe    
    director links Mike Lipscombe videography    
 

 
 
 
 
    Black Steel (18.3.1995)
  director: Mike Lipscombe & Pinko
 
 
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Almost throughout the whole video you can see Martina singing the lyrics, while other people or animals appear in the background. Sometimes parts of the lyrics are written on the screen, too. Inbetween you can see a band playing (only a drummer and guitar player), they look kind of aggressive. Just for the "switch on, switch off" part Tricky is there, holding his hands towards the camera. 
   
     video links Viva
MTV
Universal
MyVideo
   
     director links Mike Lipscombe videography
Pinko videography
   
 

 
 
 
 
    Hell is round the corner (8.7.1995)
   director: Stephane Sednaoui
   producer: Line Potmyr
 
 
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The whole video is dominated by the colour red, the background is red and also Tricky's shirt or dress. The camera is moving around Tricky who is singing his part. When he's finished, he shakes his head and morphs into Martina (see pic). They both look kind of puzzled and wear a strange make-up. This goes on and on until in the end Tricky moves backwards to a door and melts with the red background.
   
    video links Viva
MTV
Universal
   
    director links official Stephane Sednaoui web site
Stephane Sednaoui videography
Buy the DVD "Work of..."
   
 

 
 
 
 
    Pumpkin (24.10.1995)
  director: Stephane Sednaoui
 
 
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As the Hell is round the corner video is dominated by the color red, here it is blue. You can see Alison Goldfrapp or Tricky - depending who is singing at the moment - in a lonely street. The light is blue and a little red light (like a laser) is moving from one to the other, pointing on their faces as they sing. As the video goes on, some other persons appear from both sides of the streets, who move towards them. They have flash lights and though they don't do much, you get the impression that they are not really friendly, the whole atmosphere gets a bit uncomfortable.
   
    video links Viva
MTV
Universal
MyVideo
   
    director links official Stephane Sednaoui web site
Stephane Sednaoui videography
Buy the DVD "Work of..."
You Tube: interview with Stephane and Tricky
   
 

 
 
 
 
    Here come the aliens (February 1996)
  director: Stephane Sednaoui
 
 
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This video was made more than a year before the song appeared on the Makes Me Wanna Die single and the music is a bit different. I have never seen this video, but this is a descripition that was sent to me by Ferdinand (thanks a lot): 
"Black and white pictures; we see Tricky and Martina one time, Afrika Izlam the other time. Sometimes very clear pictures, they're sitting in a metro driving through the tunnels, Martina standing a bit behind Tricky. Sometimes the pictures are completely blurred.  The camera fades in and out on them. Sometimes they say some lyrics sometimes not. Sometimes we just see the picture through the window of the metro... grafitti passing, lights, slower... faster... slower again. just like the images of the artists ... sometimes speeded up, sometimes slow motion..."
Here you can read a description of this video in Italian (pdf file). 
   
    video links ---    
    director links Clipland info about the video
Popzooz: info about the video
official Stephane Sednaoui web site
Stephane Sednaoui videography
Buy the DVD "Work of..."
   
 

 
 
 
 
    Poems (26.3.1996)
  director: Pinko / Tricky
 
 
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There are different elements or little stories in the video: At the beginning there's Tricky with a boxing glove, in front of his mouth is a little camera or screen showing his mouth singing the lyrics. Then there are two kids (black and white) punching each other with boxing gloves, later Terry Hall and Tricky with the same gloves instead of the kids. In one scene Tricky, Martina and Terry are walking on a road (with parts of the lyrics on street signs or advertisements in the background), later they get into a car (with the word "bullet" on the front sign). In another scene they all hold signs saying "I'm Terry, I'm miserable" (Terry Hall),  "Martina, I'm a weary lone parent" (Martina) and "I'm Tricky, unusually sensitive and paranoid" (see pic). 
   
    video links You Tube
Vimeo
   
    director links Pinko videography    
 

 
 
 
 
    Christiansands (22.10.1996)
  director: Shawn Mortensen
 
 
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Tricky and Martina are in a room that could be a doctor's waiting room, Martina is reading in a magazine. Tricky wears a black suit and is walking in the room, later he's even climbing the walls. At the end of the video there are three disco divas singing in this room, all dressed in the same long dresses that are connected with each other. There were some rumours once that Tricky himself is the singing lady in the middle who hides her face a lot between her hands, but there's no real prove for that.
   
    video links Viva
MTV
Universal
MyVideo
   
    director links Shawn Mortensen videography    
 

 
 
 
 
    Tricky Kid (December 1996)
  director: Arthur Jafa
 
 
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This video was shot in Berlin, before and after the Tricky concert there (December 4th '96). You can see Tricky and a woman walking in the streets (the area is called Schoeneberg, near the club Metropol where the gig was taking place), it looks like Tricky is following her. Later they are in a subway. Sometimes you can see closeups of Tricky on a roof, he has some strange makeup in his face... Then there are some scenes where Tricky is tied up in some metal chains inside a building and a lot of flashlights hit him. Some scenes are in black and white, they were taken in the club directly after the concert, with the audience walking behind Tricky. I was there, but unfortunately you can't see me. I guess the video should show the life of being a "superstar", with the real fans playing the fans...
   
    video links MyVideo
Vimeo
   
    director links Afrofuturism
Arthur Jafa videography
   
 

 
 
 
 
    Makes me wanna die (13.4.1997)
  director: Floria Sigismondi 
 
 
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This video is really brilliant, kind of surreal. You can see Martina in a bathtub, Tricky at some other place. Then suddenly there are lizards and snakes on Martina's head and body. All the scenes have a very soft and golden light and have the typical Sigismondi effect: Tricky's moves are speeded up and then slowed down, so that they look very strange and not really human. At the end Tricky's face is close to Martina's and a long lizard tongue comes out of his mouth, reaching for her face.
   
    video links Floria Sigismondi page
Vimeo
Artist Direct
   
    director links official Floria Sigismondi page
Floria Sigismondi videography
   
 

 
 
 
 
    Money Greedy (1998)
  director: Theodore Witcher
 
 
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Tricky said in interviews that Broken Homes and Money Greedy have a close connection, and also the videos for the two songs are connected somehow. In the Money Greedy video we can see Tricky and a bunch of other people, they're in an elevator most of the time (see pic). They're dressed as if they want to make a robbery or something like that, wearing black masks sometimes. Inbetween you can see streets in NY and one particular car driving, sometimes with visual effects that duplicate the car. Later you can see Tricky in a cab, he's obviously hurt, holding his hands to his stomach. Then we see Martina walking on the street, afterwards putting a kind of oxygen mask on Tricky's face. But in the end it turns out to be a bad dream, since Tricky's waking up in bed.
   
    video links Viva
MTV
Artist Direct
Universal
Video Detective
   
    director links Theodore Witcher videography    
 

 
 
 
 
    Broken Homes (May 1998)
  director: Theodore Witcher
 
 
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The video for Broken Homes starts where Money Greedy ends, in bed. The woman that was sleeping besides Tricky gets up, he's still asleep. From then on you can see different scenes: PJ Harvey singing in a street, men carrying a coffin, Tricky in a cab again and in front of a church (see pic), later also in the church. As the story of the woman develops further, it gets clear that it is her corpse in the coffin, later we can also see her body in the coffin in the church. She has a quarrel with a fat, old man (her husband?), he hits her, but she rans away. Then she's talking to Tricky, but the older man approaches then and shoots her. At the very end you can see Tricky again in the cab passing the street where PJ Harvey is standing, and their eyes meet as the cab passes.

Check out this audio interview where Tricky talks about this video

   
    video links Artist Direct
Video Detective
Dailymotion
You Tube
   
    director links Theodore Witcher videography    
 

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    For Real (July 1999)
  director: Stephane Sednaoui
 
 
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Tricky is sitting in a dining room or an asian restaurant on a big table. As the camera goes round the table you can see other people at the table, always different people. If I'm not mistaken, there are also one or two members of The Baby Namboos sitting. A lot of these men look like gangsters (and the end of the video suggests that Tricky is one, too). Tricky is mouthing the lyrics, partly to himself, partly to his neighbours as if he is talking to them. Later on he leaves the restaurant and walks in a barber shop. After someone put a towel on his face he is alone in the shop, looking at himself in the mirror, still singing the lyrics. Then the camera moves to the outside of the shop and you can see at first one policemen at the door, ready to get in, then even a LOT more policemen on the street.
   
    video links Viva
MTV
Artist Direct
Universal
Video Detective
   
    director links official Stephane Sednaoui web site
Stephane Sednaoui videography
Buy the DVD "Work of..."
You Tube: interview with Stephane and Tricky
   
 

 
 
 
 
    Hot like a sauna (1999)
  director: ???
 
 
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I've only seen some seconds of this video, because it was never really released and shown on TV. And I couldn't see much because the screen in this video is almost entirely white. When you look closer you can see the schemes of some people moving in a strange way, maybe dancing, maybe making some kind of martial arts moves? This video is a real mystery...
   
    video links ---    
    director links ---    
 

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   Evolution Revolution Love (May 2001)
  director: Jake Scott
 
 
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The video was directed by Jake Scott (son of Ridley Scott) who also made the movie "Plunkett & McLeane" and other videos for Live. It plays in some dark city streets, by night. You can see Tricky, Ed Kowalczyk and Hawkman, walking through the streets singing the lyrics. The interesting thing is that in fact it is only one person with different masks on, tearing down the mask when the singer changes. Like Tricky said in an interview about the song: "It's a song about different people from different planets and how they all feel the same thing. Me and Hawk and me and Ed are very different, but we come from the same experiences. Everyone's alike in some way."
   
    video links You Tube
Dailymotion
   
    director links Jake Scott videography
Internet Movie Database
   
 

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   You Don't Wanna (July 2001)
  director: ???
 
 
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Apparently there are two version of this video, a shorter one and a longer one.
In the shorter version you can see different scenes: a Tricky concert, a woman boxing (the same one that you can see in the pic), a woman mouthing the lyrics of 'You Don't Wanna' (but she doesn't look like Ambersunshower).
The longer version has parts of the 'Unofficial' video in the middle, a song only released on the French 2CD version of 'Blowback' (for the video: see below). Before this song starts you can read "Tricky presents... Phatt Black". In that  middle part you can see scenes from a party or club and Tricky standing still with lots of women, who look like (or some of them are) mannequins used of decorating windows.

Here's a "Behind the scenes" video from the shoot (the scenes you see there are from the 'Unofficial' video): Dailymotion

   
    video links Dailymotion
You Tube
   
    director links ---    
 


 
 
    Unofficial (2003?)
  director: Bas Vink
 
 
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This video was shot on Madonna's club in London. You see people dancing in the club, two rappers rapping and in some short scenes you see Tricky surrounded by women, who look like mannequins for window decorations.
Parts of this video are used in a long version of the "You Don't Wanna" video (see above). 
Here's a "Behind the scenes" video from the shoot: Dailymotion or You Tube
   
    video links You Tube
Picocent
Cine6
   
    director links Bas Vink videography    
 

 
 
 
    Antimatter (May 2003)
  director: Stephane Sednaoui
 
 
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In this video you can see Tricky and the female singer, Costanza Francavilla, in a room that looks almost like a cell. They move as if they feel sick, and their movements are filmed with special effects so that you can see them double.
There is another video for The Antimatter Remix (Jimmy & T Remix) on the bonus DVD of 'Vulnerable' (see below). 
   
    video links ---    
    director links official Stephane Sednaoui web site
Stephane Sednaoui videography
Buy the DVD "Work of..."
   
 


 
 
    Antimatter Jimmy & T. Remix 
  (May 2003)
  director: Stephane Sednaoui ???
 
 
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This is a totally different video than the one for 'Antimatter'. It shows Tricky and Costanza Francavilla recording the song (see pic), and in between other scenes with a couple dancing (first on the streets, later in a room). The woman of the dancing couple is sometimes changing from a "normal" one to a half naked and tattooed one. The video is released on the enhanced CD-Rom version of 'Vulnerable'.
   
    video links You Tube
You Tube
Deadout
   
    director links official Stephane Sednaoui web site
Stephane Sednaoui videography
Buy the DVD "Work of..."
   
 


 
 
    Council Estate (2008)
  director: Valerie Pirson
 
 
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This video was shot in Aulnay sous Bois, a Paris suburb, inside and outside of simple and poor houses. You can see different people, really angry or frustrated about their lives. At one point their faces are blurred with some visual effects. Tricky is also inside a flat, singing the lyrics. At the end all the people, also Tricky and some other guys, are leaving the house, one guy is breakdancing and they all seem happy and in party mode. It ends with Tricky standing alone in front of the house and thinking (see pic).
The director is Valerie Pirson, as you can read here. On Les Inrocks you can read an article and see a "making of" video.
   
    video links MTV
Dailymotion
Clipfish
MyVideo
   
    director links Partizan web site
arte portrait (in German)
   
 


 
 
    Puppy Toy (2008)
  director: Dominic Leung
 
 
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The video was filmed in a bar with unreal lighting. Tricky is dressed up, a guy is plaing the piano and a woman is singing. During the chorus the lighting is changing from red to blue-green and people are dancing.
You can read more about the director and the video here (although the song is called "Puppy Dog" there).
   
    video links Clipfish
Dailymotion
MyVideo
   
    director links official site
Dominic Leung videography
   
 


 
 
    Murder Weapon (2010)
  director: Fleur & Manu
 
 
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The video was filmed in Tricky's boxing club "La Salle" in Paris, where you can see him working out and training with other guys. In between you can see other scenes that tell a kind of gangster story: a woman with a gun, people couting money, two of them are meeting Tricky when he leaves the boxing club, starting a fight (see pic). In the end the woman is shooting with her gun, but you can't see at whom, and Tricky is sitting in a shower. 
   
    video links Guardian
Contact Music
You Tube
Dailymotion
   
    director links ---    
 


 
 
    Ghetto Stars (2010)
  director: Colin O'Toole
 
 
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There is a shorter (3:24) and a longer version (4:55) of this video. In the shorter version you see different scenes showing Tricky and friends as criminals, often surrounded by people admiring him. Later on he meets with Freddie Foreman, who  makes a short statement in the beginning of the longer version. He is a well known British criminal, convicted for murder and robbery. Tricky did an album with Gareth Bowen about British gangsters once ("Product of the encvironment"), Freddie Foreman was one of them (see more here). In his statement he says that young people have better education now than he had and that prison is not "a joy". The video contrasts his life against today's "ghetto stars" who seem to be criminals just to have fun, be cool and not because they are forced to.
Tricky said in an interview once:
I’ve got a friend called Freddie Foreman who is now about 78 years old, and he became a criminal to feed his family and get on. It’s not even like that now – kids do it now just to get a name or a reputation, and that’s because it’s been glamorised, which is kind of sad.
   
    video links Collin O'Toole website (short) (long)
Viva
Clipfish
   
    director links official website
Colin O'Toole videography
   
 


 
 
    Time To Dance (2011)
  director: Pepe Belmonte & Jenny Lindfors
 
 
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This video is directed by Pepe Belmonte (Francesca's brother) and Jenny Lindfors. It is a mix of photos with video parts of Francesca singing, dancing and being at a beach or in car, sometimes in black & white, sometimes in color. The chorus also has caleidoscope-like effects, and often the screen is split in two halfs.
   
    video links You Tube (Official)    
    director links Jenny Lindfors Twitter
Pepe Belmonte official website
Pepe Belmonte MySpace
   
 

 


 
 
    Does It (March 2013)
  director: Tricky
 
 
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The first video that Tricky directed and produced himself! You see scenes of Tricky and the band playing in dark blue light (see pic) mixed with film footage of violent street scenes and war scenes in blurred lights. 
   
    video links You Tube (Official)
Viva
MTV
   
    director links ---    
 


 
 
    Nothing Matters (May 2013)
  director: Garry Wood
 
 
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The video was directed by Garry Wood, as you can read here. You can download it here. It is filmed in black and white and with a sort of fish-eye look. You can see a poor, urban environment, probably in England. From time to time a woman is showing the chorus with sign language in slow motion (see pic).
   
    video links You Tube (Official)
Spellsmusic (download)
   
    director links People per Hour
Garry Wood videography
   
 


 
 
    Hey Love (June 2013)
  director: Scott Farley
 
 
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This video was done by the fans (sorry, like-minded people!), who uploaded photos to Instagram. Tricky and his crew then chose the photos that ended up in the video. There was also a competition to make a second video on Genero.tv, the deadline to send in a video was August 8 and the winner should be announced and honored on November 2 in London. Let's see who will be the winner...
   
    video links You Tube (Official)    
    director links ---    
 


 
 
    Parenthesis (5.9.2013)
  director: Tricky
 
 
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This is the second video that Tricky directed, other credits are: camera by Frank Djouk, Sten Pittet and Jack. The video starts with Tricky going, more creeping, up the stairs, but it doesn't have a real story. You can see Tricky with headphones and a woman, in a yellow-greenish light, often out of focus and blurred. 
   
    video links You Tube (Official)    
    director links IMVDB    
 


 
 
    Is That Your Life (4.11.2013)
  director: Tricky & Len Trusty
 
 
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This is the third video that Tricky directed, together with Len Trusty. The music was reworked by Tony Ra, because Tricky thought the album version wouldn't fit a video.
   
    video links You Tube (Official)
Vimeo
   
    director links IMVDB    
 



    Hey Love (18.12.2013)
  director: Hugo Goudswaard
 
 
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This is the second video for 'Hey Love', the first one was done with Instagram photos (see above). This one is the winner of a competition on Genero.tv, the deadline to send in a video was August 8 and the winner should be announced and honored on November 2 in London. This is what the director Hugo Goudswaard says about the video: ”The song ‘Hey Love’ stimulated my mind and gave me inspiration to build a surreal trip into the darkness. I visualised a woman on a bench in a park undergoing different stages within a relationship. A snail being her counterpart. At the same time it is also a tribute to the dark skin. But people have to decide for themselves how to interpret this video, I just gave them the pieces to build their own story.”
The model's name is Nella Ngingo, as you can read here.
   
    video links Genero website
You Tube (Official)
Behance
   
    director links official
Behance portfolio
Twitter
   
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
  other videos 


 
 
    Massive Attack: Just A Matter Of 
  Time - aka Where's Tricky (1991)
  director: Roger Pomphrey
 
 
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This is rather a short film than a video, directed in the early days of Massive Attack. The story is simple: all the members of Massive Attack (including Shara Nelson) are looking for Tricky and asking themselves where he is. At the end they all meet for a dinner, someone knocks on the door and you can see Tricky for a short time (the only time he appears in the whole film)...
Some web sites list the time of the video 8.02 (see inflightdata), although the versions you can find online are only 6.42 minutes. I think the video was never officially released, except for a compilation VHS with the name "Dance International Video Magazine Vol.5" (see a photo here). One You Tube info says it was shot in Bristol.
   
    video links You Tube (uploaded by Roger Pomphrey!)
Red Lines download    (html)
   
    director links Roger Pomphrey videography
more infos on Roger Pomphrey
   
 

 
 
 
    Massive Attack: Daydreaming (1990)
  director: Baillie Walsh
 
 
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In the start you see a little house or sort of cottage in the country-side. Tricky is sitting at a table, the other members of Massive Attack and Shara Nelson are also sitting or standing in the house. You can also see an old woman laying tarot cards on the table. The whole video is shot in black and white, so it has an almost nostalgic atmosphere.
   
    video links You Tube
Red Lines download  (html)
   
    director links Baillie Walsh videography    
 

 
 
 
 
    Massive Attack: Karmacoma (1995)
  director: Jonathan Glazer
 
 
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This video is almost like a little movie and hard to explain. You can see different scenes in an old fashioned hotel, sometimes in different rooms, sometimes on the corridor. In the rooms you can see a man with black paint on his body taking pictures of himself, Tricky and the other members of Massive Attack dressed in blue clothes with a red sign saying TexMex on it, a little boy watching TV. One of the scenes features Daniel Tatarsky who looks almost exactly like John Nance (who played the main character in David Lynch's "Eraserhead"). He is typing the word Karmacoma on a typewriter, only the letter K is missing. On the corridor you can see a man, sweating, with a gun and a plastic bag in his hand, searching for a room. Or two twin girls with the letter K from the typewriter...
   
    video links Red Lines download (html)
You Tube
   
    director links Jonathan Glazer videography
some photos of Jonathan Glazer
   
 

 
 
 
 
    Soul II Soul: Represent (1997)
  director: Tom Carty, Walter Campell
 
 
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The video is in black and white and shows scenes with all kinds of people from different cultures, sometimes living together peacefully (mostly kids playing together), sometimes faced with racism. In between you can see writings like "God is black" or "What colour is your blood". One of the persons you can see is Tricky, standing in front of a wall (around 2:20 and around 4:22). At the end you see him laughing in the camera in front of a wall with "Soul II Soul" written on it (see pic).
   
    video links You Tube (official)    
    director links Tom Carty videography
Walter Campell videography
   
 

 
 
 
 
    Public Enemy: 
  Do you wanna go our way (1999)
  director: Jonathan Woods, Chris Adams
 
 
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The whole video takes place in a futuristic surrounding, it features not only Public Enemy but also different guests. One of them is Tricky, though he is hardly recognizable. You can see him in a small sort of bubble moving across the screen for a couple of seconds. 
   
    video links You Tube    
    director links Jonathan Woods videography
Chris Adams videography
   
 

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    Live: Simple Creed (2001)
  director: Marc Webb
 
 
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Tricky has just a short appearance in this video, he also contributes vocals to the song. You can see him on TV when his part in the song comes up, while a guy is watching him. His part on TV looks like taken from the Evolution Revolution Love video, but I'm not sure....
   
    video links Artist Direct
My Video
   
    director links DNA web site
other videos by Marc Webb
   
 

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    Tool: Parabola (April 2002)
  director: Adam Jones
 
 
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The video is hard to describe, so you'd better watch it yourself: It starts with three men who are doing a sort of satanic ritual. Then Tricky appears, with two wires or branches coming out of his head. When a little creature gets crushed by some balls (looking like a molecule or something), Tricky obviously gets angry and shouts at the molecule. He cuts the dead creature into two halfes, later walks in a forest and finds a leaf. The leaf suddenly turns into a flame with an eye in it and Tricky's body gets burned by the flames from bottom to top...
   
    video links You Tube
You Tube
   
    director links other Tool videos by Adam Jones
Buy the DVD
   
 

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    Rico&Tricky: Mixed-Up Faces (2002)
  director: ???
 
 
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The video only has some parts with Tricky in it, and these parts are taken from other Tricky videos (Christiansands, Pumpkin in black & white - see pic, and others). The rest of the video you can see Rico being chased by other people. Directly at the beginning his face gets hit against a wall, so the rest of the video he has a bleeding nose and mouth. At the end he seems to have reached his home safely, but then... 
   
    video links You Tube    
    director links ---    
 


 
 
    Radagon & Tricky: Receive Us (2003)
  director: ???
 
 
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This video can be found on the bonus DVD of 'Vulnerable' (see discography), the song on the 'Back to mine' album. The video starts with a tatooed woman (the same as in the Antimatter Remix video, see above) getting out of bed after talking to someone on the phone. At her side you can see a man sleeping in the dark, probably Tricky. Then you can see Tricky driving in a car, first at night in a city, then at day in a more suburban surrounding following the woman, who left the appartment and meets a man (her secret lover, obviously), these scenes are shot in bad quality, as if this is an old homeshot video. Suddenly it changes to the night setting again and some masked men kidnap the couple. It ends with the kidnappers threatening the couple with weapons.
   
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    Radagon & Tricky: Snap Them (2003)
  director: ???
 
 
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This video can be found on the bonus DVD of 'Vulnerable' (see discography). You can see people dancing at a party or club, filmed in red lights, very dark and very hard to see. The first half of the video has some scenes in between with Tricky driving in a car (see pic).
   
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