Ok, this is a Helix Producer-converted Quicktime movie I found on a backup cd from one of my old computers. The file date is 6/21/97.
And it might be older than that; date might'a got changed when I copied it from where-ever the fuck it originated.
Features the pre-recorded track Tori Amos used (still uses? Ain't seen her live in a dog's age. . .) when she performed Cornflake Girl live, and Tori doing her strange little dance before skipping merrily back to the Bösendorfer (Happy 175th, guys!) -- at which point it ends.
Real Video - Tori Amos: Cornflake Girl Dance Dance Revolution
Clicking that should bring the file up in Real Player. I'd embed it, but this seems to cause crashy badness, and although I'm evil, I'm just not that evil. Deliberately. Usually.
And this babbling might bring use of the clip in under Fair Use. Or it might not be copyrighted, or whoever holds the copyright might not give a flying fuck at having a lower-quality version up here.
Guess I'll find out if I get a C&D.
Until then, enjoy.
Update: You'd think I would have noticed this before.
Tales from Tori, a journal/blog sort of thingee.
Last updated November 17, 2003, looks like, so you can't read her take on the capture of Saddam Hussein or revelations about Michael Jackson, darn it all to heck.
No, I'm not reading the back entries. I love the little frosted flake dearly, yes, but. . . a little of her talking goes a long way, and I'm gonna figure the same applies to the journal.
Sue me. I'm a dino.