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Following David Stevenson's special musi-visual treat we highlighted yesterday, a number of readers have been in touch to recommended their own favourites.

Do we have a new art form here? God, we hope not. Although expect some tosser from St Martins to copy it and come up with some ridiculous arty justification for a bunch of rich-boy sycophants who'll pay £5,000 a pop for anything that some delusional, coke-addled commentator says is deep.

But that aside...

We reckon the only one anywhere near Dave's offering is called Weeeeeeeee, and features a squirrel on speed rapping about how it says "weeeeeeeeee". Try it, you might like it. It is here.

Then there's Tsluts versions, which it calls HTML videos. These were the pre-cursor of Dave Stevenson's movie, made by Rob Manuel. There's several here, which are cerebrally, if not always visually, wonderful. Check em out here.

This one's called Hyakugjyuuidu!! and is a bit daft but possibly worth reviewing if silly music, singing toy planes, Harry Potter faces and Mr Bean is your bag.

This one starts off being interesting but grows a little irritating by the end. Basically, it's a stick figure and modern Net and SMS language version of Romeo and Juliet. Worth a look if you're an aspiring artist of these odd creations. Just do a better job. There's more by Chris Coutts here

And lastly, a crazy Turkish ramble. Twisted Turkish music and slow, odd images of Turkish families and hats and things. Again, shows what can be done but we're not talking unmissable.

Enjoy. ®

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