Our video year:'s Best of 2007

Queens of the Stone Age does "In the Fade" at First Act Guitar Studio, proving they are just as awesome acoustically as they are plugged in.

James Parker reads a poem about Britney Spears's wild night with Criss Angel, backed by a bunch of jellyfish.

Rilo Kiley live, proving, much to our amazement, that there were actual good songs lurking underneath the studio polish of Under the Blacklights.

No list of internet videos in 2007 would be complete without a Soulja Boy reference...

Spiritualized performs "Soul on Fire," an excellent song from their upcoming album at the MFA.

We visited with the cast of Superbad at a bowling alley. Nice dudes.

Paddy-O's in Faneuil Hall may seem like an odd choice for a rock show, particularly one by a band like The National, but in spite of some dark conditions, it turned out to be a great show.

Way back in February, we checked out the Boston Burlesque Fest. Bet you had forgotten all about the Moononite incident.

Paramore took a break from their march towards world conquest with this performance at First Act Guitar Studio

We got a sneak peek at the truly awesome Rock Band at the offices of the game's developers, Harmonix

Tegan and Sara entertained First Act Guitar Studio with their music and their words.

In advance of the Police's big show at Fenway, we talked to David Bieber, the Phoenix's archivist about the band's early years.

Spoon broke through to the mainstream in 2007 on the strength of their hit single "Underdog," performed live and acoustically here at First Act Guitar Studio.

Film editor Peter Keough interviewed Michael Moore about Sicko in Manchester, New Hampshire

Yo La Tengo brought their Freehweelin' tour to the Museum of Fine Arts in November, and performed a lengthy set of covers and fan favorites like "Stockholm Syndrome."

Michael Palin spoke to the Phoenix's Peter Kadzis, and revealed the origin of the Lumberjack sketch.

We got some bonus footage of Isis.

And now we're premiering this video of My Brightest Diamond covering Roy Orbison. See you all in 2008!

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