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What a cool project. I love how they credited the individual accounts at the end, too. The whole thing just has a "feel good" vibe.

The band did a great job at looking at something ordinary and turning it into something special to recognize and reward their fans.

It would be cool if they implemented this concept into their live events, showing off fan videos during a song.

The time period before they come on stage would also be a prime spot. People are usually just standing around, so that would capture the audience's attention and build up excitement for when the band takes the stage.

mr awesome

very cool except that they get paid on those video views via audio match on YouTube. So actually they ARE used with permission.

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