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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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"Pete the Meat Puppet" is a Diesel viral marketing ad by an unknown artist, published in December 2008.

The song is reminiscent of Zappa and The Residents, the visuals of The Residents.


Credits

Client: Diesel Agency: FarFar Creative Director: Nicke Bergstrom Art Director: Johan Ohrn Copywriter: Geremy Jasper Production Company: Legs Director: Gregory Brunkalla, Geremy Jasper Executive Producer: Adam Joseph Producer: Ted Fitzgerald Director of Photography: Scott Beardslee Art Department: Andy Pan Editorial Company: Lost Planet Editor: Paul Snyder Music: Geremy Jasper Sound Design: Legs



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