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The Prodigy - Most Shocking Video

Last night in C4's U Choose 40 "Most Shocking Videos" Swedish director Jonas Akerlund took the #1 spot with The Prodigy's "Smack My Bitch Up" which, when released was largely banned on television channels around the world - despite being nominated for various awards. Also featuring in the Top 5 Most Shocking Videos - Aphex Twin, N.E.R.D and Madonna. Aphex Twin featured twice in the Top 10. The full list of videos as ranked by viewers follows. U Choose 40 screens every Sunday on C4 and videos are voted for by viewers online at www.c4tv.co.nz. This weeks theme is Albums You MUST Own. Have your say at www.c4tv.co.nz

# Song Title Artist
1 Smack My Bitch Up The Prodigy
2 Affco The Skeptics
3 Come To Daddy Aphex Twin
4 Lapdance N.E.R.D
5 Like A Prayer Madonna
6 Fuck Her Gently Tenacious
7 Prison Sex TOOL
8 Windowlicker Aphex Twin
9 Rock DJ Robbiw Williams
10 Be Thankful For What you Got Massive Attack
11 Jesus of Suburbia Greenday
12 P.I.M.P 50 Cent
13 Satisfaction Benny Benassi
14 Thriller Michael Jackson
15 Relax Frankie Goes to Hollywood
16 Killing in the Name of Rage Against the Machine
17 Jusify My Love Madonna
18 All The Things She Said t.A.T.u
19 Rabbit in Your HeadLights Unkle/Thom Yorke
20 The Beautiful People Marilyn Manson
21 Girls On Film Duran Duran
22 Afrika Shox Leftfeild
23 Blinded by The Lights The Streets
24 Dirrty Christina Aguilera
25 Two Tribes Frankie Goes to Hollywood
26 Wake Me Up When Sept Ends Green Day
27 Everytime Britney Spears
28 Call On Me Eric Prydz
29 Jeremy Pearl Jam
30 19 Paul Hardcastle
31 Cinnamon Girl Prince
32 Just Radiohead
33 One Metallica
34 This is The New Marilyn Manson
35 Come Undone Robbie Williams
36 What it Feels Like for a Girl Madonna
37 Karmacoma Massive Attack
38 Mosh Eninem
39 All About Us t.A.T.u
40 Where's Your Head At Basement Jaxx

ENDS

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