Lisa Frank 420 / Modern Computing
|"Lisa Frank 420 / Modern Computing"|
|Song by Macintosh Plus|
|from the album Floral Shoppe|
|Released||December 9, 2011|
|Label||Beer on the Rug|
|Producer(s)||Ramona Andra Xavier|
Lisa Frank 420 / Modern Computing (Japanese: リサフランク420 現代のコンピュー Hepburn: Risafuranku 420 gendai no konpyū) is a song by electronic musician Vektroid, going under the name Macintosh Plus, from her album Floral Shoppe.
The song is built around a sample of Diana Ross's cover of Your Move that is slowed down, rearranged and added effects to create an atmospheric but repetitive and unsettling sound and feel.
A fan made music video was created by YouTuber "Sun Levi" in 2014. It features highly surreal and colorful imagery with crude animation. The video was made from CGI shorts from the 1980s uploaded by YouTube channel "VintageCG". The shorts in the video include "Deja Vu" and "Mental Images". The video currently has 1.1 million views on YouTube.
The song has become the signature vaporwave song and has also become incredibly popular, with the song having 40.5 million views on YouTube, before the video was taken down due to copyright claims by Sony Music, and has spawned many covers. The song was used in the Digg video "The Most Satisfying Video In The World".
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- "The Original Macintosh Plus 420 Video With 42 Million Views Has Been Removed". www.reddit.com. Retrieved 2018-06-15.
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