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“Howlin’ For You” by the Black Keys

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“Howlin’ For You” movie trailer.

     
 

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    “Howlin’ For You” (official video) is a rock song recorded by the Black Keys. This is the movie trailer.

    Song Title: Howlin’ For You (movie trailer)
    Artist: the Black Keys
    Album: Brothers
    Genre: alternative rock, rock, modern rock, rock, hard rock
    Composer: Copyright © Dan Auerbach, Patrick Carney
    Lead Vocals: Dan Auerbach
    Guitar: Dan Auerbach
    Bass Guitar: Dan Auerbach
    Drums: Patrick Carney
    Other: Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney are from Akron, Ohio.
    Producer: The Black Keys, Mark Neill
    Recorded: Muscle Shoals Sound Studio, Muscle Shoals, Alabama
    Released: 2011
    Label: Nonesuch Records

    This song was nominated for the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards Best Rock Video.

    Number of listens: 25645
    Current rank: 26 (updated weekly)
    Highest rank: 8 (play the video all the way through to register a vote for this song)

    
    U.S. Billboard Rock: peak #5 (five), 2011
    Alternative: peak #3 (three), 2011
    Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks: peak #39, 2011
    Canadian Hot 100: peak #50, 2011
    Canadian Active Rock: peak #2 (two), 2011
    Canadian Alternative Rock: peak #2 (two), 2011
     Billboard chart listings courtesy of Billboard Magazine

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    Summary quotation from Wikipedia:

    “Howlin’ for You” is a song by The Black Keys from the band’s sixth album, Brothers.

    “Howlin’ for You” is featured on the soundtrack of the EA Sports video games, NHL 11. and NHL Slapshot. The song is featured in the films and in TV commercials for The Dilemma, Limitless, The Guilt Trip, Moneyball, and Dark Shadows. It is used as the theme song to the Australian police drama television series, Cops L.A.C., and has been featured in American television series, Entourage, CSI: Miami, Once Upon a Time, Suits, Detroit 1-8-7, Chuck, Necessary Roughness, Suits, Secret Diary of a Call Girl, Prime Suspect. and The Chicago Code. The MLB’s Toronto Blue Jays use it for their Home RUn song (except for Jose Bautista) and the NHL’s Phoenix Coyotes use it as their goal song.

Music Video

    An official video was released for the song. The music video — a parody of a sexploitation film trailer — was directed by Chris Marrs Piliero, starring Tricia Helfer, Diora Baird, Sean Patrick Flanery, Christian Serratos, Corbin Bernsen, Todd Bridges, and Shaun White, as well as Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney of the band in the role of “Las Teclas de Negro” (Spanish for “The Keys of Black”).

    A Behind-the-Scenes interview with Piliero, filmed during production of the video, has tongue-in-cheek commentary and brief clips of the cast members describing their characters.

    The video was one of five nominees for the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards for Best Rock Video.

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