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My Favorite Accident on Wikipedia
"My Favorite Accident"
Motion City Soundtrack - My Favorite Accident cover.jpg
Single by Motion City Soundtrack
from the album I Am the Movie
Released9 December 2003 (Europe)
FormatCD
Recorded2003
GenrePop punk, emo
Length3:20
LabelEpitaph
Writer(s)Joshua Cain, Jesse Johnson, Matthew Taylor, Tony Thaxton, Justin Pierre
Producer(s)Ed Rose
Motion City Soundtrack singles chronology

"My Favorite Accident" is a song by the pop punk band Motion City Soundtrack. It features on their debut album, I Am the Movie and was released as their second single in Europe. This song was featured in the video game Burnout 3: Takedown and also featured in Tony Hawks Gigantic Skatepark Tour along with "The Future Freaks Me Out".

Formats and track listings

  • CD
    1. "My Favorite Accident" - 3:20
    2. "Boombox Generation" - 3:07

Music video

The video for "My Favorite Accident" was shot at Joshua Cain's brother's home on a very limited budget,[1] and has been noted for "poking fun at your usual music video relationship". The video features frontman Justin Pierre going through a rough patch in his relationship with a large pink bunny rabbit. It also includes the band's moog player, Jesse Johnson, doing his now famous "moogstand", where he does a handstand on his moog synthesizer.

References

  1. ^ http://www.alligator.org/edit/detours/issues/stories/030731jenn2.html


   

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