Videography

Makes No Difference (Original Version)

Makes No Difference
Released: September 18, 2000
Director: Homemade
From album: Half Hour of Power

A collection of clips of home videos detailing the lives and antics of the 4 bandmates in small-town Ontario pre-HHOP.

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Makes No Difference (Second Version)

Makes No Difference (2nd Version)
Released: 2000
Director: Bradley Walsh
From Album: Half Hour of Power

The boys play at the house party of two hassled brothers. The party gets wild, the boys make some messy mischief, and havoc ensues. Includes cameos from DMX and Matt Brann.

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Fat Lip (Includes Pain For Pleasure)

Fat Lip Including Pain For Pleasure
Released: March 26, 2001
Director: Marc Klasfeld
From Album: All Killer No Filler

A skate park is taken over by Sum 41 and several fans, who do random crazy things in the park during the day, and dance around in the parking lot at night. The video ends with a performance by Pain for Pleasure.

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In Too Deep

In Too Deep
Released: December, 2001
Director: Marc Klasfeld
From Album: All Killer No Filler

The guys take on a group of speedo-clad jocks in a diving competition before an audience of Sum 41 fans. They win due to an impressive dive by Steve.

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Motivation

Motivation
Released: 2002
Director: Super America w/ Joseph Kahn
From Album: All Killer No Filler

The band performs the song in a messy bedroom.

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Handle This

Handle This
Released: 2002
Director: N/K
From Album: All Killer No Filler

In this video, shot in Japan, the guys play strangers who are connected to each other by a sticker featuring a picture of a girl.

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Nothing On My Back

Nothing On My Back
Released: 2002
Director: N/K
From Album: All Killer No Filler

An All Killer No Filler era performance video.

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What We're All About

What We're All About
Released: April 15, 2002
Director: Marc Klasfeld
From Album: Spider-Man: Music From And Inspired By

While standing on the ceiling (to mimic the spider-like behaviour of Spiderman), the boys perform. Includes a cameo by Slayer's Kerry King and clips from the movie "Spiderman".

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Still Waiting

Still Waiting
Released: October 14, 2002
Director: Marc Klasfeld
From Album: Does This Look Infected?

After discussing a career change with a label exec (played by Will Sasso), the band changes their name to The Sums and performs on a plaid themed set (the idea is a spoof of The Strokes). In rebellion to the new image, they tear down the set at the end.

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The Hell Song

The Hell Song
Released: November, 2002
Director: Marc Klasfeld
From Album: Does This Look Infected?

Featuring action figures and celebrity dolls and set in someone's living room and bathroom, this video portrays a wild Sum 41 show. Several celebrity cameos in the form of dolls.

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The Hell Song (Alternate Version)

The Hell Song
Released: November, 2002
Director: Marc Klasfeld
From Album: Does This Look Infected?

This video has a few scenes that differ from those of the original video, including Barbies barbecuing meat.

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Over My Head (Better Off Dead)

Over My Head (Better Off Dead)
Released: 2003
Director: Chris Hafner
From Album: Does This Look Infected?

A collection of clips from Sum 41's 2002-2003 tour in support of Does This Look Infected?, both onstage and backstage.

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We're All To BLame

We're All To Blame
Released: September 2003
Director: Marc Klasfeld
From Album: Chuck

A blatant spoof of 80s show "Solid Gold", this video shows Sum 41 performing on a cheesy 80s set with equally cheesy dancers around them.

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Pieces

Pieces
Released: December 2004
Director: Brett Simon (Concept by Steve Jocz)
From Album: Chuck

The first and only video so far to mainly feature Deryck, this one watches Deryck walking along an empty Los Angeles street with trucks featuring his bandmates portraying different parts of life if they were what the world perceives as perfect. At the end, Deryck's truck starts moving, and the "F" falls off, leaving "The Perfect Lie" which was later claimed by Deryck to be accidental.

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Some Say

Some Say
Released: 27th June 2005
Director: Sean Michael Turrell
From Album: Chuck

Based on the movie Dogville, this is abstract art in video form which seems to contain a small anti-war message (depicted when the soldiers take away the people in the video for living) in a strange backwards-forwards, green- screen setting.

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Underclass Hero

Underclass Hero
Released: 29th May 2007
Director: Steve Jocz and Marc Klasfeld
From Album: Underclass Hero

In their first video without guitarist Dave Baksh, the guys play a pre-game pep rally featuring cheerleaders, fireworks, and fans.

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Walking Disaster

Walking Disaster
Released: August 20, 2007
Director: Stephen Penta
From Album: Underclass Hero

A lost and lonely robot wanders the streets of Hollywood, getting into all sorts of havoc and mayhem. The video is accompanied by Sum 41 performing in a toy store, the robot's home. The video ends with the band destroying the place, as the robot finally returns to his home, where other robots are happily dancing.

With Me

With Me
Released: 1st March 2008
Director: Steve Jocz
From Album: Underclass Hero

The guys perform in an old mansion in Toronto as time passes by outside. The performance is accompanied by nostalgic footage of people of all ages within the house, which is claimed to be haunted, both in couples and alone.

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Baby, You Don't Wanna Know

Baby, You Don't Wanna Know
Released: 4th August 2011
Director: Local German Crew
From Album: Screaming Bloody Murder

Baby, You Don't Wanna Know was shot on one of Sum 41's days off from tour in Germany. Was shot with a local german crew and a low budget. The music video is of a live performance with shots of what the band get up to when not on the stage.

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Blood In My Eyes

Blood In My Eyes
Released: 4th August 2011
Director: Michael Maxxis
From Album: Screaming Bloody Murder

This music video definitely lives up to the name of the song. The video features a girl seeking revenge after being abducted, raped and left to die desert to die as Sum 41 play in the desert.

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