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Sophie Muller (director of Perfect’s music video) directed all this:

1982

  • Eurythmics - “The Walk” (editing)

1987

  • Eurythmics - “Beethoven (I Love to Listen to)”
  • Eurythmics - “I Need a Man”

1988

  • Eurythmics - “You Have Placed a Chill in My Heart”
  • Eurythmics - “Brand New Day”
  • Eurythmics - “Do You Want to Break Up?”
  • Eurythmics - “Heaven”
  • Eurythmics - “I Need You”
  • Eurythmics - “Put the Blame on Me”
  • Eurythmics - “Savage”
  • Eurythmics - “Wide Eyed Girl”
  • Sade - “Nothing Can Come Between Us”
  • Sade - “Turn My Back on You”
  • Sade - “Love Is Stronger Than Pride”
  • Shakespears Sister - “Break My Heart”
  • Shakespear’s Sister - “Heroine”
  • Annie Lennox featuring Al Green - “Put a Little Love in Your Heart”

1989

  • Shakespears Sister - “You’re History”
  • Shakespears Sister - “Run Silent”
  • Sarah Brightman - “Anything but Lonely”
  • Eurythmics - “Don’t Ask Me Why”

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1990

  • Eurythmics - “Angel”
  • Julia Fordham - “Lock and Key”
  • Sinéad O'Connor - “The Emperor’s New Clothes”

1991

  • Nanci Griffith - “Late Night Grande Hotel”
  • World Party - “Thank You World”
  • Curve - “Coast Is Clear”
  • Shakespears Sister - “Goodbye Cruel World”

1992

  • Annie Lennox - “Why”
  • Annie Lennox - “Precious”
  • Annie Lennox - “Cold”
  • Annie Lennox - “Money Can’t Buy It”
  • Annie Lennox - “Legend in My Living Room”
  • Annie Lennox - “The Gift”
  • Annie Lennox - “Primitive”
  • Annie Lennox - “Keep Young and Beautiful”
  • Annie Lennox - “Walking on Broken Glass”
  • Annie Lennox - “Love Song for a Vampire”
  • Annie Lennox - “Little Bird”
  • Shakespears Sister - “Stay”
  • Shakespears Sister - “I Don’t Care”
  • Shakespears Sister - “Hello (Turn Your Radio On)”
  • Vegas - “Possessed”
  • Sade - “No Ordinary Love”
  • Curve - “Fait Accompli”
  • Aaron Neville - “Somewhere, Someday”

1993

  • Björk - “Venus as a Boy”

1994

  • Hole - “Miss World”
  • The Jesus and Mary Chain Featuring Hope Sandoval - “Sometimes Always”
  • The Jesus and Mary Chain - “Come On”
  • Sparks - “When Do I Get to Sing My Way?”

1995

  • Come - “Cimarron”
  • Sophie B. Hawkins - “As I Lay Me Down”
  • Sparks - “When I Kiss You”
  • The Stone Roses - “Ten Storey Love Song”
  • Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories - “Do You Sleep?”
  • Jeff Buckley - “So Real”
  • Weezer - “Say It Ain’t So”

1996

  • The Cure - “The 13th”
  • Kè - “Strange World”
  • Gary Barlow - “Forever Love”
  • Shakespears Sister - “I Can Drive”
  • No Doubt - “Don’t Speak”
  • No Doubt - “Excuse Me Mr.”
  • No Doubt - “Sunday Morning”
  • The Lightning Seeds - “What If…”

1997

  • Blur - “Beetlebum”
  • Blur - “Song 2”
  • Blur - “On Your Own”
  • Maxwell - “Whenever, Wherever, Whatever”
  • Curve - “Chinese Burn”
  • No Doubt - “Live in the Tragic Kingdom”
  • No Doubt - “Oi to the World”

1998

  • James Iha - “Be Strong Now”
  • Maxwell - “Luxury: Cococure”
  • Sparklehorse - “Sick Of Goodbyes”
  • Garbage - “When I Grow Up” (live version)
  • Garbage - “The Trick Is to Keep Breathing”
  • Rufus Wainwright - “April Fools”

1999

  • Blur - “Tender” (Unreleased)
  • Sinéad O'Connor - “Chiquita”
  • Natalie Merchant Featuring N'dea Davenport - “Break Your Heart”
  • Sparklehorse - “Pig”
  • Manic Street Preachers - “You Stole the Sun from My Heart”
  • Garbage - “When I Grow Up” (U.S. version)
  • Semisonic - “Secret Smile”
  • The Cardigans - “Hanging Around”
  • Sarah McLachlan - “Possession” (American version)
  • Sarah McLachlan - “I Will Remember You”
  • Emiliana Torrini - “To Be Free”
  • Beth Orton - “Central Reservation”
  • Sarah McLachlan - “Ice Cream”
  • Supergrass - “Mary”

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2000

  • No Doubt - “Simple Kind of Life”
  • Ute Lemper - “The Case Continues”
  • Doves - “Catch The Sun”
  • Bentley Rhythm Ace - “How’d I Do Dat?”
  • Alisha’s Attic - “Push It All Aside”
  • Alisha’s Attic - “Pretender Got My Heart”
  • JJ72 - “Oxygen”
  • PJ Harvey - “Good Fortune”
  • Sade - “By Your Side”
  • Coldplay - “Trouble” (U.K. Version)
  • Jamelia – “Boy Next Door”[3]

2001

  • Turin Brakes - “The Door”
  • Sade - “King of Sorrow”
  • Turin Brakes - “Underdog (Save Me)”
  • No Doubt - “Bathwater”
  • PJ Harvey - “A Place Called Home”
  • Nelly Furtado - “Turn off the Light”
  • Sophie Ellis-Bextor - “Take Me Home”
  • PJ Harvey - “This Is Love”
  • Radiohead - “I Might Be Wrong”
  • Sophie Ellis-Bextor - “Murder on the Dancefloor”

2002

  • Amy Studt - “Just a Little Girl”
  • Sophie Ellis-Bextor - “Move This Mountain”
  • Sugababes - “Freak Like Me”
  • Coldplay - “In My Place”
  • Amy Studt - “Misfit”
  • The Beu Sisters - “I Was Only 17”
  • Sparta - “Cut Your Ribbon”
  • Pink - “Family Portrait”
  • No Doubt (featuring Lady Saw) - “Underneath It All”
  • Sophie Ellis-Bextor - “Music Gets the Best of Me” Day Version
  • Sophie Ellis-Bextor - “Music Gets the Best of Me” Night Version

2003

  • Nickel Creek - “Speak”
  • Dolly Parton - “I’m Gone”
  • Dido - “Life for Rent”
  • Pink - “Trouble”
  • The Raveonettes - “That Great Love Sound”
  • Sophie Ellis-Bextor - “I Won’t Change You” [co-produced]

2004

  • Dixie Chicks - “Top of the World”
  • The Killers - “Mr. Brightside”
  • Sixpence None the Richer - “Don’t Dream It’s Over”
  • Maroon 5 - “This Love”
  • Maroon 5 - “She Will Be Loved”
  • Nelly Furtado - “Try”
  • Mindy Smith - “Come to Jesus”
  • Sarah McLachlan - “World on Fire”
  • Sarah McLachlan - “Stupid”
  • The Strokes - “The End Has No End”
  • Natasha Bedingfield - “These Words” (UK version)
  • Vanessa Carlton - “White Houses”
  • Loretta Lynn Featuring Jack White - “Portland, Oregon”

2005

  • KT Tunstall - “Black Horse and the Cherry Tree”
  • Garbage - “Why Do You Love Me”
  • Garbage - “Bleed Like Me”
  • Garbage - “Sex Is Not the Enemy”
  • Garbage - “Run Baby Run”
  • Gwen Stefani - “Cool”
  • Coldplay - “Fix You”
  • Faith Hill Featuring Tim McGraw - “Like We Never Loved at All”
  • Gwen Stefani - “Luxurious”

2006

  • Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean - “Hips Don’t Lie”
  • Dixie Chicks - “Not Ready to Make Nice”
  • She Wants Revenge - “These Things”
  • Faith Hill - “Stealing Kisses”
  • Lily Allen - “Smile”
  • Beyoncé featuring Jay-Z- “Deja Vu”
  • Beyoncé - “Ring the Alarm”
  • The Raconteurs - “Level”
  • Gwen Stefani - “Wind It Up”
  • Siobhán Donaghy- “Don’t Give It Up”

2007

  • Sophie Ellis-Bextor - “Catch You”
  • Mika - “Grace Kelly”
  • Gwen Stefani - “4 in the Morning”
  • Mika - “Love Today”
  • Rufus Wainwright - “Going to a Town”
  • Garbage - “Tell Me Where It Hurts”
  • Sophie Ellis-Bextor - “Today the Sun’s on Us”
  • Maroon 5 - “Won’t Go Home Without You”
  • Gwen Stefani - “Early Winter”

2008

  • The Kills - “U.R.A. Fever”
  • The Kills - “Cheap and Cheerful”
  • The Kills - “Last Day of Magic”
  • Leona Lewis - “Better in Time”
  • Leona Lewis - “Footprints in the Sand”
  • The Ting Tings - “That’s Not My Name”
  • Gavin Rossdale - “Love Remains The Same”
  • Kings of Leon - “Sex on Fire”
  • Cold War Kids - “Something Is Not Right with Me”
  • Duffy - “Stepping Stone”
  • Sarah McLachlan - “U Want Me 2”
  • Duffy - “Rain on Your Parade”
  • Kings of Leon - “Use Somebody”

2009

  • Paloma Faith - “Stone Cold Sober”
  • Beyoncé - “Broken-Hearted Girl”
  • Shakira - “Did It Again”[4] / Lo Hecho Está Hecho
  • Pink - “I Don’t Believe You”
  • Shakira - “Give It Up to Me”[5]
  • Broken Bells - “The High Road”

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2010

  • Sade - “Soldier of Love”
  • Sade - “Babyfather”
  • Armin van Buuren vs. Sophie Ellis-Bextor - “Not Giving Up on Love”
  • Cheryl Cole - “Promise This”
  • Cheryl Cole - “The Flood”
  • Brandon Flowers - “Only The Young”
  • Kings of Leon - “Radioactive”

2011

  • The Kills - “Satellite”
  • Ellie Goulding - “Lights”
  • Noah and the Whale - “L.I.F.E.G.O.E.S.O.N.”
  • Birdy - “Skinny Love”
  • Sade - “Love Is Found”

2012

  • Alicia Keys - “Girl on Fire”
  • No Doubt - “Settle Down”
  • Beyoncé - “I Was Here”
  • No Doubt - “Push and Shove”
  • Labrinth feat Emeli Sandé - “Beneath Your Beautiful”

2013

  • Rihanna - “Stay”
  • Tom Odell - “Hold Me”
  • Garbage and Screaming Females - “Because the Night”
  • Lana Del Rey - “Young and Beautiful”[6]
  • Pink feat. Lily Rose Cooper - “True Love”
  • Birdy - “Wings”
  • Sophie Ellis-Bextor - “Wanderlust” (Álbum trailer)
  • Sophie Ellis-Bextor - “Young Blood”[7]
  • John Mayer featuring Katy Perry - “Who You Love”
  • Robin Thicke - “Feel Good”
  • Katy B - “Crying for No Reason”

2014

  • Sophie Ellis-Bextor - “Runaway Daydreamer”
  • Tim McGraw - “Lookin’ for That Girl”[8]
  • Birdy - “Words As Weapons”
  • Katy B - “Still”
  • Sophie Ellis-Bextor - “Love Is a Camera”
  • OneRepublic - “Love Runs Out”
  • Gwen Stefani - “Baby Don’t Lie”
  • Gwen Stefani - “Spark the Fire”
  • Labrinth - “Jealous”

2015

  • Garbage - “The Chemicals”
  • Selena Gomez - “Good for You”
  • Misty Miller - “Happy”


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Hyksos Steatite Scarab Seal with hieroglyphs, Middle Bronze, c. 1700-1530 BC

The Hyksos were an were mixed Semitic-Asiatic peoples from West  Asia who took over the eastern Nile Delta, ending the Thirteenth dynasty of Egypt and initiating the Second Intermediate Period (1650–1550 BC).

The Hyksos introduced the horse and chariot, the compound bow, improved battle axes, and advanced fortification techniques into Egypt. At Avaris (modern Tall al-Dabʿa) in the northeastern delta, they built their capital with a fortified camp over the remains of a Middle Kingdom town. Excavations since the 1960s have revealed a Canaanite-style temple, Palestinian-type burials, including horse burials, Palestinian types of pottery, quantities of their superior weapons, and a series of Minoan frescoes that demonstrate stylistic parallels to those of Knossos and Thera.

Although vilified in some Egyptian texts, the Hyksos had ruled as pharaohs and were listed as legitimate kings in the Turin Papyrus.  At least superficially they were Egyptianized, and they did not interfere with Egyptian culture beyond the political sphere.

More about the Hyksos…

Huni was an ancient Egyptian king and last pharaoh of the 3rd dynasty during the Old Kingdom period. He succeeded Pharaoh Khaba to the throne of Egypt. Following the Turin king list, he is commonly credited with a reign of 24 years, ending c. 2600 BC.

Pic 1 .Pink granite head attributed to Huni, Brooklyn Museum

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