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AppleInsider posts Pepsi iTunes Super Bowl commercial

AppleInsider has posted the upcoming Pepsi iTunes Super Bowl commercial featuring 16 teens that were recently sued by the RIAA for illegally downloading music from the Internet. The commercial also features Green Day’s version of ‘I Fought the Law.’

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To me this add is really basic.  They should have used an iPod as well as a mac computer in the add to support apple.  I look at this commercial and it lacks potential.  At first I though that the girl had a speech problem but it is just her accent.  I didn’t really like the commercial, a pepsi+iPod+iTunes add would have been alot better.  I also think they should have used different music, but my musical tastes never reach commercials.  In my opinion they should have used anything but pop, rap, country, and punk.  If they used my music then no one would ever like the commercial.  I agree that rap would have been better for Apple and Pepsi because it would have reached alot more viewers than Green Day.  The day Apple comes out with a commercial that has a heavy metal/nu-metal songs playing in it, I will be proud to own an iPod.  Right now I feal like a “kid” with my iPod.

Posted by kornchild2002 on February 1, 2004 at 10:16 AM (CST)

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