Adam Lambert revives tradition of making music videos to promote movies

Everyone knows by now that Adam Lamberthas shot a video for his new song, "Time For Miracles".  But everyone might not realize Adam is revitalizing the tradition of using the music video to promote a movie.

Music videos started out as a cheap way to promote movies in the late 1970's and 1980's.  Most of them simply showed clips from the films over the music, like the Bee Gees inSaturday Night Fever

Remember the videos for classics like St. Elmo's Fire ("St. Elmo's Fire"), The Breakfast Club ("Don't You"), Ghostbusters ("Ghostbusters"Flashdance ("Maniac"), andFootloose ("Footloose")? 

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