BUCKCHERRY: 'Next 2 You' Video Posted Online

BUCKCHERRY turned to fans for inspiration for the second video from their well-received new album, "15". The video for "Next 2 You", the follow-up to the smash single "Crazy Bitch", was spawned from a contest where BUCKCHERRY fans submitted their own videos for the single on Youtube.com and MySpace.com. BUCKCHERRY took their cue from one of the user-generated clips, with help from director Randee St. Nicholas, and developed a big-budget version of the concept submitted by BUCKCHERRY fans Syd and Lexy, whose "Next 2 You" video has accumulated over 25,000 views to date.

Check out the video for "Next 2 You":

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As previously reported, BUCKCHERRY will re-release its self-titled 1999 debut album on October 31 in a special CD/DVD deluxe edition. The bonus DVD, the band's first release in that format, will feature a couple of rare studio recordings and seven equally hard-to-find videos. The two studio tracks, "Late Nights In Voodoo" and "Fastback 69", were recorded at the same time as the first album but never commercially issued in the U.S. Also included are videos for the album's singles, including the band's breakthrough hit "Lit Up", "Check Your Head", "Dead Again" and "For The Movies", plus footage of three performances taped in Los Angeles.

BUCKCHERRY's founding members, singer Joshua Todd and guitarist Keith Nelson, reformed the group last year after disbanding in 2001. Todd told Launch how he thinks their relationship has changed since the early days. "I can only speak personally," he said. "I really have a lot more respect for him. Not that I didn't respect him before, but I think being able to step back and take a look at what we had created, without being actively involved, was a really great thing for me. Our friendship is stronger because of it, and we really, really write good songs together."


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