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Steve Aoki - Why Are We So Broken feat. Blink 182 (Official Video) [Ultra Music]

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Steve Aoki - Why Are We So Broken feat. Blink 182
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Starring Dora Madison & Christian A. Pierce

Music Video Director: Brandon Dermer
EP: Luga Podesta, Matt Day
Produced by Matt Day, Lauren Bates
Cinematographer: Wojciech Kielar
Production Designer: Justin Slade McClain
First AD: Seth Farley
Editor: Alex Splice Jones
Color: RKM Studios
B Cam: Chuck Schwarzbeck
1st AC: D’Angelo Harding
2nd AC: Marques Mallare & Alba Villaronga
Key Grip: Zach Kienitz
Grip: Rene Yescas
Best Boy Grip: Theo Thomspon & Francis Butler
Gaffer: Levi Kaminkowitz
Swing: James Sutor
Art Director: Brian Mayfield
Leadman: Kyle Loughrin
Set dresser: Joseph Altamuro, Peter Wassell & Michael Vitale
Set PA: Robert Main
Camera PA: David Lepper
Playback: Jacobus Baas
Mixer: Mike Robertson
Make Up: Sunny Drissa & Nadine Sondej-Robinson
Set Medic: Andrew Irvine
2nd AD: Jesse Carmona

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