Warner Bros. Records' new videos playlist on YouTube is currentlyout of service.
Here is the way the page looks:
Lights "February Air" [videounavailable]
The Raconteurs "Old Enough" [videounavailable]
Metallica "All Nightmare Long" [videounavailable]
Linkin Park "Leave Out All The Rest - LIVE From Road ToRevolution DVD" [video unavailable]
Faith Hill "Joy To The World (from her 1st everChristmas Album!)" [video unavailable]
Last month, the record label giant home to superstarsMadonna, Metallica and T.I., among others, demanded that YouTube remove theirvideos from the site.
According to a Reuters news article, it is believed that theWarner Music Group sought a larger profit from YouTube, though the label hasyet to confirm this notion.
In a statement, Warner explained why they declined to extendtheir most recent two-year contract with YouTube. "We simply cannot acceptterms that fail to appropriately and fairly compensate recording artists,songwriters, labels and publishers for the value they provide," Warnersaid in a statement.
While some user posted Warner videos are still live on thesite, there is no guarantee how much longer before they too are either pulleddown or branded with a video unavailable label.
In the meantime, you friends at Yahoo! Music figured wewould stay clear of the legal squabbling and simply give the users what they want.
Enjoy our Top 10 Music Videos Not On YouTube playlist.
1. Live Your Life - T.I. featuring Rihanna
2. 4 Minutes - Madonna featuring Justin Timberlake
3. Decode - Paramore
4. One Step Closer - Linkin Park
5. All Nightmare Long - Metallica
6. All Summer Long - Kid Rock
7. Bust It Baby Part 2, Plies
8. I'm Yours - Jason Mraz
9. Come Over - Estelle featuring Sean Paul
10. Savin' Me - Nickelback