Time, once again, for MusicMonday™ and our jaunt into the world of Millennium Music Montages. This is one is a little special as it comes with a dedication. Our very dear friend, Vivi, was an essential cog in the machinery that made BackToFrankBlack.com possible and despite being an active staff-member in the Millennium Fan Community she also finds time to be a driving force in Filter fandom, a band she holds very dear to heart. Putting the two things together she cares about, Filter and Frank Black, had to be dedicated to her. So to Vivi and to all the fans of Filter and Millennium, this one's for you guys.

Josef takes the time to make these videos because he feels as passionately as we do about bringing Millennium back and anyone who frequents Youtube will know how much support and interest he is enjoying because of it and how many people have discovered us through his work.

The Thin White Line is a season one episode penned by Glen Morgan and James Wong and is clearly inspired by the real life interrogation of serial killer, Edmund Kemper. It's an notable episode for the commanding performance given by Scott Heindl as Jacob Tyler, an actor who would be forever immortalised in Millennium mythology as the male incarnation of Lucy Butler, The Long Haired Man. Telling the story of Frank Black reliving his first case, this is Josef's tribute to that episode. Dim the lights, grab the popcorn and and enjoy the show.

So don't be shy. Let Josef know what you think of his latest creation and tell us what you think about the episode. A good one, a great one, a very thin and white one? We want to know your thoughts so please do leave us a few comments as we really enjoy hearing from all you good people.

As promised, each music new release from Josef will be accompanied by a postcard that we urge you to send to Steve Asbell at 20th Century Fox. Making 20th Century Fox aware that we are here to stay and active in our support of a Millennium Movie is a vital way you can help this campaign achieve its ends. We are regularly asked what is the best way to help this campaign and there is no finer way than sending this postcard. The only way we can bring this show back is to make some noise and continue making that noise. That's how we will bring Frank Black back.

To see the address you need to send this to as well as a range of others you might like to send, click here!

  • To visit Josef's Youtube page and ch eck out his own collection of videos, click here!
  • To check out his myspace page and listen to some of his original compositions, click here!


DiRT said... November 15, 2009 at 9:11 PM

You know, I haven't watched this one in a while, but now I really want to again...

Jósef Karl said... November 16, 2009 at 1:34 AM

Nice postcard as always.

But you have to give kudos also to Jeremy Roberts who played Richard Hance.

That meeting at the prison was such a good scene.

Cheers from Iceland!
- Jósef

Viivi said... November 16, 2009 at 2:29 AM

Guys, you actually made me teary-eyed with this one. A marriage made in heaven! Amazing job!! (And with a dedication?! Incredible.) Josef, Mark, all of you who work so hard for the campaign: you are simply fantastic! It's an honor to be your friend. Thank you!!!

Richard said... November 16, 2009 at 5:07 AM

This is such a good episode, one of my all time favourites and yes, more mention should have been made of Jeremy Robert's contribution to it. I never realised that Jacob Tyler and The Long Haired Man were one and the same. You learn something new everyday.

The postcard is great and I just sent my second batch so you can be sure it will be in my third.

Cathi said... November 16, 2009 at 5:08 AM

Good postcard and good video. Thank you boys. I will send later.

George said... November 16, 2009 at 7:12 AM

Filter are damn cool. I bet you know this but they covered the song "One" by Harry Nilsson for the first X-Files film and it rocks. With the lead singer being Robert Patrick's brother and now a Millennium music video there are some nice links between them and 1013.

I am trying to think but did their music ever feature in Millennium? I can't recall now for some reason.

Maybe they could find a little cameo role for them on the Millennium movie (when it happens), would be a better choice than Kiss I think.

Hey Man Nice Video (couldn't help it).

akbrowncoat@yahoo.com said... November 16, 2009 at 11:56 AM

Good song for this Ep. Great job!

holytoast@gmx.com said... November 16, 2009 at 6:10 PM

God bless Filter and this was so kind really to dedicate a video to someone and it is obvious she really appreciated it. I am a huge Filter fan and have to confess that I'm not familiar with Millennium but Filter fans thank you and Vivi for caring. Hey man, nice shot indeed.

Spooktalklaura said... November 17, 2009 at 8:13 AM

Oh I really liked this video Josef and thank you Vivi for bringing Filter to my attention.. I had not heard of them but now I want to listen to more. :) Where can I get their music? Vivi, I want to get to know you better and do you know Rhonda from the campagin as well? I think that you, me Rhonda and all the gals associated with B2FB should get together somehow and chat, could be loads of fun just having some gurl talk!!! Do you have skype Vivi?

Once again another awesome postcard too.. Mark you are adorable with your postcards and "I can read Millennium series" LOL Love them all. :)


RSWehman said... November 19, 2009 at 3:43 PM

I watched this episode last night. It was on Chiller. I must say that only enhances the video even more. Filter, I'm going to have to check into them.

Jósef, Kudos on a job well done! You never cease to amaze me.

Vivi, nice to meet you. I welcome you to the girls club at BTFB:) If you have skype, as Laura says, we could have some girl chat sometime. I'd like that.

Mark, good job on the postcard. I'm going to have to take a few minutes to print some and get them in the mail. This campaign can't wait!

This Is Who We Are!!

Wave_Crest said... November 27, 2009 at 2:54 PM

Did Filter record a song which was used on the soundtrack CD for the first X Files film?

This was one good episode, a five star episode. I think I watched this a couple of years ago from the Season 1 DVD set. Had plenty of things going on in it. The whole thing with the playing cards I'm sure I've seen in another TV show, or film.

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