The "Mr. Jinx" Music Video
The music video for "Mr. Jinx" is a favorite of Quarashi fans. Directed by Charles Jensen and produced by Bob Sexton, the video is a homage to the 1998 film, Run Lola Run, and stars Hössi Olafsson, one of the members of Quarashi, as himself, trying to get to a Quarashi gig on time. The music video for "Mr. Jinx" was released on September 3, 2002. It was voted as the MTV's Viewers Pick for the week of September 20, 2002, and was in regular rotation on MTV, MTV2, and Much Music. Unfortunately, by November 2002, the video was no longer being played on any of those channels (with the exception of Much Music where it was still airing in December), and in fact, has never been played on any of those channels since. "Mr. Jinx" was the last Quarashi music video to be played on MTV, MTV2, and Much Music.
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