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Of 'A Million Ways' to Be Popular, OK Go Finds One

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Of 'A Million Ways' to Be Popular, OK Go Finds One

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Of 'A Million Ways' to Be Popular, OK Go Finds One

Of 'A Million Ways' to Be Popular, OK Go Finds One

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A video by the band OK Go for its song "A Million Ways" has become a sensation on the Internet, with over 500,000 downloads.

The video was filmed on location — in singer/guitarist Damian Kulash's backyard. In it, the band performs a complicated dance routine, synchronized to the last finger-point.

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The band maintains the footage was not intended for public release — but still, the video has found a strong following.

Robert Siegel talks with Kulash and his sister Trish Sie, a former professional ballroom dancer who choreographed the dance.

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