Martin’s video was conceived and produced by the staff and advisers of The Warrior Post, the student newspaper. They believe that the final product will set two records: the largest cast for a school lip dub and the first schoolwide lip dub by a Texas high school. The organizers even approached Guinness World Records for some recognition, but they were told that it would cost money for research and judging, photography teacher Dan Regalado said. “We wanted to take the free way,” said Regalado, whose wife, Tricia, is the journalism teacher. “But they said, ‘Oh, you could try out for the largest air guitar.'” Martin’s video, set to Everybody Needs Somebody to Love by the Blues Brothers and Think by Aretha Franklin, starts in a bus in front of the school’s main entrance. The first of several “singers” guides the viewer off the bus and through a double line of students cheering and tossing paper airplanes. Murray and the camera weave through hallways and classrooms, passing activities such as chemistry students lighting fires in their hands, biology students pigging out in a pie-eating contest and a student body-surfing on a crowd.http://www.star-telegram.com/2010/11/04/2606237/at-martin-high-the-kids-all-stay.html
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