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Bud Light’s back, but sadly this isn’t a continuation of their big-tease to-be-continued ad featuring that average guy, whatever his name is. Here, they’ve brewed up a computer-generated plug for Bud Light with the aluminum bottle spinning and reflecting and prism-ing and just looking pretty overall. It’s as if we’re all honorary club kids for the evening, but realistically no one is watching the Super Bowl in a deafening dance club. Not even a new track from Afrojack can save this one.

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Real Men of Genius is a series of advertisements, primarily 60-second American radio spots , for Bud Light beer. The campaign was originally conceived by copywriter Bob Winter and art director Mark Gross – and co-created with copywriter Bill Cimino – at DDB Chicago . [4]

The campaign began in 1998 [3] under the title Real American Heroes with 12 radio spots. Over 200 [3] installments have been made. In 2001, the radio version was adapted for television in the UK, advertising Budweiser beer instead of Bud Light (Bud Light is not officially distributed in the UK). The six UK TV spots maintained the same one-minute format and ran for about 18 months. [4] In fall 2003, thirty-second versions of three UK TV spots were edited and seven new ads were produced for US television. [5]

The singing was done by Dave Bickler , the lead singer of the band Survivor, known for such songs as "Eye of the Tiger" from the 1980s. The humorous, yet seriously spoken, commentary was done by voice actor Peter Stacker. Together, they made an appearance on the television show WGN Morning News and did a Real Men of Genius about the cameraman, which was a parody saying he falls asleep behind the video camera while recording the show. [7]

Each sixty-second ad gives mock glorification [8] in the form of a tribute to men in overlooked professions or with humorous or eccentric traits or habits. [5] The language is very observational in style, in part parodying Budweiser's earlier This Bud's for You campaign. [4]

The advertisement is set to 1980s style anthemic music. The announcer (Pete Stacker) reads the mock tribute straight . [4] Humour in part is derived from juxtaposing over-the-top vocals sung by Dave Bickler . [5] Sometimes these vocals are augmented by a female gospel -style chorus.

Bud Light’s back, but sadly this isn’t a continuation of their big-tease to-be-continued ad featuring that average guy, whatever his name is. Here, they’ve brewed up a computer-generated plug for Bud Light with the aluminum bottle spinning and reflecting and prism-ing and just looking pretty overall. It’s as if we’re all honorary club kids for the evening, but realistically no one is watching the Super Bowl in a deafening dance club. Not even a new track from Afrojack can save this one.

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