Filmed just before MTV revolutionized the industry by playing videos in regular rotation, the New Wave group made the clip to be shown at discotheques and on -esque pay-per-view channels.
However, the video caused an uproar in the mainstream media, getting banned by the BBC.
The lyrics don’t exactly help matters, featuring eternal lines like “I’m not your father/I’m not your brother/Talk to your sister/I am a lover” and of course “It’s natural/It’s chemical/It’s logical/Habitual.” “Wicked Game” by Chris Isaak (1989) For years whenever this video came on, we assumed it was a Calvin Klein ad and just changed the channel.
Hey, it could be worse…at least Sir Mix is endorsing natural body types, right?
“Crazy” by Aerosmith (1994) Alicia Silverstone stars in her third Aerosmith video, this time playing a rebellious Catholic school girl.
Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” is on everyone everyone’s lips these days. As if that’s not enough to earn it some serious column inches, let’s not forget the controversially racy (and very NSFW) music video!
The ubiquitous tune is catchy as hell and features musical help from fellow super-talents T. The vid has raised some red flags with fans, and even got yanked off of You Tube for a spell.