| 73Q Music Videos | Vote On Clips | Submit | Login   |

Reddit Digg Stumble Facebook
Desc:Nothing says "rock n roll" like Softimage screen captures.
Category:Classic TV Clips, Science & Technology
Tags:90s, CGI, Def Leppard, tude, over the hill
View Ratings
Register to vote for this video

People Who Liked This Video Also Liked:
You are beautiful
The plotline of every Godfrey Ho ninja movie
Teal'c - Talkin' 'bout Vaginas.
These commercials aired on Nick in April of 1987
Simpsons Arcade Game Playthrough
Road rage in Hawaii
Sean Young filmed the making of Dune with David Lynch 1983
Another bus makes a wrong turn.
Fiery railroad bridge collapses
Artie Lange and Jim Breuer telling stores about Norm Macdonald
Comment count is 12
I do. I do want to get rocked.
This was around the time that hair metal tried to fight grunge and hip hop won. Then rock was out of the question.
When I first starting watching the music charts on early Sunday morning TV this was right at the top. I'm not going to watch and just assume this is still the coolest, most badass display of masculinity known to mankind.
This was a hit? Because I was firmly in its target demographic when it came out and let me tell you, it was NOT cool. At all.

I guess that's a little convoluted, so I'll make it clearer: I knew a guy who liked Ugly Kid Joe and I'm pretty sure even he thought this song/video were pretty weak.

I was a complete dweeb kid growing up in a small coal mining town. My scope for "cool" was severely limited.

And yeah, it was a hit.


I'm not saying I was cool or anything I was listening to MC Hammer and Green Jello

We all had this blasting on the stereo, come on.

The Mothership
Let's get the ROCK outta here!
The drummer's left sleeve must have been the same color as the green screen because his arm looks like it's missing.
OK, this made me laugh.

Scrotum H. Vainglorious
That was pretty good dude.

Register or login To Post a Comment

Video content copyright the respective clip/station owners please see hosting site for more information.
Privacy Statement