Re: Jagger & Bowie Dancing in the Street
Speaking of fruity, here's the video that killed a potentially great rock and roll career:
The album's first single release, "Rock Me Tonite" was Billy Squier's biggest Pop hit. It reached #15 on Billboard's Hot 100, as well as #1 on the Album Rock Tracks chart in late 1984. However, the video for the track (directed by Kenny Ortega), which shows Squier dancing around a bedroom in a pink tank top, was named by Video GaGa as one of "The worst videos of all time". On the VH1 show Ultimate Albums (Def Leppard's "Pyromania" episode), Squier blamed the end of his career as a chart-topping rocker on the release of the "Rock Me Tonite" video.
"Through many dangers, toils and snares..." - Amazing Grace, third verse