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80′s @ 8 Feature Video – Owner Of A Lonely Heart [VIDEO]

This goes down as one of the oddest and, in my opinion as I hate spiders, one of the creepiest music videos ever made. From 1983, “Owner Of A Lonely Heart” made it to #1 for the English band Yes and was their biggest success on the US charts. Back to the video. It starts off like any other video, then takes a musical pause while the band members morph into various animal forms. Then, they haunt a guy who’s being brought to court by what appears to be G-Men. And to make this song even more strange…it was originally written as a ballad! Hats off to anyone who can let a tarantula walk across their bare skin.

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