Bold, decadent, ambitious and sometimes of questionable taste, there is no better symbol of the Eighties than the rise of the music video. With the launch of MTV in 1981, extraordinary music was suddenly matched with daring film-making in a medium that had budgets to blow and no existing rules. The Music Videos That Shaped The 80’s is a celebration of the ground-breaking music videos of the decade and the explosion of London-based talent that contributed to them.
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They're all here! ZZ Top's greatest videos, a groundbreaking collection from the band that made chopped cars, great-looking girls, and fur-covered guitars an art form all their own. Right from the start, with "Gimme All Your Lovin'" and the rest of the Eliminator trilogy - "Sharp Dressed Man" and "Legs" - ZZ Top has pioneered the high-concept video. And they're still doing it today with "Viva Las Vegas," shot on the strip.From the deep-space weirdness of "Rough Boy" to the chain gang blues of "My Head's in Mississippi"; from the in-concert electricity of "Stages" to the Paula Abdul-choreographed "Velcro Fly," ZZ Top has always been in video's vanguard. In fact, they performed at the first-ever MTV Awards, where the radio city music hall audience seemed to spontaneously sprout chin whiskers.
When the search engine he designs answers \"yes\" to the question \"is the government of the United States evil?\", a brilliant computer programmer is arrested and held in isolation.