Jeez. Has it really been 25 years?
Here's the 1986 video that helped keep Peter Gabriel's "Sledgehammer" on the charts for a good long while. In fact, MTV has named it the #1 animated video of all time (and ranked it #4 on its list of the 100 greatest music videos.) Some of the stop-motion animation was contributed by Aardman Animations, whence came the 2006 Oscar-winning "Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit" (and those vaguely creepy talking cars in the Chevron commercials).
But the video's only great because the song's already great. I defy you to get this one out of your head for the rest of the morning. But then, why would you even try? Kick the habit. Shed your skin.
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