It's still a pretty cool video after all these years, and I still like the music. I wonder what ever happened to the guy I lent it to, way back in the day, in Phoenix, Arizona?
This one is a horrible song but it is really great to look at the people in the background. Just tell yourself you're watching an incredibly pretentious, bad performance, and you can probably live through it. Seeing this movie, Liquid Sky, as a double feature at the Valley Art with Diva was doubtlessly the moment where I really left the mainstream. (The music in Diva is much better but I'll let you look for that yourself if you're really interested.)