You know, sometimes, it's fun to watch VH1 Classic. Occasionally, they play that creepy Tom Petty video where he's the Mad Hatter that scared the crap out of me on Friday Night Videos as a child.
But today it was no fun. Because I saw this:
Okay, my first question is: Stevie Nicks, what did I ever do to make you so angry? Why are you staring me down, like I'm the one what done you wrong?
My television's horizontal hold actually went out in the middle of this video, like the TV was either nobly sparing me from seeing it or, alternately, just couldn't take anymore and decided to pass out for a while.
Secondly: Why was there a time on earth when this kind of video was okay? I take no responsibility for the 80's. See, I was merely a babe in swaddling clothes when Regan took office, so I had no control over the craziness that was the 1980's. 90's, sure, I'll take the rap for some of that. "Rico Suave"? Yeah, I bought that single. But not Snow's "Informer". Never "Informer".
So, people who had a choice to live and purchase music and be the force your generation in the 1980's, what the hell were you guys thinking? Who kept encouraging Stevie Nicks to make these kinds of videos? And wear those kinds of skirts?
Also, who is responsible for Van Halen at this time? I need to speak with them immediately.