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The B-52s Are Back! New Video for "Funplex" Is Fun, Weird

The B-52s Are Back! New Video for "Funplex" Is Fun, Weird

It's pretty awesome that the B-52s aren't just still around and kicking (Kate Pierson is about to turn 60!), they're also still putting out hilariously fun, catchy songs, complete with their signature flamboyance and silliness. The new video for the tune "Funplex" takes place partially inside a futuristic Funplex, and partially in outer space. It seems to be about pleasure-seeking and, well, heartbreak at the Funplex.

The song itself is totally danceable, and the video is just good ol' cheesy-hokey fun. With lyrics like "Faster! Faster! Thrill! Thrill! Too much to do, it's time for a pill!" you can't help but grin and go along for the ride.

"Funplex" is off their brand-new album by the same name. To see the video (warning: may induce nostalgia),

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LaLa0428 LaLa0428 9 years
A shiny happy mess.
HipMom HipMom 9 years
oh, they've lost it, they've totally lost it. so sad :-(
freegracefrom freegracefrom 9 years
Sigh.
The-Grizz The-Grizz 9 years
oh no. no no nooo. I don't want to remember them like this.
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 9 years
while I love them for the camp factor, and i thank them for giving me Rock Lobster, and the video for shiny happy people, I couldnt listen to them for longer than a minute with this new song.
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