Boyband "Townsend" video covering Def Leppard's Pour Some Sugar On Me. Make sure you watch until the "remix/rapping" part.

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Ho-lee fuck.

Thanks, man. I needed that.

Posted by: JasonC at Aug 27, 2004 5:34:27 AM

God god that's fucking horrible. Nothing like a dumb band covering another dumb band's dumb song. While I'll admit that I did have a cassette copy of that particular Def Leppard album, I do so with a heavy heart...

Posted by: ryan at Aug 27, 2004 12:12:51 PM

Well, I'm not ashamed to say I loved Def Leppard in high school and they still hold a special place in my pop-metal heart.

Hmm, I seem to recall my first slow dance was to "Hysteria". That was my first big concert too, Def Leppard and Tesla at the Met Center. Good times, good times.

Posted by: Chuck at Aug 27, 2004 1:18:41 PM

My sister was a Def Leppard fan. But then she liked all the hair bands. We won't talk about my tastes back then, after all blogging is about embarrassing your friends and family.

i'd say something witty about the video, but i've been waiting 15 minutes for it to load.

Posted by: lane at Aug 27, 2004 4:29:35 PM

i love it! the first half is totally homoerotic and the second half is straight sexist. they got it made.

they are going to look at this in a few years and wonder what the hell they were thinking. i know i am already.

i don't know whether to thank you, chuck, or put a curse on you. i'll have to think about it.

Posted by: lane at Aug 27, 2004 6:01:38 PM

Make sure you watch until the "remix/rapping" part.

It's like Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble rapping in the old Fruity Pebbles commercial. "He loves his Fruity Pebbles in a ma-jor way!"

Posted by: Mr. Pants at Aug 28, 2004 10:47:24 AM