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"Fallen" Nude Girls not modelling much

2007-06-12 17:40
Some will say it's exploitation. Some will say it's an insult to art. Others will say it's not Rock 'n Roll. And some of these people will be wrong. The band and the PRs will say "It's essential to the plot; the song is called "The Fallen", isn't it?" But everyone, whatever they say, is going to want to see this video.

In the video, the Nude Girls are played by four gorgeous "models". They're not modelling much, trust us. Or don't trust us - see for yourselves. Luckily, the music is still played by the Nude Girls themselves. WATCH THE VIDEOS

Dirty low shots
A bit blurry, but you'll get the idea. Set in a strip club - neon lights and wriggling.
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Stripper and pole
Don't watch this if you don't want to see a stripper and a pole.
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Circular motions
Long shots of the girls onstage
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Lap dance
Or something like that. Also features very chuffed-looking fat guy.
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Controversial? Merely sordid, perhaps. And the video raises a couple of questions. Like, is using hot girls to sell your music OK? Is it relevant to the music? Is it any better or worse than using sex to sell cars, sports rags, make-up or bikinis. And, does anyone care?

Related Nudies links
- Peace Breaker album review
- Arno Carstens Quickie interview
- Illuminate music video
- Goddank Vir Klank album review

The Springbok Nude Girls were terribly disappointing to many early fans - fans who thought, when they clicked to visit their website, that the Girls were actually naked ladies, not a loud and proud South African rock band. Now, all that's changed...
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