Music Video Of The Day: Rush Rush by Debbie Harry (1983, directed by ????)


Remember when we used to drive around Liberty City listening to this song?

Even though Rush Rush may be best known to some for its use in Grand Theft Auto III, it was actually first recorded for the soundtrack of Scarface.  This was Debbie Harry’s second collaboration with producer Giorgio Moroder.  Their first collaboration was Call Me, which shot to number one on the charts.  Rush Rush was slightly less popular, peaking at #105 in the U.S.

The video features people watching and reacting to footage of Debbie Harry.  Interestingly enough, this video came out around the same time as David Cronenberg’s Videodrome, which featured James Woods doing the same thing.

Enjoy!

 

 

One response to “Music Video Of The Day: Rush Rush by Debbie Harry (1983, directed by ????)

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