Black Moth Super Rainbow's "Hairspray Heart" Video Might Give You Seizures (And Make You Feel Some Other Stuff Too)

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Epileptics beware: the new Black Moth Super Rainbow video for "Hairspray Heart" warns you against seizures. But watching WWE pro wrestler Goldust (Dustin Runnels) perform as "The Pink One" in this juicy Jacuzzi jam will give you quite a few other convulsions.

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Nostalgia I don't care if the "old, found VHS glitch thing" is a cliché - I love it. I didn't have TV hooked up when I was a kid, not even basic channels, so my only forms of entertainment were a beat-up Super Nintendo and a VHS player. This brings me back to washed-out memories basked in the blue glow of TV. Besides, have you seen BMSR frontman Tobacco's Fucked Up Friends DVD? It's nothing but this "Everything is Terrible" stuff and it's awesome.

Envy I so badly want one of those "Windshield Smasher" latex masks, but alas, they are all sold out and a bit out of my price range. If I had one, I would also be making love to it, just like The Pink One does.

Nightmares I may or may not have been watching this video half-drunk at two in the morning. And I may or may not have checked my closet before passing out. I'm not afraid. I just thought I smelled chlorine and hot wax, that's all.

Arousal Hey man, no judgment here. Whatever you're into. Some people get off on pink, wet spandex water aerobics. And if you do, well, this video will be your oddly-specific perverted dream come true.

More weird BMSR videos can be found here and you can order the band's latest LP, Cobra Juicy, here.

Black Moth Super Rainbow is scheduled to perform Sunday, May 26, at Crescent Ballroom.

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