Well, here's a song I had no idea there had ever been an official video for. From 1992, it's XTC and their simultaneously quite profound and fiendishly catchy "Ballad of Peter Pumpkinhead."
Now that I've seen it, of course, I'm torn over which is cooler -- the song itself or those vintage Gretch and Vox guitars the band is using.
Two things need to be added here. First, there is a special circle in hell reserved for the members of Crash Test Dummies, who covered the song -- execrably -- on the 1995 sountrack to Dumb and Dumber (the ironies, as they say, abound). Second, though it pains me to say it, the song is -- well, "cribbed" may be the wrong word, so let's just say "strongly inspired" -- by "King Strut," a 1990 should-be-classic from criminally undervalued singer/songwriter/guitarist Peter Blegvad, and if you doubt it, get thee to iTunes and download it now.