BTC: SHOCK's "Dynamo Beat" is Candy-Colored, Proto-Cyberdork/Cemetery Goth. Everybody Wins!

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Good morning. Pretend for a moment that this is not, in fact, the Spring of 2012, but rather the Spring of 1982, now thirty years past. We’re in England. New Romance is budding. Rocky Horror is a’rockin’. The likes of Gary Numan, Spandau Ballet, and Klaus Nomi rule subterranean radio.

Under the banner of SHOCK, two young London lads with very excellent bone structure and pop ‘n’ lock skillz named Tim Dry (who would one day become Tik from the robotic mime duo Tik & Tok) and Richard James Burgess (who would go on to produce all manner of sophisti-pop) have joined forces with two young London lasses with very large hair and dovelike coos called Carole Caplin (who shall one day become far better known as the tormented fitness and fashion consultant to Tony and Cherie Blair) and Barbie Wilde (who is soon to be immortalized in celluloid as the creepyhot female Cenobite from Hellraiser II).

And they make this splendiferousness happen:

Via Brian Moroz, with giggly thanks.

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6 Responses to “BTC: SHOCK's "Dynamo Beat" is Candy-Colored, Proto-Cyberdork/Cemetery Goth. Everybody Wins!”

  1. gooby Says:

    Oh, man! Filing away for reference..

  2. JoAsakura Says:

    I’m not entirely sure what I just watched, but I LOVED IT.

  3. M.S. Patterson Says:

    Totally catchier than I expected. Found myself humming bits of it for most of the rest of the day.

  4. Michael Doyle Says:

    Everybody wins!

  5. Shien Says:

    Oh my god DYING

  6. Meredith Yayanos Says:

    Heeehehehee. Shien, I had a feeling you’d especially appreciate this one! <3