Watch The Hilarious ‘Musicless Music Video’ For Mick Jagger & David Bowie’s “Dancing In The Street”

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During the height of the MTV era in the ’80s, there were certainly no shortage of weird, cheesy music videos being released by artists.

One of those included the often mocked Mick Jagger and David Bowie collaboration covering the hit Martha and the Vandellas song “Dancing In The Street” in 1985. Now, this forgotten video is back in the limelight, and it’s crazier than ever.

The man behind musicless music videos, Mario Wienerroither, stripped out the music from the video and replaced it with his own hilarious sound design to make the video look even weirder than it already does.

Without the music, Jagger and Bowie are just a couple of goofy dudes dancing awkwardly in an abandoned warehouse. Nothing weird about that.

After watching the musicless version, you won’t be able to watch this video the same way anymore – watch below!

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