Anyone help me identify this song from the 80s from the music video?

(12 Posts)
SirChenjin Fri 13-Dec-13 20:32:45

It's driving me mad...all I can remember is a man in a long raincoat (leather?) walking through a studio singing this song. Know it's a long shot, but hoping someone's memory is better than mine smile

LaurieFairyCake Fri 13-Dec-13 20:34:51

Is there smoke behind him?

If so, 'Vienna'?

southeastastra Fri 13-Dec-13 20:35:12

that could be one of a million 80s videos grin vienna ultravox?

AngelsLieToKeepControl Fri 13-Dec-13 20:35:58

It could be 'Died in your arms tonight' by Cutting Crew

SirChenjin Fri 13-Dec-13 20:38:52

That's exactly what it is Angels - brilliant, thank you! I've been trying to remember for ages!

AngelsLieToKeepControl Fri 13-Dec-13 20:44:52

Woohoo grin

That was a bit of luck, nearly every 80s video has a bloke wandering about in a long raincoat so we could have been here all night grin

SirChenjin Fri 13-Dec-13 20:46:37

I know! We all wore long raincoats in the 80s - we looked like we were permanently dressed for torrential downpours grin

southeastastra Fri 13-Dec-13 20:47:04

wow at such a quick recognition!

AngelsLieToKeepControl Fri 13-Dec-13 20:51:48

I love the 80s look (apart from the shoulder pads) you just don't see enough floor length raincoats nowadays, they cover a multitude of sins grin

SirChenjin Fri 13-Dec-13 20:55:37

Completely agree! Although, in my case, my dad's old raincoat combined with my lack of height meant that I looked like I had no feet and that I glided around on coasters. I was a right catch, me.

AngelsLieToKeepControl Fri 13-Dec-13 21:00:55

My massive raincoat was too long too (early 90s) so I wore massive black and white platform trainers so it didn't scrape along the floor, and the awful make up, oh my goodness blush I thought everyone was looking at me as I swanned past because I was so gorgeous, now I know they were looking because they couldn't quite believe the state of me haha.

SirChenjin Fri 13-Dec-13 21:18:23

grin at that image!

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