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This Joe Wylie animation is a veritable treat: the melodramatic grotesqueries, gay colours, surgery porn and tomato sauce all contribute to produce one of this country's most iconic music videos. The band apparently kept their break up a secret until Wylie finished work for the clip so he could get paid! The Auckland-produced video was the second made for 'Bride of Frankenstein'. The first promo was shot in Sydney, and featured band members playing surgeons who construct a bride (played by Jane Walker); shot in distinct B movie horror style. 

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