the greatest interpretation of Total Eclipse of the Heart in the history of music

Or the future, either, come to think of it. In a world which contains Bonnie Tyler‘s pared-to-the-bone proto-emo wail as well as the postmodern Total Eclipse of Good Taste by the Norwegian novelty band Hurra Torpedo, performed on electric guitar and kitchen appliances, (and now, from Defamer, comes word that even that staggery goddess of the trailer park Tara Reid has taken a shot at this tatty survivor…perhaps the last ditty that will have her) there is simply no rendition, extraordinary or otherwise, that can compare to the immortal Kiki and Herb performing an all-too-heartfelt version of Total Eclipse of the Heart.

Poor Coco!

(as for the Squid tag…what do you think happened to her, eh?
Kids don’t dissolve in seawater, my friends)

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17 thoughts on “the greatest interpretation of Total Eclipse of the Heart in the history of music

  1. My God. Im not scared easily, but that is seriously disturbing!
    I think we can thank them for illustrating, in their own inimitable fashion what a truly horrendous piece of schlock this song really is. A Total Eclipse of Talent.

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