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Controversial Film Inspires Gay Band's New Video 

Controversial Film Inspires Gay Band's New Video 


The video for "You're Turning Me On," a new single by the gay-fronted band Undercover, was inspired by the bar scenes from the notorious 1980 film that caused many gay men in New York to protest during its production.

"When thinking about concepts for the video, I knew it had to be shot in a club," says Undercover frontman Greg Scarnici. "But there are like nine million videos shot in a club, so I thought, why not pay homage to Cruising? "It references the era of disco we're paying homage to, and the bar scenes in that movie are both sexy and fun, which is what Undercover is all about."

For comparison, watch the video for "You're Turning Me On" below.

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