For their ninth and final studio album, the Village People got back into costume and made a great music video about a then-new form of safer sex — "credit card dirty phone calls," to quote Wikipedia. The song hit 59 on the UK charts before being banned, and didn't get a chance at being banned in the US, as no one much seemed to care for the imaginatively dressed disco superstars' work in the mid 1980s.
The video has taken on a life of its own, and this current posting of it on YouTube (hosted on the group's own channel) has seen almost three million hits since 2008. I love the weird innocence and silly acting undertaken by everyone in it, especially the band members. And the still image of the army guy, up top; that's just genius.
How are you celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of this video? Oh, wait. Maybe we don't want to know.