12 Music Videos From The '90s That Are So Terrible They're Actually Great

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Music videos have always been great ways for bands to show off their musical and artistic talent, as well as sell their singles. Unfortunately, sometimes even a good song can get a bad video, but in the case of these 12, even a bad video can still be entertaining.

David Hasselhoff - "Hooked On A Feeling"

That's right, The Hoff covered the Blue Swede classic. No, it was not any good. No, the music video was especially not good.

Eiffel 65 - "Blue (Da Ba Dee)"

We're still not sure which is worse; the song or the video. Whoever wins, we lose.

Hanson - "MMMBop"

The video's innocent and normal enough, and then they start dancing on the freaking moon. What the hell?

702 - "You Don't Know"

Gotta love those unintentionally hilarious robotic dance moves.

Eddie Murphy ft. Michael Jackson - "Whatzupwitu"

I mean, there was pretty much no chance this was ever going to be good, but how bad it is makes it especially funny.

It only gets worse from here...

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