Mixtapes for Hookers


Ankie Pankie
July 25, 2009, 3:11 pm
Filed under: music, the dan fogelberg and hair metal decade | Tags: ,

Here’s the video for Swedish singer Ankie Bagger’s 1993 single Bang Bang.  I had no idea the Swedes were so openminded when it came to penises in their pop videos.  (Also, is it me or is her green top very sweat-stainy?)

She’s featured on the new single Du Kan Inte Lura Mig, the Peter Gustafson song which debuted at #4 on the Swedish charts this week but which doesn’t seem to exist in any form on the internet except in preview form. (Really–Gustafson doesn’t even have a Myspace.)

Bagger’s breakthrough came with her debut album in 1989, which features a cover of Kiss’s I Was Made For Loving You.  After the jump, bagger’s insanely catchy 1989 single Where Were You Last Night. 

It got up to #13 in the Swedish charts.  Be sure to watch until the end, so you can hear a very amazing key change before the last chorus:


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