Gender Identity (1985 – 1990)

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Peter Gabriel, Sledgehammer, 1985 / Steve R.Johnson
Dire Straits, Money for Nothing, 1985 / Steve Barron
Simple Minds, All the Things She Said, 1985 / Rybzinsky
Kate Bush, Running Up that Hills, 1985 / David Garfath
The Smiths, The Queen is Dead, 1986 / Derek Jarman
Crowded House, Don’t Dream it’s Over, 1986 / Alex Proyas
Michael Jackson, Bad, 1987 / Martin Scorsesse
Madonna, Like a Prayer.1988 / Mary Lambert
The Cure, Lullaby, 1989 / Tim Pope
Chris Isaak, Wicked Game, 1989 / Herb Ritts
Madonna, Justify My Love, 1990. / J. B Mondino
Madonna, Vogue, 1990 / David Fincher
Depeche Mode, Enjoy the Silence, 1990 / Anton Corbijn
Sonic Youth, Kool thing, 1990 / Tamra Davis
Sinead O’Connor, Nothing Compares 2 U, 1990 / John Maybury

Duration: 1 hour 13 minutes

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Gender Identity (1985 – 1990)

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