It doesn't take a lot of money and some big-name director to come up with a great video. All you really need is a good concept and a lot of creativity. Case in point: this video for the Lords of Fuzz song "C of B." As far as we can tell, they didn't have to break the bank on making it, but that doesn't mean it isn't a lot of fun.
It's pretty impressive how much mileage you can get out of a few Mexican wrestling masks, four or five hot girls, smokebombs and a few firearms if you're creative. We're not entirely sure what exactly is going on here -- our best guess is it involves a curse, a dangerous mission and high-stakes poker -- but we're enjoying the ride nonetheless. And extra kudos on that awesome green leisure suit outfit. That thing is great.
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