Jamiroquai - Too Young To Die (video)

Jamiroquai - 'Too Young To Die' from the album: 'Emergency On Planet Earth' (1993)


Mickey P. said...

Love this guy and all the imagery. Absolute genius and he is still doing it. That live performance with Anastasia a few years back was brilliant. Encore! ;-)

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