2. "Making Love Out Of Nothing At All"
Say what you will about AS's mushy, gushy prom anthems, but these guys know how to execute a proper story line in their videos. Boy leaves girl to go on tour, boy sees good times he used to have with girl in crazy, rotating picture frames. Girl spins around in his dreams. In the end, girl makes a U-turn in her car and magically appears at boy's arena rock concert hundreds of miles away. It's a common love story you've no doubt experienced yourself.
3. "Every Woman in the World"
If there's one thing that should comfort you about the music industry's slow, digitized death, it's that recording sessions like these are now a thing of the past. There are few things more barf-worthy than watching a bunch of collar-popping corn balls standing around congratulating themselves about how popular their band is. Mean while they're burning millions of dollars an hour in a corporate recording studio trying to produce a hit that will hopefully land somewhere around No. 46 on the pop charts. This whole video wreaks of fiscal irresponsibility and douche baggery. Graham's pink shirt is pretty sexy though. We can't deny that.
4. "Lost in Love"
Is that a fucking galaxy green screen you guys are standing in front of? Seriously, why aren't you suing YouTube for keeping this in circulation?
If there's one mistake that most people make about Air Supply's music, it's that all written for the ladies. As this video clearly demonstrates, the band's lonesome-hearted crooning and guitar plucking is not just for the fairer sex. Their love also extends to trains as well. Although by the of this tune, you may just find yourself wanting to jump in front of one.