Trippiest Cover Version of Dancing in the Moonlight

Did you know that Toploader’s Dancing in the Moonlight was actually a cover version of the song originally sang by King Harvest? I was doing some research on the song, after stumbling on perhaps the trippiest cover version (of Dancing in the Moonlight) I’ve ever heard (more on that later), when I managed find the following videos. By the way, the first line of the song is “We get it on most every night”, not “We get it almost every night”.

First up, the original version by King Harvest, it’s audio only (don’t think they had music videos back then):

Secondly, a hit cover version of the song and most likely to be hear on radio stations around the world (instead of the original version), Toploader’s cover of Dancing in the Moonlight:

Last but not least, a recently released project by Tomonao Tanaka under the name S-KLAPP, featuring Lei Lani. This is perhaps the trippiest cover for Dancing in the Moonlight I’ve ever heard, so check it out:

The single is actually available at Play-Asia. Click here for purchase information.

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