Behind the Scenes: Cobra Starship's "Guilty Pleasure" Video

April 28, 2008 5:55 PM ET

When Cobra Starship posted a low-budget video for "Guilty Pleasure," the second single from their second album Viva La Cobra, the YouTube clip earned more than 850,000 views. The dance-rock quintet recently acquired a bigger budget and shot a second version that combines Bar Mitzvah videos, a DeLorean, Fall Out Boy's Patrick Stump and elaborate choreographed dancing. Click above for an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the making of "Guilty Pleasure."

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