Crossploitation: 10 Daring Displays of the Cross in Pop Music
Posted by Newson 04/22/2011 at 2:43 PM
Seeing that it’s Good Friday, and there are rumors that noted blaspheme Lady Gaga may release the video to her pseudo-controversial “Judas” this Easter weekend, Popdust has gone and compiled a list of artists who dared to deploy/exploit that most sacred item of religious iconography—the cross. Check out the top 10 music videos, album covers, photo shoots and movie clips that appropriate the cross for fashion, provocation and good old-fashioned titillation.
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