Caligula Premieres Video for "Light in the Dark"

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If R. Kelly made dubstep music, it would probably sound something like Caligula's "Light In The Dark." Yes, it's music perfect for making love fucking. Last week, we gave you a sneak peek at some behind-the-scenes photos. Now, the Overthrow has finally made the full video available to the public.

It features plenty of quasi-occult and seductive imagery, with the duo just laying back bidding via Blackberry on the beauties working the pole. Apparently, $125,000 will get you a warm body in this town. (Nobody said music video production was rocket science.)

Check out the clip after the jump.

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