Robert Fripp and Toyah Covers ‘I Was Made For Lovin’ You’ – Watch

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The couple’s willingness to take risks with their selections is one of the most appealing aspects of Sunday Lunch, their brilliantly odd recurring cover series. You’d expect to hear a lot of progressive rock or classical music with a dynamic voice and the guitarist from King Crimson at the lead.

Sunday Lunch has been done to The Offspring’s “The Kids Aren’t Alright,” with no specific explanation or rationale as to why they choose the music they play. Sunday Lunch must have some quirkiness, thus the more unexpected the song, performance, or costume, the finer.

We’re currently facing one of the most bizarre videos ever as the duo continues to release new ones: Fripp and Toyah cover Kiss’ 1979 disco hit “I Was Made for Loving You” with an eye toward the bizarre in typical gonzo fashion, with Toyah donning an inflatable unicorn costume that frequently hits Fripp in the head.

The title of the duo’s rendition is “You Were Made For Loving Me,” in keeping with their penchant for the ridiculous, as opposed to the title of the original Kiss song, “I Was Made For Lovin’ You.” To make inquiries at this moment seems unwise. Instead, just sit back and keep going for the video below to enjoy the insane pandemonium that seems to come with every new installment of this seductive series.