A number of people get naked in “Toe Jam,” but the synchronized black boxes are good at covering up the naughty parts. Also, it’s not David Byrne or Dizzee Rascal doing the stripping. Though Byrne does use some strong language. And Fatboy Slim uses the BPA moniker so he can take a break from being Fatboy Slim. As you might be able to tell by that photo, there’s a ’70s vibe (and some bad hair on the dudes). Also, “Toe Jam” isn’t the most appealing word when related to a room full of naked people. So, NSFW? As mentioned, you don’t see anything, but your co-workers might ask you what the hell kind of porn you’ve discovered.
You can hear the song without images at BPA’s MySpace. Also, if you recall, we posted a story about Byrne’s Lifetime Achievement Webby a couple weeks ago. He’s since accepted the prize and made his five-word acceptance, which was actually six words: “Mr. DJ, can you play another song?” (Not as cool as Bowie’s speech.) Byrne was introduced by Laurie Anderson. No word if Lou Reed was there. Huffington Post was, though, and has a recap. You won’t need to scroll far to see a photo of will.i.am. His speech: “I am the worst, everybody.”