Giorgio Moroder's 'Love to Love You Baby' Video Is Resplendent With Paint-Splattered Breasts

Hologram Donna Summer had no choice in the matter

Kyle McGovern WRITTEN BY
Kyle McGovern

On the recent Donna Summer tribute compilation Love to Love You Donna, Italo-disco don Giorgio Moroder remixed "Love to Love You Baby," the iconic 1975 hit he co-wrote with the late Queen of Disco. The EDM-tinged redux amplifies the song's volume, thump, and sleaze, a hat trick Moroder pulled off with collaborator Chris Cox. Now, the modern-day makeover has been given an official music video, a multimedia clip that combines splashy graffiti animation, wavy, hologram-like images of Summer, and a bunch of topless women dousing themselves in paint. Watch the colorful peep show above, and head here to stream "La Dolce Vita," a long-unreleased team-up between Summer and Moroder that appears on Love to Love You Donna.

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