The Hidden Cameras Re-Edit Bruce LaBruce for "The Man That I Am with My Man" Video

The 20th anniversary celebrations for 'The Smell of Our Own' continue

BY Alex HudsonPublished Sep 22, 2023

The Hidden Cameras recently celebrated the 20th anniversary of their 2003 album The Smell of Our Own, and now they're continuing the throwback festivities with a new video for the sweetly randy album closer "The Man That I Am with My Man."

Much like the song itself, the video comes from the archives: the new clip consists of re-edited footage from Bruce LaBruce's 2004 film The Raspberry Reich. The original film used "The Man That I Am with My Man" in the soundtrack, and LaBruce gave his blessing for the clips to be used here.

The re-direct was done by Hidden Cameras frontman Joel Gibb, with re-editing done by Conner Rapp. The Raspberry Reich is set in Berlin, where Gibb is based these days.

Watch the new video for "The Man That I Am with My Man" below. Read Exclaim!'s interview with Gibb about the 20th anniversary of The Smell of Our Own here.

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