If people know one thing about Marky Mark and The Funky Bunch, it’s the song “Good Vibrations” from the group’s first album, Music for the People. Believe it or not, though, there was a whole second album that came out, albeit nowhere near as successful as the first. Back in 19 90 mother effing 2, You Gotta Believe was rushed into production after Music for the People went Platinum and they tried to make things slightly more edgy with a harder sound and “swearing” but all the profanity was edited out and there were never any uncensored versions made available. The main single from the album was the title track, which was also one of the three songs featured in the ridiculous “game”, Marky Mark: Make My Video for Sega CD, where you edit music videos by putting in horrible looking effects and royalty free stock footage. The actual music video for You Gotta Believe features Marky Mark fighting a random dude in one of those classic 80’s/90’s foundries that only manufactures sparks and you can check it out below.
I’m like the J. Jonah Jameson of Everything Action, writing and editing and constantly demanding pictures of Spider-Man.