MTV Video Music Award for Most Experimental Video
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The MTV Video Music Award for Most Experimental Video was first awarded in 1984. The last of this award was given out in 1987, after which it was replaced with Breakthrough Video the following year.
|1984||Herbie Hancock — "Rockit"|
|1985||Art of Noise — "Close (to the Edit)"|
|1986||a-ha — "Take On Me"|
|1987||Peter Gabriel — "Sledgehammer"|