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  • My favorite mashup of the week

    This is one is so wrong that it's completely right....



  • #2


    I'm absolutely gonna have to steal this.


    • guido61
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      n9ne wrote:


      I'm absolutely gonna have to steal this.

      I don't know how well it would work in a live situation, unless you added in some lyrics/melody of "Call Me Maybe".  Not sure a live audience would get what you were doing otherwise.  But for the right crowd....

      But I'm fascinated by how well that works and how it completely changes the tone/feel of the NiN vocal.  If nothing else, it's a good case study for how it doesn't matter how angry or intense your lyrics and vocal delivery are---if the music bed underneath doesn't support it properly, it's going to come across as something completely different. 

  • #3
    Where is Austin cowbell he would enjoy this one


    • #4
      That's awesome. And it also illustrates something I've been talking about for a while now. You don't always have to cover the latest hits as much as cover classics in a modern palpable style. They're just songs. Great songs will always last, it's the beat and all the accoutrements that change with fashion.

      I always looked at being in a cover band as a great opportunity to learn the latest styles and grooves. Learn to separate the two (Songs versus grooves) and your opportunities expand exponentially.
      Ain't no sacrilege to call Elvis king
      Dad is great and all but he never could sing -


      • #5

        For anyone who's interested:  from the same DJ, another humorous juxtaposition of genres:   Michael Buble and Lamb of God





        • WynnD
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          The Beverly Hillbillies lyrics sings perfectly to Ghost Riders in the sky.