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Tag Archives: Bee Gees

Hear Cardi B, Prince, Post Malone and Michael Jackson in the style of Korn

Posted by on January 16, 2018

Anyone with a camera phone and questionable talent can upload a video to YouTube, but when you get down to it, there’s only a handful of YouTubers that are household names in the metal community. The triumvirate of Rob Scallon, Jared Dines and Anthony Vincent (whose “Ten Second Songs”brought him to fame. So it’s cool […]

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Ten Second Songs returns with “Chop Suey,” in styles of Bee Gees, Ghost and more

Posted by on February 22, 2017

David Vincent, better known by his moniker Ten Second Songs, has a hell of a lot of fun making songs in different styles. What does he do with a song that’s as stylistically odd as System of A Down’s “Chop Suey?” Makes is his own, or more effectively, 20 different other artists’. There’s rave (Tiesto), […]

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Record Store Day 2016 releases unveiled

Posted by on March 10, 2016

As sales of digital downloads and compact discs continue to fall and streaming continues to rise, there’s one big exception, and that’s vinyl. In fact, in 2015, vinyl sales increased 30 percent, to nearly 12 million. There are several reasons for this. Apparently, millennials are leading the cause, because there’s something cool and  retro about […]

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Here’s a Mötley Crüe/Beatles mashup that strangely works

Posted by on May 6, 2014

If you haven’t recovered from hearing System of a Down mashed up with Elton John, we’ve got another one for you. Wax Audio has taken the Fab Four’s “A Hard Day’s Night” and mashed it up with Mötley Crüe’s “Girls Girls Girls” to make “A Hard Girls’ Night.” The two songs couldn’t be any more […]

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It turns out Les Claypool is the man in the box

Posted by on January 23, 2014

Not that the canon of grunge has songs that should never be touched, because it’s only a 20 year-old genre. However, if a list was to be made of songs that shouldn’t be covered, Alice In Chains rock radio staple “Man in the Box” would be high on the list. But if anyone was given […]

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YouTube Sensation Andy Rehfeldt Talks Metal, Going Viral

Posted by on April 1, 2010

Although the name Andy Rehfeldt might not be familiar to you, you’ve undoubtedly seen, listened to and laughed at his work. Over the last 2 1/2 years or so, the musician/composer has been the talk of the metal blogosphere with his video overdubs. By isolating vocal tracks, he’s been able to create entirely different versions […]

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