The 8-Bit Version of Radiohead You Never Asked for But Always Wanted

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YouTube user Quinton Sung has been taking Radiohead's classic albums and rendering them in glorious 8-bit beeps and bloops. Whether it's to evoke a warm and fuzzy nostalgia for your old Super Nintendo or to make Radiohead's message of modern-day alienation seem even more alienating is up to you. We've posted Ok Computer here, but you can also listen to an 8-bit version of Kid A on Sung's channel.

I Watched This Only for the Music

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Look out you guys, it's THAT song again. But this one with the Miami Dolphin's cheerleaders seems more ... interesting, somehow. I can't quite put my finger on it.

Covers Cuesday: Cosby Covers the Darndest Things

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Bill Cosby's covers The Beatles' Sgt. Peppers' Lonely Hearts Club Band. Is it still Sgt. Pepper's, or is Sgt. Puddin' Pops more appropriate now?

Blind Prodigy Plays Electronic Music on the Piano

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A blind 15-year-old listens to the electronic track "Crack" by Freestylers for the first time, then jams it out on piano. It's probably inappropriate to make a joke about the "musical version of Daredevil" (except that I just did).

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