Canadian artist Maskull Lasserre crafted a violin-esque instrument around a Magnum revolver. When you fire the gun, the strings resonate. It's like the 1920s gangsters who carry tommy guns in violin cases, but in reverse.
This 2002 track shows a Ke$ha that might have been, if she had been born 10 years earlier and become a '90s alternative singer-songwriter instead of the trashy dance-club queen we know and love today. Maybe she would have sung a duet with Alanis Morissette.
Oh great, Katy Perry's starting the phase of her career where she wants to be taken as a serious artiste. We still have at least one concept album about psychedelic space walruses to look forward to before she gets it out of her system.