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Students in a science lab at Imperial College, London, use lab equipment to cover the White Stripes' "Seven Nation Army." They adjusted some of the raw sound in production and added some string instrumentals, but otherwise it's just a group of dudes making music out of machinery and tubing.

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People who aren't aware of Canadian pop music or the listening habits of Selena Gomez might not know the original version, but I think everyone can agree that this cowbell remix succeeds in perfecting the unperfectable.

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Sure, British pop singer Elsie COULD force you to watch a music video where the story is already written and you can do nothing but watch it unfold. But why do that when she can give YOU the power to control the action?

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From a recent Dallas-Los Angeles Major League Soccer match.

Look, we know she's 11, and we also know that people who pick on children online are contemptible bullies with major insecurities about their sexual organs, etc. etc. But a performance this egregious can be a learning opportunity not only for whoever billed her to open the game, but also for her, that she's not (and shouldn't want to be) Christina Aguilera.

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It seems now that we've moved beyond parodies and imitation for Gangnam Style, descending into bizarre, postmodern art.

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Jack White of White Stripes fame is gearing up to unleash his solo album this April. He released the music video for its first single, "Love Interruption," on Valentine's Day. The video is self-directed and features backup singer Ruby Amanfu.

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Histrionic rock band Muse just released a trailer for the upcoming album, The 2nd Law. If the hammy Hans Zimmer-esque soundtrack and the melodramatic end-of-the-world news ticker is starting to seem predictable, just wait until it's about a minute and a half into the video. SPOILER: There's a drop.

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Multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter Mark Growden fashions a wind instrument from a bicycle handlebar.

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There were too many metal covers of Zelda, so he made a funk one.

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An expert mashup of Queen's "Another One Bites the Dust" and Daft Punk's "Da Funk." Yes, they had to change Freddie's voice to match the key, BUT IT HAD TO BE DONE AND IT WAS WORTH IT IN THE END.