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Someone was bound to do it eventually, but luckily the person who did it could do it well. Scenes from Woody Allen's latest movie, Midnight in Paris (nominated for Best Picture at the upcoming Academy Awards), are spliced with Jay-Z and Kanye West's "Ni**as in Paris." Note the neat dialogue switch at 2:30 if nothing else.

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Last Friday night at Coachella, the Black Keys brought John Fogerty of Creedence Clearwater Revival onstage to play "The Weight" in memory of the recent death of The Band drummer Levon Helm. Everyone who wasn't at Coachella suddenly became 100 percent more regretful that they couldn't make it.

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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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Thanks to "Steve," you can have real acoustic drum sounds AND kick your rhythm-impaired drunk of a drummer out of the band. No longer will your drums be late for band practice!

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They might be playing a song you've heard a million times before, but The Piano Guys milk so much musical sound out of one piano (recalling the five-person-one-guitar cover from last February) that it's well worth your while.