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The U.S. Army Infantry soldiers in Kunar Province, Afghanistan, aren't above having a little fun while stuck overseas, and their "Call Me Maybe" cover is among the best we've seen --  it showcases their day-to-day life for those of us who have no clue.

A sweet note accompanies the video: "See you in just a few more months, and thanks for all your support!"

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For everyone who's pissed about TNMT being turned into aliens in the upcoming Michael Bay explosiaganza.

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Ukranian folk-rock cover band Selo i Ludy perform Bon Jovi's "It's My Life" with traditional instruments in a traditional Eastern-European folk style. I'm starting to like it more than the original.

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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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It's Play Your Ukulele Day! No, seriously, it is. Somehow the Internet decided to make it a thing. In celebration, here's an old but classic video of a man with god-tier uke skills covering The Beatles' "While My Guitar Gently Weeps."

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Everyone's favorite heavy metal cover artist might be a little late to the party with Gotye covers and parodies, but that doesn't mean he's any less welcome (we still love you!). Maybe next he can do a metal cover with five people on one guitar.

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...but by Rebecca Black? Bonus: the phrase "with the big butts" becomes "livin' it up" in Rebecca's version.

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Take away the gratuitous wubs and womps and filthy bass, and you might find a satisfying song underneath if you didn't see one before.