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Nothing's more relaxing for a morning commute than the Morning Prelude from Peer Gynt, but I'm secretly wishing they had done In the Hall of the Mountain King instead.

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German children covering a Rammstein song. Good lord, the youngest can keep a pretty steady beat.

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A promo video for Chicago Music Exchange fires, in one seamless take, through 100 guitar riffs from the past 60 years in chronological order, from old standards by Johnny Cash and Buddy Holly to today's standbys by Mastodon and St. Vincent.

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If this proves anything, it's that dubstep is God's music and those who have been "moved by the Holy Spirit" have finally reached the part where Jesus drops the (loaves and) bass.

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If there's anything we can learn from this, it's to say "sorry" nervously after you quote lyrics that are especially suggestive.

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For some reason I can't stop thinking of "Shadow Stabbing" by Cake.

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Look! It's your childhood! And for Americans who thought they were the only ones who remember this '90s television entertainment touchstone, Will Smith's recent appearance on the Graham Norton Show proves them wrong.

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Rob Scallon wrote a metal song using lyrics from fans' YouTube comments and made an accompanying music video. The result is testament to the internet's continuing obsession with food and unreasonable demands.

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Eric Calderone is out with another nerdgasm-inducing metal cover, this time lifting from the Doctor Who soundtrack.

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Do you enjoy, but are already slightly sick of, the "some bunny that I used to know" puns on the internet? Then you'll LOVE this.

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Ever wondered what a Dutch a capella choir covering dubstep sounded like? No? Well me neither, but this choir decides to answer that question anyway, covering Skrillex' Bangarang.

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The Walk Off the Earth video of five people playing one guitar spawned approx. five billion parodies. This is one of the better ones, achieving at least some competency in playing 1/5 of a guitar per person while sharply observing the likely economic situation of a band that can only afford one guitar between the five of them.

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We've already seen Tesla coils performing Dueling Banjos, but here's another video that takes SCIENCE from Appalachia to the South.

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Dialogue from nearly 300 movies expertly spliced into everyone's favorite song about butts. Consider your afternoon made.

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Remember that time when Gwar offered to answer your dating questions? They came through! Listen to their Sage Wisdom From Beyond the Stars and all your dreams will come true.