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A blind 15-year-old listens to the electronic track "Crack" by Freestylers for the first time, then jams it out on piano. It's probably inappropriate to make a joke about the "musical version of Daredevil" (except that I just did).

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In the continuing mayhem that is "Video Games of Holiday Season 2011," this week sees the release of the latest entry in the Legend of Zelda franchise and the series' 25th anniversary. Nintendo put together this orchestrated medley of the main themes of the series in honor of the event.

Maybe it's just the years of white-washed nostalgia talking, but I couldn't help but have my nerd-heart swell with joy after hearing this thing. Kudos to all parties involved!

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We should really petition the Rock Band guys to get the xylophone version of this song into the next game. Who's with me?

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Here's the "Pitch Perfect" way to shoot off your finger.

Jim Huish from the Tennessee-based band Amber's Drive recently performed Anna Kendrick's hit single "Cups."

But instead of using actual cups, he opted for an AR15, an AK47 (AK74), a CZ75 and a Walther P22.

There are still some Solo cups involved, but they just get riddled with bullets.

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Clocks, by Coldplay, combined with Chicago, by Sufjan Stevens. Conceived and performed by Joe Edmonds.

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Well, maybe there are some good and decent things left in the world. Like an entire classroom of kindergarten kids singing The Ramones.

Yeah, that sounds right.

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