Smells like Bee Gees, an audio experience


#1

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#2

Tremendous and amazing. I approve of this video.


#3

Agreed, Australian white boy disco and US white boy rawk works sensationally


#4

This makes it very close to the level of awesomeness of pomDeter’s

I wonder who did it? That wasn’t obvious.


#5

It took me 30-plus years to appreciate anything about the BeeGees, and not just hate them and puke at the sound of their music. I’m still waiting for similar epiphany re: Nirvana. I know, I know, I’m slow. Don’t flame me bro.


#6

I went into this expecting something less… tame.

Too much Neil Cicierega has decalibrated my weirdness meters, I guess?


#7

Best mash-up I’ve heard, as far as I can recall.

Kinda surprised someone didn’t do this five minutes after the genre was invented, though…

Didn’t like the pomDeter thing; I’ve gotta listen to the first one again to clean out my ears.


#8

As the Youtube video is not accessible from here “because it could contain music from UMG” (yeah!), would somebody check if it is the same as:
http://vimeo.com/42778020


#9

Almost identical, but the video on this one adds so much! To think, Cobain could have saved the seventies if that darned flux capacitor had worked.


#10

I prefer Smells like Bootylicious: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXGSBpMHcpA


#11

well done… but I still prefer ‘Stayin’ Hot’


#12

I think that it is technically brilliant, but as mashups go, pretty awful.


#13

Underscores my thesis that all pop/rock songs over the last five decades are in fact exactly the same song.

I call it the Grand Unified Theory of Pop Music.


#14

I never hated Nirvana, just never got them, yeah they did have some very catchy riffs but my first impression of hrmm a metal REM, whatever still sticks with me.


#15

As Stayin’ Alive mashups go, it’s hard to top this one from Wax Audio:


#16

Bravo! I agree with what I take as your implication – this one beats the OP’s mashup.


#17

The video really makes it.


#18

That’s bad ass.


#19

It’s got some flaws, but it’s certainly the one to beat overall once it gets going with the chorus overlap, etc.


#20

Bee Gees & Ben E. King