Tag Archives: music

CERN Choir Sings “The Particle Physics Song” in the CERN Control Center

Did you know that CERN had its very own choir? It’s true. With foxy bespectacled sopranos and handsome pocket protector donning tenors, this nerdy troupe of physicists / choir singers performs their homegrown “The Particle Physics Song” which celebrates English physicist Peter Higgs and CERN’s quest to discover the existence of the Higgs boson. Fun fact: the Higgs boson is ...

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Musician Turns Trombone Into Functioning Flamethrower

This is what happens when you have spare musical instruments sitting around your house and a little too much time on your jazz hands. Jonathan Crawford, also known as YouTube user jnthncd took one of his spare trombones and turned it into a fully-functional flamethrower. Powered by a barbecue ignition system, propane, a temperature gauge to let the blower know ...

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Freddy Mercury and Queen Rock Out in Papercraft

The Beatles might have predated Queen, in both rock and papercraft history, but the influence of Freddy Mercury and his band of merry men cannot be ignored, nor denied. To celebrate the band’s eternal impact on music, People Too created this awesome papercraft recreation of Queen doing what they did best: strutting their stuff on stage. Queen always struck a ...

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Classic Video Game Songs Get Lyrics

Aspiring musician and YouTube star Fredde Gredde might not have the most pure talent we’ve ever seen (nothing some good audio software couldn’t fix), Freddie25 has a way with melody and creating medleys of niche-y topics. This time around he’s created a medley of classic video game music, complete with homemade lyrics. We’ve seen Japanese adaptations of the Super Mario ...

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One Field, 600,000 CDs

Bruce Munro and 140 of his closest friends placed a total of 600,000 CDs over the span of Wiltshire field in the UK over the course of a weekend. The CDSea project started when Munro asked the public to donate their used CDs. After amassing a collection of 600,000, Munro did what any sane person would do after accumulating so ...

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Super Mario Played with the Help of a Violin

So romantic. All we need are a few candles, a robot or two and a few Hot Pockets and it’d be a perfect date night for any of my lucky lady friend. Not to mention they get to hang out with me, the sexiest geek in the world as voted on by the employees of Gearfuse. (Note: of the two ...

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Papercraft Can’t Buy Me Love

PeopleToo took on the responsiblity of recreating The Beatles in the form of papercraft. I’m sincerely sorry for posting about such an obscure band, but I couldn’t find any Meat Loaf papercraft. I tried, I really did. If you haven’t heard any of The Beatles’ stuff you really should. You might have to do some hunting to track down their ...

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The Imperial March Performed Using Hand Farts

Hand farting is a tremendously underrated art form. It’s a wonder that some of the pop songs these days reach the top of the charts, yet hand farting is still yet to have even reached the Billboard echelon. I don’t know about you, but I’d choose hand farting over Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em any day. Especially if the hands happen ...

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Guitar Amp Mug Saves You From Looking Like a White-Collared Square

Even hardcore rockers need to get theircaffeinefix. And they sure as hell aren’t going to use a Thomas Kinkade mug to get it done. Oh, hell no. The Guitar Amp Mug saves you some face in front of yourband mates. You’ve got to know your audience. What would they think if you rolled out your Toilet Mug or even your ...

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