Here's a funny mixed cover consisting of the most famous the Prodigy songs which is performed by a folk-rock band from Russia! You better watch the full thing!
группа vMetro The Prodigy - Smack My Bitch Up cover Страница Вконтакте http://vk.com/lamuzica оператор, - Станислав Лиепа http://vkontakte.ru/liepa http://500px.com/liepa/
The Prodigy - Smack My Bitch Up (live cover by Electronics Trio) WEBSITE: http://www.electronicsband.webs.com FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/electronics.band.beograd Vladimir Banovčanin - guitars, vocals, mixing, mastering, video editing Marko Ilinčić - keyboards & effects Željko Despić - drums, effects, assistant mix engineer Belgrade, Serbia 2012.
Takes a while to get going, but then its ruckus madness. Except for how I screw up the transition towards the end, which made the subsequent part sound like crap, so I muted it and made the footage look all tripped out using my extremely high-tech free video editing software....and by extremely high-tech, I mean extremely ghetto-ass. Enjoy.
Captation live extrait de la 4ème édition de la soirée "International Unplugged Rock'n'Roll Society" le 23 mai 2013 à la Laiterie . The International Unplugged Rock'n'Roll Society" est un "All Star Band" à géométrie variable de musiciens de groupe de la scène des musiques actuelles du Grand Est qui se retrouve plusieurs fois par an pour reprendre ensemble des classique du rock en acoustique. Pour plus d'informations : www.facebook.com/iurrsstrasbourg Guitar : Gets - Los Disidentes Del Sucio Motel Guitar : Jean-Noël - Las Train Bass : Bobby - Los Disidentes Del Sucio Motel Vocal : Sonny - Los Disidentes Del Sucio Motel / Melody Percussions / Monotron : Francky Maverick - Los Disidentes Del Sucio Motel Violins : Josquin - ZNO Drums : Billy Maverick - Los Disidentes Del Sucio Motel / Geoffroy - Art District Captation : Mathieu Garcia - www.vimeo.com/getyourasskicked Celim Hassani - www.gnik.fr Salmanski Bartosch - www.m4tik.fr Réalisation : Salmanski Bartosch - www.m4tik.fr Enregistrement et mastering son : Guillaume Renahy Lumières : Olivier OTTENI ©HELLPROD 2013
See the "sequel" here: http://youtu.be/SN7ASS1l1qs visit: https://www.facebook.com/pleaseunhelpme *the video may seem out of sync when viewed on a phone. *bit of trivia: The Chemical Brothers' "Setting Sun" (4:31) was influenced by The Beatles' "Tomorrow Never Knows" *audio portion reproduced by kind permission of Take Me To The Hospital / Cooking Vinyl - for original performances by The Prodigy, check-out the official channel at http://www.youtube.com/prodigychannel (ad revenue goes to them, i don't get any money from videos on this channel) visit: http://www.youtube.com/user/TheBeatlesHere visit/ like my page: https://www.facebook.com/pleaseunhelpme COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER: I do not own the audio/visual material in this video. This video has been edited by me for entertainment purposes only. Materials used qualify for Fair Use in accordance with Digital Millennium Copyright Act. "Copyright Disclaimer under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use." ------------- ------------- In June of 2014 I received following letter: Dear pleaseunhelpme The copyright in the Beatles at Shea Stadium footage is owned by Subafilms Ltd. (an Apple Corps controlled company) and your unauthorised use of our material is a copyright infringement. In order to avoid a "takedown", please confirm you have removed the video within 7 days. Thank you Axxxx Bxxxxxx Apple Corps Ltd." my response: "Hello This 5-min video was edited out of 1 hour of concert footage with Fair-Use criteria in mind. It is transformative, uses only small portion of the original material and meant to work as a social commentary. My account is not enabled for monetizaton and the sound portion is used with permission from Cooking Vinyl/ Merlin (because it is unedited)." The video was taken down. I submitted "dispute". It was rejected by the Apple Corps. Then I appealed to YouTube. 1 month later YouTube responded with the following: "Hello, In accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, we've completed processing your counter-notification. This content has been restored. Your account will not be penalized. Regards, The YouTube Copyright Team" ---------- ---------- see this edit with original sound: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r637_u4vRnc see the version with intro by Rudetube's Alex Zane: http://youtu.be/jfQD0sV6flc *i didn't try to match mouth movements perfectly, it was not my intention to fool anyone. the idea behind the editing is that the beatles' fans didn't give a !#@& what exactly the band was singing and also that in my opinion the beatles have big influence on modern music, especially big beat.
Very first version of SMBU with a Sheila Chandra vocal taken from her song called Nana (The Dreaming)
Blur Song 2 mixed with The Prodigy - Smack my Bitch up. Enjoy!