Kickass Cover

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The aptly-nicknamed Deb "Spoons" Perry, best known as a contestant on Australia's Got Talent, turns in an impressive spoon cover of the Black Keys' "Lonely Boy."

Also, she feeds some kangaroos. As you do.

[hypervocal.]

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It's unlikely that anyone will ever top Walk Off The Earth's cover of Gotye and Kimbra's "Somebody That I Used To Know," but the sensational Scott Bradlee gave it his best shot as part of his Postmodern Jukebox series.

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The three-kid Children Medieval Band, whose members are 5, 8 and 10 years old, covers "Sonne," by German industrial metal legends Rammstein.

A parent/manager writes:

Only 5 yrs and 8 mo, Cornelia is helping her older brother and sister to record one of their favorite songs. Rammstein has some amazing compositions, likeable to younger kids too.

Exactly. It is a mystery why Kidz Bop has never released a version of "Du Hast."

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Mondays suck -- so here are Nicki Bluhm and the Gramblers covering Hall and Oates' "I Can't Go for That (No Can Do)" while riding around in a van.

[b3ta.]

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A traditional Chinese zither called a guzheng and Adele's "Rolling in the Deep" make beautiful music together.

[thanks joanna!]

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"Big Head Todd" Park Mohr performs a bluesy rendition of LMFAO's "Sexy and I Know It" at Kink FM's Bing Lounge.

[reddit.]

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Lights Out: And I wonder / When I sing along with you / If everything could ever feel this real forever / If anything could ever be this good again.

[foofighters.] 

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Early Bird Special: A NYC subway busker performs the hell out of Adele's "Someone Like You."

[refinery29 / thanks anon!]

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Street Art of the Day: Spokane busker Bryson Andres employs an electric violin and a loop pedal in his kickass cover of OneRepublic's "Secrets."

[thd.]

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Awesomeness Runs In The Family of the Day: Video artist Dicken Schrader rubs his sensational child-rearing skills in all our faces by enlisting the help of his kickass kids Milah and Korben in covering Depeche Mode’s "Everything Counts."

[dpaf.]

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Kickass Cover Mashup of the Day: Luc Bergeron AKA Zapatou mashes up 71  covers of Adele's "Rolling in the Deep" from all around the world.

A full list of links to the original covers can be found in the video's description.

(As you're watching this and enjoying yourself keep in mind that this is the exact sort of thing

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