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Kids from Music Academies cover Forty-Six and Two by Tool

So here I was, sitting and minding my own business and thinking, “Man, you know what? There aren’t enough videos of kids covering songs about Jungian angles on the potential evolution of mankind.” Then, without warning, I came across this video, with “Rock Angel” (dig the shirt) singing about picking scabs and stepping through the shadow–and I found myself torn between admiring the band for totally killing it and feeling vaguely uncomfortable that a kid that young is singing Maynard.

Make up your own mind. That all being said, I’d love to see this crew tackle “Third Eye.” Because as long as we’re going deep into Tool territory, let’s take the submersible to crushing depths, yes?

The man behind this madness is Aaron O’Keefe. He can instruct your kids how to smash the living shit out of a drum kit, that’s apparent.

And speaking of School of Rock, prepare to feel terribly old: they just had a ten-year reunion.

By | 2017-09-24T22:27:13+00:00 September 24th, 2013|Stimuli|0 Comments

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