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Acapella

Knew You Were Trouble A Capella

Knew You Were Trouble A Capella

Walk Off the Earth, the talent behind the one guitar Gotye song, is back with an acapella rendition of Taylor Swift’s pop ditty. KRNFX’s beatboxing complements it nicely. (Thanks Christopher!)

Teenage Dream A Capella

Teenage Dream A Capella

Matt Mulholland covers Katy Perry’s Teenage Dream by sampling and looping his voice to mimic the accompanying musical instruments. His skill is equaled only by his majestic T-shirt.

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The Simpsons A Capella

The Simpsons A Capella

Nick McKaig pays tribute to the opening theme song of The Simpsons, orchestrating more than thirty parts with only his voice. And he doesn’t look the least bit silly as he makes all those noises.

A Capella Thong Song

A Capella Thong Song

Do we think that Matt Mulholland does Cisqo’s Thong Song better than the original in this amusing cover? We plead the fifth on that one, but either way here’s four minutes of zen coming at you.

I Can’t Stop (A Capella Cover)

I Can’t Stop (A Capella Cover)

Wowza. Props to Youtube user (and TA fan) AaronicStuff  who made this acapella cover of Flux Pavillion’s I Can’t Stop without the use of any professional microphones or recording gear.

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