we did this back in August. now’s as good a time as any to have you all hear this live cover.
(we collectively decided that the song was better as a JT song rather than a Jay-Z…whatever he did, so this reflects that. ENJOY!)
James Franco and Seth Rogan Do Kanye West’s Bound 2: See it Side by Side
reblog this for Seth Rogen. Franco is great, but this is all Rogen.
i wouldn’t have ever watched the Kanye video had no one put these side by side.
i still don’t understand people’s fascination with Mr. West.
this was already one of my favorite songs… this is a sweet arrangement of it; it’s so weighty!
hmmm… not sure how to answer this one at all.
i’m going to go with Gustav Holst’s The Planets. One of my favorite musical works that happens to incorporate all of the known worlds of Holst’s time; my favorite WORLK
The Little Country proved a fantastic read. another great recommendation from my girlfriend. the things said of the purpose and power of music kind of focused me a bit in all the right ways. surprisingly spiritual in nature as well. loved it.
For those unfamiliar with World Order, they are a unique Japanese band created in 2009 by former mixed martial artist, Genki Sudo, that incorporate music, slow-motion and classy suits into a pure blend of auditory and visual awesomeness.
They’ve previously been highlighted on The Huffington Post in 2011 and 2012, and are finally back in 2013 with an all new track and music video entitled “Welcome To Tokyo.” Click play to take in their latest, and possibly greatest, work above. (via Huffington Post)