Musical Opposites Come Together in Killer Mashup
You might consider two bands like Wham and Slayer pretty much musical opposites, Wham being the soft-rock top 40 of the eighties and Slayer one of the heroes of thrash metal. That's why it's surprising to hear how well two songs from these bands blend together so well...
Bill Withers+Pantera+Ted Nugent=Killer Mashup
Some of those mashups of songs from completely different genres are complete train wrecks. Some of them on the other hand, work surprisingly well. Take the classic Bill Withers tune 'Use Me', add vocals from Pantera's 'Mouth For War', and throw in a little guitar solo flavor…
Another Killer Mashup-The Devil’s Highway
Take two of my favorite bands-Van Halen and AC/DC, two of their best songs-'Runnin' With the Devil' and 'Highway to Hell', use clever audio and video editing, put them together and what do you get? Only one of the best mashups of all time from You Tuber Wax Audio...
Earth, Sand & Fire Is The Best Mashup You’ll See Today
If you spend any time at all on the internet, you have probably run across a mashup or two. Some are okay, some are pretty good, and some are just plain bad. Here's one that is outstanding. It's from DJ Cumberbund and it's a cross between Earth, Wind & Fire and Metallica. En..…
Metallica Jazzes Up ‘Enter Sandman’ [VIDEO]
Okay, here's another one that was bound to happen. I'm talking about another 'remix' version of a classic tune by the outstanding Andy Rehfeldt, where he takes a video and adds different music.
This time, it's a smooth jazz version of 'Enter Sandman.' Rock on!
Mary Poppins Like You’ve Never Heard Before [VIDEO]
If you're as old as I am, you probably remember Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke in the classic 'Mary Poppins.' No childhood was complete without it.
These days, with the internet being what it is, for sure some creative soul was bound to take that childhood classic and breathe some new life into it.
Introducing AC/Bee Gees [VIDEO]
Mashups can be pretty clever, when you take two songs, usually from different genres, and edit them together to create something new. Here's one from the folks at Wax Audio, and it's gold!

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