Listen to this Broadway version Limp Bizkit’s Break Stuff
We all know we only use about 10 per cent of our brain. It can often be overwhelming to try to grasp the sheer amount of human talent that goes unused – the pictures that go unpainted, the songs unsung, potentially better than all of man’s collective achievements to date.
To YouTube, then, where user There, I Ruined It has made a mockery of the moon landing, the reading of the human genetic code and the splitting of the atom combined, and brought us a Broadway version of Limp Bizkit’s Break Stuff.
Other works in the There, I Ruined It collection include a bluegrass take on System Of A Down’s Chop Suey!, Aerosmith’s Walk This Way interpreted through polka, and a Christmas version of Billy Idol’s Dancing With Myself.
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