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Riffs: Does all music sound better slowed down?

By Chris Richards

Welcome to the dog days of August, where everything slows down to a creep. (Including the news cycle. Hence this post!) But one blog's "slow news day" is Click Track's golden opportunity to share some random YouTubery.

In the spirit of slowness, we wanted to post two slowwwww videos we've been obsessing over this summer. Above, watch Joseph Bennett's short film "Kelly's Apollo." It's footage of the Apollo launch set to a super-slowed-down version of Kelly Clarkson's "Since U Been Gone." Now watch it again.

Below lies a video we stumbled upon yesterday: Rush's otherwise insufferable "Tom Sawyer," pitched down into some truly sinister prog-rock molasses.

Rest in peace, DJ Screw.

By Chris Richards  |  August 6, 2010; 12:00 PM ET
Categories:  Riffs  | Tags: Kelly Clarkson, Rush  
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