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Classic Computers Cover Classic Rock

"Break on Through" to the past, apparently.

  • Covering songs with the assistance of household objects is certainly something that's been done on YouTube time and time again, and yet, it somehow never gets old -- unless we're talking about songs being covered by old computers.

    This particular cover of The Doors' classic "Break On Through (To the Other Side)," which does indeed skillfully utilize old computers for instrumentals, has two iterations -- one with just instrumentals and one with a robotic speech program talking through the lyrics, the latter of which drives home even further just how unique and specialized this version of the song is.

    Uploader bd594 is no stranger to old school computer remixes, with his 2012 Gotye cover drawing nearly four million views.

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