Carly Rae Jepsen, that girl behind the 2012 LSS-inducing, parody-spawning track "Call Me Maybe," is now back with a vengeance in the form of another catchy song called "I Really Like You."
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On the other end of the music spectrum, we have riff-heavy, head-bangin' melodies, like this song from Nine Inch Nails:
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Titled "Head Like a Hole," that song came from Nine Inch Nails' 1990 album Pretty Hate Machine and, as you can hear, it's waaay different than any of Carly Rae Jepsen's "feel good" and upbeat pop songs.
So when we heard that Vimeo user yepimthetoaster had created a mash-up of the two songs called "I Really Like A Hole" we were like:
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We readied our ears for audio torture...but were pleasantly disappointed. It actually sounded good—good enough that we'll shamelessly admit that we pressed the play button more than once!
You can thank us later:
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Who would've have thought, right?
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