WTF

In 2010, Peaches dropped "My Dumps," a parody of Alanis Morissette's parody of Black Eyed Peas' "My Humps." That's right, we are talking parody inception here, people! Check out the insane video here.
Barack Obama flexed his pipes alongside B.B King on "Sweet Home Chicago." Well the United STUD of America is back, this time to pimp to the beat of LMFAO's "Sexy and I Know It."
A number of artists and remixes took place in some epic April 1st pranks that were posted on SoundCloud. LA Music Blog, The Guard was there to uncover them. Check it out here!
Do YOU want to give Kramer a run for his money when it comes to dancing to dubstep? Well now you can, with the new instruction DVD set, "How to Dance to Dubstep Vol. 1," courtesy of "your boy T J Lazer!" (aka filmaker/musician Mike Diva).
T Mills releases his new single "Vans On." Despite the track being #1 most added at American Pop Radio, The Guard points out that this guy is an utter douche.
Thanks for tuning into The Guard's "When Emo/Metal Bands Go Wrong!" -- broadcasting only the epicest of Video Fails to frequent the blogosphere!
Turns out Seinfield's Cosmo Kramer discovered Skrillex long before our G-rents... just check out this hilarious video of a 90s Kramer being plunged into the unfolding world of Skrillex's "Scary Monsters And Nice Sprites."
A Burlington, Ontario band by the name of Walk Off the Earth have just dropped a mind-bendingly brilliant cover of The Guard fav Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know." Not only are their vocals top notch, not only is the arrangement fantastic -- the greatest part of all is that it is created by five people, all plucking, strumming and hitting one poor, poor acoustic guitar...
Titus Andronicus just uploaded a cover of Lana Del Rey's "Video Games" to YouTube. The cover followed on from a 140-character confessional via Twitter, where he lamented to followers that he had "BEEN THE MAN IN THAT SONG."
A video fail is good for whenever you need a little cheering up at the expense of someone else's misery. Especially if that someone else is Nickelback. To chase those holiday blues away, enjoy some videos of the Canadian cockrockers everyone loves to hate getting dissed.
In the mood for a video fail? Check out pop singer Leona Lewis's latest single -- a cover of Nine Inch Nails' heroin-inspired classic, "Hurt." Yeah, you read right: "X-Factor" winner Leona Lewis has covered the most depressing song ever.

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