The Beatles Sing “Smack My Bitch Up”

It’s an unusual combination but YouTuber pleaseunhelpme has mashed together visuals from a Beatles concert at Shea Stadium, New York in 1965 with the audio from the song “Smack My Bitch Up” by The Prodigy. It works surprisingly well. Hell it’s Friday, you’re here and you sure as heck don’t feel like working so you may as well see the video.

You’ll remember that the original “Smack My Bitch Up” music video caused quite a furore back in ’97. Feminist groups in the U.S. weren’t altogether happy its message seemingly encouraging violence against women (the irony), vandalism, vomiting, drunk driving, and drug use. Reminisce about those interesting times after the jump.


Wu Tang vs The Beatles

British music producer Tom Caruana at Tea Sea Records has combined a cappella tracks from Wu Tang and samples from The Beatles songs into an epic mashup album entitled Enter The Magical Mystery Chambers.

I’m not sure how legal this is, but hell, it’s Friday, so we can throw caution to the fokken wind. Download the remix album for free at – you’ll need to register on the site (it’s free to join) before getting a link to the album, which is around 190 160 MB. I’ll get this from home, but if you’ve used your work bandwidth to get a hold of it, let us know what it’s like.

[via Wezzo]

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Beatle Juice

Found at The Triumph of Bullshit.

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Birthday Girls & Boys – 12th January


Hello and welcome to a hard boiled wonderland um I mean a whole new week. If today is your birthday, I hope that it’s a really good, stress-free Monday, either that, or you’re still on holiday. You lucky bastards. You share your birthday with some very famous people including our own Groot Krokodil, transcendental guru Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, and my favourite Japanese author Haruki Murakami.

Also born on the 12th of January are:

  • 1856 – John Singer Sargent, American portrait artist
  • 1876 – Jack London, American author of White Fang, Call of the Wild, and other rugged stories of life in American frontier states.
  • 1893 – Hermann Göring, German Nazi official, the “heir” to Hitler’s Germany, and commander of the formidable Luftwaffe.
  • 1916 – Pieter Willem Botha, farm boy, Boer commando, South African prime minister and executive state president, all around ring-wing Afrikaner nationalist and Nazi sympathizer. He also refused to testify at the TRC.
  • 1917 – Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Indian spiritualist and teacher of transcendental meditation to the Beatles, and countless numbers of hippy students in India, China, USA, Mexico, and the UK.
  • 1923 – Ira Hayes, Pima Native American, US Marine during WWII, and one of six United States service men immortalized in the iconic photograph of the flag raising on Iwo Jima.
  • 1949 – Haruki Murakami, Japanese author of the incredibly profound The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle (one of the most amazing books I have ever read), and many other wonderful books.
  • 1951 – Kirstie Alley, fat again, thin again, fat again American actress.
  • 1965 – Rob Zombie or Robert Bartleh Cummings, American heavy metal musician, founder of White Zombie, successful solo artist, and director of films such as House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects.
  • 1966 – Olivier Martinez, sexy (ish) French actor, and on again, off again lover of Kylie Minogue.
  • 1968 – Heather Mills, painful ex-wife of the even more painful (and least talented Beatle) Paul McCartney.

Thanks for the info Wikipedia.

Let me know if you’d like me to add a friend, family member or little ol’ you to our daily birthday lists of (famous) people. Mail me names, years of birth, and what makes you or them famous.