17 thoughts on “lev and thumpbot play "crazy"

  1. I have no idea which “Crazy” is supposed to be familiar…

    * “Crazy” (Willie Nelson song) (1961), by Willie Nelson, popularized by Patsy Cline
    * “Crazy” (Icehouse song) (1987), by Australian rock group Icehouse
    * “Crazy” (The Boys song) (1990), by American R&B quartet The Boys
    * “Crazy” (Seal song) (1991), by soul artist Seal
    * “Crazy” (Julio Iglesias album) (1994), by Julio Iglesias (cover songs & duets)
    * “Crazy” (Aerosmith song) (1994), by American hard rock band Aerosmith
    * “(You Drive Me) Crazy” (1999), by American pop singer Britney Spears
    * “Crazy” (Leah Haywood song) (2000), by Australian singer Leah Haywood
    * “Crazy” (Dream song) (2003), the last single by girl group Dream
    * “Crazy” (Simple Plan song) (2004), by French Canadian pop punk band Simple Plan
    * “Crazy” (Kevin Federline song) (2006), by Kevin Federline featuring Britney Spears
    * “Crazy” (Gnarls Barkley song) (2006), by Gnarls Barkley
    * “Crazy” (Lumidee Song) (2007), by Lumidee featuring Pitbull
    * “Crazy” (Snoop Dogg song), by American rapper Snoop Dogg
    * “Crazy” (K-Ci and JoJo song) (2001), by American R&B duo K-Ci and JoJo

  2. That’d be a great set list for a very brave band, Sean. Actually, if someone can find or make multitrack MIDI files for all these songs, I’ll get Lev and Thumpbot to play them all in a row.

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  4. WOW! This is probably one of the coolest musical instruments *ever*.

    I can only imagine what Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata would sound like.

  5. Anyone that can’t recognise this tune must be either deaf or facing some other big challenges in life.
    Think that sean barret guy is just looking for attention (don’t worry sean, your parents really did love you).

    I think this is the absolute coolest sound i’ve ever heard. Its a pity those pop star people get their 5 minutes of fame even though they are all absolute losers and projects like this are kept in the closet. I suppose mass consumption really does degrade mankind.

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