With a hat tip to my new Vimeo friend Justin Lincoln, here is one of the best songs from one of my favorite bands, adjusted to a major key. I have no idea how they did this, but it is fucking incredible.

Weirdly enough, and REM fans back me up on this, it sounds like it could be a track from Green.


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  1. jpr reblogged this from globochem and added:
    Here is “Losing my Religion" by REM adjusted from being in a minor key to being in a major key. And it is super weird.
  2. thegreenmobius reblogged this from merlin and added:
    If this doesn’t blow your mind, smoke a bowl, then try again.
  3. almightysempai reblogged this from kayfabe
  4. kayfabe reblogged this from merlin
  5. brain reblogged this from merlin and added:
    Absolutely brilliant!
  6. sadstatueofliberty reblogged this from kellyqehudson
  7. eternallyanna reblogged this from rachyrock
  8. evanfordebarden reblogged this from toyns and added:
    weird.
  9. sprayonskin reblogged this from quiddle and added:
    This is bizarre and sort of awesome.
  10. vector-nyu reblogged this from fandomslut
  11. gitesh reblogged this from the816 and added:
    This is an incredible mindfuck to listen to.
  12. hardlikealgebra reblogged this from merlin and added:
    THIS IS BREAKING MY BRAIN.
  13. ninety6tears reblogged this from fandomslut
  14. fandomslut reblogged this from sharpless
  15. secondguessmedia reblogged this from merlin and added:
    Wow. I mean, wow!
  16. sharpless reblogged this from merlin
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  19. transientrandom reblogged this from merlin and added:
    shiny happy people.
  20. evertonamorim reblogged this from kellyqehudson
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  23. johnbiggs reblogged this from merlin and added:
    Major scale Losing My Religion
  24. shoesandsocks reblogged this from merlin and added:
    The best chord is that C chord that’s half way to a D chord; you need it to play “Hotel Womb.”