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INTENSE: Old Spice Interactive Muscle Music Cacophony

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This is an interactive video of former NFL player and current actor Terry Crews with a bunch of electrodes attached to his various muscle groups that allegedly activate various musical instruments. He plays for a little while, but afterwards you can record your own jam by mashing the buttons on your keyboard like a crazy person. Are the electrodes ACTUALLY playing the instruments? I doubt it. I've been wrong before though. Granted that was a single question on a multiple choice test in college that I didn't fully erase my other bubble for, but still, the Scantron machine marked it wrong.

Hit the jump, watch a lunatic yell and flex for 75-seconds, then get your just-the-right-amount-of-homoerotic one-man jam-band on.

Thanks to IuseSpeedstick and Jaime, one of which uses Speedstick, the other...Secret? Burt's Bees? That weird f***ing crystal you rub in your pits? I give up, just tell me.

There are Comments.
  • Guest

    How do I play it?!?!?!?! I watch the video and it just ends..

  • Where the damn can i find this game !

  • WACOMalt

    It's at least partially fake. But I'm sure you all knew that. Look at his left hand and forearm when he flexes.

    Where do you go to do the thing where you control it with the keyboard? I cant find it.

  • BillGatesIsYourDaddy

    I don't think I will ever come back to this link ever again. too freaky

  • Lee

    Scared the fuck outta me when he kept talking after the music.

  • Someone please make a game of thrones cover with this!

  • Andrew St. Andrew

    haha sausages

  • n_a_a_s

    the uncensored version of this shows those him using those sticky sensors attached all over his balls

  • $18922249

    For what it's worth...

    Use 'H', 'B', 'N' and "apostrophe" to play along with DMX on "Rough Rider Anthem". Don't ask me why I know this.

    Just open this guy in a new tab, and enjoy.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...

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