Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Performed With A Single Note

August 14, 2017

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This is a video from musician Rob Scallon of him performing Queen's iconic 'Bohemian Rhapsody' using a single note and 13 seconds of footage. I'm not even going to pretend like I understand what's going on, I'm just going to leave it here. Hopefully somebody falls in love and takes it home. Or sets it on fire and kicks it down a stairwell like I just did my computer chair. "Why would you do that?" It was squeaking. "WD-40." Huh? "WD-40." What the hell are you talking about?

Keep going for the video.

Thanks Rob, and keep up the...interesting work.

  • DutchLion

    I feel strangely suicidal... and they wonder why aliens haven't made first contact yet.

  • Peter

    This whole track sounds like your average chiptune song. And yes, chiptune is a genre that uses mostly or entirely chip-generated tones.

  • kriptikchicken

    I feel strangely suicidal... and they wonder why aliens haven't made first contact yet.

  • GeneralDisorder

    This whole track sounds like your average chiptune song. And yes, chiptune is a genre that uses mostly or entirely chip-generated tones.

  • Richard H Sanford

    It sounds like an old MIDI, like the kind you'd find on the soundtrack of a 90's PC game.

  • Irina Abramovich

    Here I am logging into my other account, under a disguised name, to write about how fat afterooster's wife is:

    I heard afterooster's wife is so fat she once ate 100 tons of Valentine's Day chocolates and then had a fat induced heart attack. She later won a Grammy Award for singing about her story, like Karen Carpenter.=)

    <3 Thomas

    Hubree: You are an inspiration to life, tiny perfect #1 L33T kitten.=)=)=)
    Irina: You're the nicest soulmate anyone could dream of.=)

  • Homestar

    One note, that is not.

  • The_Wretched

    + substantial amounts of autotune.

  • Narcotic

    This dude is incredible at musical instruments (I would recommend his youtube channel) but this should fairly be called one placement on a guitar.
    Also, Happy Ten years (+1week) GW, this has been my homepage for 7 or so years. I'm usually just too lazy to log into disgus and comment lol.

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