Weirdest Beatles cover ever by creepy Hungarian ventrilo-choir


27 Responses to “Weirdest Beatles cover ever by creepy Hungarian ventrilo-choir”

  1. huck says:

    unicorn chaser, please!

  2. boomer0127 says:

    This is more a bizarro video than a weird cover – Laibach pwns Beatles covers. Here is a link to Get Back on youtube:

    But IMHO their crowning achievement in Beatles covers is their version of One After 909. Oh my. Never want it to end.

    They do a great version of the Stones’ Sympathy for the Devil (actually sounds like the devil narrating) and Queen’s One Vision, too.

    • jawsy says:

      That Laibach cover is amazing. I’ve been meaning to listen to them and that just gave me more than enough reason to get on it.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for the nightmares!
    It looks like the big dummies are going to cut the little dummies hair in the rain.

  4. Intersection says:

    When those puppets get too old to perform they are murdered and left in an ally…

  5. Anonymous says:

    :-D That’s it!

  6. MaxLamer says:

    Just a correction: while the show was recorded in Hungary (it was a Jay Leno-like late night TV show, called Friderikusz show, named after the host, Mr Friderikusz (bio in Hungarian here:, the choir is from NBC, from the Conan O’Brien show.
    Looking at the comments, I understand why they do not perform too often on his show :-)

  7. Anonymous says:

    Do not watch this while high.

    It will freak you right the fuck out.

    Uh, at least that’s what I’ve heard.

  8. skeletoncityrepeater says:

    Laibach is worthy of a few posts themselves.. haha.. they are one of the best conceptual and political bands (though not as ear-friendly as the Clash), and they, like the Clash, do a lot of covers for fun or for symbolic reasons. to quote Mute Records:

    “By remolding The Beatles’ least successful LP [Let It Be] in their own image, they were in essence paralleling the disintegration of pop’s utopian dream contrasting it with the accelerating disintegration of Tito’s dream of a single multi-cultural Yugoslavia.”

    They are pretty cool, and the only Slovenes you will probably hear of in the US.

    Also, those puppets are not cool at all.

  9. Bonnie says:

    The Ventrilo-choir were Conan regulars. In fact, Conan had them document that trip to Budapest and their appearance on that show for his Late Night Show here:

  10. Anonymous says:

    так странно

  11. Quasimondo says:

    Is that a blonde Michael Jackson doll?

  12. boomer0127 says:

    I should have said Laibach does MANY great versions of Sympathy for the Devil.

    Covers aside, they have some great original music too.

  13. Torgo3K says:

    THIS is the next Rick Roll.

  14. caipirina says:

    that indeed was weird …

  15. Antinous / Moderator says:

    Suddenly, clowns don’t seem so bad.

  16. koeneman says:

    Not sure what’s more creepy: the people or the puppets.

  17. Anonymous says:

    dear God there’s is a room in hell where this belong!!

  18. Anonymous says:

    What’s with the Conan reference?

  19. readbot42 says:

    Thanks, I’ll have nightmares. ;-]

  20. frogworth says:

    Pretty clear they’re not Hungarian – they’re an American group who travelled to Hungary.

    Puppets singing out of tune. Mmmmm.

  21. Teller says:

    So wonderfully deranged.

  22. pupdog says:

    Yeah, this’ll pop back up in a nightmare soon. Thanks, Xeni. Can’t sleep, creepy puppets will sing to me.

  23. nandorocker says:


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