The Tetris theme, it can't be denied, is one of the best video game musical tracks of all time. It was nicked unashamedly from a Russian folk tune called "Korobeiniki," and it gets stuck in your head like an icepick.
Of course, we've heard a million variations. But YouTube user Smooth McGroove -- a former music teacher who quit to make a capella covers of video game music full time -- has taken it on and made possibly the best thing September will have to offer.
As he does with all of his videos, Smooth McGroove has laid down eight vocal tracks (with some whistling) to create a wonderfully complex rendition of "Korobeiniki." And now we're going to have it stuck in our heads all week. Thank you very much, Smooth McGroove, even if isn't your real name. (It isn't. His real name is Max Gleason. Just sayin'.)
(Source: Crave Australia)