Friday, April 8

This Inverted Recording Of "All-Star" By Smash Mouth Is Really Strange

Everyone and their mother is familiar with the tune "All Star" by Smash Mouth. You couldn't escape it when it was released in the late 90s, and it still pops up from time to time on radio stations and at community pools and bar mitzvahs.

For whatever reason, YouTuber dotflist decided to record a cover version of the song. But instead of simply covering it, he says every line backwards. So, instead of "All that glitters is gold," you get "gold is glitters that are." Does it make sense? Not at all. Is it enjoyable? Sure, a little bit. Do we need to question why this was even done in the first place? Absolutely.

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