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Is This The Craziest Marital Fight Video Of All Time?

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They say love is never hurting someone where they are most vulnerable. This video excerpt depicts the worst case scenario; two people striking each other where it hurts the most. Watch to the end for the coup de grace.

We at Noho Sound recommend a softer approach to resolving marital differences. For example, the traditional IKEA vase or Muji T-shirt are easily replaceable after making up, Couture and tube amplifiers are not.

Watch the video for yourself:

Have you seen or heard of a marital spat more vengeful than this?

Please share in the comments below.

Is This The Best Cover of A-ha's "Take On Me" Of All Time?

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Is this the best cover of A-ha's "Take On Me" of all time? That depends on how many covers of it you've heard. We're big fans of covers, at least co-founder Alex Roy is, so we've done the heavy lifting for you and found some more of them, ranging from jazzy to metal.

Let's start with the original 80's classic:

Then we've got this fun acoustic version by Seven Handle Circus from New Orleans:

And then you have this which could almost be by Fishbone, but is by another band with "fish" in it, Reel Big Fish:

How about a very 80's-style metal cover by a very Nordic metal band called Northern Kings?

If that soft metal cover wasn't metal enough for you, here's a speed metal version from Triphon. Starts heavier than it ends:

Sadly for the cover bands, it seems that the best cover us actually the acoustic version by the original A-ha for MTV unplugged. Yes, we know it's not really a cover, but it's certainly the loveliest version:

Who Is The Best Subway Performer Who Should Be Playing At Noho Sound?

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What is the best subway musical performance of all time? We're located in lower Manhattan, which means not only do we get to take a lot of subway rides, we get to take a lot of different subway lines. If you're headed to midtown, there are at least four different trains one can take. Which means on any given day, one can hear five different musical performances. Sometimes we come across something crazy.

But I've never heard anything as incredible as this rendition of Fleetwood Mac's "Landslide", shot in Chicago last year:

The performer is Slim Freedom, and totally deserves as much love as possible.

And then you've got these guys:

I started poking around Youtube and couldn't believe how good some of these subway performers are:

And then there's Mr. Reed, who is a genius:

Who is the best performer who deserves to move from the subway to Noho Sound? Please let is know in the comments.