Well, it’s finally over.
My search for the greatest thing the Internet could ever produce ended Tuesday, June 24th at approximately 11:30 CST. It was at this time that I found Chris Thrash’s rendition of ‘Love In This Club,’ by Usher, performed by ‘Rock-a-Fire Explosion,’ a set of robots that were originally built for a kids fun center called Showbiz Pizza Place.
I cried, first as a result of laughter. And then because I realized that for the first time in my life, I had witnessed true beauty.
The world is in ruins, gas is 4.46 a gallon in the Midwest, and our sense of good is slowly being dissolved. But when I watch this video, I feel safe.
Check out the video after the jump!
LOVE IN THIS CLUB from ( *_* ) on Vimeo.
It’s a lot to take in, but here are a few things you should keep a look out for in this video.
1 ) The cockatrice doing the crack-head shuffle in the garbage can.
2 ) Sun and moon, singing together as friends.
3 ) Singing drummer.
4 ) The bear with one tooth is surrounded by moonshine and assuredly tripping his balls off thanks to a lead base bathtub.
5 ) When the Gorilla has a piano solo, his band mates happily watch him.
6 ) The blonde bear behind the cheerleader is wearing some sort of metallic diaper and has a perm.
7 ) The puppet that does the rap break has a unibrow and his puppeteer is doing all of the ‘Oh’s’ and ‘Yas!’ during his section.
All credit to Chris Thrash, the world’s greatest robot programming cover band musician.