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    Filed at 10:39 am under by dcobranchi

    This is just horrible. Celine Dione covers AC/DC.

    9 Responses to “ONE FOR CHRIS”


    Comment by
    christine
    December 24th, 2006
    at 10:45 am

    I can’t bring myself to play it. Hopefully COD won’t either, if he is sane today.


    Comment by
    Val
    December 24th, 2006
    at 11:03 am

    Daryl, did you actually watch the whole thing? I got through about 10 seconds and couldn’t take it any longer.
    Val


    Comment by
    COD
    December 24th, 2006
    at 11:27 am

    I lasted about 5 words into her vocals. That sound you hear is Bon Scott spinning in his grave – and he didn’t even have anything to do with the song.


    Comment by
    Daryl Cobranchi
    December 24th, 2006
    at 1:19 pm

    Daryl, did you actually watch the whole thing?

    I forced myself to, sacrificing my hearing and possibly my sanity along the way. That has to be the worst music video ever recorded.


    Comment by
    Bonnie
    December 24th, 2006
    at 3:45 pm

    Um. Yikes.


    Comment by
    don
    December 24th, 2006
    at 11:25 pm

    And to think people actually paid money to see that.

    btw, I made it 0:58 into it but then I started violently retching. They should use this video on Fear Factor.


    Comment by
    Gem
    December 25th, 2006
    at 8:52 pm

    Who’s the other chick?


    Comment by
    freerangelife
    December 25th, 2006
    at 10:08 pm

    Speaking as someone who normally goes as far out of her way as necessary to avoid hearing Celine Dione songs (and that genre of music in general), and at the same time speaking as someone who has had a couple or something cups of glögg, I would say this is the least painful and therefore most enjoyable Celine Dion performance I have ever witnessed.


    Comment by
    Daryl Cobranchi
    December 26th, 2006
    at 5:18 am

    That reminds me of a story I heard a long time ago. One doctor, who left a LOT to be desired in the skills department, was retiring and a second, much better, doctor was asked to speak at his retirement party.

    Good doctor, not wanting to lie, said “If you knew him as I know him, you would esteem him as I esteem him.”