Maybe this has been seen before but it is quite new to me. And maybe I'm in the mood for really off the wall stuff right now. Or could it be that I am in what Billy Joel famously called a "New York State of Mind"? Whatever the heck that is, I am laughing so hard now and it is not that the performance is bad. It's not! Weird? Yes! But very entertaining nevertheless.
It is the surrealism of seeing The Red Army Choir, perhaps the most prestigious vocal group in Russia, singing Southern rock band, Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Sweet Home Alabama" in English along with The Leningrad Cowboys, which is a Finnish rock band, famous for its humorous songs and concerts.
This is the most fun I've had watching a YouTube video since that "Leave Britney Alone" kid made me laugh for like 5 days straight. I'm not exaggerating. Ok, maybe a tiny bit.
The Red Army Choir & The Leningrad Cowboys
lourdes sanchez bayas — April 1, 2008 — Pop Culture