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(YouTube)   Michael Jackson's 'Billie Jean' played on beer bottles is simply intoxicating   ( divider line 17
    More: Cool, Michael Jackson, beer bottles, Billie Jean, Party Rock Anthem, reverb, iTunes  
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2708 clicks; posted to Video » on 02 Jun 2014 at 8:20 AM (1 year ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

Michael Jackson on Beer Bottles
Bottle Boys playing Michael Jackson's Billie Jean on bottles! Follow us: | | | | | | Hi everybody! Once again it is time for BOTTLE MONDAY (last monday of the month) which means, that a new video is released! We are so excited for this one, because we simply just LOVE Michael Jackson. Billie Jean is a really great song and it is perfect for trying out our new technique: double bottle playing. The dentists don't recommend this we can assure! ;-D Nerdtalk: We decided to make the video in a church because of the nice reverb. For recording we used two Neumann km184 stereo mics with Apogee Duet :-) At the moment we are insanely busy with a lot of concerts (a lot of them abroad), mainly because of our youtube videos, and for that we are truly grateful!! So thank you everybody for supporting us:-D Also Thanks to Mariendal Kirke for letting us film in the beautiful church. We really hope you like this video and that you'll share it with the rest of the world:-D Have a nice day everybody!!! Get our version of Party Rock Anthem - Bottle Remix:​rock-anthem-bottle-remix/id869790376?i=8​69790380&l=da If you want to book the band for a performance please contact us on | | | | | |
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