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Watch this guy play Killing In The Name on a shovel

“F*ck you I won’t do what you tell me” – this guy, when someone told him about the very specific purpose of shovels.

Rob Scallon, a hilarious YouTube musician, has managed to perform a version of Rage Against The Machine’s angsty anthem ‘Killing In The Name’ using only a shovel.

Well, kind of. It’s a one-string, fretless shovel guitar suped-up by fellow YouTube genius Bob Clagett of I Like To Make Stuff. Learn how he made it below:

(And if you want to see the greatest-ever use of a shovel in human history, click here)

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