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Macaulay Culkin's Pizza-Themed Band Release Video


The entertainment world was rocked when it was revealed that Macaulay Culkin was in a pizza-themed Velvet Underground Parody band entitled - of course - The Pizza Underground, but previously we only had the...strange...audio to entertain us.

Now, however, you can take in the full sensory experience as they have released this video featuring them taking on a medley of three Velvet Underground tracks - with the lyrics reinterpreted to feature, naturally, pizza - shot in a pizza fantasy world.

What would Lou Reed have made of this? He might have thought it was brilliant. Or terrible. We have no idea either, so just watch for yourself, and enjoy the site of Macaulay playing a trumpet-sized kazoo with a pizza on his face.



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