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One Direction - Story Of My Life

Friday, 24th January, 2014 9:38am
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One Direction - Story Of My Life

Niall in a still from the YouTube clip.

One Direction - Story Of My Life

Niall in a still from the YouTube clip.

One Direction - Story Of My Life (shred) by SamRick.

The lads of One Direction can sing better than this, can’t they?

Of course they can. We know that. Still, it’s a laugh to hear Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Zayn Malik, Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan with their voices below par.

Sam and Rick have shredded the clip and replaced the vocals of Story of My Life with... this!

Shredding, for those who aren’t in the know (like me), involves taking, according to a website I found, “footage from musician’s performance, and dubs new audio in sync with lip and instrument movements to create a hilarious remix”.

 

 

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