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Bullet for My Valentine vs. Lady Gaga – Mash-Ups You Need to Hear

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Bullet for My Valentine may want to make you mosh, but did you ever think you’d might want to go clubbing to their music as well? The Welsh rockers find the title track of their ‘Scream, Aim, Fire’ surprisingly matched up well with the electronic groove of Lady Gaga‘s club favorite, ‘Just Dance.’

DJ Schmolli is the mixer behind this mash-up, nimbly placing Matt Tuck‘s aggressive in-your-face vocals over a Gaga’s catchy beat. And while the pop star’s groove plays under most of the song, there’s still ample space for listeners to rock out when Bullet for My Valentine’s guitar solo kicks in. In fact, things flip with Gaga finally getting some vocal action over some blistering riffs. ‘Scream Aim Dance’ is truly a bizarre pairing, but one that works for this exercise.

Next Mash-Up: Zep Boys

Listen to Bullet for My Valentine Vs. Lady Gaga’s ‘Scream Aim Dance’

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