This is absolutely the best thing I've seen for ages (thanks, John). The after-school percussion group at Minnetonka High School, Minneapolis, rehearsed for months and can now play two tracks from DJ Shadow's 'Endtroducing' album. The music was arranged by 25 year-old geographer/law student/vibraslap enthusiast Brian Udelhofen, who teaches the group. The Shadow Percussion Project links to this amazing video [65mb WMV] of the group's live performance in May 2005. They play 'Building Steam with a Grain of Salt' and 'Changeling'. What's amazing is how much like the record they sound (given the rather fuzzy audio), at least on 'Building Steam'. The drummers recreate the glitchy MPC-60 loop editing pretty much perfectly. Medals all round. Meanwhile, at the other end of the legal scale, you may find a very cool torrent on your local filesharing network called 'Dj Shadow - Endtroducing Sample Sources', which contains 36 tracks, from Metallica to Billy Cobham, that were used on the album.
UPDATE: The video is now HERE at the Internet Archive. Let me know if you have any problems.
UPDATE: 67MB is a hell of a big file, isn't it? Here's the first minute of 'Building Steam', squeezed down to: 2mb WMV and 1mb WMV.
PREVIOUSLY: More cool videos: Amazing kid dancing to Kraftwerk / Funny superdork animation / Franz Ferdinand wasting time / McRorie / Double neck guitar dork / Crazy synth freakout / The endless joy of loops /