The Smiths Meet Nintendo in 'Super Morrissey Bros.'

Listen to a cover of 'This Charming Man' in the style of 'Super Mario Bros.'

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March 5, 2012 3:45 PM ET

It's sort of amazing that it took this long for some clever person to mash up the Smiths and Super Mario Bros. as Super Morrissey Bros., but it was certainly worth the wait. This Chiptune cover of the Smiths' classic "This Charming Man" is rendered in the style of the original Super Mario Bros. soundtrack and includes sound effects from the original game. It's simple, perfect and remarkably true to the spirit of the song. Listen below!

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