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Watch No Age Duke it Out in a Video Game Challenge at All Tomorrow's Parties

September 14, 2009 1:06 PM ET

We know No Age's Randy Randall and Dean Allen Spunt are awesome at churning out noisy rock, but what we really wanted to test was their Bust-a-Move and Millipede skills. So we dragged them to an arcade at this past weekend's All Tomorrow's Parties fest in upstate New York to see which bandmate was worthy of winning the most fancy prize we could muster: a nose guard. Click above to watch the entire battle, and don't miss the rest of our ATP coverage:
Flaming Lips Wrap All Tomorrow's Parties After Sets By No Age, Boris (featuring Flaming Lips, Boris and No Age videos)
Animal Collective, Deerhunter, Sufjan Stevens Bring Lullabies and Assaults to All Tomorrow's Parties (featuring Animal Collective and Deerhunter videos)
The Feelies, Dirty Three With Nick Cave Revisit Classic Albums at All Tomorrow's Parties (featuring Dirty Three and Suicide videos)

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