There is nothing rather love the feeling of discovering an unheard of unique song - merely ask twin brothers Tim and Fred Williams, who had been documenting their first-time reactions while being attentive to classic hits on YouTube.
For one of their latest (and most hilarious) viral hits, they turned to Phil Collins" iconic "80s track "In The Air Tonight". Their reaction to Dolly Parton's "Jolene" generated a whopping 1.8 million views last month, while their reviews of the Carpenters' "We've Only Just Begun" and opera star Luciano Pavarotti have both earned over half-a-million views.
Two young men have delighted the Internet with their joyous reactions to hearing a Phil Collins classic for the very first time.
When the guys listened to "Jolene" for the first time, they called the track "a banger" and said they appreciated the story-telling.
Watch the excerpt where they hear the drum fill in the tweets below ("I've never seen somebody drop a beat three minutes into a song!"), and check out the reactions to their reaction.
Music fans might have been alarmed when Phil Collins was trending on Twitter early this morning. At initially, they caught to a good deal of rap audio, they mentioned, but then someone requested Frank Sinatra's "I have Got You Under My Pores and skin". "Men and women you should not open to stage exterior their ease and comfort zone and just react to new music they do not know". Tim and Fred are visibly stunned, yet thrilled - they start dancing in their chairs, pausing the video clip to swiftly focus on. "We also want to bring people together because there's no color to music". Somebody needs to introduce these brothers to Wayne's World; they're going to lose their minds.
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