Rick Astley vs Nine Inch Nails

Post by Mark

Wow can’t believe how well they go together. Trent Reznor should invite Rick Astley to tour with the band or at least make one appearance. [YouTube]

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  1. curlysue says:

    Yes, I’d rather be stabbed by nine inch nails than listen to *rick Nastily…..

  2. spooner says:

    have we be Rickroll’d NIN style?

  3. Mathai says:

    As strange as the combo might appear they go together so well its fricking awesome ! yeah Trent should invite him for a concert.

  4. cajie says:

    This is definitely a creative combination. I love the original “Never gonna give you up”, but this actually sounds better.

    Shouldn’t the title be “Rick Astley AND Nine Inch Nails”

  5. Grey says:

    Didn’t like it, the Nirvana Vs Rick Astley is way better

  6. Patrick says:

    Nirvana vs. Rick Astley better? I’m not too sure about that, its scary how well these two songs merged together, maybe Trent Reznor is secretly Rick Astley… reborn.

  7. cajie says:

    Here is the page of the guy who created this mashup. You can download this as a mp3 and many more.

  8. Richie says:

    Nirvana > NIN

  9. Patrick says:

    Richie… are you serious? Nirvana is the most over rated band in history. The only reason Nirvana is still popular today is because Cobain killed himself and his wife has a great publicist. The only good thing Nirvana does today is it helps kids cross over to better music as they grow older.

  10. Jeff Gordon says:

    Mashups are SWEET! Check out this website:


    Funny name, but amazing mashups…. :)

  11. bu ziad says:

    this whole rick astley thing is a waste of time!
    patrick, nirvana was popular before cobain killed himself (this is according to the band’s sales figures)

  12. Patrick says:

    Ouch Mark. Seriously? Oh wait, that’s right, you grew up to crappy grunge music :P

  13. Simmy says:

    If you like Ne-Yo and Michael Jackson then this is a great mix:


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