A Cappella Group Finally Releases 2006 Spring Show Recording

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Photo by Joe Shlabotnik / CC BY 2.0

On Friday, Penn’s premiere alt-jazz indie-hop scat-bop k-pop a cappella group Kite and Off-Key stirred up the campus music scene with the release of the recording of their 2006 spring show, Pluton’t You Wanna Make Some Music With Us.

Hailing from a year that saw both the landmark film Borat and the death of Saddam Hussein, the two hour concert features covers of such hits as Justin Timberlake’s “Sexy Back” and Snow Patrol’s “Chasing Cars.”

Current President of Off-Key, Michael McClelland-Smith, said in a statement “We’re very thankful for Yahoo customer support helping us recover our 12 year old account password. To those who say this recording may have been released too late, given our chaotic political climate we hope that this recording can serve as a time capsule for a more genteel, diplomatic feeling in our country.”

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