If you enjoy the lyrical stylings of Miley Cyrus (sample: "To my home girls here with the big butt / Shaking it like we at a strip club") but none of the other racket involved in Bangerz, have faith.
Welcome to the world of YouTube cover songs.
Some very skilled musicians have made Miley's latest singles, "We Can't Stop" and "Wrecking Ball," all but unrecognizable in various remixes, all of which are readily available on YouTube.
Our favorite is this country version of "Wrecking Ball," by The Gregory Brothers.
The Gregory Brothers—Evan, Andrew and Michael—have become Internet famous for auto-tuning the news, but here they "serve up Miley Cyrus' latest single with a Southwest Virginia Flavor."
Another popular cover right now: the Doo-Wop version of "We Can't Stop."
Scott Bradlee created this vintage take on the party anthem, with Robyn Adele Anderson on lead vocals. "After Miley's VMA performance, we decided to try our hand at classing up ‘We Can't Stop,'" they write in the video's description. "50's style, with help from our friends, NYC doo wop group The Tee-Tones."
But there are plenty more (about 485,000 if you believe YouTube).
Below is a sampling of the best of the best, at least in our humble opinion:
The London rockers Bastille put an alt-rock spin on "We Can't Stop" on BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge.
Last but certainly not least, this ukulele cover of "We Can't Stop."
It's performed by 14-year-old Laica Cassidy and would be perfect to sing by the campfire at a chill beach party (which sounds a lot more relaxing than that nightmarish party from the music video, where you can't even finish your drink without Miley twerking on you and spilling it).