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One-man acapella version of Tetris theme by Smooth McGroove

Max Gleason, aka Smooth McGroove, is a former music teacher who quit his job to pursue his lifelong dream, to make a capella covers of popular video game themes. And it looks like he made the right decision.

Aside from a full head of silky, smooth hair, this guy has the talent that is quickly making him a YouTube star.

So far, he already has 441, 217 subscribers and 30, 297, 808 views under his belt. He has covered video game themes such as: The Final Fantasy VII Battle Theme, Pokemon opening theme, Super Mario theme, Sonic the Hedgehog 2 theme, and the one that gets my adrenaline flowing, Guile’s Street Fighter Theme song.

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