Most of those reading are likely to remember this original song by its place in Kill Bill, conjuring images of blood, gore and awesomeness. Personally, I'll admit that when I started listening, I recognized it instantly but could not tell you who sang it. On the flip side, I know exactly who Nancy Sinatra is. When I put two and two together, I was pleasantly surprised.
But there's a more twisted tale than I had anticipated behind the song: it was originally released by Sonny & Cher in 1966. That means that when Nancy Sinatra covered it that same year, she was decades ahead of the rest of the pack. Was she predicting the remix/cover frenzy of the last ten years? Did she anticipate that her song, too, would be dubstep-ified? I reckon the answer is pretty obvious.
Now that I've put the puzzle together, I can focus on how fantastic this remix is. The man responsible is 22-year-old Emanuel Bender, who tackles films, pop and hip-hop to create electro/dubstep works with upbeat tempos and dance-floor energy.