Okay, so at this point, you've probably heard LMFAO's "Party Rock Anthem" enough times that your body starts spasming in time to the beat the second you hear "Everyday I'm shufflin'."
But if you haven't seen jack o' lantern faces made of Christmas lights sing the song as an entire house's spooky seasonal light display flashes in coordination to the tune, you might want to give it a try.
From the people who brought us the "Thriller," "Sandstorm" and "Monster Mash" Halloween house light shows last year, now come two equally heart-attack-inducing additions. This suburban home in Riverside, CA -- which specializes in extravagant light displays synchronized to music -- is spinning "Party Rock Anthem" and "This Is Halloween" from "The Nightmare Before Christmas" this year, continuing the welcome trend of electro and classic Halloween selections. According to the mastermind's YouTube channel, the light show includes:
4 singing pumpkin faces, tombstones, hand carved pumpkins, strobes, floods and thousands of lights. Most all lights have been changed from incandescent to RGB LED so power consumption is a lot less than previous years.
Though it might not be quite as eerie as the North Korean edition of "Party Rock Anthem," we can't imagine what the driver of the car passing by at about a minute in thought when they saw pumpkins and tombstones flashing wildly all over the lawn. Don't you wish you lived on this street?