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Posted at 3:24 PM ET, 02/ 9/2011

♪♫ World Order slow dances its way into my heart

By Melissa Bell

The past two days have been nothing but slow-motion mania on the Interwebs. From slow-motion kittens to slow-motion chipmunks, the world has suddenly presented itself in a mellow ooze. It should have come as no surprise then that the Japanese one-upped the Internet by sending over a slow-motion, synchronized pop band. World Order (not to be confused with New World Order) has been around for a few years now, but a special event by Dell set for Feb. 16 in midtown Tokyo may finally get people in the West to wake up to their amazing-ness.

The lead singer, Genki Sudo, is a retired Japanese mixed martial artist, so the group has all the discipline and precision of Mr. Miyagi, only set to electro-bubble-gum-pop.

Enjoy:

(Via Scott Beale)

By Melissa Bell  | February 9, 2011; 3:24 PM ET
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