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Seen@GDC: Some weird things happened at Harmonix's Rock Band event

You've already seen the (arguably) most newsworthy video we filmed during Wednesday's Rock Band Bar Night event hosted by Harmonix at GDC. However, our Flip Cam captured a few other magic moments which we'd be remiss if we kept to ourselves. They're not the most news-y videos we've ever posted on our own site, though one of them does feature a preview of the upcoming Lady Gaga DLC. That's gotta be worth something, right?

Watch the whole sideshow after the jump.

Video 1: In which Harmonix's John Drake, Alex Rigopulos and others play Lady Gaga's "Poker Face." Or, rather, the Eric Cartman remix of Lady Gaga's "Poker Face." So, in summation, the Harmonix cover of the Eric Cartman cover of Lady Gaga's "Poker Face."

Video 2: In which the internet's Veronica Belmont slaps a mean bass to Elvis Costello's "Pump it Up." Is it particularly bizarre? No -- but it is solid proof that Veronica Belmont is a dirty, dirty song stealer.

Video 3: In which a man becomes so overwhelmed with emotion while performing No Doubt's "Just a Girl" that he removes his shirt, exposing himself to the audience present at the event, and now, to everyone reading this post. Our suggestion for this gentleman's No Doubt cover band is, of course, No Shame.

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