Hear Macaulay Culkin’s Pizza-Themed Velvet Underground Tribute Band

(Courtesy of the band)

(Courtesy of the band)

For all those people wondering what Macaulay Culkin has been up to lately, it seems he’s been working on his music. Specifically, pizza-themed renditions of Velvet Undergound songs with his band The Pizza Underground.

The band, which formed in early 2012 and recently played a Lou Reed tribute at New York’s Sidewalk Cafe, has taken a few of the more well known tracks like “Stephanie Says” and made them sound a lot more delicious. That one in particular is now called “Papa John Says,” which is about getting stuck with a mushroom pizza even though you specifically said no mushrooms.

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The Nico led “These Days” has been turned into “Cheese Days,” while “Femme Fatale” has been transformed into “Pizza Gal,” a song about a girl who will eat you out of house and home: “Better hide your slice. She’ll eat it all so you have none. It’s no fun.”

They’ve even given a few of Lou Reed‘s solo tracks the pizza treatment.

Reed’s song “Perfect Day” is now “Pizza Day” while “Walk on the Wild Side”has been turned into “Take a Bite of the Wild Slice,” complete with a mention of Pizza Hut’s cheese-filled crust and a kazoo solo by Macaulay himself.

Listen to their demo below and try not to get hungry.

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