Rivers/Rainn Cover 'One Of Us'

2009-04-11 by PuddleSwimmer | 3 Comments
Rainn Wilson - the actor who plays Dwight Schrute on the comedy series The Office is a very funny, cool guy. He's also a pretty 'mean bongoist'.

Teaming up with the lead singer of Weezer, Rivers Cuomo, the two four-eyed friends record a cover of Joan Osborne's 90's hit, "One Of Us". (What if God was one of us...) The song is made up of Rivers on vocals, Rainn on percussion (bongo) and Joe LoPiccolo on guitar.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zm84NTSW0zg

If you want to go straight to the song, it begins around 4:40

Keep an eye out for more of their music collaborations

Tagged: Rivers Cuomo

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Waior
April 11th 2009
11630 Comments


"No, if you're lame, we'll throw you out."

Pretty mean bongoist. I enjoyed the song.

foreverendeared
April 12th 2009
14677 Comments


Which episode of the office is this?

Phantom
April 12th 2009
8968 Comments


That was cool.



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