By Adam Carlson
January 28, 2013 at 09:44 PM EST
Oprah Winfrey Network

Matthijs Vlot took Lance Armstrong’s sit-down with Oprah and turned it into a “cover” of Radiohead’s “Creep” by supercutting footage from the interview to reconstruct more than a minute of the dissociative anthem, with Winfrey’s mmhmms as a back-beat. Watch the NSFW video below.

There’s quibbling to be done with some of Vlot’s sample choices — to these ears, it sounds like he does a bit of digital squishing to get Armstrong to say “body” and “soul” — and musically, it ranks well below other “Creep” covers.

But as a statement, “I want a perfect body/I want a perfect soul” hasn’t ever had quite this punch.

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