The above video/song is by YouTube user bd594 who took a bunch of old-school computer gear to recreate Queen's “Bohemian Rhapsody" by synching the mechanical noises from the hardware’s motors into a damn good recreation of the song. In his description of the video he posted two weeks ago, bd594 wrote:
"This is dedicated to all fans of Queen and hey, let's not forget about Mike Myers and Dana Carvey of Wayne's World. No effects or sampling were used. What you see is what you hear (does that even make sense?). Atari 800XL was used for the lead piano/organ sound, Texas Instruments TI-99/4a as lead guitar, 8 Inch Floppy Disk as Bass, 3.5 inch Harddrive as the gong, HP ScanJet 3C was used for all vocals. Please note I had to record the HP scanner 4 seperate times for each voice. I wanted to buy 4 HP scanners but for some reason sellers on E-Bay expect you to pay $80-$100; I got mine for $30. I keep hearing parts of the song are out of tune. Keep in mind the scanner and floppy drive are not musical instruments. These are mechanical devices whose motors tend to drift and can cause some notes to be out of tune."