Young upstarts The Beatles get a remix--courtesy of Guido Minisky-- of one of their biggest hits, 'While My Guitar Gently Weeps'. The Beatles original is one of the most covered tracks of theirs, its sonic depth lending itself to remixes from acts as varied as Wu-Tang and the very own Guido Minisky. Minisky labels his remix as 'Playing God with the Legend', and Minisky is in total control here. The song takes an approach not yet heard as it loops the memorable '188.8.131.52' from the songs opening, and layers it over the classic chord progression. The rest of the track is just as bold and fun, from breakdown to chorus. The guitar doesn't weep hear. It claps.