Watch 3OH!3's set from the MTV VMAs

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Okay, if you're like us and were up at Red Rocks for Monolith this past Sunday night watching the Mars Volta confound the audience with its spectacular over indulgence or -- depending upon your perspective -- dazzle the crowd with its awe-worthy musicianship, you missed 3OH!3's thirty second long, blink-and-you-missed-it performance on the VMAs. Good for us, the fine folks at MTV graciously captured the clip in its entirety. If you're not already a card-carrying, dyed-in-the-wool fan of this group, this clip isn't likely to inspire you to become one now.

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