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Watch Surveillance video of Jim Jarmusch, Bradley Cox and Randy Randall tackling Neil Young

Okay, now this is just rad. If you haven't seen this already, here's what you're in for: Jim Jarmusch -- the man responsible for such fine moments in American cinema as Mystery Train, Night On Earth and Dead Man -- accompanying Bradford Cox, that lanky weirdo from Deerhunter and Atlas Sound, and Randy Randall from No Age, on Neil Young's "Cortez the Killer." The clip, was shot in a some non-descript New York hotel room during All Tommorrow's Parties for Pitchfork's Surveillance series.

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