If Activision's handling of Kurt Cobain's avatar in Guitar Hero 5 didn't shock you, what with the game allowing the deceased Nirvana frontman to perform and pose along to unlikely songs from Bon Jovi and Bush, perhaps this video will convince you that the company should've taken more care with the artists.

Here, Cobain, legendary country singer Johnny Cash, and Muse's Matthew Bellamy (the only singer in the trio alive to see his likeness mishandled) rap along to Flo Rida's 2007 club hit "Low", extolling the merits of apple bottom jeans and the boots with the fur (with the furrr).

Youtube uploader Thenewnoelison also posted videos of the supergroup performing Village People's "Y.M.C.A." and the Spice Girls' "Wannabe". I wouldn't be too surprised to see Bellamy and Cash's estate join No Doubt in suing Activision for allowing this.

That is, if they they a chance to watch the videos before Activision sends a request for Youtube to take them down.

[Via Superannuation]