Law geeks will be amused to know that the K in Andrew W K is Krier. Yes, the Krier of Dukemenier & Krier or Michigan Law School fame.
I'd like to see the Jervy Hou/Bri Gonzales team take a crack at this one.(Here's their version of Rebecca Black's "Friday": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Rv1BZcksIc)
Many years ago I was at a property study group at Krier's house, which was exactly the kind of proper, stuffy white colonial that you would expect a law professor to live in. He told us he wanted to play his "very talented" son's music for us because he was so excited about his son's freshly-signed recording contract. I was expecting a concerto, maybe a jaunty sonata. It was...not. It was SO LOUD.
Andrew WK has since released a solo piano album and toured in support of it with a string quartet http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-YP1OZb-yU