In case you've succeeded in getting "Call Me Maybe" out of your head, here's a way of putting it right back in: a new mash-up of Carly Rae Jepsen's smash and – of all things – Nine Inch Nails' "Head Like a Hole." Aptly dubbed "Call Me a Hole," the song was compiled by a producer who goes by pomDeter, and was inspired by a Reddit user who had the two cuts swirling around in his head (under the working title "really bad Friday night"). You can take a listen to the cut above, and download it here when you're inevitably swooped up in all its sugary, angsty alt-rock goodness.This article originally appeared on Rolling Stone: Listen: Carly Rae Jepsen, Nine Inch Nails Mash-Up 'Call Me a Hole'
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