The 'Breaking Bad' Theme Song Played on Meth-Lab Equipment? Genius!

Musician Andrew Huang recreates the hit AMC show theme song using materials you would find in a meth lab. No drug kingpins necessary!

If Sunday’s premiere of Breaking Bad didn’t leave you in shock, this might! Musician Andrew Huang took his amazing skills and creatively used equipment from a meth lab to recreate the Breaking Bad theme song. You have to see it to believe it: 

Even if you’re not a fan of the hit AMC show, you have to admit this is pretty impressive! While Andrew does make minimal use of a guitar, according to his YouTube page the rest of the sounds were made with equipment you would find in a meth lab -- a beaker, a frying pan, paper towels -- and minimal effects and speed adjustments to change pitches. No drug kingpins necessary!

Ashley Smalls is an iVillage contributing writer. Find her on Google+.

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