Roger Daltrey Mash Up of "Paranoid" and Who Are You."

If you ever wondered what Black Sabbath would sound like with The Who's Roger Daltrey on lead vocals, the answer is...still awesome!

Titled "Who? Are You Paranoid" by YouTuber Bill McClintock, this mashup beautifully blends vocals by Daltrey and The Who into the relentless instrumental of Sabbath's "Paranoid."  

While we do miss Ozzy Osbourne on the track a little bit, Daltrey's vocals are surprisingly not jarring at all.

The reworked tune provides a fascinating reimagining of one of heavy metal's most essential tunes "Paranoid," and a renewed appreciation for one of rock's greatest voices Daltrey — and one of the genre's most underrated songwriters Pete Townshend.

Since being uploaded last December, the video has just over 156,000 views, which is frankly low for something this good!

McClintock has several other mashups on his channel, including one of Bangles' "Walk Like an Egyptian" and Slayer's "Angel of Death."

In one of his more ambitious videos, McClintock mashed together Metallica's "Creeping Death," Megadeth's "Holy Wars" and The Who's "Eminence Front" in a video he dubbed "Eminence of Holy Wars and Creeping Death."

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