Kyoto Tachibana High School Rocks Lady Gaga In 2012 Rose Parade

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We were at the Rose Parade in Pasadena, California on Monday where high school and college marching bands like the one from LAUSD All District High School (pictured above) tackled traditional songs as well as pop covers from Cee Lo Green, Taio Cruz and Lady Gaga.

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We were at the Rose Parade in Pasadena, California on Monday where high school and college marching bands like the one from LAUSD All District High School (pictured above) tackled traditional songs as well as pop covers from Cee Lo Green, Taio Cruz and Lady Gaga.

The University of Oregon's marching band (who won the game later in the day) played Taio Cruz' Dynamite. But Kyoto Tachibana High School, who came all the way from Ktoto-Shi, Kyoto-Fu, Japan, stole the show when they marched towards the center grandstand playing Lady Gaga's Bad Romance. They even paused to do monster claws!

It was a comeback of sorts for the band as well, in addition to their country experiencing the 2011 tsunami, their actual school caught fire this year as well, damaging some of the band's uniforms.

The band participated in the day's Bandfest -- check out Kyoto Tachibana's performance below. Go to the 5:15 mark to see them take on Bad Romance. We sure hope Gaga herself sees it!

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