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Flash Band Rages Against the Machine

Flash Mobs are out, Flash Bands are in!

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The early 2000’s were ripe with something called Flash Mobs. For those of you who blocked this out or were too young to hear about this trend, people would show up to a public place and dance choreography together. It was kind of cool, but the latest version of this is even better.

Sound of Music Flash Mob via YouTube

We now get to experience something a bit more artful. Musicians are now gathering together to jam out and showcase their immense talent, and we are here for this new trend. In Frankfurt, 1,000 musicians gathered together to play “Killing In the Name Of” by Rage Against the Machine. And as you can see from the video below, they killed it.

Killing In The Name – Rage Against The Machine / Rockin’1000 in Frankfurt via YouTube

What an amazingly talented group of people — I know I am not the only one hoping for more epic covers from them. Sound off below and tell us what you think! Which song would you love to see these 1,000 artists cover next?

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