Watch This Collection Of Floppy Drives & Hard Disks Cover ‘Seven Nation Army’
Written by Emmy Mack on 1st August, 2016
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The “computer hardware orchestra” known the ‘The Floppotron’ is slowly but surely becoming more prolific than Frank Zappa.
The frankenstein collection of floppy drives and hard disks has returned with another banger, this time tackling The White Stripes‘ classic Seven Nation Army.
Obviously we’re not implying that the android musical contraption is sentient and actually made a conscious decision to cover Jack White’s band’s breakout hit, that would just be silly *laughs psychotically*.
The man behind the music is actually YouTuber Pawel Zadrozniak, who previously used his invention – packing 64 floppy drives, eight hard disk drives and two scanners – to cover hits such as Darude’s Sandstorm, Nirvana’s Smells Like Teen Spirit and the theme song to Game Of Thrones.
Catch video footage of its latest effort below, and glimpse a terrifying future where human talent is obsolete and machines have replaced us all.