The internet is a strange place. Pretty much, if you can think it up, it exists. Want an unusual version of Journey's biggest hit? YouTube has you covered. Harvard has a percussion group made up of undergrads called HarvardTHUD, who are known for making music using some non-traditional instruments such as plastic cups, chalkboards, and buckets. Posted to the video site last month is a version of "Don't Stop Believin'" played on stadium boomwhackers. The musicians have each of the thundersticks tuned to a different note to make the song come together in a truly unique way.
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