The Grammy Award-winning rock song "Seven Nation Army" has been covered by other bands, mashed up with hip-hop vocals, and used as the soundtrack for celebrations at sporting events across the globe. From nightclubs to workouts, the single has seen its share of diverse applications.
Yet over the weekend, a new rendition of the song became popular thanks to a cruise ship's horns.
The MSC Magnifica sailed into Germany's Port of Hamburg on Friday to mark the harbor's 825th anniversary. To make the ship's presence known, the captain used its horns to play the famous bassline of the ubiquitous track. Although it was a tad slower than the version recorded by the White Stripes and released in 2003, the gathered crowd seemed to enjoy the performance.
The horn-honking cruise ship is also popular online. A video of the musical cruise liner has gotten more than 700,000 views since it was uploaded Saturday.
According to MSC Cruises' website, the ship boasts three swimming pools, fiveRead More »from Cruise Ship Uses Its Horns to Play 'Seven Nation Army'