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A Journey Through Rock ‘N’ Roll… In Just Five Minutes!

Ten Second Songs has given the internet ‘A Journey Through Rock ‘N’ Roll’ and it’s absolutely glorious. Check out what 65 classic songs in 5 minutes sounds like right here!

Source: Ten Second Songs

Source: Ten Second Songs

Having already taken parts of the internet by storm with various videos, Anthony Vincent, better known as the Ten Second Songs guy on YouTube, has really managed to step up his game to the next level with his latest video.

For those of you who don’t know, Ten Second Songs is a YouTube channel created by Mr Vincent, where he shows off his musicianship in the form of songs performed in various styles. For example, his videos include an Adele ‘Hello’ cover in 20 different styles and a Katy Perry ‘Dark Horse’ cover in 20 different styles, which has hit almost 20 million views alone. The covers feature small clips of the chosen track in various dedicated styles ranging from N-Sync to Nirvana. 

His latest video, however, really resonates with us. This time, Anthony Vincent has given us ‘A Journey Through Rock ‘N’ Roll’ featuring 65 classic tunes in just FIVE minutes. That’s right… SIXTY-FIVE tracks feature in FIVE minutes! (Whaaaaaaat!?!?!)

Starting with ‘Rock Around The Clock’ by Bill Haley & His Comets, the video explores the most famous tracks through each decade from the 1950s to the present. Featuring Elvis Presley, Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith, Queen, AC/DC, Guns ‘n’ Roses, Foo Fighters, and SO many more, this video is truly an impressive feat.

As well as Anthony Vincent himself, he is also joined by friend and vocal coach Ken Tamplin, and Gabriela Gunčíková, who is representing the Czech Republic at this years Eurovision Song Contest. It’s safe to say, these guys really have some pipes on them. Watch the video below and prepare to be blown away.


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