Cruise ship plays Seven Nation Army

ROBERT SOROKANICH
Last updated 11:32 13/05/2014
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The MSC Magnifica rocked a slow, loud rendition of Seven Nation Army at the Hamburg Port Anniversary, Germany.

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The 290m long MSC Magnifica isn't just a luxurious, US$550 (NZ$637.90) million cruise ship.

It's the world's first 4500-passenger musical instrument, and it rocked a slow, loooouuud rendition of The White Stripes' "Seven Nation Army" at this weekend's 825th Hamburg Port Anniversary in Germany.

Talk about rocking the boat.

With 300 ships and over a million guests, the Hamburg Port Anniversary looks like a lot of seafaring fun, including two grand parades and a tugboat ballet.

They have been throwing this party since the year 1189 - they clearly have plenty of practice at gettin' down. And with the Magnifica on tunes, you know it was bumpin'.

- Gizmodo

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