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Rockin' 1000 cover "Seven Nation Army" by the White Stripes.

The Rockin' 1000, the Italian project formed last year in a bid to get the Foo Fighters to play their city of Cesena, Italy, are at it again. After charming the world (and the Foos) with their 1,000-member strong cover of "Learn to Fly," two new covers were uploaded over the weekend with the promise of  a full concert coming soon.

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The first was a take on the White Stripes' unlikely sports anthem "Seven Nation Army," complete with a rousing chorus of yelled "whoo ooh oooh"s and handclaps. (Click here to watch the Led Zeppelin-filled finale.)

 

 They also dug into Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" during the show at Orogel Stadium in Cesena.

 

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